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Controlling Z-Wave via the internet?

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I have 4 vizia light switches that control the light in the back yard, porch, kitchen, and living room. As of right now I control them from the leviton remote control. I was wondering how hard it would be to make these controlable from the internet? I don't want anything too complex. I don't need scheduling or anything like that. I just want to be able to log on from the internet and turn on the back yard light and the porch light. Is there an easy way to do this?
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I know xLobby has a webserver, not sure if it can do anything with zWave.

I'm pretty sure Girder/NetRemote has zWave control, but not sure it has a webserver.

Finally, there's stuff like logmein.com to just connect and take over your PC.
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Thanks... Upon researching further I have come across the XG1000
GATEWAY from Xanboo which seems to be able to do what I want. Have any of you tried it. More importantly have any of you had success getting it to work with a z-wave switch such as the Leviton Vizia switches I have installed? Thanks in advance for any help!
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