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A library that returns a list of devices currently connected to a BT Home Hub 5

Project description

bthomehub5-devicelist

This library will return a dictionary containing information about the devices currently connected to a BT Home Hub 5 with a user specified IP Address.

Installation

pip install bthomhub5-devicelist

How to use

Example Usage:

import bthomehub5_devicelist
from pprint import pprint


def main():

    # If an IP Address is not specified, it will default as 192.169.1.254
    devicelist = bthomehub5_devicelist.get_devicelist('192.168.1.254')

    pprint(devicelist)


if __name__ == '__main__':
    main()

The library will return a dictionary with connected devices MAC addresses as keys and device names as values

The console output from running the example code will look like this:

>>> 
{'4f:c9:32:04:d3:ec': 'Example-PC',
 '3f:6a:66:49:d4:16': 'Example-IPhone',
 '01:5d:e8:fb:c8:a9': 'Example-Smartlight',
 '65:10:5c:6d:d0:2b': 'Example-Android'}

License

MIT - Feel free to go crazy with the code

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