As I said in my original post, I'm trying to get some old Intermatic remotes to work under SUC/SIS. I'm not really sure if my goal is correct.
Here's the situation:
1 AEON II stick (currently running as Master)
3 HA07 controllers
1 HA09 controller
~30 z-Wave switches
I have used LMCE and Z-Wave with "respond to events" (timed and sunset)to control my Z-Wave devices for simple things like turn on Christmas lights at a certain time and turn on Outside landscaping lights at sunset. What I want to do is also use the Intermatic remotes to send the same commands if we want to turn off or on lights before they are scheduled. Sure, I can set the remotes to slaves and then replicate the networks and manually program in the channel setting for each remote. However, with ~30 devices and four remotes programming in the channel settings is daunting considering it will need to be repeated for each of the Intermatic remotes. Is there a way that I can setup channel settings for each of the buttons and then send those out to the slave controllers through LMCE and the master AEON...maybe set a scenario to a button?
How can I troubleshoot my Z-Wave network? I went through with the AEON stick and started adding devices. Most went perfectly but a few a giving me problems. I have a couple of devices that don't respond to the commands that I sent them to. Is this because they are associated with the AEON stick/LMCE incorrectly? Considering the number of devices and the size of my house, i can't see that it's a distance problem. If I want to try again, what the best way to remove a device from the network and add again? If I remove teh device through the admin screen is that the same as removing it from the stick?