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    Can't really comment on personal views with...

    Can't really comment on personal views with respect to zoning, but it seems to me you are missing a rather vital element here. In essence the first thing you should do is replace the original wired...
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    Interesting.... I have Honeywell Home app...

    Interesting....

    I have Honeywell Home app installed on my Android phone but the icon matches the TCC app. In fact, Play Store informs me that I have the TCC app installed, not Home like the local...
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    It was out between 8:42 and 9:23 CETD. No...

    It was out between 8:42 and 9:23 CETD. No maintenance screen, only timeouts.
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    Okay, so up until the fourth space in the short...

    Okay, so up until the fourth space in the short answer applies :cool:
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    Short answer: You need the HGI80 and even then...

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    You need the HGI80 and even then I'm not sure whether this part of the protocol has been deciphered yet.

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    The web based protocol used by both the RFG100 and the Wifi...
  6. Actually, the web based API does support backup...

    Actually, the web based API does support backup and restore of schedules and this call is made available through Watchforstock's python library (and is also available as a compilable demo in my C++...
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    Obviously it's the user that determines how the...

    Obviously it's the user that determines how the system is used. If the objective is more comfort you'll likely see a higher usage with this system. In my case most of my home was effectively unheated...
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    May still work better, depending on the...

    May still work better, depending on the orientation of your view. I actually sourced part of my HR92s from the isle because they are mounted on the corner side of the room and I have to look at them...
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    Hate to disappoint you, but the continental...

    Hate to disappoint you, but the continental versions are not sideways but upside down.
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    NaN is an acronym for "Not a Number". The...

    NaN is an acronym for "Not a Number". The straight forward conclusion from this is that the unit is either not reporting temperature or communication is somehow distorted. You could try new batteries...
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    Don't really know how that SMTP stuff is supposed...

    Don't really know how that SMTP stuff is supposed to be related to Evohome, but SMTP is the internet mail transfer protocol. This starts with your client and ends with the mail server that hosts your...
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    I still have the occasional issue with overrides...

    I still have the occasional issue with overrides being accepted by the portal but not executed by my home system.
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    I don't think what you intend to do can work....

    I don't think what you intend to do can work. Creating the object/instance will cause the "__init_" procedure to be executed. Of course a failed login due to the imposed session limit does not keep...
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    armv5te - and it's really just python misbehaving...

    armv5te - and it's really just python misbehaving like that.

    Previous entry should apply to both APIs. In both cases the library requires you to supply your credentials on creation of the client...
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    Not too big on python myself and I also hate the...

    Not too big on python myself and I also hate the fact that running watchforstock's library takes 40-50 seconds to load and execute on the embedded system I use. But as far as I can see python does...
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    I'd say it should be possible to query the key...

    I'd say it should be possible to query the key value and save it to a file and then on re-entry skip the login and fetch the key from the file instead. An alternative could be to break up the script...
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    You need to store and re-use the auth key between...

    You need to store and re-use the auth key between your script runs.

    For v1 API: the session key will stay valid if you do at least one call every 12 minutes.

    For v2 API: the session will stay...
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    That's not what I said, nor is what I meant to...

    That's not what I said, nor is what I meant to say.

    The thing here is that we do not all use the official app only to connect to the portal. People have been using (python) scripts to pull data...
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    Yeah well the thing here is the word 'addresses'...

    Yeah well the thing here is the word 'addresses' - it's rarely a single schoolkid playing with his computer connected to a 9600 baud modem like in the movies. I've had days where my logs showed over...
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    As I said before: from the limiting of connection...

    As I said before: from the limiting of connection attempts (whether successful or not) I conclude that they are trying to fight server overloads from what will most likely be hacking attempts....
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    I think one should consider the other possibility...

    I think one should consider the other possibility that the outages are not caused by Honeywell themselves but by outside parties, like hackers, script-kiddies firing password guessing routines from...
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    I don't use the official app. Not normally...

    I don't use the official app. Not normally anyway. The logs are from a home automation project that I use to channel my commands.
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    Ow!!! I actually just checked the temperature...

    Ow!!!

    I actually just checked the temperature log. Investigating the application log it turns out the portal started refusing login (renewal) at 4:59 PM. By sheer luck I just happened to have a...
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    Quick catch... I did an override on two zones...

    Quick catch...

    I did an override on two zones around 7:30 PM and the log shows that this override was in fact executed. The temperature in the two rooms were clearly rising, but from 7:50 PM it is...
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    Ehhh... yes. If you use a BDR to control the UFH...

    Ehhh... yes. If you use a BDR to control the UFH pump then you will automatically save on your electricity bill. This comes with the risk that the pump may no longer function if the heating has been...
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