Station Status
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Maybe the best way is to use a Raspberry Pi in the local net which accesses the web interface of the receiver, parses the html code and extracts all the info needed to judge the status and take action. Another advantage would be that one could then sniff the raw data sent to the server.
This solution avoids any additional traffic on the servers. I am just busy with another project so I cannot try it, but maybe somebody else has some free time...
On the longer run an addition to the firmware would be nice which could deliver all status info in a well readable format such that the parsing is simpler.
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Station Status - by bradld - 2017-08-23, 20:04
RE: Station Status - by allsorts - 2017-08-25, 09:37
Station Status - by DelandeC - 2017-08-25, 16:58
RE: Station Status - by allsorts - 2017-08-25, 23:20
RE: Station Status - by pasense - 2017-08-27, 14:28
RE: Station Status - by allsorts - 2017-08-28, 23:49

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