Of course it did. I am using the Microsoft network sniffer tool to try to examine the packets. It's hard to find the one with, for example, the click of a mute button from all those 20/sec updates. How did you isolate the packets so you could see what values were used for the various controls? I didn't think you had a 16.4.2 to play with. Any help would greatly appreciated.
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"How did you isolate the packets so you could see what values were used for the various controls?"
I first got the python program to where it could understand the general structure of the protocol.  Then I could tell it to print only the id of the control I was modifying, so that when I clicked "mute" I could learn what id corresponded to muting (see control_hierarchy; on the vsl1818 mute is 3052).