You will need:
You might need to update the charger's network to point at your home wifi, if it doesn't already. This can be done via the wallbox app, with a local bluetooth connnection.
Log into the wallbox online interface.
Click on your charger, and go to the OCPP tab
Update the web address: You will need to change the url to
ws://192.168.***.***:80/ocpp/ where the asterisks are the ip of your cofybox on your local network. Leave the Charge point identity as
charger and the Password empty.
Click on the radio button:
on the top right of the websocket connection box to turn OCPP on.
10.42.0.1when connected to the cofybox's wifi network
Charge_Controltoggle, if your car is plugged in. You can also add automations etc. if you wish.
In the case of a problem charging via homeassistant, you can:
If you want to reinstate the behaviour of charging as soon as the car is plugged in, you can set up an automation such as:
- id: '1656434780155' alias: Instant car charging description: '' trigger: - platform: state entity_id: - sensor.qn01zg24_status_connector from: Available to: Preparing condition:  action: - type: turn_on device_id: 36c0b6365cfe255731d1af5d70f06d59 entity_id: switch.qn01zg24_charge_control domain: switch mode: single