@riochicken I figured it out, i am using rpi3 and apparently a couple files in the mysensors folder needed to be edited. Now since you use vera when building the sensors are you making any special edits or just using defaults from the sketches. I see some people have sleep times and other small adjustments.
@camadort Let me know if you have trouble. Someone else was emailing me about this issue and they mentioned this thread. I thought it was you, but it wasn't. I don't know if he got his going or not.
Anyways, his email to me prompted me to do a blog post on my website about this topic. http://dan.bemowski.info/2017/07/04/using-a-sonoff-with-espeasy-and-a-vera-home-controller/
I have a link to the zip file with the three HttpSwitch files. These files have exactly what I posted above, but they are the actual files pulled from my vera in the event that you have trouble creating your own with the above code. It also has instructions on configuring both the device and the Vera side of things.
I have just found and fixed this problem. I know it is very old but in the D_Multimeter1.json file there are 6 references to :arduino-cc: in the service fields - this all need to be replaced with :micasaverde-com:
I have just loaded a pull request to the GITHUB repo to have this reflected in the master source but you can edit this and reload the LUUP file in Vera which will fix the problem.
As you confirmed you had your gw / sensors running on 2.x I gave it another try and started from scratch, and wiped the eeproms on both my gw and node.
New Install of Arduino IDE, new MySensors Library install. I used the ethernet gw sketch example and a temperature sensor node sketch.
This time it worked, I was able to finally include the sensor, what I can tell from the debug output communication seems to be working flawless.
Even when cutting power from gw or sensor and powering up again communication is recovering.
Now I will work on adapting my old sensor node sketch on lib 1.4 to new 2.1 requirements.
Thank you so much for taking the time to help me get this going
@kincaidj001 If you use an AVR with a USB Vid/Pid (e.g. Arduino Nano with built-in FTDI), it will automatically recognize the USB port. For Ethernet, it is a non issue because the Vera will not communicate with the gateway over USB/Serial so you can use any board compatible with the W5100 Ethernet module.
That said, I encourage you to simply ask the Vera Support folks to tweak your Vera config to recognize the Moetino Vid/Pid combo. I figured it out for the MySensors SenseBender Gateway on a Vera 3 so I am 100% confident that they can configure it so it will work.