I've tried many solutions provided here in other forums and websites.

Like this:

#curl -A "Mozilla/4.73 [en] (X11; U; Linux 2.2.15 i686)" \
#--cookie cjar --cookie-jar cjar \
#--data "username=name" \
#--data "password=pwd" \
#--data "login=Login" \
#--location "https://www.drei.at/de/3kundenzone/business/login">/tmp/tmp.html


wget --save-cookies cookies.txt --keep-session-cookies --post-data="username=name&password=pwd" "https://www.drei.at/de/3kundenzone/business/login"

Just for your information that I'm not getting double posted. I'm threw the first 2 google pages, not finding a solution.

I need to login in this form. https://www.drei.at/de/3kundenzone/business/login

But then I need to go to a other site, where i want to wget this page to get the information of it. But this only can be then when I'm logged in.

How can this be done with exactly this page?

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    You can try to use curl. Simply "copy as curl" from web browser(e.g chrome) inspect element's network log's item. Add -c cookie_filepath to this curl sample to save the cookie, then use -b cookie_filepath to read the cookie when request 2nd page. If the webpage is strict, then you need to request the webpage first with -c, parse the login form, then use -b AND -c together for submit login(you need to figure out -X POST or default GET) and also subsequent pages requests. And don't forget use -L to auto redirect. Use -v to understand the details. – 林果皞 May 9 '16 at 17:11
  • it is a POST i have to do. But i didn't even work with copy as curl. Maybe because there is another parameter given to post "_csrf" which changes every time i log in. – SystemCookie May 10 '16 at 7:52

I have found a solution:

I downloaded Phantom JS which is a headless browser. Wrote a little javascript which loggs in to the Website and save the HTML Page. Works like a charm. You can find many tutorials and documentation online exactly for this purpose.

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