- first release
- english translation
The current release can be found here: https://github.com/Gagi2k/LoxBerry-Plugin-WifiScanner/archive/v1.1.zip
All releases are listed here: https://github.com/Gagi2k/LoxBerry-Plugin-WifiScanner/releases
The plugin can be installed as zip file into Loxberry. Similar to all other plugins.
You can activate the scanner using the "Activate Scanner" button.
The scanner will scan for new users in a periodic manner, which can be setup in the next step.
The ComboBox after the "Activate Scanner" button defines the scanning interval.
A new user can be added by using the "New User" button. The now appearing fields can be used to configure this user.
Every user needs to be identified by it's name. The plugin doesn't check that the names are unique, but the name will be used for sending the data to the miniserver, which can lead to problems if the users are not unique.
For every user you can setup one or more MAC addresses. Multiple addresses can be added separated by ;
The MAC addresses can be found in the network overview of your FritzBox or by using a scanning software like LANScan.
You can setup the FritzBox address and port in the "FritzBox connection" section. Most of the times nothing need to be changed here.
The "Miniserver connection" section is used for setting up the UDP port which will be used for sending the data to the miniserver.
After activating the scanner and saving the configuration a first scan will be initiated. The result of this scan can be found in the log file, which can be opened using the "Open Logfile" button.
Functionality of the plugin
The plugin is based on this script from the wiki.
Most of the times, the plugin is used for presence detection of certain users in your Wifi network. For that users can be setup with one or more mac addresses. The plugin will scan periodically for the setup mac addresses by fetching this information from the FritzBox. The result will be send to the miniserver using the UDP protocol.
Setup in the Loxone Config Software
First a new Virtueller UDP Input needs to be added. The UDP Port needs to be the same port that was setup in the plugin configuration.
Following an example setting up the default port:
For every user a new Virtual UDP Input Command needs to be added.
Use the following command recognition:
\i<USER>:\i\v<USER> needs to be replaced by the user setup in your plugin configuration.
Following an example for the user "Dominik"
- Scan for IP addresses
- independence from the FritzBox
Asking questions and reporting problems
Question about the plugin will be answered in the forum or in this wiki page. Please report your errors here.