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Web Relay




I wonder if anyone could point me in the right direction after hours of testing and researching

I have a device that controls a relay via HTTP.  I created a virtual device in HC2 and tried both strings and lua without success and a bit of hair loss.


If type into a browser http://<ipaddress>/30000/01  it will turn the relay on

If type into a browser http://<ipaddress>/30000/00  it will turn the relay off


I am unsure if the issue is that the port is defined after a / rather than a :


Any help would be gratefully received


Thank you in anticipation





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Hi Andrew,


I believe this is a second post with same question. I don't think it is OK to ask same question several times in several different forum threads.

I'm still willing to help but same as in my previous answer to your same question, some more info about that web relay would be helpful.


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  • Hi again thank you for the reply

    Apologises if i have broken forum rules but I was just trying to solve this issue


    This is the product i am trying to control


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    Many thanks

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