On Mon, 1 Oct 2012, it would appear that Jason Sharpee wrote:
> Well that was kinda fruitless. What I have found:
> - The device is created by AlertMe (has their MAC vendor address)
> - It has TCP ports 80 and 111 open (neither one of them does standard HTTP
> on it though) Unknown protocol.
> - It communicates with imgserver.irissmarthome.com
for firmware updates on
> - It communicates with hubserver.irissmarthome.com
> communication on HTTPS
> - It appears to run Linux 2.6 based on nmap -O
> - It appears to have support for SafetyNet protocol (UDP port 4000) Dont
> know much about it other than is supports secure connections for embedded
> devices on ethernet.
> - I have heard that it has a TTL serial port on the board, but login
> password is unknown.
> At this point, unless I can manage to get my own CA installed on the box to
> sniff the SSL traffic, there is not much I can do with it.
> Any have any ideas?
> On Sun, Sep 30, 2012 at 7:45 PM, Jason Sharpee <firstname.lastname@example.org
>> The price point for an ethernet device that edoes z-wave and zigbee for
>> $99. was too compelling so I bought one. I am sharking it now to see if it
>> can be made useful as an interface and will let everyone know. If not, I
>> have the receipt ;)
>> BTW: Those motion sensors look pretty nice if they are reliable.
>> On Sun, Sep 23, 2012 at 11:57 AM, Chris <email@example.com
>>> This looks similar to what Micasavera offers, but with serious
>>> limitations. Where Micasavera is better in my opinion is that you can
>>> write code on it allowing you to really customize it. There is a forum on
>>> their site where users discuss and contribute their code, similar to
>>> Misterhouse, http://micasaverde.com/
. Plus since it is on the network
>>> and you can write your own code you can have Misterhouse and MicasaVera
>>> talk to each other as I do. Also you pull up your Vera over the web via
>>> HTTS, but it is completely free, unlike what Lowes is offering. BTW, I am
>>> not employed by Micasavera in anyway, I just really like the product.