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    resetting router with teminal?


    What would be really great is if there is a terminal way to log into a router and reset it.

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    It depends on the router. Some allow logging on with telnet.
    Look in your router's manual.

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    Hi!

    I'm not sure about access by terminal but maybe you can try to type 192.168.1.1 on your URL box and you might be able to access your router from there.
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    I am guessing a command line way to reset modem would be easier to automate than web based. when ever 4 ping fails.

    I am trying to find a linux macro program remotely as good as autohotkey. since my machine is 24 hour slave for me with scripts I wrote, doing anything you can think of.

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