Is it possible to run telnet commands from an API macro on Cisco touch 10?
I'm trying to control lighting in a room by using the macro feature and commands. In order to do this, I need to be able to run telnet commands. Is it possible to run telnet commands directly from api macro calls? If so, how would I do this? I noticed that the documentation contains http calls, but currently cannot find a telnet feature.
No, the endpoint itself cannot make outbound telnet connections.
As a workaround, you can have some other system monitoring the xFeedback of the endpoint looking for your button presses on the Touch10, then triggering a telnet (or whatever other functionality you may require for other things). You can do this with something simple and cheap like a Raspberry Pi if you don't have other infrastructure available in your environment to do this from.
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