Posted On: 04/10/2016
By: Dan Russ
A: The IR data port, default is UDP port 65432, but you can change the IR
data port via the web interface. You would also need to 'port forward'
this port to the IP address of the Target module, on the router at the
Posted On: 26/09/2015
A: When used as an IR repeater a pair of Kira module will send as many
repeats codes as the remote requires. So if the button on the remote is
held down then the remote will output IR codes repeatedly and the Kira
will send each one.
If you use a Kira and store an IR code into memory then when you press
the button once you will get one code sent. That is the normal behaviour
for web page buttons. I will look and see if we can find some code to
make the web buttons repeat when held. If used with an App then it is
down to the App to do the repeats.
Posted On: 18/04/2012
A: Basically you are correct the Target is specified by IP address not
hostname. So if the Target modules are using DHCP there would be a
possibility of getting assigned a different name after a power fail or
You could let the modules get a DHCP address then switch off DHCP on the
modules options web page, and save - that would save the setting with
the current IP address but that is a bit naughty as the IP address would
be within the DHCP range of addresses. If you want to reach all Targets
you can set the last byte of the Target address to 255 and the module
will broadcast over the local network. All targets on that network
Posted On: 20/07/2011
A: Yes you can
Posted On: 28/06/2011
By: Peter Brown
A: Yes they are.