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listening of any TCP port


SerjioTT
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Hi, I`m novice in Fibaro and LUA

I have some TCP device in my network transmits a txt data to custom TCP port on HC2 if some event happens (e.g. alarm)

How I can always listen that TCP port on HC2 via LUA and start to a custom action in case the txt data appear on the port?

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no dice. only via own "proxy" bridge.

HC2 can only make polling as a client and can't be as a server.

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  • Thank for you reply! 

    9 minutes ago, 10der said:

    only via own "proxy" bridge.

    what you mean? 

     

    12 minutes ago, 10der said:

    HC2 can only make polling as a client

    ok, how I can make continuously background polling of virtual device state? And in case run alarm scene...

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    >>what you mean? 

     

    [3th party software]  <===> you app (as proxy) php / jserver / etc <===> HC2 LUA scene / VDev

    so. you should write own application and (the first option) listen on GET / REST requests from FIBARO LUA scene (or VDev) or (the second option) pass result from 3th party software to LUA scene via caling LUA scene

    example for arduino esp

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