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Read data from TCP


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Hi, I tried to get messages from my alarm system Honeywell Vista 10. To connect to the alarm system I use

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installed on Raspberry Pi.

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On Raspberry Pi started

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 program that redirect messages from serial to tcp. 

On HC2 I created VD, in which I can arm/disarm alarm system.

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I just sent the code for disarming

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I created a scene to get messages from alarm system, but always I see error message:

 

[DEBUG] 11:35:40: line 12: attempt to index global 'Net' (a nil value)

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My question:

ser2sock sends messages about all alarm system events. How I can read and parsing messages from tcp? I always have to keep an open TCP connection, and when I get a new line, must run the parser.  How to do this?

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  • I understand what the problem is. Fibaro doesn't work with Net.FTcpSocket in the scenes, only in VD, but when I run this script from VD, it restarts every 3 seconds, so I don't have time to get the data.

    Any ideas how to always keep open the TCP connection and parse the data?

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    10 hours ago, aivs said:

    I understand what the problem is. Fibaro doesn't work with Net.FTcpSocket in the scenes, only in VD, but when I run this script from VD, it restarts every 3 seconds, so I don't have time to get the data.

    Any ideas how to always keep open the TCP connection and parse the data?

     

    keep the code in VDs button, not in main loop, then you can execute code and get data manually

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