Tellstick Net API Without Live

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Tellstick Net API Without Live

Postby g_bergqvist » Sun Jan 01, 2012 2:01 pm

Dear Sir,

I wonder if there is an API, like in C# or Java, to access a Tellstick NET from a Windows PC without using the Live service. I do not want any connection to the internet and I need to write my own software in order to integrate the Tellstick NET properly to the rest of the home automation systems in my house.

EDIT: I would have used a Tellstick DUO, but the distance from the computer to the Tellstick would be too great. In my house there are network cables to good positions for a Tellstick NET, but unfortunately it would not be possible to add active USB cables - thus a Tellstick DUO cannot solve the problem, but a Tellstick NET would be perfect if it was only possible to control without any external internet services, preferrably from some major development platform, like Visual Studio or such like.

Yours sincerely,
G Bergqvist
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Re: Tellstick Net API Without Live

Postby krambriw » Sun Jan 01, 2012 3:12 pm

It will come but is not available yet.

If you need a solution today and cannot wait undefined time, you can always use a cheap usb server and then connect duo to it. I have tried that myself and it works pretty nice.

There was also another post regarding the use of usb servers here
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Re: Tellstick Net API Without Live

Postby micke.prag » Mon Jan 02, 2012 9:38 am

As krambriw said, it is a planned feature. You can follow it here:
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Re: Tellstick Net API Without Live

Postby arb2040 » Tue Jan 03, 2012 6:59 pm

Also 'desperately' awaiting this! Have written my own software (PHP) and wish to communicate directly with my Tellstick Net.
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Re: Tellstick Net API Without Live

Postby decharre » Wed Apr 18, 2012 7:17 pm

Hi, anyone succeeded in doing this ? I am also in desperate need to switch my devices locally.
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