Web action to control a remote controlled socket

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You can control a remote Then search for the service of your remote controlled socket (WiFi, ZigBee, …) via Repetier-Server, if you know the link to turn it on and off. In the following I show a simple solution for remote controlled sockets supporting IFTTT.

  1. Set up the remote-controlled socket at home.
  2. Create a free account at https://ifttt.com.
  3. Go to your Account and click Create:
  4. Click ✚ This.
  5. Search and click Webhooks:
  6. To Connect webhooks, click an Connect (only appears the first time being used).
  7. Click Receive a web request:
  8. Enter a Event Name. The name becomes part of an URL, please make sure that only permitted characters are used. Then click Create trigger:
  9. Click ✚ That.
  10. Search the service of your remote controlled socket and select it. In this example we have selected Kasa used by TP-Link. The next points may look different with other services.
  11. Choose an action, e.g. Turn on or Turn off:
  12. Select your device an click Create action:
  13. Deactivate Receive notifications when this Applet runs if you do not want to get a notification for each action and click Finish:
  14. Go to Home Webhooks (https://ifttt.com/maker_webhooks) and click Documentation:
  15. Enter the event name in the {event} field to get the required URL, e.g. printer_on or printer_off: