From FireBird Software:
IPexten Server is a gateway between your X10 network and the Internet. Use the included apps to monitor and control your X10 devices from anywhere. IPexten has a scripting facility which goes beyond the limited 'Macro' capability built into the X10 modules.
What's new in this version:
- This version corrects a problem many users had using the control panel, and adds the capability to conect to the Smart Eye application. The previous posting was incorrectly listed with a price of $50. This application is still in Beta, and as such there is no charge.
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