Insteon Hub 2245-222 - Pre-Defined Commands

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Maxnova
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Insteon Hub 2245-222 - Pre-Defined Commands

Post by Maxnova » Mon May 01, 2017 12:08 am

Hello Everyone,

I’m new to Demopad and I’m hoping someone with deeper knowledge than myself could possibly assist me with the integration of my Insteon Hub 2245-222 into my project. I would like to add the Insteon Hub as a device and send pre-defined commands to it.

This seems to have been discussed before a few years ago, but I am not sure if this goal of pre-defined commands to this Insteon Hub was actually achieved. I have tried the following so far:

Send data to a webpage:
Web Data (Format) : http://Hub_User_ID:Hub_Password@192.168 ... 0F12FF=I=3
Note: Fast On – 100%
Result – Light goes on as expected when assigned to a button and clicked - PASS

Pre-defined Command:
Devices - Added Device: Insteon Hub
IP Address: 192.168.1.116, Port: 25105, Type: Generic Ip. Command Suffix: \x0D\x0A

Command Name : Fast On – 100%
Data: GET /3?02623547270F12FF=I=3 HTTP/1.1

Result 1– Used Test Command = Command Sent, No response at the light – FAIL
Result 2 – Assigned command to a button, fired from GUI, No response at the light – FAIL

Data: /3?02623547270F12FF=I=3 HTTP/1.1 (Removed GET )
Result 3 – Assigned command to a button, fired from the GUI, No response at the light – FAIL

If sending these pre-defined commands for this hub has already been resolved, could someone please provide some instruction as to how it was done with possibly an example.

Thank you

cv27
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Re: Insteon Hub 2245-222 - Pre-Defined Commands

Post by cv27 » Fri Jun 02, 2017 6:24 pm

For some reason, I missed your post back in April. If still relevant, add \x0D\x0A to the command itself, as well as specifying the suffix as \x0D\x0A on the device properties tab. Also, specify http 1.0 instead of 1.1.

So your command should look like this:
GET /3?02623547270F12FF=I=3 HTTP/1.0\x0D\x0A

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