For mine, "wall remote" was the existing wired wall "switch" that was next to my interior door that I have used to open and turn on the garage light when in the garage.alexellis wrote:Excellent tutorial, but what is a 'wall remote' and can you give us a picture of how you have soldered into it?
Thanks tube013 for helping with the reply. Yep, that's exactly what I meant by "wall remote". You wired up pretty much the same way I did.tube013 wrote:For mine, "wall remote" was the existing wired wall "switch" that was next to my interior door that I have used to open and turn on the garage light when in the garage.alexellis wrote:Excellent tutorial, but what is a 'wall remote' and can you give us a picture of how you have soldered into it?
These are the pics I posted in my post above, that show the circuit board from inside the wall remote/switch and where I soldered (a wire to each side of the switch essentially).
xpark wrote:Hey Love your project, Its amazing
Could you please just tell me how i can change the background color of the website, i want it black
Thanks a lot for sharing your project!
Why does it only work from outside the network. If you're using a dynamic DNS hostname, can you ping the DNS name from inside the network? How about pinging by IP from both outside and inside? If you can't reach the external IP from inside the network, it could be that your router is blocking connections originating inside from communicating with its outside address; you'll have to use the inside local (usually 192.168.x.x) IP. Have you tried connecting to the stream that works outside via the local IP of the Pi?xpark wrote:Hey,
I installed my webcam using the following tutorial- http://jacobsalmela.com/raspberry-pi-we ... -internet/
But i can access it in the webiopi only from outside the network
So i added another stream with the internal ip address which works when i m on the same network
So one stream works when im on another network and the other works when im on the same network, is there any way i can just use one stream which works on both, same and another network,?
Thanks rgviewer!rgviewer wrote:I have done this following your guide and I must say I love it very much. I have everything running like you in your video except I only have 1 garage door and only one garage button and garage light. Camera works really good to. The one problem that I have is that when ever I loose power or if I reset the pi then I have to use putty to get back into the pi and type the following:
is there anyway to auto restart the camera after loosing power or after rebooting the pi?
Thanks very much