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Messages - bwhitson

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Users / Re: WebOrbiter 2.0
« on: May 24, 2011, 02:25:01 pm »
On my setup of iPhone the user can set what port to use.
I would try setting up two instances of the weborb and change the listen port of the one for iPhone.

Best of Luck

-B

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Users / Re: Ethernet Commands for networked DirecTV boxes
« on: May 21, 2011, 06:48:29 am »
P.S.

I forgot to mention that after sending this line the receiver will report back with a "Command OK" window.
Not sure if that makes a difference but thought I'd mention just the same.
 ;D

-B


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Users / Ethernet Commands for networked DirecTV boxes
« on: May 21, 2011, 06:26:31 am »
Ok...

After some reading, searching, head scratching, etc... I have stumbled upon some command strings that work for most advanced DirecTV receivers.  I'm not sure how to implement this into a template but the one out there for the HR24 did not work for me at all. If someone would point me at an article explaning how to get these commands to work with LMCE I would gladly create a template for the HRXX and HXX (excluding the H20 series of course - no network port).

Commands can be sent by sending a simple HTTP line. such as

http://192.168.50.13:8080/tv/tune?major=202&minor=65535

All a person would have to do is change the IP address to the correct one for their box and the STP would change to channel 202.

The following line is a template for the HTTP string.

http://192.168.50.13:8080/remote/processKey?key=guide&hold=keyPress

It sends the "guide" command to the STP listed in the IP field.

The commands power, poweron, poweroff, format, pause, rew, replay, stop, advance, ffwd, record, play, guide, active, list, exit, back, menu, info, up, down, left, right, select, red, green, yellow, blue, chanup, chandown, prev,0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, dash, and enter can be substituted for the word guide.

-B

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Any word??

Would gladly drop the 88 bucks for this product if is working.

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Users / Re: Insteon
« on: May 07, 2011, 06:13:18 am »
UH....

Bump a roo....

I like the idea of using USB over serial... Does it work?
Also does anyone know if the network PLM works?

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Users / Re: Is anybody using the GE NX-8E for their alarm panel?
« on: May 07, 2011, 06:08:44 am »
Fair enough....

Think I'll order this weekend.  Let you know how it goes.

B.

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Users / Re: Is anybody using the GE NX-8E for their alarm panel?
« on: May 06, 2011, 05:56:10 am »
Hate to bump just for the sake of bumping.....

Any word? I'm this (-----) close to dropping the money for the NX-8E panel and and RS232 connector board.
Just wondering how much functionality anyone has accomplished.

Can the security mode be set using DCE commands?

I'm not really concerned with setting off events from tripped sensors as of yet. I just have family members that never remember to set anything and would like to be able to arm/disarm remotely.

And yes Tom i'm one of those users that has been toying with LMCE for a couple years and haven't contributed anything but if were close and have something workable i'm fully willing to trash my personal system over and over again in a trial and effort way of figuring it out.  ;D

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Users / Re: Light Switch Advice for a Newbie
« on: April 27, 2011, 05:57:14 am »
Smarthome does have an RF adapter for Morning Star dead bolts.  Same basic price for the lock itself. I think the bridge will set you back 70US or so.  Nice thing is one adapter will trigger all of the locks..... I guess that would be a bonus to some?

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