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How to run script when connecting to particular network?


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On my university network I have to first connect with DHCP and then log in via a web form. I can easily write a shell script to do the web form login (just one call to curl(1) really). However, I can't figure out how to run this, or an AppleScript, or anything, automatically when I connect to this particular network.
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The closest thing I know to changing things when connecting to a particular network is NetworkLocation,
Download NetworkLocation for Mac - Easy way to change network locations. MacUpdate Mac Software Downloads

Found some others too, one of em is free.
Download AirPort Location for Mac - Save Mac setting configurations for various locations. MacUpdate Mac Software Downloads
Download Locations Pro for Mac - Network aware locations prefpane. MacUpdate Mac Software Downloads

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