Setup your Fritz!Box from the command line. Or just use it as an API in your node project.
Warning Use this software at your own risk.
Running it in the command line
First of all, install it:
npm install node-fritzbox
Then, just use it. At the moment it is possible to:
- Obtain external IP address
- List devices (connected and disconnected)
- Get device info
- Send WOL packet to device
- List port-forwarding rules
- Enable / disable port-forwarding rules
Obtain external IP address
node-fritzbox online ip
Current online IP: XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX
node-fritzbox devices list
[*] landevice3807 - Laptop (LAN 1 mit 1 Gbit/s) IP: 192.168.1.2 MAC: AA:AA:AA:AA:AA:AA [*] landevice3814 - Desktop (LAN 1 mit 1 Gbit/s) IP: 192.168.1.3 MAC: BB:BB:BB:BB:BB:BB [*] landevice3802 - Mobile-Phone-1 (WLAN) IP: 192.168.1.4 MAC: CC:CC:CC:CC:CC:CC [*] landevice3815 - Wireless-Speaker (WLAN) IP: 192.168.1.5 MAC: DD:DD:DD:DD:DD:DD [ ] landevice3806 - Other-Laptop [ ] landevice3818 - Mobile-Phone-2 (WLAN)
[*] landeviceXXXX - Name (Connection) IP: ... MAC: ...:
[*]means active and
[ ]means inactive/not connected
landeviceXXXXis the device id
Nameis the device name (defined by the device)
Connectionis the connection information
Get device info
node-fritzbox devices info device_id
Device: Laptop Static address: off Child security profile: filtprof1 Auto Wake On LAN: off
node-fritzbox devices wake device_id
Sends a WOL magic packet from the Fritz!Box to the device. If WOL is configured on the device, it should wake it up.
List port-forwarding rules
node-fritzbox port-forwarding list
* active_1 - HTTP-Server (state: enabled) * active_2 - HTTPS-Server (state: disabled) * active_3 - SSH (state: enabled)
Enable port-forwarding rules
node-fritzbox port-forwarding enable active_1 active_2 ...
Enables the rules with the given ids.
Disable port-forwarding rules
node-fritzbox port-forwarding disable active_1 active_2 ...
Disables the rules with the given ids.
You can set up environment variables to change the address of Fritz!Box (in case you are not using the defaults). Optionally, you can also define the password, so that you don't have to type it all the time.
The configurable environment variables are:
FB_HOST(optional - default: fritz.box)
FB_PASSWORD(optional and not recommended - default: asks input)
And you should be good to go.
- Fritz!Box 7362 SL (Fritz!OS 06.30)
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