Robin Clarke
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NAME

WebService::FritzBox

DESCRIPTION

Interact with FritzBox devices

ATTRIBUTES

password

Required.

host

Optional. Default: fritz.box

use_https

Optional. Default: 0

user_agent

Optional. A new LWP::UserAgent will be created for you if you don't already have one you'd like to reuse.

loglevel

Optional.

METHODS

init

Create the user agent log in (get a sid).

get

Get some path from the FritzBox. e.g.

  my $response = $fb->get( path => '/internet/inetstat_monitor.lua?useajax=1&xhr=1&action=get_graphic' ); 

Returns the HTTP::Response object

post

POST some path from the FritzBox. e.g.

  my $response = $fb->post( path => '/system/syslog.lua?delete=1' ); 

Returns the HTTP::Response object

bandwidth

A wrapper around the /inetstat_monitor endpoint which responds with a normalised hash. The monitor web page on the fritz.box refreshes every 5 seconds, and it seems there is a new value every 5 seconds... 5 seconds is probably a reasonable lowest request interval for this method.

Example response:

    ---
    available:
      downstream: 11404000
      upstream: 2593000
    current:
      downstream:
        internet: 303752
        media: 0
        total: 303752
      upstream:
        default: 33832
        high: 22640
        low: 0
        realtime: 1600
        total: 58072
    max:
      downstream: 342241935
      upstream: 655811

The section current represents the current (last 5 seconds) bandwith consumption. The value current.downstream.total is the sum of the media and internet fields The value current.upstream.total is the sum of the respective default, high, low and realtime fields The section available is the available bandwidth as reported by the DSL modem. The section max represents

COPYRIGHT

Copyright 2015, Robin Clarke

AUTHOR

Robin Clarke <robin@robinclarke.net>