I wonder if someone that has experience with this, can help me solve it. I’m using OpenHab 4.0.3, and I’m trying to create corresponding things for four TP-Link Kasa KL125 bulbs that I’ve just bought. I have already installed and configure the bulbs in the Kasa Android app. I even connected them through Alexa and Google Assistant, and I am using them that way. Now I want to configure them in OH, so that I can trigger actions based on motion movements, camera triggers and so on. Problem is, I haven’t been able to do just that after trying for three days. I already installed the binding (TP-Link Smart Home Binding) and the bulbs appear in my Inbox. I have tried the automatic and the manual options to no avail. I event tried a workaround I found on this forum telling me to register them with the IP and placing whatever text as a device ID. The IPs are all statics. Problem is, after I configure the IP and hit save, it will show as online for about a minute. Then, they come offline again, and after getting into the config, I see that the IPs have been changed automatically to something of the sort of 10.0.2.2 (My IPs are 192.168.xx.xx). The error message says: “Connection refused”, which leads me to believe that the problem has to do with authentication. So, I wonder, how can I send usr and pwd through OH so that they authenticate before connecting? I also read something in the forums about opening up “Remote Control” option in the Kasa app, but that option is not present there. The app has an option about “Third-Party Services”, but it only shows Amazon Alexa, Google Assitant, IFTTT and Samsung SmartThings. Why am I missing? I know the model is compatible with OH because it says so in the documentation.
Thanks in advance,