Wow, when I reply to a thread 5 years later, nobody ever replies Some good news and bad news…
I haven’t touched this is about 5 year (which is good news, since I haven’t needed to make any changes, but bad news since my memory on it is a bit rusty).
The other bit of bad news, is that because I am using this from 5 years ago, I am still using an old version of simple control. I am petrified to upgrade, since I was using Xcode, then uploading form dropbox IIRC–
Oh, I did not figure most of this out, I got help from JAP, and a Cisco programmer, I think I figured out some of the delays in entering the username and pw
I can’t say if the new simple control system works differently, in terms of sending the commands, but note I was NOT able to do this from the SC GUI, I had to set up one of the XCODE scripts.
I have no idea what your comfort level is, but mine was zero. So I know it is definitely doable.
I am trying to post a screen shot, but it wont seem to let me.
Where I cant specifically remember each aspect of a command, you can compare commands to see what is different.
Where it says “username” and “password” you should replace with your actual username and PW of your Cisco switch–Yes, I should have mentioned these are commands for a compatible cisco switch.
This has been a LONG time, but my recollection is that where is says “10,12” or “10,13” etc…I THINK 10 is the default VLAN, and 12 is the PORT number on the switch.
Where it says 21 or 22 etc…I believe that is the port number of the Jap receiver.
I think what you need to keep in mind, is that IIRC you are not really controlling the J+P at all–I believe all you are doing is sending commands to control the switch. To create a VPN between 2 ports, it just so happens that the J+P are on those ports. So at the end of the day, you dont really need to know anything about programming the J+P, just about programming the switch. So if you have a different switch, you probably need different commands. But since cisco is a standard, I would think if you knew Cisco, someone could “translate for you”
Code section is a “label”, not part of any command. The type is “String”
I have a cat (presumably category), as the name of the room (also a label).
Method is Lineo.
type appears to be number, and 28 for all of the devices.
This is hard to describe if you havent seen an XCODE screen.
Good luck (oh, I use Xcode, because I use a Mac, but I would imagine you can use whatever can send commands to a Cisco switch.
On the Simple control device, ALL rooms get set up with the IP of the cisco switch, then the command is based off the items below, which I would seem in a list after uploading them from Xcode). If I had to guess you could telnet, and probably send these same commands…
Code: Room 21 (Office), source 12 (DTV)–(type=String)in the value box \x0dusername\x0dpassword\x0denable\x0dconfig\x0dint gi1/1/21\x0dsw gen al vl rem 11-399\x0dsw gen al vl ad 10,12 unt\x0dexit\x0dexit\x0dexit\x0d
Code: Room 21, source 13 (type=String) in the value box \x0dusername\x0dpassword\x0denable\x0dconfig\x0dint gi1/1/21\x0dsw gen al vl rem 11-399\x0dsw gen al vl ad 10,13 unt\x0dexit\x0dexit\x0dexit\x0d
Code: room 22 source 12 (type=String) in the value box \x0dusername\x0dpassword\x0denable\x0dconfig\x0dint gi1/1/22\x0dsw gen al vl rem 11-399\x0dsw gen al vl ad 10,12 unt\x0dexit\x0dexit\x0dexit\x0d
Code: room 22 source 12 (type=String), in the value box \x0dusername\x0dpassword\x0denable\x0dconfig\x0dint gi1/1/22\x0dsw gen al vl rem 11-399\x0dsw gen al vl ad 10,13 unt\x0dexit\x0dexit\x0dexit\x0d