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Hello, is it possible to call a url from the rutx11 to extract gps data?

A csv url without login to parse the gps data… thats it what i need

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by anonymous

Unfortunately, RUTX11 does not have such feature.

Best regards,
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by anonymous

Yes, it is possible to call a URL from the Rutx11 router to extract GPS data. The Rutx11 router is equipped with various networking capabilities, including the ability to make HTTP requests. You can utilize the LinkedIn Sales Navigator extension or this feature to retrieve data from a CSV URL and parse the GPS information.

To accomplish this, you would need to write a script or use a programming language that supports HTTP requests, such as Python or JavaScript. Here's an example using Python and the requests library:

import requests
import csv

url = ""  # Replace with your CSV URL

response = requests.get(url)
if response.status_code == 200:
    csv_data = response.text
    csv_lines = csv_data.splitlines()
    gps_data = csv.reader(csv_lines)
    for row in gps_data:
        # Extract GPS data from each row and process it as needed
        latitude = row[0]
        longitude = row[1]
        # Perform further operations with the GPS coordinates
    print("Failed to retrieve GPS data. Status code:", response.status_code)

In this example, you would replace "" with the actual URL of the CSV file containing the GPS data you want to extract. The script sends an HTTP GET request to that URL and retrieves the CSV data. It then parses the CSV data using the csv module and processes each row to extract the GPS information.

Note that you may need to install the requests library if it's not already available in your Python environment. You can install it by running pip install requests in your terminal or command prompt.

Keep in mind that this is just a basic example to get you started. Depending on the structure of your CSV file and the specific GPS data you're interested in, you may need to modify the code accordingly.