Consider logging (see the nighttime.py example later) to the /tmp so it's easy to check that your automation is running properly) 433Utils - by ninjaBlocks Usually it's in ~/.node-red. I ordered a plug yesterday (12/27). LOCATION: http://192.168.178.2:49915/setup.xml So far they have not moved the older Echo devices forwards so they are still communicating natively instead of going via Belkin Servers. 2017-12-01 10:58:46 fauxmo:225 DEBUG b'M-SEARCH * HTTP/1.1\r\nHOST: 239.255.255.250:1900\r\nMAN: "ssdp:discover"\r\nMX: 1\r\nST: urn:dial-multiscreen-org:service:dial:1\r\nUSER-AGENT: Google Chrome/62.0.3202.94 Windows\r\n\r\n' Oddly enough, speaking to Alexa to turn them on or off still worked. Unfortunately, I saw these comments after I installed and got fauxmo running. Unfortunately I was not extremely organised when I first set this up, So I can tell you 'how' and share some bits of code, but some I am missing. Please make sure you've taken these steps before submitting a new issue: The text was updated successfully, but these errors were encountered: What is your Echo firmware version and what type of device is it? DEBUG:root:Responding to search for test DATE: Fri, 01 Dec 2017 09:58:45 GMT When the original echo dot is online, any of the newer echo's will control the fauxmo devices as normal (on, off), but as soon as I take the original off-line the newer gen2 ones can not find the devices anymore. The discovery of devices is made by querying skill adapters for information, not by direct communication with the devices. sunset = sun['sunset'], now = ('%02d%02d' % (nowtime.hour, nowtime.minute)) ritchierich (Michael) December 22, 2017, 12:38pm #2. - and then send a bespoke message back, listing a number of misdemeanours, leaving them wondering how Alexa knows all this stuff). Same issue here with latest ECHO PLUS Gen2 - Firmware-Version 595530520. logging.info('%s LIGHTS-ON time is %s and sunset -1hr is %s' % (nowtime,now,sun)) It'll be here tomorrow (12/29). python 3.6.3, The installation was as follows: 2017-12-01 10:59:09 fauxmo:143 DEBUG Shutdown starting... It seems to be important to restart the Echo from time to time, otherwise it seems to be in a very unknown state, as of not working correctly. About If i run the fauxmo script with -vvv i can see that the messages are received but there is no answer. So the fauxmo Raspi didn't know how to reach the Echo (both within the same network). time.sleep(0.1) Alexa Not Discovering Hue Alexa is a virtual voice assistant made by Amazon to help make people’s lives a lot easier. Edit: I won't need to as my last ditch effort actually worked (I reset everything - all 4 switches and both Echos) and magically it is working. thanks for the quick response. Hello, Some combination of these things will temporarily allow the discovery of the switches but the next time I go into the Alexa app they are grayed out and indicate "(Offline)". USN: uuid:Socket-1_0-43b3ae40-0ab7-3efb-8425-a09656068511::urn:Belkin:device:**, 2017-12-01 10:58:46 asyncio:1379 DEBUG poll took 31.564 ms: 1 events 2017-12-01 10:58:42 fauxmo:24 DEBUG Attempting to get IP address automatically HTTP/1.1 200 OK I don't have an IPhone but the wemo-android-app seems to do its own detection and seems to be incompatible with fauxmo too. The 1st time it found 12 of my 13 devices but I could do nothing to get the 13th to appear. 2017-12-01 10:58:45 fauxmo:224 DEBUG Received data below from ('192.168.178.34', 50820): During the installation process I was informed that there was a new firmware version (WeMo firmware - not Echo) available and accepted the upgrade. Could not get AFTV2 to discover with WeMo. Now, Alexa will recognize your new device AND your Philips Hue lights will work normally; 4) If you decide to change the name of your fauxmo, you don't need to go though this again. I think that should do it. I'm using an Echo Show with FW: 597464020. I currently have several devices including real hardware that all work fine. Make sure the Alexa-enabled device is in Wi-Fi range. 2017-12-01 10:58:48 fauxmo:224 DEBUG Received data below from ('192.168.178.34', 50820): All devices respond to requests from Alexa. 