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# 73035 7-Dec-2010 18:15
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I've been using the excellent Netusage Add-on ( http://netusage.iau5.com/ ) for Firefox to monitor Telecom broadband usage for some months, but since Telecom's usage page went down for maintenance last night, this add-on no longer works producing an "ISP Error Occured. 405 Method not allowed (S1)" error despite the official usage site being back up. Seems Telecom have moved the goalposts. Any ideas of a workaround?
Now that the TiVo glitch has been fixed, I'll need to keep a close track of what's happening very soon.




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  # 414176 7-Dec-2010 18:28
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Yeah having the same problem, i think Telecom have moved the usage meter page.
The guy is currently busy making a chrome version but i just tweeted him so hopefully he puts a fix out.
In the meantime does anyone know of a replacement meter which does a similar job?

Or is their anyway to edit the add on, as i think it is onyl the url that is broken?

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  # 414189 7-Dec-2010 19:02
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TUC is having the exact same issue Frown Giving a "No data received" error.

Edit: the latest beta of TUC released this morning fixes the problem Laughing

 
 
 
 


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  # 414196 7-Dec-2010 19:20
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The consume app for iphone is having the same problem as well checking telecom broadband usage.
It just says update failed..

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  # 414202 7-Dec-2010 19:27
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7/12/2010 7:24:29 p.m. Downloaded: 0.00MB Uploaded: 0.00MB Total: 0.00MB -- 0.00%. 81,920.00MB remaining.

Thats a great program TUC, just installed it.
But once they fix the TiVo bug i'll be able to see what I'm using ;-)

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  # 414203 7-Dec-2010 19:27
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Thanks kingjj. I never knew that meter existed. Very useful.
The one i was using was kind of generic - not gettnig the results direct from the ISP but just monitoring how much comes and goes. Be useful to have them both going.

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  # 414212 7-Dec-2010 19:40
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i'm with orcon, and a while ago netusageitem stopped working for me. the author has on his webpage instructions about how to roll your own isp file.

it's not too difficult - a bit of mucking around with zip files and regular expressions.

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  # 414214 7-Dec-2010 19:43
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TUC won't keep running for me, it worked once then crashed, now it won't start even after a reboot.
I'm using windows 7

 
 
 
 


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  # 414231 7-Dec-2010 20:20
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Tuc works well for me and I on win 7 never misses a beat

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  # 414237 7-Dec-2010 20:29
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I just changed how it ran,
Its in windows XP service pack 3 compatibilty mode and its working ok now..

It mustn't like my win 7

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  # 414475 8-Dec-2010 10:07
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cafeg: I just changed how it ran,
Its in windows XP service pack 3 compatibilty mode and its working ok now..

It mustn't like my win 7


Do post in the TUC forums about your issue, the developer is really good at fixing problems with his software.

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  # 415214 9-Dec-2010 19:18
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Hi guys,
Im not the dev, but found the solution! (yay firstpost)


Close Firefox before attempting!!!!

 Go to C:\Users\{USERNAME}\AppData\Roaming\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles\7dkwuohz.default\extensions\{1F37EAD1-CB6E-497b-8C90-3AF2647547D2}\chrome
You will see a file called netusageisps.jar.
Next, Use Winrar or Winzip to extract it., a file called isps_nz.js should come up.
Open isps_nz.js with your favourite text editor, it could be notepad, dreamweaver, or something else, it doesn't matter.

Search for this line : https://www.telecom.co.nz/xtralogin.fcc SMENC=ISO-8859-1&SMLOCALE=US-EN&USER={USERNAME}&PASSWORD={PASSWORD}&target=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.telecom.co.nz%2Fjetstreamum%2FxtraSum&smauthreason=0




Thats the old code, replace the code with https://login1.telecom.co.nz/distauth/ZeroPageLogin.jsp?goto=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.telecom.co.nz%2Fjetstreamum%2FxtraSum%3Flink%3Drdt&password={PASSWORD}&realm=XtraUsers&username={USERNAME}&x=12&y=10

Save the file, and compress it back into the original file. (drag into the .jar in Winrar)
Start Firefox and check the usage meter! It should be working again!

I Hope you like this, I found the new values when I checked the connections in Firebug.
P.S: emailed the dev to add it into the ISP addons

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  # 415277 9-Dec-2010 21:46
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Thankyou Sir!

Worked for me... I had gotten as far as getting the js file open and trying to derive the correct URL to put back in but I thought I'd come here one last time and see what other software had fixed the problem - assuming there might be a readable file in one of those apps I could copy - but you had the info I needed right here.

Cheers.

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  # 415281 9-Dec-2010 21:50
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Talkiet: Thankyou Sir!

Worked for me... I had gotten as far as getting the js file open and trying to derive the correct URL to put back in but I thought I'd come here one last time and see what other software had fixed the problem - assuming there might be a readable file in one of those apps I could copy - but you had the info I needed right here.

Cheers.

Neil G


I've got even greater news for you!!
I found the actual values!!!!


Search for this line : 'USAGEPAGE',
            'POST https://www.telecom.co.nz/xtralogin.fcc SMENC=ISO-8859-1&SMLOCALE=US-EN&USER={USERNAME}&PASSWORD={PASSWORD}&target=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.telecom.co.nz%2Fjetstreamum%2FxtraSum&smauthreason=0',

Change the telecom code to:


            'USAGEPAGE',
'POST https://login1.telecom.co.nz/distauth/UI/Login? IDButton=Submit&IDToken0=&IDToken1={USERNAME}&IDToken2={PASSWORD}&SunQueryParamsString=cmVhbG09WHRyYVVzZXJzJg%3D%3D&encoded=true&goto=aHR0cHM6Ly93d3cudGVsZWNvbS5jby5uejo0NDMvamV0c3RyZWFtdW0veHRyYVN1bT9saW5rPXJkdA%3D%3D&gotoOnFail=&gx_charset=UTF-8',
            'REFRESHREDIRECT',

I messed up the one earlier as it occasionally 404s

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  # 415315 9-Dec-2010 22:50
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timmychan:
Talkiet: Thankyou Sir!

Worked for me... I had gotten as far as getting the js file open and trying to derive the correct URL to put back in but I thought I'd come here one last time and see what other software had fixed the problem - assuming there might be a readable file in one of those apps I could copy - but you had the info I needed right here.

Cheers.

Neil G


I've got even greater news for you!!
I found the actual values!!!!


Search for this line : 'USAGEPAGE',
            'POST https://www.telecom.co.nz/xtralogin.fcc SMENC=ISO-8859-1&SMLOCALE=US-EN&USER={USERNAME}&PASSWORD={PASSWORD}&target=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.telecom.co.nz%2Fjetstreamum%2FxtraSum&smauthreason=0',

Change the telecom code to:


            'USAGEPAGE',
'POST https://login1.telecom.co.nz/distauth/UI/Login? IDButton=Submit&IDToken0=&IDToken1={USERNAME}&IDToken2={PASSWORD}&SunQueryParamsString=cmVhbG09WHRyYVVzZXJzJg%3D%3D&encoded=true&goto=aHR0cHM6Ly93d3cudGVsZWNvbS5jby5uejo0NDMvamV0c3RyZWFtdW0veHRyYVN1bT9saW5rPXJkdA%3D%3D&gotoOnFail=&gx_charset=UTF-8',
            'REFRESHREDIRECT',

I messed up the one earlier as it occasionally 404s



Works a charm - thank you very much :)

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