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post #6571 of 9759
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Originally Posted by krichter1 View Post


I attached a few of the custom pages in case anyone has any suggestions for a better layout!


Kevin,

Great work. An excellent layout. I wish you would save your artwork to the iRule user database. I would love to "steal" some of your hard work.

A question about your layout. When you need to adjust the lights during the movie or whenever the lights are lowered, do you jump to the Lutron page, then back to page you were on? I have been putting a "lights on" and "lights off" button on each page.
post #6572 of 9759
Do you know how to "capture/grab" the network codes(ip codes) for a device, or is it only accessible for installers?
post #6573 of 9759
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Originally Posted by Deepsky4565 View Post

Has anyone used IP control for the Sony VPL-VW1000ES? I think I need a port number, but can't find what to use.

Looks like it supports telnet so why don't you try the standard port 23.
post #6574 of 9759
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Originally Posted by jacket_fan View Post

Kevin,

Great work. An excellent layout. I wish you would save your artwork to the iRule user database. I would love to "steal" some of your hard work.

A question about your layout. When you need to adjust the lights during the movie or whenever the lights are lowered, do you jump to the Lutron page, then back to page you were on? I have been putting a "lights on" and "lights off" button on each page.


Thanks Jacket! Definitely a lot of work but so far my main test went pretty well today (just bumming I couldn't get my JVC RS55 projector working over IP even though I followed the Entrance instruction of 'PJREQ\\x0A' every 3.5 seconds). I thought about that myself and actually tried that but the layout looked a little tight so that bulb is the link to my Lutron page you see.

post #6575 of 9759
Sorry if I am being stupid but how can I see the attachments associated with the thread
Thanks Neale
post #6576 of 9759
My DirecTV HDDVR is dying and I need to replace it. Right now I have the HR21 that I control over RS232. Is the new model (HR24?) controllable over RS232 or IP? I would prefer IP...
Thanks.
post #6577 of 9759
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Originally Posted by nrwatson View Post

Sorry if I am being stupid but how can I see the attachments associated with the thread
Thanks Neale

Not exactly sure what you mean but on any attached pictures or images you should just be able to click on it and it will bring up a larger image. Use a right click mouse to 'Save as...' if you want.

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Originally Posted by ArieS1204 View Post

My DirecTV HDDVR is dying and I need to replace it. Right now I have the HR21 that I control over RS232. Is the new model (HR24?) controllable over RS232 or IP? I would prefer IP...
Thanks.

IP is what you want on the new HR's from DirecTV.
post #6578 of 9759
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Originally Posted by ArieS1204 View Post

My DirecTV HDDVR is dying and I need to replace it. Right now I have the HR21 that I control over RS232. Is the new model (HR24?) controllable over RS232 or IP? I would prefer IP...
Thanks.

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Originally Posted by krichter1 View Post

IP is what you want on the new HR's from DirecTV.

I control my HR21, 22, and 34 all over IP, I believe the 24 can as well.
Clam
post #6579 of 9759
Thanks all, I will call them!
post #6580 of 9759
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Originally Posted by runnernorth View Post

Do you know how to "capture/grab" the network codes(ip codes) for a device, or is it only accessible for installers?

There's no way that I know of to use a sniffer like application to interrogate your device output all supported IP/RS232 commands (like how the iLearner device outputs the hex string from the IR codes).

You usually have to search the net for your manufacturers IP/RS232 "protocol guide".
post #6581 of 9759
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Originally Posted by krichter1 View Post

There's no way that I know of to use a sniffer like application to interrogate your device output all supported IP/RS232 commands (like how the iLearner device outputs the hex string from the IR codes).

You usually have to search the net for your manufacturers IP/RS232 "protocol guide".

Wouldn't you be able to setup Wireshark to capture all traffic for that specific port? Then, you would need to be accurate with timestamps to sift through the output.

