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Ok I got it – by accident, to be quite honest. ImperiHome Service is no longer available via https , only http….
Next step: somehow manage to get access from outside despite the DS-Lite / IPv6 crap
Hi, thanks for your reply. I think it has to do with my provider who has migrated me to “DS-Lite” / IPv6 only access. Anyone with knowledge how to tackle this?
regarding Yahoo weather: I cannot stop the service, I cannot remove cities, I cannot edit the json file as it is locked. What could I do?
Hey, in my case the PulseStations adds an extra bracket “]” in the end of the file vdevices.json
When I remove that one character, it will work again. Maybe give that a try.
a little off-topic: I purchased a Zipato Keypad and I have decided not to use it. If anyone is interested in buying it:
good as new, with an extra RFID chip (2 in total) for 25€ plus shipping.
Feel free to contact me.
the new 2.5 version works with the old fgrm222.xml file – but the link is missing. Add the following line in the Fibaro section of the manufacturer_specific.xml (somewhere around line 300):
<Product type=”0302″ id=”1000″ name=”FGRM222 Roller Shutter Controller 2″ config=”fibaro/fgrm222.xml”/>
Should work fine.
You could create a scene with the desired level and simply launch that. But it looks like you’re prefering the robust, hardware-oriented way 😉
hey, I am a bit confused. Why use a chair to block the roller blinds when you can set the level to, let’s say, 50 out of 99 to leave enough space for the cat to get through?
Hi, you can tell PulseStation that you’re at home using a ping to your mobile device.
1. Install a web server app on your android mobile (“Paw Server” works fine). You will need this to reply to the ping from PulseStation.
2. Set up a virtual device “Virtual Ping” in PulseStation and configure the correct private IP address and port.
3. Within Blockly, you can now use blocks for your virtual device and query the “ping.status” property which will return true when your mobile is logged into your WiFi, and return false if not.
This works pretty well, as long as you never turn off your mobile while at home…
- This reply was modified 3 years, 8 months ago by coldbringer.
Maybe it’s only via Alarm Class Associations?! But even if that worked, how to deactivate again?
In my case it seems that a bug in the sonos config file was responsible for the dahboards not working. Mika told me to remove “null,null” in the beginning of the sonos.json file. Afterwards, Sonos Service, Dashboards and Graphics worked again.
Another question regarding the Smoke Sensor in Blockly: Fibaro advertising says, the Smoke Sensor can be used as a siren in case of intruder alert. Any idea how that works? Obviously, there is no “Turn on Siren” property for the Smoke Sensor.
Hey, I have a couple of roller shutters in place. Which parameters do you mean? You need to configure the switch type correctly and that’s about it. Auto-calibration does the rest. If you have further questions, maybe I can help.
Hey, depending on the actual roller blind I have maximum values of either 99 or 98. Never 100. So I guess, the scale is 0-99 not 0-100. That is why setting to 100 doesnt do anything…
Hey, thanks for your reply. The “Auto Restart” function is activated, yet the system is sometimes inactive in the morning. Even one hour after DiskStation reboot. I guess, the AutoRestart doesn’t notice the malfunction.