According to the Amazon page, there is a cloud service available for the vacuum cleaner. Presumably, that's what the app is communicating with. You can also use Alexa with the vacuum cleaner, so there are many places packets might be coming from towards your vacuum.
One of the IPs you listed seems to be a company or part of a university in China, I can't ...
According to this forum, in the newest version you are :
no longer able to activate the Dev Mode
However you can :
replace the Xiaomi Hub with a CC2531 USB sniffer that enables you to communicate directly via Zigbee with your Xiaomi sensors.
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I really think you should make your own.
All you would need is an NRF51/2, a cheap vibration motor (those are usually rated 3V/70mA), a transistor and some good ol' coding.
I researched a little bit about bracelets with vibration that can also be controlled with 3rd party apps ...
Of course, it may depend from sensor to sensor, but the Xiaomi Aqara advertised here is rated at IP67. If you look up the IP ratings and what they mean, you find that the first numeral digit refers to its imperviousness to solids, and the second refers to its resistance to water.
A rating of 6 on solids means that it has:
Protection from contact with ...
I have had the same issue. I tried VPN and DNS, but could not make it working.
I have had the information from another website, you have to uninstall Xiaomi Home (probably rev 6...) and install old Xiaomi home (I tried 5.6.10 from 2019) and it worked. Only thing, think to remove the automatic application update in Playstore, because during the night I got ...
All your devices are opening persistent connections out to the cloud. They will be using a messaging based protocol (e.g. MQTT) rather than a request/response protocol like HTTP.
Messages flow both ways over these types of protocols, with the bulbs updating the cloud with their current state and the cloud sending commands to change state.
The problem is somehow related to my Wi-Fi hotspot (or Huawei router).
create a new WiFi hotspot or modify the existing one. give it a simple name ("OK") and a simple password (alpha-numeric, NO special characters!).
(read how to access router settings?)
re-connect fan to Mi Home app, use the new WiFi hotspot
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 ...