Check Actiontec Q1000 Modem Speed v3 (Size: 399.35 KB)
these scripts are written for the Qwest/Actiontec Q1000 Wireless-N VDSL Modem Router.
they obtain info from "modemstatus_home.html" and run "rebootinfo.html" if necessary.
the check modem speed vbs file will change the console font, size and color settings, then
return the console to default settings when it closes. if a browser is open that is accessed
by the same process as the 'reboot modem' script, the browser will be closed. there are
three folders created by the 'install check modem speed' batch file which contain reboot
modem script for either google chrome, internet explorer or firefox. the default browser
installed to reboot the Q1000 modem is internet explorer. simply copy another browser
version reboot script into the main folder to change the browser used when the modem is
an 'Add Context Menu' script is included, it will add Directory and Library Folder context
menus for 'check modem speed', and the included icon.
the 'install check modem speed v3' batch file will create five files: 'check modem speed.vbs',
'xmlhttp script.bat', 'reboot modem.vbs', 'Add Context Menu runasadmin.bat' and 'modem speed readme'
if it is missing. the created scripts create two more files: 'xmlhttp.tmp' and 'stream %mnth%%yr%.log'.
the modem files will check the Q1000 stream rate, display downstream and upstream in a console
window for five seconds, and save the info with time and date to the log file. if the speed is
less than 600kbps, the batch file will save stream rates to the log file, display stream rates
and run the 'reboot modem' vbs file. the processes are silent or minimized, the only window to appear
is console with the current modem downstream and upstream.
the 'xmlhttp script' batch file can be edited to adjust the check rate kbps.
windows 7 task scheduler will run the 'check modem speed' at any created schedule. the created
'schedule tasks' folder contains a batch file which will install saved xml schedule tasks. in schedule tasks,
right click any created schedule task and select 'export...', save schedule task as xml file. the batch
file will install all xml schedule tasks in current directory.
notepad++ is a useful script editor, it displays line numbers and highlights syntax.
|| Q1000 Modem Speed ||
|| v3 ||
|| by 1n0n1m0s ||
|| june 2012 ||