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Ultimate Geek
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Topic # 86782 13-Jul-2011 15:56
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Hi,

Is anyone able to point me to the right direction (an example would be fantastic) for a simple script that can connect to (example):

https://login1.telecom.co.nz/distauth/ZeroPageLogin.jsp

It will send my username/password and save the page (after all redirects) to a file. I can parse it from there but I have limited perl/php knowledge that can allow me to send variables via https and also to save the page locally.

Thanks.

 
 

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  Reply # 492946 13-Jul-2011 16:22
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This:

http://nz.php.net/manual/en/book.curl.php

should do everything you need.



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  Reply # 501585 3-Aug-2011 19:42
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Hello.

Have tried curl and wget but without success.

For example:

curl "https://login.telecom.co.nz/amdistauth/UI/Login?IDToken1=my_phone_number&IDToken2=password"
returns a html page with an error Failed to create new Authentication Context

If I try on the broadband usage page:

curl "https://login1.telecom.co.nz/distauth/ZeroPageLogin.jsp?username=username&password=password" I just get an empty page.

My assumption would be that it's not following redirects or accepting cookies properly. Any hints would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks.


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