Adding the flag
-j will provide more info, inside the properties
zwave, there will be info about the driver, and there’s the
I already shared your comments to the corresponding team
It can be retrieved from your router’s configuration as well, they provide instructions for you to enter that page from the browser.
I’ll ask the team if there’s another way to do this.
I’ll check this as well, but last time I checked, seeing the local time in the Hub wasn’t available, even using
There are Edge drivers that allow the connection as Zigbee and Z-Wave thing, if there’s a Community driver compatible or that has generic fingerprints (eg. based on the clusters or command classes supported), they will appear in the “change driver” tool for that device.
For SmartThings, only device manufacturers can certify their devices, if a user wants a device to be supported in SmartThings, we suggest you contact their support team so they’re aware of this requirement.
If the device is certified as Works With SmartThings, its functionality is assured thanks to the tests made by the certification team.
Users can identify if the devices are compatible because manufacturers use the SmartThings Logo on their certified devices, or, check this page, and reach out to the Customer Support team to confirm.
There will be communication with normal users and developers about the upcoming changes.
For future reference, we have seen that setting names to custom DTHs (those in the IDE) completely different to stock DTHs stops them pairing to the compatible driver and selects the custom DTH.