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Can not enter Recovery
BjoMad posted a topic in FIBARO HomeKitHello, I have a Fibaro Lite and I can not do a reset of the unit. I have followed the manual but the recovery mode does not appear. It only says "Starting services" I haved it of power for for 24 hours and more and It have said "Starting services" for 3 weeks. There have to be a limit of how slow the product can be. Is there a hard reset that do not have to go via recovery? I do not need to save any data. Regards, Bjørn Madsen
Home center 2 locked in a "no IP" loop
Guest posted a question in Home Center 2Hi, I came into a problem two days ago where I stopped being able to access the controller. The IP reservation I set up for it in the router dhcp server has been working for a year now, but suddenly twice in three days it (the controller) failed to get an IP set up, and therefore I cannot access it, even locally. The home center seems to function correctly, as I seem to be able to add or remove z-wave devices (and getting correct responses in in the leds on the box). But, the box is dead to the world in terms of any external access. I suspect that the issue has to do with the release time of the IP adress or something like that. My experience is that this interaction may fail sometimes. BUT, here comes the question: 1) How do I get access to a device that refuses to get an IP set up? 2) Once I've gotten access (I'm sure I will, eventually) how do I prevent this from happening again? - should I, for instance, restart the box once in a while by a scene, and will this then also force a clearing/restart/refresh of the whole process of IP acquisition ? - or, should I instead set up IP as static also in the home center? If I keep the IP reservation in the router DHCP server, I guess a static IP assignment would not be a problem, right?