I am sorry my answer didnt meet your expectations
You didnt provide many of the necessary informations needed by the people on this forum to help you.
a rough guide can be found here How to ask a good question / Help Us Help You .
So I have to take a guess here many people run there system on some kind of linux system or even use openhabian which is based on raspbian https://www.openhab.org/docs/installation/openhabian.html
If this should be the case for you the next steps I will describe will maybe help you as a starting point. If you run openhab on another operating system I will unfotunately not be able to help you as I have no experience there. As a disclaimer I dont actually own your security system so this should only be considered a rough guideline for the first half of the setup. I can only help you setting up the mqtt part that you will need to connect to the alarm adapter.
That’s absolutely right. I would guess that you have already made some kind of start, because you have been reading up?
We could talk about choosing the box you want to run openHAB on, and where to buy it, and how to download and install openHAB. Maybe you’ve already taken those steps and it would be a unhelpful waste of your time?
Be patient as we have to guess what you need, based only on what you tell us.
I’ve created a simple binding for Evo systems. Please have a look at this posting where we track the progress of the Evo IP150 binding. The binding is still not in the productive code. It supports only Evo-class security systems since I own one and I could test the coding really well on my own system. The protocol on other Paradox systems seems to differ a lot so I’m not able to provide support for SP-class systems. Current features are only read-only mode reading partitions and zone states.
Please be aware that right now I’m with very limited time to do any changes to the code which were requested by code reviewers so I cannot give any timeline when the binding will go live in productive code.
If it is of any consolation to you, I am also new to OpenHAB and find it frustratingly difficult to use. And I do have quite a bit of technical experience, and so thought it would be the challenge that its proven to be. Even for basics. I´ve been giving it a try and get something nice to use for home in a ´production´ environment, but in months have not gotten far at all.
I disagree with the replies you´ve received from rossko and JGKK, alleging that you have not provided enough information. I believe you provided a very simple question, which I expected would have received a very simple answer.
“How to connect paradox IP150 and get some functionality” should have received a very simple, 1, 2, 3 steps answer, with some notes and pitfalls. That’s it. Right?
This does not seem possible at the OpenHAB community forum.
I’ve been looking around with latest OpenHAB v3, hoping for some more integration in a few things, but for uncommon items such as Paradox, its like @JGKK and @polychronov explained; for the most part in very early stages.
I found that from my panel, a Magellan, there is nothing available ‘out of the box’. If you are running an EVO, then you might be in luck as per what Polychronov has put together.
I’m not sure if Magellan uses the same protocol like Evo192 but I guess it’s worth to try the binding on your own. Just install it and follow the instructions to set it up.
I guess it would be best to say that your MG is Evo192 in the bridge config.