I neither find “pcap4j-sample.jar” nor “org.pcap4j.sample.SendArpRequest”…
Ok, now I know, the above command makes no sense, as I seem to not have samples! Is there a way to check the libpcap-Installation? As I wrote in my thread, the dashbutton worked for a day or to and then stopped - neither reboot nor OH2-restart seem to help…
@binderthSendArpRequest is a .class inside pcap4j-sample.jar.
Maybe the only thing is missing is: pcap4j-sample.jar. But I don’t know if you can find one which is corresponding to your installation. You can find it e.g. here:
Did you add them in the PaperUI as Things?
I configured them solely via config-files - After some digging into the case, I learned, the binding doesn’t need the dash buttons as a Thing, just in a rule, so I deleted them from my .thing configuration file and only have them in the rules - but as expected this didn’t change anything… They don’t fire as they did just after the Installation…
I don’t think mine go into factory reset or anything - as the appear online in my Fritz.Box UI and I can ping them, if activated - so I assume some configuration issues within OH2…
My model numbers are also JK29LP for the five new ones - the old ones are glued to my washing machine and dryer and I don’t want to remove them!
Yes, I configured them via PaperUI. I don’t have a .things file for my Dash Buttons. My older ones were detected by searching in inbox (PaperUI -->inbox --> “Search for things” --> “Amazon Dash Button Binding” --> Pressing my new Dash Button once --> then it was detected automatically and shown in inbox -->click on the blue hook --> add as thing.
My newer ones: I had to do an other procedure: PaperUI --> inbox–> “Search for things” --> “Amazon Dash Button Binding” --> Pressing my new Dash Button once -->nothing is shown in inbox -->Add manually --> “Amazon Dash Button” --> Configuration --> Select network interface --> fill in MAC-Address! MAC-Address format is: 00:80:41:ae:fd:7e That’s it!
I have the same behavior, the dash button dont appear in the inbox, but work, if I add it manually. That works for me, but did anybody know, why it dont appear in the inbox?
Its just for my curiosity.
in the meantime, I digged deep and after some hours comparing the prod setup with my test setup (where I successfully managed to install the dashbuttons), I found out, that on my prod setup somehow the libpcap-installation was removed. I’m not sure, how this could happen. At some stage I used “apt-get autoremove” for some unused package… But I never explicitely removed libpcap. After reinstalling and rebooting (not sure how to achieve this without reboot), it works now again as intended.