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linksys_ap

Due to ADR0004 this integration was removed from Home Assistant with version 0.100, and are now republished here.

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The linksys_ap platform offers presence detection by looking at connected devices to a Linksys based access point.

It was tested with a LAPAC1750 AC1750 Dual Band Access Point.

Installation

  1. Using the tool of choice open the directory (folder) for your HA configuration (where you find configuration.yaml).
  2. If you do not have a custom_components directory (folder) there, you need to create it.
  3. In the custom_components directory (folder) create a new folder called linksys_ap.
  4. Download all the files from the custom_components/linksys_ap/ directory (folder) in this repository.
  5. Place the files you downloaded in the new directory (folder) you created.
  6. Restart Home Assistant.
  7. Move on to the configuration.

Using your HA configuration directory (folder) as a starting point you should now also have this:

custom_components/linksys_ap/__init__.py
custom_components/linksys_ap/device_tracker.py
custom_components/linksys_ap/manifest.json
custom_components/linksys_ap/sensor.py

Example configuration.yaml

device_tracker:
  - platform: linksys_ap
    host: 192.168.1.1
    username: YOUR_USERNAME
    password: YOUR_PASSWORD

Configuration options

Key Type Required Description
host string True The hostname or IP address of your access point, e.g., 192.168.1.1.
username string True The username of an user with administrative privileges (read-only is sufficient).
password string True The password for your given admin account.
verify_ssl boolean False Verify SSL certificate for HTTPS request.

Contributions are welcome!

If you want to contribute to this please read the Contribution guidelines

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