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[RELEASE] Wemo WiFi Smart Dimmer

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(Andy Serwatuk) #21

Well, that wasn’t it.

Here’s the latest logs. Narrowed down to just the one switch that seems to “keep dropping”. All the polls is me trying to get an update from the device.

e73748c2-3253-4462-8957-b1611979db43 10:27:43 PM: debug Executing subscribe(192.168.86.30:49154)

e73748c2-3253-4462-8957-b1611979db43 10:27:43 PM: debug Using ip: 192.168.86.30 and port: 49154 for device: e73748c2-3253-4462-8957-b1611979db43

e73748c2-3253-4462-8957-b1611979db43 10:27:43 PM: debug calling getHostAddress()

e73748c2-3253-4462-8957-b1611979db43 10:24:21 PM: debug Using ip: 192.168.86.30 and port: 49154 for device: e73748c2-3253-4462-8957-b1611979db43

e73748c2-3253-4462-8957-b1611979db43 10:24:21 PM: debug Executing WeMo Switch ‘subscribe’, then ‘timeSyncResponse’, then ‘poll’

e73748c2-3253-4462-8957-b1611979db43 10:24:21 PM: debug Executing WeMo Switch ‘subscribe’, then ‘timeSyncResponse’, then ‘poll’

e73748c2-3253-4462-8957-b1611979db43 10:24:18 PM: debug Using ip: 192.168.86.30 and port: 49154 for device: e73748c2-3253-4462-8957-b1611979db43

e73748c2-3253-4462-8957-b1611979db43 10:24:18 PM: debug Executing WeMo Switch ‘subscribe’, then ‘timeSyncResponse’, then ‘poll’

e73748c2-3253-4462-8957-b1611979db43 10:24:16 PM: debug Using ip: 192.168.86.30 and port: 49154 for device: e73748c2-3253-4462-8957-b1611979db43

e73748c2-3253-4462-8957-b1611979db43 10:24:16 PM: debug Executing WeMo Switch ‘subscribe’, then ‘timeSyncResponse’, then ‘poll’

e73748c2-3253-4462-8957-b1611979db43 10:22:43 PM: debug Executing subscribe(192.168.86.30:49154)

e73748c2-3253-4462-8957-b1611979db43 10:22:43 PM: debug Using ip: 192.168.86.30 and port: 49154 for device: e73748c2-3253-4462-8957-b1611979db43

e73748c2-3253-4462-8957-b1611979db43 10:22:43 PM: debug calling getHostAddress()

e73748c2-3253-4462-8957-b1611979db43 10:21:09 PM: debug Using ip: 192.168.86.30 and port: 49154 for device: e73748c2-3253-4462-8957-b1611979db43

e73748c2-3253-4462-8957-b1611979db43 10:21:09 PM: debug Executing WeMo Switch ‘subscribe’, then ‘timeSyncResponse’, then ‘poll’

e73748c2-3253-4462-8957-b1611979db43 10:21:09 PM: debug Using ip: 192.168.86.30 and port: 49154 for device: e73748c2-3253-4462-8957-b1611979db43

e73748c2-3253-4462-8957-b1611979db43 10:21:09 PM: debug Executing WeMo Switch ‘subscribe’, then ‘timeSyncResponse’, then ‘poll’

e73748c2-3253-4462-8957-b1611979db43 10:20:44 PM: debug Using ip: 192.168.86.30 and port: 49154 for device: e73748c2-3253-4462-8957-b1611979db43

e73748c2-3253-4462-8957-b1611979db43 10:20:23 PM: debug Using ip: 192.168.86.30 and port: 49154 for device: e73748c2-3253-4462-8957-b1611979db43

e73748c2-3253-4462-8957-b1611979db43 10:20:23 PM: debug Executing WeMo Switch ‘subscribe’, then ‘timeSyncResponse’, then ‘poll’

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(Philip Bruno) #22

Any idea why I would be able to find one very easily using app and no luck at all on a second, using the exact same setup?

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#23

I’m also having a problem where the dimmers will be found and work for a couple days and then one of them (sometimes more than one) will suddenly stop communicating with SmartThings.

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#24

And now all my dimmers are no longer communicating with ST. It may or may not be related to the fact that yesterday I had to reset my whole network.(?)

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(Thomas Guerra) #25

Hi,
After a lot of playing around trying to get 26 dimmers to work I’ve assigned all to static IP’s but now I cannot make them stay connected after power loss or network reboot. Simulating the device handler shows that the IP and port calls work with devices that haven’t been restarted but once a device has it no longer can call correctly. I can see that the IP is correct but I’m guessing the port changed and for some reason i cannot get the handler to get the updated port. Any help with this would be great as I’ve made it this far and this seems to be my last hurdle.

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(Thomas Guerra) #26

i seem to be having this same error, ive narrowed it down to the port not adjusting. There is code to check port and ip but i cant seem to make it execute correctly.

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#27

If you are seeing weird concerns with SmartThings and Wemo please see this thread: https://community.smartthings.com/t/whats-going-on-with-wemo-switches-working-fine-for-3yrs-april-2019

I am seeing almost a complete lockout of the original REST API with only some polling capability still working. If someone is having better luck please let me know.

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