That’s a shame because I was hoping to have a button on my work hub trigger an event on my home hub.
I wanted to use IFTTT
Trigger - Work Button Pressed (Fibaro Button)
Action - Turn on ST Switch Home
But if they are separate accounts then this will not work.
UPDATE: EVEN Two accounts doesn’t work. Just found this OLD 2014 thread which saied ST was working on fixing it so two hubs could work with IFTTT HAHA another two year old tread with support claiming something is being worked on and yet it still doesn’t work.
Use CoRE on both, setup a do piston on the home hub to turn the switch on. Setup an IF pistonon the work and have it execute a http request where the URL is the dashboard URL of the home CoRE instance, but replace “dashboard” with “execute/pistonName” where pistonName is the name of the home piston (the one that sets the switch on). Replace any spaces in the name with %20 or just don’t use any space in the name.
I understood none of that, haha. When you say “its dashboard” what is that ? And what https requests is it making, that would be my point of what site is it reaching out to? I don’t see that documented.
The dashboard is an utility that helps you see what’s going on. It is optional, but helpful. In order to get cross-hub communication you need one piston to call on the other via an HTTP request. For that, at least the receiving CoRE (the home one) needs OAuth enabled.