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    What is the best way to accomplish OTA updates for Aeon Labs devices withthe HS3 Linux box ?

    Assuming you've already added the ZStick (Aeon Labs controller) as a secondary controller, I have read that you have to remove them from the SmartStick+(Homeseer's product which I use currently as the only controller); add them to a ZStick ; do the OTA update; remove them from the ZStick; and; add them again to the SmartStick+.

    If I add a ZStick as a second controller; I would guess that I would have to remove any secure nodes from the SmartStick+ and add the again as a non-secure node for the ZStick to be able to talk to them, wouldn't I ? - after that I assume both controllers could talk to the device.

    Is that how it works ?

    Is there any pressing disadvantage to having non-secure devices ? I mean short of some guy with a Z-Wave sniffer sitting by my mail box capturing Z-Wave messages... I'm new to Z-Wave but I thought there was a one time key created for messages whether the device is secure or not... Somebody please enlighten me. Sorry if I'm rambling...

    Please weigh in; what is the best way to accomplish OTA updates for Aeon Labs devices ?

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