Originally Posted by Vince_B
1. See answer 4.
2. I doubt it, same answer as above.
3. If it's a tcp, ir, or serial then yes you can make your own or customize existing. This generally works really well.
4. No. They sold the company and the new co developed the product as a dealer product and basically is ignoring irule. I'm having issues with commands being ignored in global macros and it's pretty annoying and yeah there's no support.
5. Global cache works great. Gc100 will only let you control it with one device at a time, it's tcp session based. The itachs work really well though.
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Thanks so much! For #5
, I assume several solutions work with the Global Cache stuff? Like I don't have to go with iRule if I have GC products? I know "Simple Connect" product has their own line of bridges and stuff, but do they also work with Global Cache?
In everyone's opinion, is it worth $50 to go down the iRule route, or is there another popular and fairly easy to use solution?
I'm controlling the following. The Lutron stuff is the reason I asked #3:
Sony VPL-HW55ES with Serial (through GC-100-06)
Oppo BRP-103D (network or IR, prefer network)
Marantz SR7009 (network or IR, again prefer network)
Onkyo DX-C390 6 disk changer (IR through GC-100-06)
Roku 3 (Network)
Lutron Sivoia QS wired shade (using Lutron QSE-CI-NWK-E Network (telnet) to QS-Link bridge)
Lutron Grafik Eye QS wired (using Lutron QSE-CI-NWK-E Network (telnet) to QS-Link bridge)
Roku 2 XS (network)
Sony BluRay Player (Network?)
Sony DVD player (IR), and
Sony xbr43x800d LCD TV (network)
An old VCR (IR - if I can figure out the codes...)