That's it thanks. I didn't know what device network ID number to give so I just gave a random string of number but it seems to work.
A few quick feedback
- It seems to report wrong status occasionally. When device first showed up on my SmartThings app it said unlocked, when my sesame was locked. It didn't seem to update status properly after sesame auto locked.
- Two buttons (lock, unlock) doesn't take any input. They respond like a button in the app but doesn't affect sesame.
Still I'm very excited about this. I rarely use SmartThings to directly control things, but as an automation tool and I expect to do the same with sesame. For example I should be able to configure auto lock fuction via SmartThings where I can employ the door sensor to determine whether to do it or not, in other words auto lock sesame only when the door is closed. Again thanks for sharing this @toby and I would encourage you to do it at SmartThings community as well. Thanks.