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 HTTPS
- It communicates with hubserver.irissmarthome.com for general 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?
-J


On Sun, Sep 30, 2012 at 7:45 PM, Jason Sharpee <jason@sharpee.com> wrote:
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 ;)

-J

BTW: Those motion sensors look pretty nice if they are reliable.


On Sun, Sep 23, 2012 at 11:57 AM, Chris <chrislk73@yahoo.com> wrote:
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.

Regards,
Chris

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