You are not using Tasmota by any chance, with Alexa also in your system. There is option on the Tasmota panel to configure Alexa to Tasmota using, strangely enough, Wemo. I touched something there once and found a Wemo driver on the hub. Still trying to figure it out - just an idea. Also have no Wemo devices.
No. I’d actually forgotten what they were. My only LAN based device is an IKEA/Sonos speaker.
I don’t really understand the flow with LAN devices in the default channel. It seems to me that the driver needs to be installed in order for there to be a discovery routine to run. However until the discovery routine is run, how do they know which driver to install?
Perhaps I accidentally triggered installation of the Wemo driver somehow without being aware of it. If so I’m surprised I did it on two hubs.
Yes, it is expected that you have the driver installed on your hubs despite you don’t have a Wemo device, unlike Zigbee and Z-Wave drivers, LAN drivers don’t have fingerprints, so, it wasn’t detected that you installed them at some point or not since they are not “identifiable” sort of speak.
So, it’s normal that you have it, and, as you don’t have devices using it, it won’t be running on your Hub.
exactly, me too or this drive now installed, and instead I have a bose that still hasn’t migrated and remains with its old method of connecrion.
(I have deliberately waited to see if it migrates, but this does not happen, as with the Hue. All other devices I manually switched to Edge)
i tried deleting this drive wemo, but it tells me in use. Who knows by whom