June 24th, 2012, 07:32 PM
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Thank you very much, dvhttn.
I have the same Terminal Emulator, I am rooted (no ROM, just rooted for permissions and to get rid of the bloatware from my provider), and busybox is installed. This is why I came here to ask because either I'm doing something wrong or I need to chmod permissions somewhere (maybe???), or something isn't installed correctly or...I don't know...something's not right.
I have tried these commands as you suggested in Terminal Emulator:
Result: Nothing. It just returns the command.
Result: Same. I'm not getting anything out of it.
So....what the heck?? What could be my issue? Any ideas? Perhaps I should re-install.
I know that busybox is installed because the installer claims it was successful and when I type busybox in the terminal it results the commands available, as it's said that it should. I have not tried much other then what I'm attempting to do with this question which is basically finding the IP to router control panels (because they're not default) at my work place because I've been asked by upper management NOT to reset them to default...to 'figure out a way in to them'...so to appease the boss' wishes I would like to do all I can to get in to them to change settings as they want before I have to tell them that I apologize but they have to be reset.
If the routers and access points were connected to a computer, right! This would be easy. But the routers are connected to a switch so DOS'ing an ipconfig command only reports the local IP address of the work station I'm at. But then when I go out to the plant my droid picks up all the routers installed in the rafters. LOL!!
netstat doesn't even find them. I've tried that too.
Whoever set this up knew what they were doing security wise which is a good thing for the company...but a nightmare for me being the new IT guy and having no contact with the former IT and network illiterate bosses. If I can't get this to work on my droid, which would be very cool and interesting aside from being much easier then carting a laptop around the plant... I guess I'll just have to do it by carrying a laptop around and DOS'ing an ipconfig when it finds a new access point.