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BtWiFi_with_FON automatic login written as a bash script. I have this running every 10 minutes on my raspberry pi
#!/bin/bash
# CONF
DBG=true
RELOG_UNAME=your@email.com
RELOG_PASSW=xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
# END CONF
IS_LOGGED_IN=$(wget "https://www.btopenzone.com:8443/home" --timeout 30 -O - 2>/dev/null | grep "accountLogoff")
if [ "$IS_LOGGED_IN" ]
then
[[ $DBG ]] && echo "currently logged in. Nothing to do.."
else
[[ $DBG ]] && echo "It's not logged in.. Will log in!"
OUT=$(wget -qO- --post-data "USERNAME=$RELOG_UNAME&PASSWORD=$RELOG_PASSW" "https://btwifi.portal.fon.com/remote?res=hsp-login&HSPNAME=FonBT%3AGB&WISPURL=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.btopenzone.com%3A8443%2FfonLogon&WISPURLHOME=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.btopenzone.com%3A8443&VNPNAME=FonBT%3AGB&LOCATIONNAME=FonBT%3AGB")
ONLINE=$(echo $OUT | grep youre_online )
if [ "$ONLINE" ]
then
[[ $DBG ]] && echo "You're online!"
else
[[ $DBG ]] && echo "Could not login :("
fi
fi
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aidanmacgregor commented Jun 13, 2022

Needs at least .net 4.6, this is included & should run on all windows 10 & 11 automatically, i targeted .net 4.6 as its compatible as far back as windows vista after manually installing it on older OS :)

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Needs at least .net 4.6, this is included & should run on all windows 10 & 11 automatically, i targeted .net 4.6 as its compatible as far back as windows vista after manually installing it on older OS :)

Well, that's odd... I ran the .NET 4.6 updater and apparently I already have 4.7.2. "Repaired" that but it still won't run. Says I need to check whether I need x32 or x64 (I assume it's an x64 exe). Gah!

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not entirely sure will try targeting 32 bit specifically, current timings are coded as follows,
IF NO INTERNET = ping (500ms timeout), wait (500ms), Ping (500ms Timeout), Run Selected Login
IF INTERNET Ping (Timeout Not Relevant), Wait (1000ms), Loop Back To Ping

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not entirely sure will try targeting 32 bit specifically, current timings are coded as follows, IF NO INTERNET = ping (500ms timeout), wait (500ms), Ping (500ms Timeout), Run Selected Login IF INTERNET Ping (Timeout Not Relevant), Wait (1000ms), Loop Back To Ping

I don't think anyone still uses 32-bit, do they? Not sure why mine (x64) won't run it, to be honest, but then I haven't reformatted and reinstalled for years (used to do it every 6 months) so Windows has probably accumulated a whole load of icky stuff that gets in the way...
The timing thing: I meant between checks, sorry. I have my current batch going every 2 minutes or so, which can give a fair bit of downtime if the network's rubbish but avoids getting things piled up with constant checks!

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aidanmacgregor commented Jun 13, 2022

not entirely sure will try targeting 32 bit specifically, current timings are coded as follows, IF NO INTERNET = ping (500ms timeout), wait (500ms), Ping (500ms Timeout), Run Selected Login IF INTERNET Ping (Timeout Not Relevant), Wait (1000ms), Loop Back To Ping

I don't think anyone still uses 32-bit, do they? Not sure why mine (x64) won't run it, to be honest, but then I haven't reformatted and reinstalled for years (used to do it every 6 months) so Windows has probably accumulated a whole load of icky stuff that gets in the way... The timing thing: I meant between checks, sorry. I have my current batch going every 2 minutes or so, which can give a fair bit of downtime if the network's rubbish but avoids getting things piled up with constant checks!

ahh its set to loop so if first test passes waits 1 second and runs the same single packet ping again :)

EDIT: v4 Windows Exe Now Available
https://github.com/aidanmacgregor/BT_Wi-fi_Autologin_-_OpenWrt_Windows.EXE_Linux_Chrome-OS_Android-Macrodroid

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@aidanmacgregor also now using your script (OpenWRT service). Nice work, thank you! Though I swapped the config over to /etc/btwifi.conf since I'm not sure what owns rc.local on OpenWRT.

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@aidanmacgregor also now using your script (OpenWRT service). Nice work, thank you! Though I swapped the config over to /etc/btwifi.conf since I'm not sure what owns rc.local on OpenWRT.

Hey Awesome! Glad its Working Well For You, and i was under impression nothing touched it besides from the user :)

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