- 2511 configuration file
This script is not needed with our 2511 configuration file, but it still works with it. Note it allows for the odd times when the 2511 does not give the username prompt. In these cases the script must send a carriage return to wake the 2511 up.
If you want to use this script, copy the script below to notepad and
save the file as LOGIN.SCP in the
c:/Program Files/Accessories/ directory. You can then browes for it from the dial-up connection Properties Scripting tab, (use a right click on the dialup connection to get to the Properties).
; ; A script file must have a 'main' procedure. ; All script execution starts with this 'main' ; procedure. ; ; Main entry point to script ; proc main ; Change these variables to customize for your ; specific Internet service provider ; This is the login prompt and timeout values string szLogin = "sername:" integer nLoginTimeout = 15 ; This is the password prompt and timeout values string szPW = "assword:" integer nPWTimeout = 15 ; ----------------------------------------------------- set screen keyboard off ; Wait for the login prompt before entering ; the user ID, timeout after x seconds waitfor szLogin then DoLogin until nLoginTimeout ; send enter and try again transmit "^M" waitfor szLogin then DoLogin until nLoginTimeout goto BailOut DoLogin: ; Enter user ID transmit $USERID, raw transmit "^M" ; Wait for the password prompt waitfor szPW until nPWTimeout if FALSE == $SUCCESS then goto BailOut endif ; Send the password transmit $PASSWORD, raw transmit "^M" goto Done BailOut: ; Something isn't responding. Halt the script ; and let the user handle it manually. set screen keyboard on halt Done: endproc
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