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Hello, I bought a learning module on www.geeklink.com.cn site is very good and cheap, but it works with an app own I would like to send commands and receive via OpenRemote, anyone know how to find out that UDP transmission?

I'm using KIRA with UDP Listener. There are some How-to pages available.

Posted by aktur at May 27, 2015 07:34

The Kira has cost loud Geeklink is very cheap U $ 32.00 if you had a way to find out the UDP codes would be very interesting. The model Kira that you use is for various IR controls or only one, which model you are using

Posted by josep112 at May 27, 2015 17:13

I don't quite understand what are you asking, anyway I'll try to answer the best I can.

The KIRA has an utility program, which can learn the received IR codes. Then, the codes can be copied to Openremote's UDP protocol.
I'm using http://www.keene.co.uk/keene-ir-anywhere-ir-over-ip-module-single.html

Posted by aktur at May 27, 2015 18:29

Hello Michall
Sorry not be managed properly explain. The geeklink is a learning Go, but has an app own I would like to use it with OpenRemote, but do not know how to discover the UDP codes, put a sniffer on it and realized that uses UDP port 9100, there is some software I I get figured out how to use it in OpenRemote?

Posted by josep112 at May 27, 2015 18:40
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