Thanks for the quick reply.
Unfortunately, while I’ve had my VL for a while, I’m still quite illiterate on nearly all commonly understood terms. It’ll take some time for me to get your list answered, as I have to research how to find the answers and obtain the requested info.
For now, here’s what I know:
a) What Firmware you’re running (a detailed version# string, not just “UIx”)
From the firmware page: You are running the latest version: 1.5.622. If there is an alternate version# string, I’ll need some guidance as to how to locate it.
b) IT100 or 2DS or EVL-3? What Firmware?
I’m running the EVL-3, Firmware Version: 01.11.135 - MAC: 001C2AXXXXX (I obscured that)
c) For 2DS and EVL-3, a list of every Switch/Router/Network Link/Wifi Bridge (etc) between Vera and the Envisalink Device
There are two 8-port switches between the VL and the EVL-3. The VL is plugged into a Zonet 8-port GB switch (model ZFS3408EP) with a 4’ cat6 patch cable. The EVL-3 is plugged into a Trendnet 8-port GB switch (TEG-S9g) with a 2’ cat5 patch cord. The two switches are tied together with a 6’ cat6 patch cord.
Also, for a bit more clarification, my DSC alarm is equipped with about 25 wireless door/window sensors. I use those to trigger the PLEG script. For example, the sensor on Connor’s door triggers the condition that will turn on the light in the room (via AEON LAB micro controller dimmer). When the door is closed, and the sensor is no longer dripped the DSC reports the change to the VL, and the light turns off.
From that standpoint, the communication works flawlessly. All of my PLEG triggers, conditions, and actions that are based on DSC alarm sensors work perfectly - so I’m certain the plugin is communicating as it should. it’s just this routine that involve the auto arming after door locking that gets hosed more often than not.
I’m a little embarrassed to admit that I don’t know what “verbose enabled” means with regard to the luna script. I will PM you copy/paste the log entries from the moment the garage door is closed to when the alarm arm (if it does), but if you need something different, it’ll probably require a degree of hand-holding (sorry).