I need a .bat file that looks like this: to launch Hyperterminal and dial automatically a phone number then end the call after copying files.

Posted on 2008-06-19
Last Modified: 2012-08-14
I need a .bat file  (Batch File)

1) Launch Hyperterminal and dial automatically a phone number
C:\Program Files\Windows NT\hypertrm.exe
2) Copy some files and then end the call or close Hyperterminal automatically

How can i do that please?
Question by:bkerson
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Author Comment

ID: 21831177
Hi Vee_Mod,

Thank you for replying me on my request.
OS : Windows XP
Application : Hyperterminal
What I need, is simple but difficult to figure it out. I need a batch file to load hyperterminal and launch a call on its own. or how to use hyperterminal in a batch file that can open automatically a .ht file to launch a call. Is there any switch for hypertrm.exe. Any idea will be greatly appreciated
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Accepted Solution

matrixnz earned 500 total points
ID: 21840598
Sorry don't have a modem to test this with but you could use RasDial for the dialup and then telnet to send files etc..

Alterntaively you may want to look at a third party tool that can do evertthing for you like Kermit - or CommNet -

Hope that's of some help.


Author Comment

ID: 21846499

This is a good idea however we can send in telnet I don't thing we can copy or get a file from a remote server. Don't we. If so how we can copy the files remotely.

Author Comment

ID: 22171275
This has been resolved by using a vbscript. This vbscript uses hypertherminal to dial then the script enter automatically username and password. Done!!!!!!!!

Before loading the script create an ht file in hypertherminal

Set oshell = createobject("Wscript.Shell")"cmd.exe"
wscript.sleep 500
oshell.sendkeys"hypertrm.exe d:\smtplogs\"+("{Enter}")
wscript.sleep 6000
wscript.sleep 500
wscript.sleep 500
oshell.sendkeys"d:\smtplogs\router.txt"+("{Enter}&q uot;)
wscript.sleep 12000
oshell.sendkeys" "
wscript.sleep 6000
oshell.sendkeys" "
wscript.sleep 1500
oshell.sendkeys" "
wscript.sleep 1500
oshell.sendkeys" "
wscript.sleep 1500
wscript.sleep 1500
wscript.sleep 1500
wscript.sleep 1500
set oshell = nothing

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