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 on: November 23, 2017, 12:18:55 pm 
Started by Tuicemen - Last post by Tuicemen
Here are the codes for house code A.

 on: November 22, 2017, 05:23:35 pm 
Started by Tuicemen - Last post by Tuicemen
With little to no feed back it is looking like PCC should be discontinued  :(
At best I'll drop options I no longer use my self and add only things I will use.
These are the items set to be pulled: TAC support, Ultralite, mylight support,  VCR commander integration, none Wi-Fi camera support, x10relayer integration
There may be more without feed back however that doesn't matter if it becomes a personal (non distributed ) program.

Things which I'm currently looking to add are:
A return of landline Phone integration
Alexa & Google Home support Via HA-Bridge.

 on: November 22, 2017, 01:16:13 pm 
Started by Tuicemen - Last post by Tuicemen
Well that was quick! HA-Bridge Version 5 is now officially released.

 on: November 22, 2017, 11:39:28 am 
Started by Charles R. Gross - Last post by Tuicemen
AHP has always had issues with Windows updates.
So I suspect your not alone.
Many times in the past Windows update would change the Drive ID or corrupt AHP files.
I however have not yet experienced any of this with Windows 10 (that doesn't mean I won't  :(
I suspect the Drive ID has been changed which if is the case running Lifejacket can repair things.

 on: November 22, 2017, 10:55:15 am 
Started by Charles R. Gross - Last post by Charles R. Gross
Since receiving the latest W10 update AHP does not start correctly. It now indicates nothing is registered instead of the previous indictions that AHP, smart macros, etc. were registered and turned green on startup.
Am I unique or is has this become a general problem ?

 on: November 22, 2017, 10:54:45 am 
Started by Tuicemen - Last post by Tuicemen
Since a new HA-Bridge V.5 is on the verge of release I require some users to help debug the latest build with the HA-Bridge RC build.
If your interested in helping out let me know.
Hopefully I'll have a new Alex10 ready at the same time as the new bridge rolls out.

 on: November 22, 2017, 09:32:30 am 
Started by Tuicemen - Last post by Tuicemen
I received some good news today!
The WM100 (Wi-Fi module) is going into production! ~:0~ `:)
Since this will take a few weeks it may be a bit late for Christmas. :(
However I suspect you may be able to order prior to the new year.

 on: November 22, 2017, 09:27:06 am 
Started by Tuicemen - Last post by Tuicemen
Thanks ITguy,
I'll look into it.

 on: November 22, 2017, 06:44:13 am 
Started by Tuicemen - Last post by ITguy
There is a whole series on using wireshark at  Try a google search using: "wireshark"

 on: November 21, 2017, 11:19:46 am 
Started by Tuicemen - Last post by Tuicemen
With the slow progress of the SmartPhone app I thought I'd give this a try.
The manufacture still refuses to release the protocol but I'm hopeful they will see the benefit of releasing it once the WM100 goes into production.
I discovered the WM100 port 18883 and since there is nowhere currently to change this I suspect it is hard coded in the device.
Typing in the address and port in my browser doesn't get a reply.
I figured I'd download and install Wireshark as I had sniffed out code for other Wi-Fi devices before with this.
Unfortunately it has been so long since I've used this last and the interface has change I'm Unsure how to proceed on that front.
I can get the IP to respond but I was missing something.
I then remembered each Smartphone you wish to use the app with  must scan the QR code.
So I figured the app is sending this info each time possibly or at least initial setup.
So I had to figure out what was in the QR code.
There are several QR readers available. I downloaded and installed the QR desktop reader generator from Code Two, this allows you to use your webcam or a saved image to read.
using this I found the Code contained the text {"appkey":"26e884fe-9f25-948537","uid":"Xim8Am5m2GsFvcGd7Pup82nqGxyeDem28y"} (edited in case it is unique).
this looks like a Jason input string to me.
Since debugging calls  to the HA-Bridge also sent these I had a bit of experience and knew I would require Chrome's Postman plugin.
Unfortunately both a post and get results in no response so I'm not entering something right.
I think I can just use Postman to test codes once I can sniff things out with Wireshark.
So I really need help with Wireshark and maybe Postman.

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