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Somehow I ended up with a mix of smart home devices. What hub/bridge/connector device should I use to connect the ones below?

My devices:

  1. Google Home
  2. Google Home - Mini
  3. Xiaomi (Mijia) Gateway v.2 EU-Version
  4. Osram smart socket
  5. Ikea TRÅDFRI remote

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  6. Arduino
  7. Raspberry Pi

Can be a device from my list, an app or something else.

EDIT: What I want to achieve: Most importantly I would like to control the Osram smart socket (turn it on/off) through the Ikea TRÅDFRI remote and/or the Xiaomi (Mijia) Gateway.

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    You need to explain what you actually want to achieve here, just saying "connect" doesn't actually help. – hardillb Aug 1 '19 at 10:44
  • @hardillb Thanks for pointing that out, added it. Most importantly I would like to control (turn it on/off) the Osram smart socket through the Ikea TRÅDFRI remote and/or the Xiaomi (Mijia) Gateway. – Tom Aug 2 '19 at 8:24
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You could use the zigbee2mqtt project. It supports a ton of zigbee devices including your remote and socket, as far as I can tell.

However, you need an CC2531 USB Stick, which acts as zigbee gateway, plugged into a computer (a Raspberry Pi will do).

Control of the devices is via MQTT as the name implies.

Nice side-effect: now you can add any kind of supported devices, freely mixing and matching different brands.

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