The protocol used to talk to the console is based on what I could see being used by the EasyWeatherIP app (the version I looked at was running on my iMac under MacOS).
If there is similar software that can talk to your console (or even a later version of the software I used) then there is a chance to understand the protocol. It is not easy to know how much needs to change without knowing this. Susan On Monday, September 11, 2017 at 9:23:59 AM UTC+10, Mike Frison wrote: > > Does anyone know whether this can be adapted to the WS-2902/WH2900? > > It's a similar Fine Offset machine with wireless to console and WiFi to > router connections and easy uploads to WU, ambientweather.net, and > weathercloud. > > I have mine sending directly to WU with iptables on the router teeing them > to a Raspberry Pi 2B where the interceptor driver is feeding them to weewx, > but the HP1000 driver would be a much cleaner approach. > > I've tried it, but don't get a response from the UDP broadcast, just > repeated timeouts. (no firewall on the pi) > > Suggestions? >