System Issues?

(Todd Wackford) #1

ST no workie today. Rebooted hub, still not. Anyone else?

(Blake Westerdahl) #2

Yesterday had issues but everything has been just fine today.

(Csader) #3

@wackware, did your hub ever go back online?

I lost power to my router when I was installing a switch and outlet, and now that the power is back on, my hub still says INACTIVE, even after reboot.

(Todd Wackford) #4

Remove power for 10 minutes, then reapply (reboot). That should do the trick. Mine just started working correctly all by itself (prolly ST reset) last night. Thanks ST!

(Cory S) #5

Yeah mine had extreme lag all day until I powercycled it

(Rick Bullotta) #6

Hmmm. Sounds like the need for local execution/control is quite important, given the unpredictability of performance and reliability that lots of you are experiencing. I probably would not feel comfortable doing anything that involved opening/closing doors or any type of safety-based notifications (water leak, smoke detector, intrusion detection, etc.) at this point based on the challenges those of you in “early adopter” mode have faced. I’m sure they’ll sort them out eventually, and it seems that on-hub intelligence is a critical piece of the architectural puzzle.

(SStozki) #7

Is anyone still having issues with there ST?

(Ron Marsden) #8

I still have issues and have had them for the last 5 days. I’ve done all of the usual fixes and nothing. Support has not corresponded with me in 4 days since I first sot a ticket