the ideal solution posted above by SSC is not going to work with Monome. They have their own server program called serialosc . You can read about it here, https://monome.org/docs/serialosc/osc/ and https://monome.org/docs/serialosc/setup/
I have been getting some success with Grid and NeverEngineLabs OSCTools.
The main problem why you can't use the hardware to hardware route i think, is that Kyma cannot send or read Strings over OSC.
The Monome devs moved on from zero-conf/bonjour because of reliability issues but made a similar handshaking scenario as the Kyma protocol.
Unfortunately one of the config messages that we need to directly connect serial-osc to Kyma is
/sys/host s <host>
a string to change the host of the destination ... the string would contain the Pacarana hardware IP and we would also need
/sys/port i <port>
which would change the destination port.
As Kyma can't a) send or interpret an OSC string
that makes it really difficult to do directly..
Nevertheless, with some scripting using the awesome swiss army knife for OSC and Kyma ( Camille Trouillard's OSCulator 3 ) to do the routing and config betwee devices and my NeverEngineLabs OSCTools to do the Kyma stuff, lots of cool ways to integrate with Monome controllers and Kyma can be set up