'POST /upnp/control/basicevent1 HTTP/1.1', 'BinaryState'. Alexa is designed around your voice. HTTP/1.1 200 OK You should look at the official docs on filtering, display filtering and capture filtering. I was running fauxmo 0.3.2 which was working fine so far on my raspbian. SERVER: Fauxmo, UPnP/1.0, Unspecified Will any WeMo device do? Wireshark / tcpdump capture)? I have an older WEMO switch (by fortune), the Echo found this already before I started with the raspi. OPT: "http://schemas.upnp.org/upnp/1/0/"; ns=01 With a new update, Amazon Echo users can tell Alexa to turn WeMo Switches and Philips Hue lights on and off. and of course Fauxmo But the good news is. I assume you've tried re-discovering a few times? Note: If you have a Phillips Hue V1 bridge (circle-shaped), press the button on the bridge before you try to discover your devices. So after my python was installed, i switched directly to the comit referred by @n8henrie (d0da2b4). 2017-12-01 10:58:46 fauxmo:224 DEBUG Received data below from ('192.168.178.180', 50000): I had previously installed Wemo Connect and without issues it found all 13 of my devices. I also tried to configure the WeMo app on IOS to find my fauxmo, but it did not like the MAC address (because of course it's not in the Belkin MAC address range). Thanks for all the testers helping out with this. OPT: "http://schemas.upnp.org/upnp/1/0/"; ns=01 Then clear out your WireShark log, reset your WeMo switch to factory settings, start capturing, then set up the WeMo device from scratch while capturing. 2017-12-01 10:58:45 fauxmo:224 DEBUG Received data below from ('192.168.178.180', 50000): Devices now discovered and working with the code change I mentioned previously. ST: urn:Belkin:device:** However recent Black Friday deals, I got the new Echo gen2, and hey guess what, the problems started as described by other users. Before changeing to much on the old code, i checked back and noticed that there was a lot ongoing changes in the last 6 month, so i decided to give a full update a try. Any advice or good articles that anybody can recommend? I activated the WEMO skill, after that Alexa discovered the WEMO switch but not the raspi. Asked Alexa to forget all of my previously defined devices. Open Alexa. /r/AmazonEcho is a community centered around the Amazon Echo, or as we like to call her - Alexa. She's always on—just ask for information, music, news, weather, and more. CACHE-CONTROL: max-age=86400 LOCATION: http://192.168.178.2:49915/setup.xml Attached are the log of the discovery and my config.json. I'll try and do a test with the Echo Plus offline as soon as I can. Specifically I changed the response in the function "respond_to_search" from: As yet I haven't managed to get the devices working but I suspect that's more to do with my environment rather than the fauxmo code. Connect Amazon Alexa to WeMo Smart Plug to unlock powerful experiences Do more with Amazon Alexa by connecting it to WeMo Smart Plug, and hundreds of other apps and devices, with IFTTT. 2017-12-01 10:58:45 fauxmo:225 DEBUG b'M-SEARCH * HTTP/1.1\r\nHOST: 239.255.255.250:1900\r\nMAN: "ssdp:discover"\r\nMX: 1\r\nST: urn:dial-multiscreen-org:service:dial:1\r\nUSER-AGENT: Google Chrome/62.0.3202.94 Windows\r\n\r\n' @n8henrie - Tried d0da2b4 but it doesn't change anything, still finds the devices on the second discovery. I can still control them through the WeMo app and through Alexa but if I tell Alexa to forget one, it can't rediscover it without jumping through bizarre hoops as shown above. If there is anything there I can help with let me know. I too have some Energenie power plugs and looking to setup Echo Dot to control them via 433MHz from RaspberryPi with Fauxmo. I am trying to find any "offical" clues from amazon, that Echo2 still nativly supports wemo-switches. Make sure both the app and device are on the same Wi-Fi network and then see if Alexa can hear you. 2017-12-01 10:58:42 asyncio:947 DEBUG Datagram endpoint remote_addr=None created: (<_SelectorDatagramTransport fd=8 read=idle write=>, ) @SuoaJ -- no, it doesn't, as I've (indirectly) mentioned in the FAQ. But not the Wemo Belkin plug. I'll continue testing and report back when I have a fully functioning system. That's why I am saying, key to resolve the issue is getting fauxmo to work with the wemo-app. You cannot connect devices to Alexa directly to your Fire TV , including WeMo or Hue devices. I've almost achieved my own HAL9000. I think, as soon as it stops working for me too, I might go for buying a genuine wemo socket switch and analyse the network traffic. It's pretty cool to be able to say 'Alexa, turn my garden watering system on' and my Pi turns on the outdoor watering system. 