To add a Nuki bridge to your installation, you need to enable developer mode on your bridge and define a port and an access token. This can be achieved using the Android app. Please note that the API token should be 6-20 characters long, even though the app allows you to set a longer one.
Then add the following to your
# Example configuration.yaml entry lock: - platform: nuki host: 192.168.1.120 token: fe2345ef
- host (Required): The IP or hostname of the Nuki bridge.
- port (Optional): The port on which the Nuki bridge is listening on. Defaults to
- token (Required): The token that was defined when setting up the bridge.
Here’s a full configuration example for a Nuki bridge:
# Example configuration.yaml entry lock: - platform: nuki host: 192.168.1.120 port: 8080 token: fe2345ef