I created another new user, new password and removed the previous attempt from Unifi. I changed the Roles to allow full access for network and UniFi OS. Still not connection and still the Debug Event: ctrl error [object Object].
I have the site as default and had the Host as unifi
I assumed that the device status would be reported from the controller? There is a difference between a device being disconnected (left the house, disabled wifi), and a device being blocked on the AP. Maybe a device property tag?
I would just like to be able to check if a device is still blocked in the morning by the flow (could have been unblocked using the Unifi app for example). It’s not a big deal, but I usually check the current status before changing and logging it in the timeline for example. For now I added AND “Connected” for the device as a workaround.
Please try to set to “websocket and interval” in app settings and try again. See my post 2 post above. Perhaps it’s the same reason. It seems that the websocket connection to read device data gets not initialized correctly if “interval only” is set.
Yes, they are.
If I remember right, the current live version was reduced to “interval only” and the Websocket was added again as optional selection in test version. I don’t know if it’s corresponding but you could try.
Ok, I uninstalled the live version, installed the test version and am getting the 401 error mentioned above even with set to “websocket and interval”
What does happen is that in the UniFi OS system log the user account I created for Homey is showing as logged in
You don’t need to uninstall the live version before. Just install over to keep your devices - like an update.
I just hoped the activated websocket would help to prevent the http error - as it was possible for me in app settings page.
I think we have to wait for @ObelixNL to check this issue.