September 2, 2019 at 2:23 pm #1872
OG has been working great with Blynk, but I’m not able to integrate with home assistant via MQTT. Admittedly I had to resolve a quirky network vlan issue, but it’s fine now.
I installed the core mosquito addon, temporarily allowed anonymous readwrite and tested pub/sub on my laptop on the same isolated ssid /vlan. (port 1883)
I don’t even see connection attempts in logs or packet captures. The code on GitHub looks straightforward and I’ve configured the HA IP and rebooted.
The OG component using http works, but I’d rather not poll it every 10s.
September 2, 2019 at 11:00 pm #1874
- This topic was modified 2 months, 2 weeks ago by idxman01.
This was a weird one. It started working and immediately sending mqtt traffic after I added a space after the IP. It was only 9 characters before the space.September 3, 2019 at 6:01 pm #1875
Issue #43 opened. I’ll do a pull request if I have a chance, but it appears there’s several other recent pulls involving mqtt. (#39 and 40 – which is awesome, I was looking at adding those as well.)
BTW, what is everyone doing with anonymous MQTT? Allowing readwrite to all topics or restricting anonymous connections to specific topics?October 31, 2019 at 12:10 am #2012
I have a forked build with all of the current Pull Request’s merged in (#39, #40, #41, and #42) and have been running it for a couple of months now, so I have decided to go ahead and post the build I am using!
I have versioned it at 1.2.0 for now and you can download it in the Compiled directory of my fork. If you don’t want to blindly flash a build I have created, you can always pull down my fork and build it yourself! Just make sure to compile the
buildbranch (I created my first Pull Request before I anticipated making more changes, so I had to merge all of these changes together in another branch)
I plan to work on setting up Home Assistant auto-discovery of OpenGarage devices through MQTT next.
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