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  1. I would like to do this through my Control4 system as well. Smarter charging timers for sure. I’m not worried about waking up the car or battery drain. The battery drain would be extremely minimal. I keep them plugged in at home anyways.
  2. @IntrinsicGroupDid anything ever happen with this?
  3. Keep in mind you don’t need a Control4 dealer to set up Pakedge equipment. You could set up the NK1 yourself. It’s really simple. Download the manual and follow the instructions for setup. You should be able to have it set up and your AP’s online in less than 30 minutes.
  4. Mine also says it’s up to date but the driver is only showing 20200326
  5. I use Alan’s Driver in my system for geofencing but nothing more. I want to set up an outbound command so that when I push a custom button it will send a command to my Rachio to activate a zone. I understand I need to use webhooks but can someone tell me exactly how to set up the outbound command from Control4 so it will go to webhooks? Step by step? i created the custom button. In programming, under button press, when I go over to device actions I select the IFTTT driver and I have the option to check device specific command and then sub menus are event, value1, value2, value3. If
  6. If you could please reach out to me when you start beta testing I would love to participate.
  7. I got it working. My initial setup was correct. What did it for me was actually unplugging the router. All this time I was rebooting the router through the Pakedge GUI after making changes, but apparently that doesn’t do the trick. At least it didn’t for me. Trunks were not required, just a hybrid port between the router and switch like I originally had setup. I added a bunch of other devices to my VLAN2 after I got the test camera working and all are working perfect. Now on to separating all the equipment out onto separate VLAN’s. A big thank you to all
  8. According to Pakedge it’s supposed to be set as a hybrid port but when I get home from work I will try it as a trunk instead and see if it makes a difference. Will let you know the outcome.
  9. My end goal is to use VLAN1 for management only. It has always been set up for everything on 1 VLAN since day one but once I figure out how to get everything to talk (my test camera working) I will end up setting up 6 different VLANS for all of my different equipment. I wish I had set up separate VLAN’s right from the start but hindsight is 20/20. Lesson learned. zone bonding is enabled.
  10. I can remove 18 and 19 from hybrid that go to the switches below. I tried removing the dhcp res for the camera and resetting. The camera will connect to 10.0.1.x and works fine.
  11. Test camera changed to 10.0.2.230 and still can’t access it.
  12. My router is connected to the switch on port 24. I previously watched the video you attached above Multiple times. according to Pakedge instructional videos, zone bonding should allow wireless devices connected to access points on VLAN1 to talk to devices on VLAN2.
  13. Ports 20, 21 & 22 on the switch are the access points and I made them hybrid ports (see pic in above post). Should this not allow the wifi on LAN1 to communicate with devices on LAN2?
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