How to Install WMS Openwrt Auto Login Script

8 – Do you know what WMS is?. If not, WMS is Wifi Manage Service, another internet service provided by Telkom besides IndiHome. Yes, this WMS is only wifi, yes, it is similar to for login matters.

I myself subscribe to WMS because with the same speed as IndiHome, the price is cheaper. I myself use the silver package, which is a 20mbps monthly package subject to a subscription rate of 360 thousand. Besides that, what I like about WMS is that it’s really unlimited unlike Indihome which is limited to using FUP.

So far I’ve been subscribing for almost 3 years and there’s never been a network problem, so basically I’m satisfied with this service. But not completely satisfied, why?. Because like the corner login system, it’s not always really always logged in. In one day it can be automatically disconnected.

Not suitable as an access point, right?.

Yes indeed, but don’t worry, fortunately now someone has made a script for auto login WMS. Although not easy to implement.

Install WMS Auto Login Script in Openwrt

I myself use the TP-Link MR-3420 V5 router which I have changed to pulpstone (basically still the same as OpenWrt).

1. Please download the wms auto_login script first. Next extract
2. upload the extracted file in root (using winscp)
3. Login to putty and do chmod 755 ./auto_wms
4. Then do ./auto_wms install
5. Wait for the installation process to complete
6. if it’s finished installing now just open

don’t forget to add the cron job script in the gui
Or you can watch the video below

It turns out that there are still errors after following the tutorial as above. You must be confused about why you get an error.

Usually the error is because OpenWrt doesn’t have SSL installed. Please follow the method below

How to Overcome Auto Login WMS –no-check-certificate

I was also confused at first, how come an error with the description

ERROR: cannot verify’s certificate, issued by ‘CN=DigiCert SHA2 Secure Server CA, O=DigiCert Inc, C =US’ :
Unable to locally verify the issuer’s authority.
To connect to insecurely, use ‘–no-check- certificate’.

How to solve it as follows

1. type in PuTTY, opkg update

2. Then type opkg install wget
3. Then opkg install ca-certificates
4. Type again opkg install libustream-openssl

6. Enter lucy’s GUI, select System -> software -> Configuration -> and change all http to https

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Please log out by typing logout.wifi.idÂ

See the results like the video below