Originally Posted by Brian Garber
Woah, thanks for sharing!!! I might give it a shot and let you know. Seems like there was some interest a few years ago to make a binding for RR2, so hopefully it's there by now.
I toyed with it a little last night for the first time. For Lutron they only have a RR2 binding right now, but suggests most of their systems use same/similar telnet conventions.
I was able to get their "simple" UI up on my network quickly without much fuss, after installing the binding (also really simple through the ui) it found my main repeater and shortly after about 1/2 of my devices and most of my keypads.
I was able to control lights immediately, the ones that showed up anyway. The keypads seemed non-functional but did reflect button LED status.
Again, I loaded the "simple - paper gui" and I could just control the light. This a.m. I upgrade my config from "simple" to "standard" and the dialog to do some conditionals or what they call "rules" comes up.
It looks like I have to do some re-naming to make this more easy to use, as I don't know my device ID's by number and didn't have time to pull a report yet, but they have made that renaming(for openHab)
pretty simple in the GUI also...
I also loaded binding for my Samsung TV and found it immediately, but it would let me control that yet. Not sure if I need the hub for that or not.
I'm sure this will consume my free time this weekend and I'll report back, but it looks simple and promising so far.
Side note, I'm using this on the Raspberry Pi but they have other versions for other OS as well.