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Old 11.08.2011, 18:22
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I tried the poff/pon method on Lion & it doesn't work.

The poff/pon files does not exist in the usr/bin folder. Can I download it from somewhere ?

I am using a PPPOE connection with router in bridged mode. So I only need to reconnect in OSX & not reboot the router.

Please help.
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Old 12.08.2011, 12:58
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Please read the modem reconnect help page.
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Old 16.08.2011, 05:39
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Originally Posted by remi View Post
Please read the modem reconnect help page.
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The tools pon and poff have to be added to /etc/sudoers

sudo su
echo "username ALL=(ALL) NOPASSWD: /usr/bin/pon">>/etc/sudoers
echo "username ALL=(ALL) NOPASSWD: /usr/bin/poff">>/etc/sudoers
As I said earlier, the "poff" & "pon" files do not exist in /usr/bin in Mac OSX Lion.

Anything that can be done to solve this?
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Old 16.08.2011, 11:01
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If pon and poff do not exist you need to install or create them first.

Last edited by remi; 16.08.2011 at 11:08.
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Old 18.08.2011, 05:07
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If pon and poff do not exist you need to install or create them first.
And how do you do that ? While I am new to OSX, I believe that those are some UNIX applications which used to exist in older versions of OSX but isn't present in Lion (and even in SL).

I don't think that I am a programmer enough to create UNIX applications.So the only way to get them is off somewhere else.

I searched Google but there isn't a single place where I can download those files.
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Old 18.08.2011, 12:07
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I've seen the scripts on "**External links are only visible to Support Staff**, but I don't know whether they will work on OSX.
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Old 19.08.2011, 05:00
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I've seen the scripts on "**External links are only visible to Support Staff**, but I don't know whether they will work on OSX.
I tried it but I got an error about bad interpretor. I believe that method would work but with some modifications.
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Old 19.08.2011, 10:43
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I would try to find assistance with those commands/scripts on an OSX forum. This has nothing to do with jD.
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Old 20.08.2011, 07:17
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I would try to find assistance with those commands/scripts on an OSX forum. This has nothing to do with jD.
I agree with you. It seems Apple left out some basic things out of its OS.
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Old 14.02.2012, 12:46
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Has anybody gotten any news? Especially anything that works on lion / with the newest airport extreme firmware?
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Old 10.06.2012, 19:01
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Mac OSX version 10.7.4
JDownloader version 0.9.581
Airport Extreme Base station: DHCP


I am trying to get reconnect to work so that I may download a number of files without having to wait 1+ hours between each download. I followed the steps outlined by efty.edge but it is still not working. Anyone have any advice? Here is what I did. Let me know if I am doing something wrong.

1.Downloaded JavaDisconnect.jar from this thread
2. Moved the file to Users/my name/Documents
3. Changed Reconnect settings:
a. Under command I located the java file under /System/Library /Java/JavaVirtualMachines/1.6.0.jdk/Contents/Home/bin/java
b.under Parameters I typed in
-jar
/Users/my name/Documents/JavaDisconnect.jar
10.0.1.1(I even went into airport utility and tried to use the IP address and router addresslisted there)

*where "my name"=my actual name in real life that the directory is named after



I then restared Jdownloader but I still get the 1 + hour countdown on my downloads.

Last edited by marzh05; 10.06.2012 at 19:11.
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Old 28.10.2013, 21:49
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Great thanks !
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Old 15.02.2014, 18:09
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O.k, i actually have a working solution. This reconnection tool is a little java program i have found in the web. I have modified/rewritten in order to use it with JDownloader. Works like a charm on my Macbook + Airport Express.
Should work with the Extreme and also Time Capsule(confirmed).



The command line should point to your java binary file.
For Leopard OSX: "/Library/Java/Home/bin/java"

The parameters are:
-jar
/Users/admin/airportreset.jar
10.0.1.1

Second line should point to the reconnection tool.
Last line is the IP from the Airport Express.
You can customize both (Path and IP) to your needs.


Link to the file:
**External links are only visible to Support Staff**...

Have fun!

I'll try this and report back if it works on a VPN connection
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Old 15.02.2014, 18:24
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oops, can't see external link.

dumb question: but how to become supporter?

http://board.jdownloader.org/showthr...rnal+supporter

Last edited by bossyman9999; 15.02.2014 at 18:43. Reason: Solved
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Old 15.02.2014, 18:26
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Originally Posted by marzh05 View Post
Mac OSX version 10.7.4
JDownloader version 0.9.581
Airport Extreme Base station: DHCP


I am trying to get reconnect to work so that I may download a number of files without having to wait 1+ hours between each download. I followed the steps outlined by efty.edge but it is still not working. Anyone have any advice? Here is what I did. Let me know if I am doing something wrong.

1.Downloaded JavaDisconnect.jar from this thread
2. Moved the file to Users/my name/Documents
3. Changed Reconnect settings:
a. Under command I located the java file under /System/Library /Java/JavaVirtualMachines/1.6.0.jdk/Contents/Home/bin/java
b.under Parameters I typed in
-jar
/Users/my name/Documents/JavaDisconnect.jar
10.0.1.1(I even went into airport utility and tried to use the IP address and router addresslisted there)

*where "my name"=my actual name in real life that the directory is named after



I then restared Jdownloader but I still get the 1 + hour countdown on my downloads.
Hi, kind of same boat, but could u tell me how you downloaded the JavaDisconnect.jar.

Also would adjusting these settings manually affect other normal functions? Reversible?

Thanks
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