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  1. @jakblak- what say you? Can we expect feature parity and speed/performance across the two platforms soon?
  2. Different parts of the country do this differently. You’re right that the setup you describe is ideal (and what I currently have) but it isn’t always an option.
  3. Yeah, what EJN said. It’s the pool controller. It controls the salt chlorinator, the valves, the pumps, the lights, the auto chemical system...all that stuff. It allows me interface with it on the built in tiny little touch screen or on my phone. There’s a Control4 built driver and it works well.
  4. I just use the IntelliCenter and it pulls all this in.
  5. I’d like to test - desperately want Siri to control my shades. I would run it on a QNAP NAS.
  6. I’ve had alerts on system startup in the past, don’t know why or when I got rid of them but I’ll put one back on.
  7. I think it is a defective Wattbox. I have bypassed the Wattbox and things seem to be stable so far. While trying to figure out some of the odd behavior around defective devices, I put together that each device affected was plugged in to the top half of the same Wattbox. Fingers crossed that I'm back up and stable now. Thanks for those that chimed in with thoughts, and special thanks to @l3anks. Guy is a total stud and was walking me through some network troubleshooting when it became obvious it was likely the Wattbox.
  8. It may be that the power is cutting. That explains a lot. I’m running to the store to grab more power strips so I can bypass the Wattbox and see if that fixes things.
  9. They are Wattbox 700 IPV12 (or something like that - the 700 part is for sure right). Is there a recall out on the 700's? I guess that COULD be the case...
  10. So this has continued to keep happening all night - I don’t go more than about 10 minutes before a reboot. Something is affecting the network. My son was watching YouTube, and whenever the controller would crash he’d also lose internet access. I disconnected power to my modem taking the entire house offline, but the problem persisted. Any ideas as to what might be going on? There literally wasn’t anything that changed. We were all home hanging out and it went from the rock solid system it’s been since 2005, to this.
  11. 14 May 21:49:08 ntpd[3056]: ntpd exiting on signal 15 (Terminated) 14 May 21:49:08 ntpd[3056]: <<REMOVED_IP_1>> local addr 192.168.1.219 -> <null> 14 May 21:49:08 ntpd[3056]: <<REMOVED_IP_2>> local addr 192.168.1.219 -> <null> 14 May 21:49:08 ntpd[3056]: <<REMOVED_IP_3>> local addr 192.168.1.219 -> <null> 14 May 21:49:08 ntpd[3056]: <<REMOVED_IP_4>> local addr 192.168.1.219 -> <null> 14 May 21:49:31 ntpd[6672]: Listen and drop on 0 v6wildcard [::]:123 14 May 21:49:31 ntpd[6672]: Listen and drop on 1 v4wildcard 0.0.0.0:123 14 May 21:49:31 ntpd[6672]: Listen normally on 2 lo 127.0.0.1:123 14 May 21:49:31 ntpd[6672]: Listen normally on 3 eth0 192.168.1.219:123 14 May 21:49:31 ntpd[6672]: Listen normally on 4 br0 172.18.0.1:123 14 May 21:49:31 ntpd[6672]: Listen normally on 5 lo [::1]:123 14 May 21:49:31 ntpd[6672]: Listen normally on 6 eth0 [fe80::20f:ffff:fe90:162%4]:123 14 May 21:49:31 ntpd[6672]: Listen normally on 7 br0 [fe80::bc4d:eff:fec8:e70d%7]:123 14 May 21:49:31 ntpd[6672]: Listen normally on 8 vethR8TUTF [fe80::fc6e:50ff:fe13:17dd%9]:123 14 May 21:49:31 ntpd[6672]: Listening on routing socket on fd #25 for interface updates 14 May 21:49:31 ntpd[6672]: kernel reports TIME_ERROR: 0x41: Clock Unsynchronized 14 May 21:49:31 ntpd[6672]: kernel reports TIME_ERROR: 0x41: Clock Unsynchronized Any idea what this stuff means? This was the fatal error. I've rebooted everything now - hoping for more stability.
  12. It's very odd - when it goes out, the video source drops (use JAP for video distribution). When it comes back up there's a red triangle lit up on the front of the EA5. That goes away though. Everything is connected to Wattbox units, and everything appears powered on just fine. The JAP splash screen comes up when the video drops, so that's still getting power...it's like it changes inputs or something? Pretty bizarre. We're having bad weather out, maybe that's messing with the internet...but everything is on UPS units + Wattbox. We've not seen any power flickers, surges, etc...
  13. Haven't made any changes to my system in sometime, but tonight it's crash now 3 different times. It eventually boots itself back up, but this last time it took a while. I've got an EA5 that is probably 4 years old. Any dealer who do remote work who may be interested in helping me figure out why it's crashing I'd love to hear from you. Happy to pull any logs for someone who just wants to take a look as well. I don't have time to mess with it, but need it reliable and can't have it crashing. Just been doing it the last few hours but happens pretty frequently since it started.
  14. I’d love to connect and learn what the Home Assistant Overlay (as you put it) is providing. There’s a few things I’d like to do around occupancy and automation that I don’t want to buy expensive 3rd party drivers for and wondering if Home Assistant might help. If you’re up for a conversation, please shoot me a PM. Thanks!
  15. It’s not a bad binding. It’s worked flawlessly until the last update and no bindings have changed. If it was a bad binding then when you click on the thermostat it wouldn’t load the correct one. I’ll quadruple check the bindings and show you a screenshot.
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