We are trying to build a Zwave Controller that will run on the same box as the ZipGateway. We want to use unencrypted traffic between our controller and the GW (first because it is hard to find a Java library that supports DTLS good enough and second because it only slows down communication we don’t let it out of the box). On to the questions:
Is it possible to do this? Commands directly to the GW seems to work, but when we send commands to the Z-wave devices they seem to be ignored. I found a sentence in the spec that said they should be dropped if not encrypted (the same bytes send with the reference_client using DTLS are not ignored). I tried using encapsulation header extensions without success. So is there a way to configure the GW to
If this is not possible: Do you know of any Java DTLS library that works with the GW. I have tried BouncyCastle but it did not support HELLO so it dropped the first packet while setting up the DTLS session. I started on WolfSSL but the Java native api hasn’t been updated for a while. All other I could find were GPL3 licensed which is no good.