EDIT: Nevermind, I highly doubt that the device outputs the commands without an associated input (which we don't know in this case).
post #6582 of 9759
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Originally Posted by dykz34 View Post

EDIT: Nevermind, I highly doubt that the device outputs the commands without an associated input (which we don't know in this case).

That is the issue.

That would be cool if there was a command "dumpallcommands".
post #6583 of 9759
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Originally Posted by krichter1 View Post

...just bumming I couldn't get my JVC RS55 projector working over IP even though I followed the Entrance instruction of 'PJREQ\\x0A' every 3.5 seconds...

So the RS55 can't be controlled over IP? Just wondering because I'm considering this app and I have an RS45.
post #6584 of 9759
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Originally Posted by krichter1 View Post


Not exactly sure what you mean but on any attached pictures or images you should just be able to click on it and it will bring up a larger image. Use a right click mouse to 'Save as...' if you want.

IP is what you want on the new HR's from DirecTV.

Sorry hadn't gone far enough back in the thread late night :-)
post #6585 of 9759
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Originally Posted by krichter1 View Post

Looks like it supports telnet so why don't you try the standard port 23.

Thanks for the tip, I'll try that when I can.
post #6586 of 9759
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Originally Posted by krichter1 View Post


There's no way that I know of to use a sniffer like application to interrogate your device output all supported IP/RS232 commands (like how the iLearner device outputs the hex string from the IR codes).

You usually have to search the net for your manufacturers IP/RS232 "protocol guide".

Krichter1, thx for your reply, too bad it's that hard to get these ip codes. But I actually managed to "find" the rs232 codes for my device, but are the 232 codes exactly the same as the IP codes? I've contacted Onkyo and asked to have IP codes fir my 5509, but they refused, ONLY to installers they said, damn.....
post #6587 of 9759
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Originally Posted by dykz34 View Post

Wouldn't you be able to setup Wireshark to capture all traffic for that specific port? Then, you would need to be accurate with timestamps to sift through the output.

EDIT: Nevermind, I highly doubt that the device outputs the commands without an associated input (which we don't know in this case).

Thx for your concern anyway :-)
post #6588 of 9759
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Originally Posted by krichter1 View Post

Thanks Jacket! Definitely a lot of work but so far my main test went pretty well today (just bumming I couldn't get my JVC RS55 projector working over IP even though I followed the Entrance instruction of 'PJREQ\\x0A' every 3.5 seconds). I thought about that myself and actually tried that but the layout looked a little tight so that bulb is the link to my Lutron page you see.


The actual command for PJREQ is \\x50\\x4A\\x52\\x45\\x51 (converted to ASCII)

I have successfully controlled my X70 using iRule and I have shared my commands. Search for JVC under Vendor and X30/X70/X90/RS45/55/65 under model.

Look for the following command:

"PJREQ (Establish Network Connection)"

I have included it on the JVC's entrance and set it up to repeat every 4.5s.

I hope it helps.
post #6589 of 9759
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Originally Posted by runnernorth View Post


Krichter1, thx for your reply, too bad it's that hard to get these ip codes. But I actually managed to "find" the rs232 codes for my device, but are the 232 codes exactly the same as the IP codes? I've contacted Onkyo and asked to have IP codes fir my 5509, but they refused, ONLY to installers they said, damn.....

Shame on Onkyo!

Marantz has all of the IP Codes for my SR6006 available for download on their website.
post #6590 of 9759
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Originally Posted by RDHolmes View Post


Shame on Onkyo!

Marantz has all of the IP Codes for my SR6006 available for download on their website.

Yes, you're right, see the reply from Onkyo when I asked for the codes, BANDITS!!!


Dear Mr. Jansen.
Thank you for your email.
Please may we ask you for refference?
We hope for your understanding, since we provide these codes for proffessional installers only.

