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  • Eman
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    For Arduino go here :http://board.homeseer.com/forumdisplay.php?f=1222

    You may also take a look at this :http://board.homeseer.com/showthread.php?t=180804 But then again you will need HomeSeer 3


    Eman.

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  • emabonacchi
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    Originally posted by drule View Post
    I'm sorry but I'm no longer maintaining the HS2 version of the plugin. I'm only updating the HS3 plugin.

    -David


    Many thanks for your "not help".......

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  • emabonacchi
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    Well, this is what i need:

    I need an Arduino with Ethernet module, sending a string, and Hs2 receiving this and replying.
    I know it is possible with this plugin and i know i am missing something in setting.....

    I am a little new in configuring lan, web server and ports, so, i would like some help about......
    For example, when i enable plugin and i set an ip address, homeseer automatically change web-server port from 80 to 81.......

    It is frustrating for me...... i can't understand why this behaviour because i am a little new about this......

    ....scuse me for my bad english...... i hope i have explain and you can understand me.


    Ema from Italy

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  • drule
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    Originally posted by emabonacchi View Post
    I am using Hs2 and i am having many difficulties configuring the plugin....

    I don't know why homeseer often crashes.
    I'm sorry but I'm no longer maintaining the HS2 version of the plugin. I'm only updating the HS3 plugin.

    -David

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  • emabonacchi
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    I am using Hs2 and i am having many difficulties configuring the plugin....

    I don't know why homeseer often crashes.

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  • cheeryfool
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    Originally posted by emabonacchi View Post
    Hello.
    I have made some changes in setting and now, on the startuo, homeseer crashes.
    Can you tell me where the setting are stored in order to manually modifying the file?

    Thank you.
    As a matter of interest, are you using HS2 or HS3? This is the forum for the legacy HS2 version of this plugin. The HS3 version can be found here

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  • sparkman
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    Originally posted by emabonacchi View Post
    What does mean the /number at the end of the ip address?
    It represents the number of 1 bits in the subnet mask. As an example a Class B ip address has a subnet mask of 255.255.0.0 or in binary 11111111.11111111.00000000.00000000. This can also be represented as /16 for the 16 one bits on the left.

    Cheers
    Al

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  • emabonacchi
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    What does mean the /number at the end of the ip address?

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  • emabonacchi
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    Originally posted by cheeryfool View Post
    Hi

    If you use DHCP and/or wish to use multiple devices you can configure this with 0.0.0.0/0 and it will accept connections from any IP address.
    Configuring an ip address with "/0" (for example 192.168.1.90/0 or 0.0.0.0/0), homeseer crashes.
    Configuring ip address without "/0" (for example 192.168.1.90 or 0.0.0.0), homeseer does not crash, but plugin does not work.

    Can someone suggest me some way to solve this problem?

    Thank you.

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  • sparkman
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    Originally posted by emabonacchi View Post
    Hello.
    I have made some changes in setting and now, on the startuo, homeseer crashes.
    Can you tell me where the setting are stored in order to manually modifying the file?

    Thank you.
    They are in the drhsIpPlugIn.ini file in the config folder.

    Cheers
    Al

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  • emabonacchi
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    Hello.
    I have made some changes in setting and now, on the startuo, homeseer crashes.
    Can you tell me where the setting are stored in order to manually modifying the file?

    Thank you.

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  • connor
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    Hello Drule,

    I'm experiencing a similar issue in your HS3 plugin.
    I can send the data correctly, but I'm unable to trigger events upon reception. Could it be that the same bug is in the HS3 version?

    Kind regards,

    Remko.

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  • drule
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    Host/Client doesn't apply to serial connections, they are two-way by definition.

    I will have to look at why serial comms isn't triggering events. Hopefully I can resolve that easily.

    -David

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  • qwiksilver96
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    This appears to be by design

    I think this behavior is by design (see my post just previous to this one). I am able to send data bytes via serial to the plugin, however, I am unable to trigger an event based on the data.

    I am sending the string "test1" (hex 74 65 73 74 31 0D 0A) <----- notice the CRLF. The plugin is receiving a total of 16 bytes (being sent and received via xBees). I'm guessing that there are some control characters, crc type data, etc being sent with the transmission (I haven't looked at the protocol definition yet). Is it possible for the plugin to ignore all of the other bytes sent and trigger an event based on the 5 (7 with CRLF) bytes embedded within the transmission?

    Here is the log entry in HS: CompareArray.Length=5, Data.Length=16

    Thanks,
    Frank
    Last edited by qwiksilver96; August 16th, 2015, 09:24 PM.

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  • qwiksilver96
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    Not able to select &quot;Host&quot; as 'Host/Client' when using 'Type' &quot;Serial&quot;

    David, I installed your plugin on my Windows 7 HS Pro (v2.x) system. I was able to test TCP and UDP connectivity with success. When I set up a new connection and choose "Serial" as the type, there is no option for "Host" in the drop down. I can only create this connection as a "client".

    Any idea as to what may be happening here? Am I doing something incorrectly?


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