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Hi all - was wondering if the following is possible: I have a motion detecting ccrv software on PC (icam or similar) - there is a bottom that turn surveillance (motion detection) on and off. I can get autoit to automate the clicking on the button. I want my android phone to send a trigger every time it disconnect from the home network (i.e when I leave home) to tell autoit to turn on surveillance and when reconnecting to home network to trigger it to click off does any one have a suggestion how to go about achieving this?
Just curious. Anybody have a Wemo switch or two at home? I enjoy mine and use them to control some lamps and the kids tv. The Wemo program sucks but being how it interfaces with IFTTT that is what really makes them powerful. Still even with IFTTT I do not have a super fast/easy way to turn on/off a switch without opening the app or using one of my IFTTT triggers like a text message. I am looking for a way to make a GUI or a script that can turn on/off my switches with AutoIT so I can do it easy from my computer desktop with a few clicks. Just not sure the best/easiest way to interface Wemo stuff to AutoIT. Directly it would most probably need to be network command related (seen these switches "used" from Backtrack by sending commands to the wireless network) so the much easier way is probably by interfacing to an IFTTT trigger. What is the best/easiest one I have no idea so came here to ask. Bonus points if there is some way to see current switch status of off/on and show that in GUI. For now my first starting place will be create an e-mail trigger and try the SMTP UDF we have to send a mail. I have not gotten that UDF working yet but maybe its the firewall I am behind right now so I'll try again later at home.