Was poking around and noticed my Hub’s Zigbee OTA setting is:
OTA: enabled for all non-light devices
I figured that I wanted to enable all Zigbee OTA updates, including lights (I still have one Cree bulb that I’m using) and so went to Utilities and selected “Allow OTA for lights” which enabled OTA for everything including lights (I know, poor wording for the option, isn’t it).
Anyway, I looked for info on why the default was set to exclude lights (I didn’t change it, not so far as I remember) and I didn’t find anything. I understand that this setting won’t affect my Hue lights since they are on another Zigbee network and the Hue app manages their updates.
So any reasons not to enable Zigbee OTA for lights?