That's very good idea!!I have never held a blackberry in my hands They are not very popular outside US. The best we could do is make a web interface for mobile devices.
Well there is about 60-70 million running iPhone/iPod operatingsystem...Yes android will be future mobile OS. But it could be great to do it for linux running on arm cpu based systems, phones, MIDs....Or is any way to run winbox on linux running on arm based CPUs?
The new RouterOS 5 beta has a new webinterface...Has any progress been made on this? My preference is a better web-based control program. I use ssh to control my system, but my new assistant is not as ssh literate as I am. And the current web interface on V3.30 is inadequate. Winbox is far superior to that interface.
I have a pair of Blackberries with Rove Mobile SSH (just found this!), and I now use mine to control my test router. When I am satisfied with the security, I will use it to control all my routers. It does support port-knocking, which is a basic requirement for my security.
Thanks! Have you used it? How close to Winbox is it? The old web interface had no access to the hospot section. How about this new beta version?The new RouterOS 5 beta has a new webinterface...
Yes, i did try it, and i look's alot like winbox. Can't tell you about the hotspot, since i don't have it installed...Thanks! Have you used it? How close to Winbox is it? The old web interface had no access to the hospot section. How about this new beta version?The new RouterOS 5 beta has a new webinterface...
Not yet. I've got about a dozen sections working. And I have a company to run at the same time.Is this available for public consumption yet?
Hi surfertim, I'm happy to hear that you are develop winbox application for blackberry, I'm interesting to be beta tester or even developer Thank you so much Tim! We glad to know this!After I saw the new web interface, I almost gave up on this. Almost. Now that I see the display, and the custom screens I can develop. I am glad I didn't. I attached a couple of screenshots of the simulator (easier than taking pics of the phone). Notice the menu is not cluttering the screen unless you press the Menu button.
The communication with the RouterBoard was a little trick, but once I figured it out, it is a talkative little thing! My new assistant should be pleased that the CLI is no longer required.
The only drawback about BlackBerry programming is the code keys required from RIM to use the MD5 routine in the phone. Makes it a not-so-easy and a "not free" install on the phone.
I am no longer chained to my laptop and a hotspot connection. No longer will I be subject to leaving a good meal at a restaurant to get to a computer on a weekend night. I can do all right from my table. Yippeee! I'm FREE!!
ADD: Not all functions work. I complete them as I need them. But my "Big Three" are already working!