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Developers / Graphical view on pluto_main
« on: December 12, 2007, 07:25:38 pm »
Hi devs,

i did a visio import of "pluto_main":
http://vt100.at/pluto.png
http://vt100.at/pluto.vsd

maybe someone with a big screen and patience can interconnect the foreign keys and align the tables (by repo?)?

best regards,
Hari

47
Hi all,

the D-Link DCS-5300G works perfect with LMCE. If you want a reasonably priced ip camera with pan and tilt I can highly recommend it. I'm just polishing up the device template. It works out of the box with plug and play and will be available on the sqlCVS repository in the next days.

best regards,
Hari

48
Developers / ZWave sources
« on: November 18, 2007, 04:51:29 pm »
Hi all,

i can't find the ZWave sources in the trunk (neither LMCE nor pluto). Has anybody seen them?

best regards,
Hari

49
Compatible Products & Services / New ACT Z-Wave Interface
« on: November 01, 2007, 08:14:21 pm »
Hi Folks,

has anybody tried the new ACT Z-Wave USB Interface ZCU[1,2]01 (http://www.act-solutions.com/HomeProProductGrid.htm)?
They seem to pop up in shops now.

best regards,
Hari

50
Developers / PNP without DHCP
« on: October 11, 2007, 10:17:03 am »
Hi Folks,

i investigated the DHCP PNP process and had the idea of using arpwatch for pnp detection. It produces log entries like this:
Oct 11 13:38:18 dcerouter arpwatch: new station 10.1.1.17 de:ad:be:ef:0:4 eth0

derive from Dhcpd-Plugin-Parser.sh:

dcerouter_37298:~# diff -u  /usr/pluto/bin/Dhcpd-Plugin-Parser.sh /usr/pluto/bin/Arpwatch-Plugin-Parser.sh
--- /usr/pluto/bin/Dhcpd-Plugin-Parser.sh       2007-03-01 04:15:34.000000000 +0100
+++ /usr/pluto/bin/Arpwatch-Plugin-Parser.sh    2007-10-11 13:40:04.000000000 +0200
@@ -23,7 +23,7 @@
                log) Type="00" ;;
        esac
 
-       printf "%s\n" "$Type $(date -R) $Data" >>/var/log/pluto/dhcp_pnp.log
+       printf "%s\n" "$Type $(date -R) $Data" >>/var/log/pluto/arpwatch_pnp.log
 }
 
 parse()
@@ -57,16 +57,16 @@
        line=$(parse "$inline")
        tag=$(extract_field 5 "$line")
        op=$(extract_field 6 "$line")
-       mac_found=$(extract_field 10 "$line")
+       mac_found=$(extract_field 9 "$line")
        ip_sent=$(extract_field 8 "$line")
 
-       if [[ "$tag" != "dhcpd:" || -z "$mac_found" ]]; then
+       if [[ "$tag" != "arpwatch:" || -z "$mac_found" ]]; then
                continue
        fi
 
        case "$op" in
-               "DHCPACK")
-                       log_plugin log "DHCP : MAC '$mac_found' IP '$ip_sent'"
+               "new")
+                       log_plugin log "ARPWATCH : MAC '$mac_found' IP '$ip_sent'"
 
                        Q="SELECT PK_Device FROM Device WHERE MACaddress='$mac_found' AND IPaddress='$ip_sent'"
                        R=$(RunSQL "$Q")

seems to work:

+ read mac ip garbage
+ RetrySend de:ad:be:ef:0:4 10.1.1.17
+ local MAC=de:ad:be:ef:0:4 IP=10.1.1.17
+ /usr/pluto/bin/MessageSend localhost 1 -1001 2 65 52 3 53 2 5 de:ad:be:ef:0:4 28 10.1.1.17

Caveats: boot options for media directors and stuff have to be specified in the standalone DHCP server.

I think this would be a nice fallback for PNP when the internal dhcp server is deactivated. What do you think about it?

regards,
Hari

51
Developers / Slimserver as IR Transmitter
« on: October 10, 2007, 06:26:27 pm »
Hi Folks,

using the IRBlaster Plugin Slimserver is able to transmit IR Codes (configured by LIRC remote definitions). This also works over the cli port ("CLI: <player> irblaster send <device> <button>"). Are there any plans to support this feature instead of a gc100? Or can this be implemented as GSD?

best regards,
Hari

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