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Interference between HC2 and HC3


RohitNz
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I am currently using HC2 and will be migrating to HC3 which I have and is live with 2 devices.  I need to rewrite my scenes and VDs etc.

 

Question - will there be any interference between the devices owned by HC2 and the ones owned by HC3 ?

 

The reason I am asking is that the whole stuff is so flaky.  Devices used to go dead all the time.  After literally 5 years of contacting suppliers, installers, support and engineers, I finally figured out the main problem in my network. 

 

My conclusion/assumption is.  It turns out that 2 devices had removed themselves from the "control panel" as the support call it.  I had not realized this as we never tried controlling them from the app or scenes.  And devices around these were using them for hopping messages, which the HC rejected.  Once I re-enrolled these two (after searching for them all over the house), everything has been running sweet, for the first time in 5 years.

 

I would call this extremely flaky thinking, process and code !!!!  And I am beginning to think that I might be up for more pain from similar stupidity happening between the two HCs.

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