MfG / Sincere Regards
Customer care / PL / DR / MC / SK / UZ
ONKYO Europe Electronics GmbH
Liegnitzerstr. 6
D-82194 Groebenzell / Germany
post #6591 of 9759
The ISCP onkyo control protocol is readily available on the web. It contains information on both the rs232 ISCP protocol as well as what they call eISCP which is the same commands implemented in a simple tcp packet protocol. You can also check out the Onkyo ISCP plugin for eventghost for python code on how to construct and decode the eISCP packets.
post #6592 of 9759
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Originally Posted by bcg27 View Post

The ISCP onkyo control protocol is readily available on the web. It contains information on both the rs232 ISCP protocol as well as what they call eISCP which is the same commands implemented in a simple tcp packet protocol. You can also check out the Onkyo ISCP plugin for eventghost for python code on how to construct and decode the eISCP packets.

Thx, I searched and found the protocol;-), who needs Onkyo support when people like you are around:-)
- now I ONLY remain teaching how to put which codes into iRulebuilder ;-))))), have just finished learning how to implement global cache codes into iRulebuilder, bit of a job for me:-/
post #6593 of 9759
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Originally Posted by krichter1 View Post

Thanks John!

They are under 'Transport' images when you search the iRule DB but I included a blank one here for you.

Thanks - that was a great idea to get room for more sources.

JOhn
post #6594 of 9759
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Originally Posted by runnernorth View Post

Thx, I searched and found the protocol;-), who needs Onkyo support when people like you are around:-)
- now I ONLY remain teaching how to put which codes into iRulebuilder ;-))))), have just finished learning how to implement global cache codes into iRulebuilder, bit of a job for me:-/

Why are you not just using the stock onkyo/integra RS-232 codes alread available in the Builder?

SC
post #6595 of 9759
The stock Integra/Onkyo codes are a great starting point - but they don't have everything. If you have the protocol information, you can look at the stock codes and add anything else you want to it. But, as ecrabb infered, start with the stock codes!

It will save you a headache for sure!
post #6596 of 9759
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Originally Posted by zoio View Post


The actual command for PJREQ is \\x50\\x4A\\x52\\x45\\x51 (converted to ASCII)

I have successfully controlled my X70 using iRule and I have shared my commands. Search for JVC under Vendor and X30/X70/X90/RS45/55/65 under model.

Look for the following command:

"PJREQ (Establish Network Connection)"

I have included it on the JVC's entrance and set it up to repeat every 4.5s.

I hope it helps.

IRule can do hex and/or ASCII. So you can simply use PJREQ to establish connection. What is confusing about their docs is that their commands terminate with \\x0A yet PJREQ needs no such termination.

Alex
post #6597 of 9759
If you want to add a new command and don't feel up to constructing it yourself straight from the protocol definition this is what I would do:
1. Download the latest version of eventghost to your computer if you don't have it already
2. Add the onkyo iscp plugin
3. Configure the iscp plugin to point to the correct ip address and port (60128 by default) of your onkyo receiver
4. Download wireshark
5. Start wireshark and open up the network interface your computer uses
6. In the filter entry write tcp.dstport==60128 (or whatever port you configured your onkyo to listen on)
6. In eventghost right click on configuration tree and add a new macro. Call it onkyo test or whatever you want
7. Right click on the macro and say add action. Navigate to onkyo iscp and choose send command. a window will pop up for you to enter the command from the excel document you found.
8. Choose the new code you want to enter - for example power off is PWR00.
9. Then hit test. Tab over to your wireshark window and there should be a new packet. Click on it and then look at the data. That is the command you need to send. If you right click on the data a menu will pop up and select copy value and you can paste the command somewhere.

Repeat 8 + 9 for all the new commands you want to add. Hope this helps
post #6598 of 9759
Is there anyway to put a page jump at the end of a button macro? SJ
post #6599 of 9759
Like Disker72 says, it doesn't have all the commands for my 5509, AND, I would like to know how to do it, maybe a bit to much to me, but think I'll give it a try;-)
post #6600 of 9759
bcg27 thx, that looks interesting, I'll try it and see if I manage to make it work. GREAT tutorial , thx :-)
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