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iberium

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ip control
« on: March 25, 2013, 02:11:44 am »
I have a receiver that has multiple zones.  So what I have done is create 2 different templates, one for the main zone and one for the second zone.  In one room I have it attached to the main zone and in another, I am running it off of the second.  The problem seems to be that when I change rooms, that it is screws up the communication to the first room.  Is there someway that I should be setting this up differently?  I'm guessing that the problem is that because it is 2 separate devices, that it is trying to establish 2 separate connections to the same device?  Could I just make the second zone a child device and attach the other room to the child?

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Re: ip control
« Reply #1 on: April 02, 2013, 11:45:41 pm »
You should look at the Yamaha RX-Vx00 (RS232) template. It has a set of Zones implemented as child devices, and the GSD code looks at these, and alters the commands sent out, depending on where the AV messages are coming from.

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