HFTobeason wrote:I have two Proliphix thermostats that are in a remote location. Both report to the Proliphix Remote Management web site. I am trying to figure out how to scrape the data off that web site into Indigo variables. The issue I'm faced with is figuring out how to log in to the Proliphix site. The page, "https://access.proliphix.com/Login.php" requires a username/password response. I cannot figure out how to get curl to work in this case. Any help/ideas much appreciated. Thank you.
curl -k -u UserName:PassWord https://access.proliphix.com/Login.php
HFTobeason wrote:...From the reading I've done, it seems as if I may have multiple layers of problems here - even if I figure out how to get past the login page, the Proliphix site may require cookies, and the page I ultimately want to scrape is presented in a frame. Any further guidance most appreciated.
seanadams wrote:This guy has a program for polling and graphing the data from a pholiphix: http://www.anders.com/projects/thermostat-graph/
I just had a brief look at it - he appears to be using a URL which polls the values by OID (in a direct way - not screen-scraping)...
berkinet wrote:I think HFTobeason's problem is a little different. He is not on the same network as his thermostats and needs to get the data via a web reflector (Proliphix Remote Management web site), thus the need for curl to log into the reflector web site first.
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