> -----Original Message-----
> From: ext Adam Nellemann [mailto:adam at nellemann dot nu]
> Sent: 04 March, 2004 06:54
> Finally I have one other suggestion, which is perhaps a bit
> off topic,
> since it isn't related to the webGUI (not strictly anyway):
> Some of you may remember my suggestion for some way of interfacing
> with m0n0wall without going through the GUI. This would be to allow
> people (such as I) to produce various binary "clients" capable of
> interacting with m0n0wall (such as for monitoring or time-based rule
> changes etc.)
How about writing something in Perl?
I have only briefly played with the LWP package (and i am a real beginner in Perl Hacking), but it
did what i needed in a few lines.
Only downside i can see is if Manuel changes the HTML that is produced (so that your parseing code
In *Concept* this is similar to the Yahoo/Hotmail etc downloaders that are out there.
Some open source projects that might have code you can gain inspiration from.
the reason for suggesting this is that m0n0 stays Clean/Simple/Good.
This complex stuff runs on another machine which connects to m0n0 to perform the work, via the nice
Standard port 80/443 provided pages, so there is only ONE place where paramters are altered (well
baring hacking the XML file :)
just some thoughts