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Topic # 150096 11-Jul-2014 07:58
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I have a fusion plan in a holiday home and the guests want to know their usage.

Is there a way that they can do this without me providing my account details?

Or do I have to write my own gateway application?

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  Reply # 1086898 11-Jul-2014 08:17
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Hi gchiu,

If they visit https://www.xport.co.nz/ from the IP address of that connection, you should be able to see the usage below the login screen like this :




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  Reply # 1086899 11-Jul-2014 08:19
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Ah, well I didn't know that!

Thanks.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1087649 12-Jul-2014 11:31
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I have written a script that logins to the WxC portal and displays the usage data in full for the current month.

See my github repo

Works for me on my desktop, and as CGI

A Rebol3 linux binary with https can be downloaded from http://giuliolunati.altervista.org/Rebol3/r3-linux

Current mainline builds at http://www.rebolsource.net have not incorporated https yet.

Even though it displays all the WxC links, it can't be used to do anything else since the person who sees the data in the browser still needs to have your credentials.

No warranties.




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  Reply # 1087668 12-Jul-2014 12:38
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If you want to see phone usage instead, then at line 46 change

broadband-data: to string! write rejoin [ redirect "/services/internet/broadband/" user "/" ] compose/deep [ GET [ cookie: (session-cookie) "/" ]]

to

broadband-data: to string! write rejoin [ redirect "reports/callrecords/?per_page=120&phone_no=0nnnnnnn" ] compose/deep [ GET [ cookie: (session-cookie) "/" ]]  

where 0nnnnnnn is your phone number

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