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Two gateways in different locations connected via a mobile app - geofencing



I have two gateways in different locations. Everything works fine except the limitation to be connected only to one gateway via a mobile app (Fibaro Home Center) at the time. But I can live with that, swapping gateways manually.


But problem is to use geofencing like a home/away trigger. It works only for the gateway which is at the moment connected to the mobile app. In practice, this means that approaching location A, to be connected by the app to the gateway in location B, geofencing is not working. It is annoying to keep in mind to swap gateways manually approaching the location. This is not automation at all.


Is there any way how to swap automatically the gateway connected to the mobile app according to the location?

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      thanks for the reply, I've already tried this. I had to clone the app and it works. However, I think it should work in one application ... I just don't know how to do it.

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    On iOS no need to clone, there are two Fibaro apps


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