This is the command airport-modem that can be run in the OnWorks free hosting provider using one of our multiple free online workstations such as Ubuntu Online, Fedora Online, Windows online emulator or MAC OS online emulator
airport-modem - Modem monitoring and hangup utility for the original Apple AirPort Base
Station ("Graphite"), the Lucent RG-1000 base station and the Apple Airport Extreme base
airport-modem allows you to monitor the state of the internal modem of your base station
and to start/stop the modem connection.
On the AirPort Extreme base station, the modem utility can also display the approximate
duration of the modem connection.
airport-modem accepts no command-line options. airport-modem is a wrapper script around
the AirportBaseStationHangup.jar jar file located in /usr/share/java/airport-utils.
You can set the JAVACMD environment variable to use a specific JVM instead of the one
chosen by the wrapper script. Set the DEBUG environment variable to 1 to get the debug
output from the wrapper script.
DEBUG Set this variable to 1 to get the debug output from the wrapper script.
The full path to the Java Virtual Machine to use. By default, the wrapper uses
JAVACMD; if it is not set, it looks for JAVA_BINDIR/java, then for
JAVA_HOME/bin/java before looking for a java executable in the PATH. In the latter
case, the JVM used can be configured using the Debian alternatives system (see
The full path where your JDK/JRE is installed.
The full path to the directory where the java executable is located.
Extra command-line arguments to be passed to the Java Virtual Machine.
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