IR Copy/Send problem

I have tried to copy the IR signal and then use it in my program, but there is something wrong that I don't get.
Using examples as IRrecvDumpV2.ino and IRremoteESP.ino and instructions from; Universal Remote Using ESP8266(Wifi Controlled) : 6 Steps (with Pictures) - Instructables

Here is the result I get when I copy my Denon IR signal;

Protocol : DENON
Code : 0x2A4C028A0088 (48 Bits)
uint16_t rawData[99] = {3362, 1692, 412, 434, 410, 434, 412, 1276, 412, 434, 412, 1276, 410, 434, 412, 1276, 410, 434, 412, 434, 412, 1276, 412, 434, 412, 436, 410, 1276, 412, 1276, 410, 434, 412, 436, 410, 434, 412, 434, 412, 436, 410, 434, 410, 434, 410, 434, 412, 1276, 410, 436, 410, 1276, 412, 434, 412, 436, 410, 434, 410, 1276, 412, 434, 412, 1276, 410, 436, 412, 434, 412, 434, 412, 434, 412, 434, 412, 434, 412, 434, 412, 432, 412, 434, 412, 1276, 410, 434, 412, 434, 412, 436, 410, 1276, 410, 436, 410, 434, 410, 432, 410}; // DENON 2A4C028A0088
uint32_t address = 0x2A4C;
uint32_t command = 0x28A0088;
uint64_t data = 0x2A4C028A0088;

So which part I have to put to IRremoteESP.ino sketch?

If I send this code, which is logical, 0x2A4C028A0088 , the receiver gets this result and do not work;

Protocol : NEC (non-strict)
Code : 0xFFFFFFFF (32 Bits)
uint16_t rawData[67] = {8974, 4480, 592, 1660, 592, 1680, 570, 1680, 568, 1680, 570, 1678, 570, 1680, 568, 1678, 568, 1680, 568, 1680, 570, 1680, 568, 1678, 570, 1678, 570, 1678, 568, 1680, 568, 1680, 570, 1680, 568, 1680, 568, 1680, 568, 1678, 568, 1680, 568, 1680, 568, 1680, 568, 1680, 568, 1658, 590, 1678, 568, 1680, 570, 1678, 568, 1680, 568, 1680, 570, 1662, 586, 1678, 568, 1684, 568}; // NEC (non-strict) FFFFFFFF
uint32_t address = 0xFFFF;
uint32_t command = 0x0;
uint64_t data = 0xFFFFFFFF;

If I send tis one; 0x28A0088, I get this same as result, but does not work.
In the instructions is the picture of what part I should copy, but it uses older sketch, IRrecvDump.ino, and when I run it, it says that I should use the newer one. So no help from there.
So what is wrong? Thanks already.