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Freebox and virtual device


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Hello

Is that one of you knows the way to send commands to the Freebox from virtual device ? for example

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Take a look at this thread that will explain how to create a HTTP (port 80) request inside a TCP packet:

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You also have another challenge in that Virtual Devices won't accept domain names, only explicit IP addresses, so you will have to find out what the IP address is for hd1.freebox.fr and use that. This method is not foolproof in that the provider may very well change IP addresses on you.

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  • Hello davedotnet

    Thanks for your reply I tried to do this but what is HTTP/1.10x0D0x0A0x0D0x0A ? do I need to use it ?

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    Hello davedotnet

    Thanks for your reply I tried to do this but what is HTTP/1.10x0D0x0A0x0D0x0A ? do I need to use it ?

    When you type "http://", what happens is that a browser constructs a TCP packet that has a special header. That header has a "GET" command in it (sometimes "POST"), and it identifies itself with a "HTTP" identifier.. So that string represents the following:

    HTTP 1.1

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  • Thanks a lot davedotnet

    It works fine now

    you were right hd1.freebox.fr need to be replaced by IP adress

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    Excellent. I think there's some hope that a new release will give us domain name resolution so we could type symbolic addresses, but I imagine the Fibaro crew thought we'd only ever target our own home LANs.

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