For now I control my harmony hub via comfortclick with a workaround.
I do a http command to a raspberry pi running a http server with node.js and it calls harmonyHubControl which can access the harmony hub using activtiy and command ids.
This is great because you can teach the hub new IR commands.
So I can not only start activities but also control IR relais and sockets (cheap stuff).
I just read that harmony has released (don't know when) and API for the hub. Any plans to integrate this as a device in comfortclick?
This would make things much easier and I add a lot of value to your product.
I had to do a "server repair" on Grinder.
Ended up with a dead black box : couldn't connect either to bOS, nor to Windows (remotely).
I had to find a screen and a keyboard, to hook them up to the Grinder, and then I understood the issue : Windows was requesting the password to be changed, and it just blocked everything.
So, issue fixed. But I though it was important to write a post about it :
- so that if you face the same problem you can easily fix it
- so that the ComfortClick people can make the black box a real black box you never have to worry about, as this was sold to me when I bought reluctantly a Windows box...
Hello! I'm trying to use the RPC Server in my Jigsaw device, but I can't find the way. I try to log into the linux configuracion of Jigsaw, but have no user and password. How can I activate the RPC Server? Thank you!!
I've created an info status button + SMS notification task for when the connection of the KNX BUS fails.
But what I would like to do, would be to lock the KNX controls, while there's no BUS connection, because IMHO the controls shouldn't be available if there's no connection. I know that there's an error message if you press them, but I would like to take it further.
I've searched everything but couldn't find any way to do that, is it possible?
Also, this could useful to dynamically disabled a certain button or whatever we would like, let's say disabled an Arm button if something's already armed, etc etc...
Have the following values in BOSService.exe.config that have worked before upgrade to 4.4.0.
After upgrade port is not started.
<add key="RPCServiceUri" value="http://localhost:81/" />
<add key="EnableRPC" value="True" />
I'm having a weird problem again, Our client demanded graphics for every meter (C/H water, electricity and for the whole building ventilation system) and i noticed that when we did a backup of the bOS configuration or the server did a restart, we got weird spikes in graphics that sometimes where lower values and some were higher values. The water and electricity info is collected and readout by Anybus mbus to modbus and the ventilation values are collected with usb modbus dongle. Pic below has a week view but actually the value rises again after the server get the correct value again from Anybus.
The thing is that I've been watching the raw logs from Anybus and these spikes don't come from Anybus... And when i look at the database files I see that right after the bOS server comes up it writes a unknown value and 15minutes(thats the update time of Anybus) later it will update it to the correct one. How to get rid of them spikes and where to they come from? And as you see from the picture the spikes are random not every meter is affected by it. I now have corrected the value spikes manually.
I have 2 Jigsaw servers on the same ADSL link, hence the same public IP address, which each Jigsaw server has its own local IP address.
Then I cannot forward port 443 from the public address to both local IP address : I can only control remotely one of the servers but not the two of them.
What set-up would allow me to control both ? Can I change the 443 port on the ComfortClick web page when registering the server ?
Please keep in mind that I'm on Jigsaw, not on Windows ; so, I don't have access to the system and I cannot edit the default port as it is possible on Windows.
I've been using the RPC service with IFTTT and Tasker, but I'm really concerned about the security.
Of course that a VPN can increase the security. But for those who are still not using a VPN, this means expose a port for a service which is not protected.
Even in the LAN, there's no way to protect the service... unless you shut it down, block the access through MAC addresses, or any other way...
I know that the service is still in "beta" and it's to be used at our own risk, but can you think about protecting the service? It would be awesome!
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