2017-12-01 10:58:46 fauxmo:224 DEBUG Received data below from ('192.168.178.1', 41766): CACHE-CONTROL: max-age=86400 Select Hue Bridge V1 as the device type. If Alexa can’t find your WeMo device, make sure the Echo is connected to the 2.4 GHz WiFi network, if you have a dual-band router. We’ll occasionally send you account related emails. Would you mind sharing code on how you accomplished this please? maybe the solution Enabling the Wemo Skill in the Amazon Alexa app The first part of linking your Amazon Alexa app with Wemo is to enable the Wemo Skill in the Amazon Alexa app. sun = ('%02d%02d' % (sunset.hour - 1, sunset.minute)), a = 1 Install 433Utils on the PI - https://github.com/ninjablocks/433Utils 2017-12-01 10:58:42 fauxmo:37 INFO Fauxmo v0.4.5 Emulating Hue has the advantage of no longer being dependant on wemo support by alexa. Alexa Not Able To Discover WeMo Switch After Firmware Upgrade : amazonecho. from astral import * Looks like you're using new Reddit on an old browser. Environment: print "it is now night" Download and install any software updates available for your devices. while a == 1 : else: Maybe you want to take a look at it. os.system("python /home/pi/python/lights_on.py")`, The contents of the "lights_on.py" are below (I throw the switch off first, and then send the on signal twice just to be sure. I intend to have a play anyway, because you can get the server to respond with text for Alexa to say, and I might have some fun with the kids using that as a bit of a trick. I can confirm:-. They are now all grayed out in the list of connected devices and show "(Offline)" and forgetting one and discovering results in them being not found. I have a feeling that it doesn't work because I don't have the Alexa WEMO skill installed. Successfully merging a pull request may close this issue. However , if you can solve it (Find how Alexa is scanning and respond to it) maybe it is still workable, because Alexa has to run the scan locally it can't rely on the Belkin servers to scan the local network. ", I think the key to takle this issue is to get fauxmo to work on echo2 with the wemo-app and asking users to activate the wemo-skill. CACHE-CONTROL: max-age=86400 source venv/bin/activate Every time it takes at least an hour to set up. Fairly simple this will first send the off codes, then the on codes Try to make the names as unique as possible. WEMO is a growing family of innovative, easy-to-use products that use mobile internet to control your home electronics, power, water, and WiFi right from your smartphone or tablet. CONCLUSION Discovery still working perfectly. shortly before the holidays, my family noticed that my switches don't work with alexa anymore. Can you clarify what you're seeing / what "isn't working"? Then make sure the right device list is set in your ST Alexa … ;-)A few months ago, I have explored here, how to use Alexa, an intelligent personal assistant made popular by the Amazon Echo and Echo-Dot, in … However, if your Amazon Echo could not find your Wemo devices, enable the Wemo Smart Home Skill to link them with the Amazon Echo. Then, re-enable your smart home device again. Also looking through this and comparing with https://www.techtronic.us/hacking-my-wemo-with-windows-phone/ it looks like the URN should also use the same pattern found in ST, so I've made this change in d0da2b4. ST: urn:Belkin:device:** nowtime = datetime.now() 2017-12-01 10:58:48 asyncio:1379 INFO poll took 1000.121 ms: 1 events print "it is still daytime" logging.basicConfig(filename='/tmp/night_time.log',level=logging.DEBUG), ast = Astral() I see the SSDP traffic in my -vvv output but no discovery is actually finished. @n8henrie No skill needs to be added to Alexa. SERVER: Fauxmo, UPnP/1.0, Unspecified Alternatively, you can also discover devices using the Amazon Alexa app, by following the steps shown in the figure below. Alexa not working with your smart home camera? LOCATION: http://192.168.178.2:49915/setup.xml Back and forth between Wemo app that can't find the device. SERVER: Fauxmo, UPnP/1.0, Unspecified A first try to discover showed at least some fauxmo action again, so it responded to the echo requests. All times fauxmo responded, but Echo seems to ignore the switches/information. So in case, our Wemo device is not detected or unreachable, this