Moreilly & Bleeker,
With the help of Trevorsplace, I was finally able to control my Insteon Lighting with Demopad. If you are using a "Serial" connection to the isy99i, then your only option to communicate with the isy991 via Demopad will be via the http.
First and far most important will be to determined the nodes which are basicaly the addresses for the respective "device" or "scene". Because I have my lighting dim for various reason, I utilized "scene" nodes. (Wall Scones on 9% during play, 40% if I have to pause, and 100% once movie is completed.
Step 1 - https://192.168.2.0:443/rest/nodes
- This will allow you to verify the "device" and "scenes" nodes. Of course 192.168.2.0 is actualy YOUR IP address for the isy99i. Not yelling, just want you to know to use YOUR IP address. This will be the most time consuming and probably most frustrating part of establishing commnication between DemoPad and your isy991.
A "Device" nodes will look something like:F C4 1F 5
A "Scene" noes will look something like:43542
Theater Wall Sconces (High)
Again, the "Scene" nodes are much easier to add and can be verified via a browser for accuracy. To verify your nodes will work, do the following:
If all is well, the respective device will turn on. Once you have a valid "node", start the Demopad application and you will enter in the "Action then you will access Dempad, and under Action Editor there will be -2- places that require information
Action Type - Send Data to Website
Web Data - http://username:email@example.com.../43542/cmd/DON
The username and password is what you use to access YOUR isy991. By entering as described allows Demopad to access the isy91 without prompting you to authenicate. Of course 192.168.2.0 is strictly for illustration purposes. Again, this information is unique to your isy991. The 43542 is YOUR "Scene" node.
To turn off the same device the Web data line will be as follows:http://username:firstname.lastname@example.org.../43542/cmd/DOF