Zipatile2-MQTT

Dima shared this problem 10 months ago
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Hello everybody!

Has anyone from the community tried enabling the MQTT Protocol on Zipatile2? I've been banging my head against the wall for days) I make settings similar to Zipatile1, but to no avail (data is not published to the broker). If someone was able to do this, please tell me.

Advance thanks).

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More than 6 months have passed since I opened the ticket concerning the MQTT issue on the Zipatile 2. The last notice from the support was 5 month ago. So what the hell are you doing?? Or is there no one at the help desk anymore?

It is unbelievable that there is no progress.

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Looks like a zipatile 2 problem. On a zipabox i don't have a problem but i know someone who has the same problem you described. I suggest you submit a ticket.


John

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Hi John.

I opened the ticket a week ago. Dino tried to help me yesterday)) update the firmware, roll back the firmware version, update, reboot, change the broker........ etc. All standard tips), but there is no result, that's why I decided to contact the community.

p.s: On Zipatile1, MQTT works without problems (MajorDomo, HomeAssist, ioBroker.)

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Hi Dima,

The person i was talking about installed MQTTBox on a windows machine and observed there was no MQTT message coming from the Zipatile and plenty from his Openhab + Raspberry configuration.


Whe compared our MQTT config files from the Zipato - API and they were just the same.


It looks that somehow, on a zipatile, you can create a MQTT network but it simply not activated.

I am running here a Zipabox 2 with Mosquitto / Openhab / Nodered etc and have no problems whatsoever.

Must be somehow related to a Zipato 2.

John

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Thank you John, I think so too.

If you have any additional information about this issue in the near future, please send it to this topic.

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Hi Dima,

I am the one who has the same problems like you have.


I also opened a ticket. Mario, who is in this case my counterpart at the support side, told me that the developer crew has to check if MQTT is already fully implemented. Whatever that means.

The ticket was opened roughly two weeks ago but by now no progress.

Bernd

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Hi Bernd.

Let's hope that this issue will be resolved soon.

Stay in Touch)

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Still no progress.

Ticket is obviously on hold. nobody is caring as it looks.

By now the "solving period" for my problems was really short, but this time.... :-(

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Happy New Year to all!!!

Going into the New Year without MQTT))

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Two months have passed, there is no result and no one answers to the tickets. Maybe someone has at least some information about the MQTT protocol on Zipatile2?

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Hi all,

For my part with a Zipatile 2, application version 3.2.8-32800 and Version HW: 6, FW: 0X27 (39) I manage to send the information to the broker.

However, it is impossible to send commands from the broker.

The broker records the commands well but the zipatile does not seem to read them

Do you have any feedback / solutions?


thank you in advance

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Hi Adrien.

If you don't mind, publish the API settings.

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That's not on API.

It's whith the Zipatile MQTT Client.

In Applications -> Internal -> 3 Dots -> MQTT Client

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Hi Adrian.

This setting enables publishing only internal Zipatile devices to the broker. We are discussing another setting here, it publishes all the attributes of all devices connected to Zipatile (zigbee, z-wave, virtual, etc.).

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4 months have passed, and there is no result!

Thanks to Zipato for the "stability"! ;)

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Sorry, I didn't understand that ...

Maybe someone has a solution for me

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More than 6 months have passed since I opened the ticket concerning the MQTT issue on the Zipatile 2. The last notice from the support was 5 month ago. So what the hell are you doing?? Or is there no one at the help desk anymore?

It is unbelievable that there is no progress.

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Hello @Bernd!

I got tired of waiting, I switched my automation to " HA " and am very happy about it. I advise you to consider switching to "home assistant".

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Hi Dima,

switching to HA would mean to start right from scratch for the second time. More than 90 devices and about 60 rules that is not funny either. So I will wait a little more. Hope dies last.

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Hello @Bernd!

Is hope still alive? How much patience do you have?


10 months have passed since the ticket was created, but nothing happens, apparently Zipato needs a little more time to eliminate the shortcomings)) or not necessary)) or it works so well)) I'm laughing at what's going on!

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