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Old December 27th, 2017, 10:22 AM
Airey001 Airey001 is offline
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Self Healing

Is there a way to have the plugin be self healing to network issues. Here is my issue. My HomeSeer Server is on a UPS and in the back of the basement. My Insteon hub is not an a UPS and in the living room. If power goes out then HomeSeer always shows there is a communication issue with the plugin and never reconnects till i disable and reneable the plugin.

This same thing happens when there is issues with the network between them. If i reboot one of the switches between them again plugin shows the unable to communicate error. Even on rare instance of high LAN traffic i still get the same issue.
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Old December 27th, 2017, 10:33 AM
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with the latest beta, there are event actions for enabling and disabling the plugin. you can trigger them based on your own logic. this should help.

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