Hmm dont really remember, but I think this was the solution
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@scalz said in HALO : ESP32 multi transport GW/Bridge for Mysensors:
the webapp was great, but I converted it to native crossplatform app for better versatility&perf, so I can use one app for my devices, like Ethernet for HALO etc, or Serial for my other Janus gw dongle, bluetooth..
To be honest, I've not updated anything yet for a few reasons, like very little spare time for a public release + support for such "big" project. (easier to handle local projects).
Sorry, still no eta for the moment..
It is clear that there is not enough time. But this project can become popular. That's what's missing MySensors. ...This void must be filled.
when you change the BAUD rate setting in the source/config file to something lower/other you can also use 3.3V Arduinos as (Serial)Gateway. Of cause your controller needs also to be told about the lower BAUD rate.
Check out http://wormfood.net/avrbaudcalc.php?postbitrate=9600&postclock=8 for an overview of Clockspeeds (usually 8MHz for 3.3V and 16MHz for 5V types) and coresponding BAUD rates.
Now the RPi based on a new install of Raspbian Jessie, OpenHab 1.8.0 and Mosquitto is up and running and the ESP8266 MQTT client does connect without any problems. I have not changed anything in the code but Mosquitto is now based on the RPi repository for Jessie and not the mosquito_wheezy one. That seems to have fixed it so those versions are likely different but I have not put any time into checking this.
I use a cheap Chinese 5100 module together with the MQTT gateway and it is warm but have not measured any actual temperature. Works 24 hours a day (now for a couple of months). Most problems have been due to the MQTT code implementation itself . But for most "simple" sensors it runs OK with Openhab.
Ive started out with openHAB2. I was using a Ethernet gateway and tested the mysensors binding but found the combo was too limited. I much prefer having the MQTT gateway and the data be accessible to anything that subscribes, although I also now use openHAB to republish its item changes to MQTT as well which is probably a better approach.
I don't think the main new features in version 2 are very mature at the moment as well, discovered things for example get put in to a non human readable database and the web ui's are not fully functional.
With that being said I'm using node red to provide node ID's and configuring items manually and since beta3 it's been solid as a rock.