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Guest C5LEMAN

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Hi,

Here is an example to set a virtual device via the HC2 Fibaro with IPX800 M2M (machine to machine).

Knowing that your remote connection in safe mode with login and password with different port operates in parallel without any problem from the outside or locally.

To begin, open the interface IPX800-V3

For this example I assigned address 192.168.1.71 with port 9071

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Then click on M2M and changed the port or leave the default (9870) remembering to validate it.

Now, on to the HC2 settings.

In the red write the IP address of the desired IPX800 (eg 192.168.1.71).

Under port orange M2M (eg 9071) you have changed or the default (9870).

Click the Advanced tab,

Write the name of one button in the blue box (ex: Ecl. Cuisine ON), then the yellow control M2M

Set051

Set = Device

05 = Relai 5 (de 01 à 32)

1 ou 0 = ON ou OFF

Well and check the box "Waiting for response from the device" in the green box.

Click "Add button"

Write the name of the button 2 in the blue box (ex: Ecl. Cuisine OFF), then the yellow control M2M

Set050

Well and check the box "Waiting for response from the device" in the green box.

And do not forget to save the change by clicking on the floppy disk in the sidebar right, if not more than all over again.

Returning to the "HOME" you find your virtual command placed in the room listed above when creating the virtual device.

Test to verify its operation.

Sincerely,

Christophe

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Bonjour,

Voici un exemple pour paramétrer une commande virtuel via le HC2 de Fibaro avec des IPX800 en M2M (machine to machine).

En sachant que votre connexion distante en mode sécurisé avec login et mot de passe avec un port diffèrent fonctionne en parallèle sans aucun problème depuis l’extérieur ou en local.

Pour commencer, ouvrir l’interface de l’IPX800-V3

Pour cet exemple j’ai attribué l’adresse 192.168.1.71 avec le port 9071

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Puis cliquez sur M2M et modifié le port ou laisser le par défaut (9870) en pensant bien à le valider.

Maintenant, passons aux paramétrages du HC2.

Dans le cadre rouge écrire l’adresse IP de l’IPX800 souhaité (ex : 192.168.1.71).

Dans le cadre orange le port M2M (ex : 9071) que vous avez modifié ou celui par défaut (9870).

Cliquer sur l’onglet avancé,

Ecrire le nom du bouton 1 dans le cadre bleu (ex : Ecl. Cuisine ON), puis dans le cadre jaune la commande M2M

Set051

Set = commande

05 = Relai 5 (de 01 à 32)

1 ou 0 = ON ou OFF

Et cocher bien la case « En attente de la réponse du périphérique » dans le cadre vert.

Cliquer sur « Ajouter un bouton »

Ecrire le nom du bouton 2 dans le cadre bleu (ex : Ecl. Cuisine OFF), puis dans le cadre jaune la commande M2M

Set050

Et cocher bien la case « En attente de la réponse du périphérique » dans le cadre vert.

Et ne pas oublier de sauvegarder la modification en cliquant sur la disquette du menu latéral droit, sinon plus qu’à tout recommencer.

En revenant sur la page « LA MAISON » vous trouverai votre commande virtuelle classée dans la pièce répertorié précédemment lors de la création du Virtual device.

Faites un test pour vérifier son fonctionnement.

Cordialement,

Christophe

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Hi!

Great Job!!!

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This works with the IPX800 v2?

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  • Hello,

    Very nice, I was using "usual" buttons, but the logo always disappeared after refreshing the page, this way they stay, excellent !!

    But.... If I make a change directly on the IPX, my HC2 don't see it, even after a refresh, any idea to make it perfect ?

    Best regards,

    Jean-Christophe

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  • Hi!

    Great Job!!!

    Please login or register to see this image.

    /emoticons/default_smile.png" alt=":)" srcset="https://forum.fibaro.com/uploads/emoticons/[email protected] 2x" width="20" height="20" />

    This works with the IPX800 v2?

    Best Regards

    Hi,

    Normally, yes, because the IPX800 V2 also a machine M2M.

    Otherwise, check if the command set is the same, because I do not test.

    Sincerely,

    Christophe

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    Bonsoir,

    Normalement, oui, car l' IPX800 V2 à lui aussi une machine M2M.

    Sinon, verifier si la commande Set est identique, car je n'en est pas pour tester.

    Cordialement,

    Christophe

    [ Added: 2013-02-19, 01:03 ]

    But.... If I make a change directly on the IPX, my HC2 don't see it, even after a refresh, any idea to make it perfect ?

    Hi,

    What do you mean level changes on the IPX?

    Otherwise, when I make changes on the IPX does not change anything on the HC2, as you do not change the port and IP address M2M.

    Sincerely,

    Christophe

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    Bonsoir,

    Que veux-tu dire au niveau des changements sur l' IPX ?

    Sinon, quand je fais des modification sur l' IPX ça ne change rien sur le HC2, tant que vous ne modifié pas le port M2M et l'adresse IP.

    Cordialement,

    Christophe

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  • Hello,

    I mean if I change the state of a relay directly from the ipx, the HC2 don't know it.

    I use the relays to put on or off the heating system, on the HC2 I have 2 icons for on and off.

    HC2->IPX the icons are changing, of course, but IPX->HC2, no changes !

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  • Hello, jcs10

    To return info I work, I have to get back.

    Sincerely,

    Christophe

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    Bonjour, jcs10

    Pour le retour d'info j'y travail, je viens de m'y remettre.

    Cordialement,

    Christophe

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