A python package to interact with different routers
This project aims at providing a python package to interact with different routers.
Import the required class from the
fastgate_dn8245f2.pyfor the Fastgate Huawei DN8245f2
technicolor_tg789vacv2.pyfor the Technicolor TG789vac v2
tplink_m7000.pyfor the TP-Link M7000
The constructor needs the following parameters
host: the hostname (or IP address) of the router
user: the username to log in the router
password: the password to log in the router
Then you can get relevant information with:
listDevices(): get the list of connected devices
getSmsList(): get the list of SMS present on the device
The functions automatically issue a login request if necessary.
Not all functions are supported by all devices. See table below for supported functions:
|Fastgate Huawei DN8245f2||X|
|Technicolor TG789vac v2||X|
Saving and restoring sessions
It is possible to export the sessions to later restore them; this can be used to avoid having to login every time.
To do this, you can export the current status through
which returns a string (base64 encoded JSON dict) that can be saved. The
restoreSessionStatus function restores the status from that string.
At present the package was tested with the following routers firmwares
- Fastgate Huawei DN8245f2 - software 1.0.1b
- Technicolor TG789vac v2 - software 16.3.7636
- TP-Link M7000 - software 1.0.10 Build 211230 Rel.1026n
Here are some additional notes for developing the library (not just using it).
README.md: This file
README.md.license: License information for this file
pyproject.toml: Configuration file for build environment
setup.py: Fallback file for editable installs
Makefile: Makefile to help running development scripts
- src/routerscraper: Folder with the scraping package
basescraper.py: Contains the base class implementation
requestscraper.py: Contains the base class for scrapers using requests
seleniumscraper.py: Contains the base class for scrapers using Selenium
dataTypes.py: Module to group data types used in the functions
fastgate_dn8245f2.py: Contains the implementation for the Fastgate Huawei DN8245f2
technicolor_tg789vacv2.py: Contains the implementation for the Technicolor TG789vac v2
tplink_m7000.py: Contains the implementation for the TP-Link M7000
- tests: Folder with the unit tests. Each test file in this folder
implements tests linked to the corresponding file in the
routerscraper folder; if necessary, helper files group
functions needed by the corresponding test file. files_*
folder contains files needed by the test files.
helpers_common.pyimplements some classes useful for all the tests.
- examples: Folder with example code
fastgate_dn8245f2.py: Contains an example implementation for the Fastgate Huawei DN8245f2
technicolor_tg789vacv2.py: Contains an example implementation for the Technicolor TG789vac v2
tplink_m7000.py: Contains an example implementation for the TP-Link M7000
- LICENSES: Folder with the licenses statements
All example scripts behave in the same way. They will connect to the router and print the list of connected devices (or the received SMS, in the case of the TP-Link).
Call the script with three parameters:
- URL of the router
For development purposes there is a Makefile to automate the different actions.
The available targets are:
- all: Build the package (equal to make dist); this is the goal (i.e. target executed when calling make without targets)
- clean: Clean the project (removing all the .pyc files)
- dist: Build the package (both .tar.gz and .whl archives)
- deploy: Upload the package on PyPI
- .venv/bin/activate: Target to create the virtual environment
- create_venv: Easier to remember PHONY to create the virtual environment
- clean_venv: Remove the virtual environment
- code_review: Run the commands to review the code (flake8 and reuse)
- tests: Run the tests on the library
- release-tests: Execute all the checks for a release; this target is automatically executed by the other release- targets.
- release-major: Release the current version bumping the major index. This target needs that the GIT has no uncommitted changes and must be run from the main branch only.
- release-minor: Release the current version bumping the minor index. This target needs that the GIT has no uncommitted changes and must be run from the main branch only.
- release-patch: Release the current version bumping the patch index. This target needs that the GIT has no uncommitted changes and must be run from the main branch only.
- check-git-clean: Helper recipe that tests if GIT repo is clean
- check-git-on-main: Helper recipe that tests if GIT repo is on main branch
Note: bold targets are PHONY, italic ones are files.
All the operations will happen in a virtual environment. The virtual environment folder is set in environment variable VENV, which defaults to .venv.
NOTE: if you change the prerequisites in the pyproject.toml, remember to run
make clean_venv to recreate the virtual environment with the new data.
In order to release a new version, everything shall be already committed to the GIT repo (since the process requires a clean GIT repo); in addition, the repo shall be on main branch. If this is not true, the process will fail.
After having committed the last modifications, issue the following commands:
make clean make release-XXX
The release target shall be
according to which part of the software version shall be increased.
If everything is correct, run
make deploy to upload the files to PyPI.
Setup the repository
Clone the repository from email@example.com:fra87/RouterScraper.git
Download the file for your platform. If you're not sure which to choose, learn more about installing packages.
Hashes for routerscraper-0.3.1-py3-none-any.whl