How to find IP address of EVL-3

I have a newly installed DSC1832 with the EVL-3 Adapter. Here is how my network is setup:

EVL-3 (Wired Ethernet ->) Vera (Wireless Ethernet ->) Router (Wired Ethernet → DSL Modem) → Internet

I had to use Wireless for the Vera because I don’t have any wired connections up to my alarm panel, so the Vera is sitting in my alarm panel now.

The Vera works fine, and I added the DSC plugin. I need to input the IP address of the EVL-3 into the plugin, but how do I figure out which address it is at? Looking at my router, no new devices are showing up - I assume that because the Vera is using NAT. Can I pull the IP address of port 1 on the Vera through the web interface?

Using the troubleshoot network function, I see the following:

=== IP Configuration ===
br-lan Link encap:Ethernet HWaddr 00:0E:8F:76:91:EE
inet addr: Bcast: Mask:
eth0 Link encap:Ethernet HWaddr 02:0E:8F:76:91:EE
eth0.1 Link encap:Ethernet HWaddr 00:0E:8F:76:91:EE
inet addr: Mask:
wlan0 Link encap:Ethernet HWaddr 00:0E:8F:76:91:EE
inet addr: Bcast: Mask:

External IP: XX.XX.XX.XX

But doesn’t appear to be it (or at least it doesn’t work when I put it in the plugin as I get LUA Failure)

I think there are some issues using bridge mode on a V3, and there maybe some tweaks you need to do, to get the switch working on the same subnet as your router.

The .81 address is one that Vera uses. If Vera has given it an IP address, then It should be a 192.168.1.X address

Can you see from the eyez-on website ifs its controlable?

Ok, here is what I did to solve this one…

I brought my laptop upstairs and plugged it into the back of the Vera and confirmed that the vera had proper internet connectivity through the wired ports. I got an IP address of from my laptop

I then did an nmap scan on my laptop of the subnet using “nmap -v” and it saw there were three hosts alive (My laptop, the Vera, and the envisalink). It gave me the Envisalink’s IP which happened to be

Everything seems to be working fine now… just starting to play with the plugin, but I can arm/disarm with no problems.