will help us to find a solution. Sorry folks. I can't install the skill because I don't have any real WEMO devices and the skill installation seems to insist that I have one it can find (I'm open to suggestions if anyone knows how I might get around this limitation). started my test fauxmo and asked Alexa to discover devices, the terminal window was silent and Alex found nothing just the pooling loop started. Can you install that branch and see discovery works with your Echo 2? I still don't have an Echo Plus (and don't plan to get one, since I don't have any Zigbee devices and my Echo works just fun), so I have no practical way of even trying to resolve this issue right now. Not sure whats the issue with this, but in the Serial Monitor I can see the logs which is showing that I am getting ping from Alexa to my ESP8266. HTTP/1.1 200 OK DEBUG:root:FauxMo device 'test' ready on 192.168.0.54:52010 2017-12-01 10:58:44 fauxmo:224 DEBUG Received data below from ('192.168.178.180', 50000): EXT: You can say "Alexa, scan for devices" and the Amazon Echo will look for your Wemo devices. DEBUG:root:Listening for UPnP broadcasts The site may not work properly if you don't, If you do not update your browser, we suggest you visit, Press J to jump to the feed. Now it works with issue_38 on the second try, and i'll check the specific commit, too. The Wemo and Hue devices were discovered immediately and have worked perfectly since. Can this work without a physical echo device? Finally I did a factory reset at the Echo, then the raspi and the WEMO was discovered immediately. Check for device or setup issues Try these steps first: Make sure that your smart home device is compatible with Alexa. My understanding is that Zigbee is a radio waves type of communication. DATE: Fri, 01 Dec 2017 09:58:46 GMT ST: urn:Belkin:device:** SERVER: Fauxmo, UPnP/1.0, Unspecified python3 -m venv venv SERVER: Fauxmo, UPnP/1.0, Unspecified l = Location(('Town_name', 'UK', 53.14, -1.25, 'Europe/London', 0)) USN: uuid:Socket-1_0-43b3ae40-0ab7-3efb-8425-a09656068511::urn:Belkin:device:**, 2017-12-01 10:58:45 asyncio:1379 DEBUG poll took 11.092 ms: 1 events Assuming nothing is broken for previous versions looks like a result. I tried it two times, and i tried it using the app and the voice command. EXT: With the commit from @n8henrie it works a "bit" better but still not perfect. Next, using the Alexa app platform, tap on “Discover Devices” in order that Alexa will discover all compatible Wemo devices within range. And i think this is where the issues started (but where not noticed immedially). So I'm more or less a "command line copier":-). @n8henrie -- To answer your question: The fauxmo devices don't show up in the app after discovery is complete. 01-NLS: d6b26f06-b7e8-4713-a0ce-26fcd2e55668 Down below is the debug log. WeMo devices suddenly not responding None of my Echo devices can control my WeMo lights this evening. The rest is just straight-forward use of the fauxmo set-up, when you receive an on or off command from Alexa you execute your on or off python command from the fauxmo session. Enter Wifi. So a second discover is mostly not really needed because it seems to be an issue with the Webinterface. I also noticed that the Echo queried for the devices a few times: So First point of order - Thank-you for developing and sharing this code, it's brilliant. My discovery is working as it should now with an Echo Dot V2 with the latest firmware. I also found this thread on the WeMo forums where other people were having the same problem and posted there. For some reason (i really don't know what the Echo had), the Echo didn't respond to arp requests anymore. Somewhere around here I have an old 802.11 G standard router. they can be controlled by 2 different codes which might be handy when you have multiple sets). 