I have mentioned this in another part of the forum and did see a response, but I have done a little research and so far I have got a PDF to send to someone there with all the ELK automation info for the IP controls. The ELK automation controller and insteon are a must for me. I know that Craig already has lots of insteon devices so I'm pretty sure he's working on that one. The other which would be really great would be the new Samsung LED model number for instance would be UN55D7000 this has a full querty keyboard and tones of internet based apps including skype and netflix. Any help needed let me know and I will do my best, as for the ELK info if you guys want it let me know where to email it.
Looks like you have the same system as me. Samsung
55D7000, Elk Pro, and ISY99-Pro to control my insteon lighting. I recently acquired RedEye and completed the setup for all of my devices. The last part of my project is to get RedEye to talk to my lighting and code for controlling Boxee and XBMC. Any suggestions out there?
This may be too late...I don't know the ISY99 (other than by reputation) as I use HomeSeer (HS) running on W7 for Insteon/X10 control. I have bi-direction IP working. HS feeding status info (garage open, caller ID, iTunes track, time) and RedEye sending lighting control and iTunes play commands. If ISY is capable of basic HTML-GET you can make it update and control RedEye as defined in the RedEye Advanced Programming manual under the API server heading.
HS includes a basic web server, so it makes sending commands easy. Don't know if ISY does such or not. If so, it's pretty straight forward to have RedEye send HTML commands to ISY, if it doesn't run a web server you may be stuck as something on ISY needs to "catch" the HTTP command.
For Boxee and XBMC there are plenty of post on the forums on IP control. I believe, "don't hold me to this" that they have and IP code set for Boxee/XBMC "they are one and the same" in the data base. For others that want IP control of a device that is not in the data base, I recommend you create one your self, VS waiting for one. Unlike IR, there isn't a data base that can be purchased. So they have stated before that they can only create data base for a devices they have or for devices other users share.
Now how to do that can take a little research. Google is your friend. LOL. Unfortunately there isn't a simple solution to find info on each and every device. I would start, before even trying to get the Redeye working is to try and control some thing from your web browser command line. Once you got that working its easy to insert it into the Redeye.
This a sample to control XBMC from the browser window.