Okay, finally got the original nrf24l01 SMD modules with the square chip visible... As exptected, things work just fine now, so the culprit of my issues was really the incompatible/fake "nrf24l01" SMD modules with the epoxy blob. If you want to use normal nrf24l01+ modules together with this smd gateway, DO
NOT USE the smd module with the epoxy blob, as they won't work.
Using only the fake SMD modules might work, too, but mixing the fake modules with real ones does not work.
@ricorico94 welcome to the MySensors commu ity! All you need to do when switching from raspberry pi gateway to ethernet gateway is change the "hardware" configuration in Domoticz.
However, if you are just starting out, don't use this gateway. It works for MySensors 1.x only. Use the new raspberry pi gateway instead.
I faced similar issue and @TMRh20Projects replied in arduino forum. My issue was beacuse of cheap NRF modules chinese clones. After I replaced with good genuine ones, everything worked like a charm. Please check the NRF modules you are using. I wasted three days to figure out if there was some code issue, when at the end it was the NRF which created all the mess
This list seems the most complete list of available Home Automation Software and not only open-source and not only for MySensors.
I have some proposals:
is it possible to add voting here to see, who has selected what software and see what is the most popular HA platform?
OpenRemote seems to be more commercial, than open source. In free version it's so limited, that almost unusable.
You can add some more Commercial Software in the list, but not sure how they can support mysensors:
--Eve Server http://www.ilevia.com/eve-server/
-- Iridium Server http://www.iridiummobile.net/server/
Thank you @mfalkvidd!
I have been busy and had many issues to figure out for myself, but I still can't understand how binding with openHAB works.
How does the information from nRF24 get to openHAB? I have MySensors Binding add-on installed in openHAB.
I would be very grateful if someone could help with this last step. After this my first little sensor will be ready to go live.