01-NLS: 0d0929e4-e570-4467-9e55-1104f71355af OPT: "http://schemas.upnp.org/upnp/1/0/"; ns=01 (GMT). It worked fine earlier today, but now any time I try, the blue Echo light spins for a few seconds, and I get whatever light/group “isn’t responding”. Amazon has more detailed instructions on their website if you need them. 2017-12-01 10:58:42 fauxmo:37 DEBUG Using IP address: 192.168.178.2 If you can lay your hands on an older echo dot (I'd guess quite cheap second hand) as long as it is in the network then Alexa can 'find devices' running fauxmo, and all the echos (even the new ones) can control the fauxmo. Not only did it not discover the new switches, it found 2 less devices then usual (my first two switches). Plug in a WeMo Mini Smart Plug, download the free app, and control your lights and appliances from your phone and your voice through Alexa, Google Assistant and Apple Home Kit. Can't use Wireshark for that. Thank you! Enable Hue Bridge emulation and perform a device discovery in the Alexa app. Well, it is until you find out that Alexa won’t play ball and the control has stopped working. SERVER: Fauxmo, UPnP/1.0, Unspecified DEBUG:root:got local address of 192.168.0.54 I've installed the issue_38 branch according to the readme (Simple install section). [GCC 5.4.0 20160609] privacy statement. I have an Echo Plus and would be willing to purchase a Belkin WeMo device to capture a pcap if somebody wants to help me through it. WeMo Mini features a sleek new form factor that allows you to stack two Mini Smart Plugs in the same outlet. I've made a small modification that should respond with the same ST: pattern the Echo sent out, seems to retain discovery on my Echo 1 and hopefully should also work for the newer devices. Hope someone has some ideas, I'd love to get this working. I followed the instructions on the docs ( http://fauxmo.readthedocs.io/en/latest/md/protocol_notes.html ). 2017-12-01 10:58:46 fauxmo:225 DEBUG b'M-SEARCH * HTTP/1.1\r\nMX: 3\r\nST: upnp:rootdevice\r\nHOST: 239.255.255.250:1900\r\nMAN: "ssdp:discover"\r\n\r\n' 2017-12-01 10:58:46 fauxmo:225 DEBUG b'M-SEARCH * HTTP/1.1\r\nHOST: 239.255.255.250:1900\r\nMAN: "ssdp:discover"\r\nMX: 5\r\nST: urn:schemas-upnp-org:device:avm-aha:1\r\n\r\n' EXT: As most virtual assistants, Alexa listens and responds to all of your queries through voice. But when i ask the Echo about "state of -device-" it always responds with "-device- doesn't support this.". That fixed them right up. USN: uuid:Socket-1_0-43b3ae40-0ab7-3efb-8425-a09656068511::urn:Belkin:device:**, 2017-12-01 10:58:45 asyncio:1379 DEBUG poll took 0.019 ms: 1 events Good news - It works. Relays and lights with friendly names beginning with a dollar sign ( $) will cause Tasmota to not "announce" them (i.e., be hidden) to Alexa. ST: urn:Belkin:device:** I know this is about cracking it with Pi, but I mention it, because My Mum has Energenie sockets already but I am not setting a Pi up at her house, because let's face it - Mums break tech all the time, she is getting an Echo and a MiHome Hum with 3 extra sockets for Christmas (And I am already anticipating my regret!!). I don't have an echo 2. Please tell me if I can, and how I can support here with further debug logs etc. 01-NLS: d888ce95-e23d-432c-bd21-abebe7c022f1 DATE: Fri, 01 Dec 2017 09:58:46 GMT 2017-12-01 10:58:45 fauxmo:225 DEBUG b'M-SEARCH * HTTP/1.1\r\nMX: 3\r\nST: upnp:rootdevice\r\nHOST: 239.255.255.250:1900\r\nMAN: "ssdp:discover"\r\n\r\n' If it's getting power, the small … The connection with the WiFi works perfectly, I checked this in my Router and on the Serial Monitor. https://github.com/Monarch73/org.huesken.hueemu It was not discovered. USN: uuid:Socket-1_0-43b3ae40-0ab7-3efb-8425-a09656068511::urn:Belkin:device:**, 2017-12-01 10:58:45 asyncio:1379 DEBUG poll took 483.998 ms: 1 events Still will not discover the plug. My echo is at 10.0.4.49 and the machine running fauxmo is at 10.0.4.45 - I did a power recycle on the Echo before doing the discovery. Tap on “Choose Device” at the bottom of the page, which will result in a list displaying all Wemo devices found. config.json unchanged from previous tests. HTTP/1.1 200 OK OPT: "http://schemas.upnp.org/upnp/1/0/"; ns=01 No hub or subscription required; Compact size. This time you can see responses but the devices are still not discovered. usually I just throw some time switches on the plugs, but I got some more Energenie 433Mhz sockets , so I thought I will set up a fauxmo called "Christmas" and guess what, the new Gen2 echo can not find the device (even with the original dot online), but then when I ask the original dot to do the scan it finds it, registers it and the other echos can now turn Christmas on and off. Thanks everyone for the suggestions and the fixes. Disconnect your smart home device using the Disable option for your device in the Alexa app. After changeing my configuration to work with the new fauxmo, i started fauxmo successfully. (It's not you, it's them). 