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Re: Home Automation Hubs – Home Assistant, openHAB, ioBroker, FHEM, Homee, Mediola – Compare for Homematic CCU + HmIP AP

Beitrag von tomi_cc16 » 03.12.2018, 17:54

blueznl hat geschrieben:
03.12.2018, 17:51
Ok. I don't mind playing for a plugin, but I now understand it is a recurring payment?
Well it's more you pay for the updates - so SUS 1 year means if the plugin will receive during that time updates they are included. After that year everything is still working but if you need an update because new MI device are included in the Update - you need to buy a new SUS year for that.

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Re: Home Automation Hubs – Home Assistant, openHAB, ioBroker, FHEM, Homee, Mediola – Compare for Homematic CCU + HmIP AP

Beitrag von blueznl » 03.12.2018, 17:56

Ah. Okay, the text in the original posting is a bit confusing, it can be read as 'every year'.


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Re: Home Automation Hubs – Home Assistant, openHAB, ioBroker, FHEM, Homee, Mediola – Compare for Homematic CCU + HmIP AP

Beitrag von tomi_cc16 » 10.01.2019, 17:31

For Homematic IP Acess Point User - which want to use Home Assistant.

When new HmIP devices are missing check first if the REST-API documentation is complete
https://github.com/coreGreenberet/homematicip-rest-api
If not you can help to complete the documentation before Home Assistant can be updated:

1. Add first new HmIP devices with the "Homematic IP" App to the Access Point
2. Install latest Phyton version on your computer
https://www.python.org/downloads/
3. Open windows CMD (Eingabeaufforderung)
4. Open the Phyton scripts folder e.g. " cd C:\Users\NUC2\AppData\Local\Programs\Python\Python37-32\Scripts "
5. In the scripts folder execute " pip3 install -U homematicip "- wait till finish
6. New Subfolder "pycache" created
7. In CMD go in to the subfolder " pycache " cd C:\Users\N... and execute " hmip_generate_auth_token.pyc " or " hmip_generate_auth_token.XXXXXX.pyc "(XXXXXX stands for python version in the name)
8. Enter your SGTIN from the backside of the Access Point and follow steps (Name and PIN code - just press ENTER/leave blank) and finish by clicking the Blue LED light on your access point.
9. If successfull you find now in subfolder "pycache" the file "config.ini"
10. In CMD execute now " hmip_cli.pyc --dump-configuration –-anonymize " - copy the structure and generate a new issue in https://github.com/coreGreenberet/homem ... api/issues for the new HmIP device that should be added to the REST-API. hmip_cli.pyc could be named hmip_cli.XXXXXX.pyc (XXXXXX stands for python version in the name)

Here an example:
https://github.com/coreGreenberet/homem ... issues/150

Here an overview which HmIP devices are available in the REST-API and in Home Assistant:
https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/s/zeg ... roker.xlsx


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