Background: I have TP-Link Archer D7 router which uses a local web page for its configuration. I would like to download two given pages automatically using wget (as a daily precaution to check whether config was changed by somebody) -- for this I need direct, given, address of a page.
Some pages show you all the time the main address, despite internally they navigate among various pages. The problem is, that you cannot go to page X, because even if you are at page X, the url states you are at main page.
My case is such, I am looking at advanced status page of my router, yet, the URL still shows
http://192.168.1.1/ (main page of the router). So for example if I copy&paste this url to another tab, I will get main page, instead of status. I peeked (using firebug) what page is fetched when I switch to the status page --
http://192.168.1.1/main/status.htm?_=1442919208105. However when I enter this page in URL box, I get error
403 Forbidden. It is not authentication problem because it is the same browser.
My question is -- what do I miss? What should I do, to use direct urls?