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iw2evk(R)

Magenta (Italy),
29.09.2013, 14:00
 

impossible setting router with DOS (Users)

Hi,

someone have try to configure dsl router via DOS browser?
On my Pirelli router with linux (seamonkey) there is the configuration screen via 192.168.1.1 , with same adress on dos (links or dillo) a grey page appears , also on textual mode.

It's anothers stupid javascr*** trick?

P.s. as reported from Andrea , it's impossible the login on BTTR site with
Links (for R.R. : can you modify login for make it dos -friendly?)

Roberto

glennmcc(R)

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North Jackson, Ohio (USA),
29.09.2013, 17:14

@ iw2evk

impossible setting router with DOS

> Hi,
>
> someone have try to configure dsl router via DOS browser?
> On my Pirelli router with linux (seamonkey) there is the configuration
> screen via 192.168.1.1 , with same adress on dos (links or dillo) a grey
> page appears , also on textual mode.
>
> It's anothers stupid javascr*** trick?
>
> P.s. as reported from Andrea , it's impossible the login on BTTR site with
>
> Links (for R.R. : can you modify login for make it dos -friendly?)
>
> Roberto


I have the same problem here with my router... Javascript is _required_ :((

As to login here....

No problem what-so-ever with _any_ browser.

Just create and save a link in your hotlist which includes
your username/password right in the URL _and_ be sure that cookies are
enabled in your browser. (no cookie == no login)

http://www.bttr-software.de/forum/login.php?username=********&userpw=*********

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iw2evk(R)

Magenta (Italy),
29.09.2013, 20:36

@ glennmcc

impossible setting router with DOS

> > Hi,
> >
> > someone have try to configure dsl router via DOS browser?
> > On my Pirelli router with linux (seamonkey) there is the configuration
> > screen via 192.168.1.1 , with same adress on dos (links or dillo) a grey
> > page appears , also on textual mode.
> >
> > It's anothers stupid javascr*** trick?
> >
> > P.s. as reported from Andrea , it's impossible the login on BTTR site
HI,
i've saved in bookmark the link with pass and user and seem working also WITHOUT Cookies

Thanks

Roberto

iw2evk(R)

Magenta (Italy),
29.11.2013, 20:39

@ glennmcc

impossible setting router with DOS

Hi all,

with new links 2.8 js from David now on 192.168.1.1 i can view a page with the status of connection and more info (release, serial number etc).
Unfortunly the menu not appear ( i suspect a lacks of js interpreter)

Anymore it's best v.s. others dos browsers.

Roberto

xChris(R)

Birmingham, UK,
18.12.2013, 22:07

@ iw2evk

impossible setting router with DOS

> Hi all,
>
> with new links 2.8 js from David now on 192.168.1.1 i can view a page with
> the status of connection and more info (release, serial number etc).
> Unfortunly the menu not appear ( i suspect a lacks of js interpreter)
>
> Anymore it's best v.s. others dos browsers.
>
> Roberto

I did not try this via DOS, but I know that the links should be compiled with an option to include or not support for Javascript. I had this problem on some Linux shells...

Chris

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