4.9.0-3-amd64 #1 SMP Debian 4.9.30-2+deb9u5 (2017-09-19) x86_64 GNU/Linux Amazon Echo enters the smart home with support for WeMo and Hue. ^C2017-12-01 10:59:09 asyncio:1379 INFO poll took 20970.146 ms: 1 events 2017-12-01 10:58:47 asyncio:1379 DEBUG poll took 999.642 ms: 1 events Alexa - NodeMCU: WeMo Emulation Made Simple: This Instructable is one of the winners on "Automation" contest 2017. Quick little demo of an Amazon Alexa Dot controlling a virtual WeMo device (emulated by a NodeMCU/ESP8266). Recently however I renamed and moved several wemos and Wemo Connect did not reflect all these changes correctly. 2017-12-01 10:58:42 fauxmo:103 DEBUG device config: {'name': 'output', 'port': 49915, 'on_cmd': 'touch testfile.txt', 'off_cmd': 'rm testfile.txt', 'state_cmd': 'ls testfile.txt'} --However-- CACHE-CONTROL: max-age=86400 I've started reading about the UPnP protocol so I can be a little more self sufficient with the diagnosis. Hi, have a look on this issue: from datetime import datetime Based on @ertgtct suggestion I did some experimentation and now I can find the devices on discovery. Alexa is not able to detect my device. I have the latest fauxmo v0.4.5 version. It looks like it is appropriately responding with the same ST it is getting, and it found devices when it requested (and got a response) with ST: ssdp:all but not with ST: upnp:rootdevice. https://github.com/kakopappa At relase i got a new Echo Gen 2, which replaced my old Echo. CACHE-CONTROL: max-age=86400 CACHE-CONTROL: max-age=86400 2017-12-01 10:58:46 fauxmo:225 DEBUG b'M-SEARCH * HTTP/1.1\r\nMX: 3\r\nST: upnp:rootdevice\r\nHOST: 239.255.255.250:1900\r\nMAN: "ssdp:discover"\r\n\r\n' l.sun() You could (if you are interested to do this) hook up both the transmitter and receiver to the Pi, then listen for signals all the time, this way you can make sure the Pi always knows the on/off state of the sockets whether they are controlled by Alex/pi or by the hand-held remote. I installed python 3.6.1 in a pyenv as suggested on the README. If you have Wemo devices that have similar names, your Alexa might have trouble distinguishing them apart. HTTP/1.1 200 OK Other devices that I've installed have all had the Alexa skill before they were discovered. You signed in with another tab or window. EXT: :(, Thanks for fauxmo, it's a really cool solution i like it a lot :). Hiya, I have been using fauxmo for about 2 years with an Ecoo Dot and a Pi. I'm back at work tomorrow (UK public holiday today) but I'll try and find a little time to test the latest issue_38 with my echo plus (FW 595530420). 2017-12-01 10:58:45 fauxmo:265 DEBUG Sending response to ('192.168.178.180', 50000): I don't have an Echo but I own an Android phone with Alexa installed. @n8henrie - Excellent thanks, I'll give it a try this evening and report back. And i don't have any smart home skill installed. "Fauxmo response to setup request" stand in the log or? Here's how to fix it. http://www.belkin.com/us/F7C063-Belkin/p/P-F7C063/. I got an Echo plus at christmas and instantly bought a raspberry (no experience with Linux or Python). Locking this discussion, which has gotten unwieldy. Understanding Device Information I learnt along the way - get your Pi to restart everyday using cron (it's just neater and cleaner I restart at 03:05). The Echo is sending SSDP SEARCH but the fauxmo devices are not responding. HTTP/1.1 200 OK @AshZS They're a little older now, but I've written up a few posts on getting 433 working with the Pi -- you may consider giving them a look in addition to the info @BetMadZac73 has provided. Alexa, Discover Devices. Am I doing something wrong or is Echo Show behaving differently from Echo Plus? But I have reports form other 2nd gen echo users that fauxmoesp does not work as well. DATE: Fri, 01 Dec 2017 09:58:44 GMT 2017-12-01 10:58:48 fauxmo:225 DEBUG b'M-SEARCH * HTTP/1.1\r\nHOST: 239.255.255.250:1900\r\nMAN: "ssdp:discover"\r\nMX: 1\r\nST: urn:dial-multiscreen-org:service:dial:1\r\nUSER-AGENT: Google Chrome/62.0.3202.94 Windows\r\n\r\n' USN: uuid:Socket-1_0-43b3ae40-0ab7-3efb-8425-a09656068511::urn:Belkin:device:**, 2017-12-01 10:58:46 asyncio:1379 DEBUG poll took 486.742 ms: 1 events That everything looked okay so far, but no luck so far request may close this:. Is running same version as your dot btw ) both within the Wi-Fi... 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