I'm attaching the traffic without SkySpy between GW(ip 192.168.137.127) and Lacrosse using wireshark and the filter "host 192.168.137.127 and tcp port http". I don't have an old hub, so I used ICS on my win 7 Notebook. For the capture of traffic between GW(now ip 192.168.1.100) - SkySpy(ip 192.1681.10) -
That should work. You might also be able use a PC that has two network ports. You'd have to figure out a way to route packets from the Gateway port to the second one that is connected to your LAN/Internet.
I installed the SkySpy service ,and without ICS ,I captured only everything on port 8000(filter tcp port 8000), because I didn't see any traffic between SpySpy and Lacrosse.
SkySpy replaces the entire La Crosse server, so there will be no traffic from your gateway to there. If there is, then you have it set up wrong
I you want I can download from the lacrosse alert system the temp & %HR registered during aprox. the same time.
I am working on the Alert feature in SkySpy now... Actually it is complete, but there are some other really tough bugs I need to fix before I can release the next version.
The SkySpy Alert system will work very much like the La Crosse alerts. You set up the min/max values in ssMonitor and this tells the SkySpyService to email you if any of the sensor readings are dangerous.
I need weather alerts myself as I own a small ranch and I don't want my animals to die if the weather turns bad.
I already posted some screen shots of the new SkySpy alert page and what it the SMS texts look like on my phone.
I need to work on the SkySpy bugs for now, but I will look at your Wireshark captures as soon as I can.