I have some Amazon Dash buttons that I want to use for multiple different scenarios, I don't know quite what yet, but I am unable to find a good way to make the indicator light turn green after I have pushed it.
I am aware that Amazon has a more expensive version of the button that can do this, I am going to buy one to play with, but I want to get this working if possible.
I found this conversation and I looked at the links that are referenced and just like the comment says it is just not a very good way to do things.
I have some c# running as a service on my computer and all it is doing, for now, is looking for MAC address then logging when that happened.
I don't know much about web request stuff, but I am willing to really dig into it, as long as I don't have to do something like put custom firmware on my router.
I am using PacketDotNet and SharpPcap in my c# solution.
How do I return the 200 response, or anything else, to the Amazon Dash button to make the indicator turn green?
Any help is greatly appreciated.