03-04-2019 02:07 PM
I have eight light switches and one outlet switch which previously showed up by their assigned names on my router. I did reset my router, but setup the same wireless SID and the WEMO app sees them all fine. I am just curious why I don't see them in the DHCP client table. Not sure how they are working at this point-in-time.
03-05-2019 12:53 AM
Hi there! If you can still control the units using the Wemo App, integrate with Google, Alexa, or Apple Homekit, or even the rules that were set are actively working, this could be an issue isolated on the router itself. How about the non-Wemo devices connected on the network? You may try to reboot the router, including all Wemos if possible, and check of the same thing happens.
03-05-2019 04:03 AM
They absolutely work fine with Google assistant and the WEMO app so they are definately connected to my WiFI, they just don't show up in the DHCP table. All of my other devices such as phones, tablets, and computers are in the table. I will mention that when I initially configured them they all showed up, however after having to do a factory reset on my router last week, they just don't show.
Update...One other anomaly I noticed the other day which has resurfaced this morning. In an attempt to "fix" things I reset one of my WEMO switches to factory defaults then added it back into the mix. After that my router showed all nine WEMO devices however they all had the same device name in the table as the one that I had removed and re-added, although each had unique IP addresses and MAC addresses as they should. How weird is that?
|Front Door Light||Wireless||192.168.1.156|
|Front Door Light||Wireless||192.168.1.147|
|Front Door Light||Wireless||192.168.1.174|
|Front Door Light||Wireless||192.168.1.138|
|Front Door Light||Wireless||192.168.1.104|
|Front Door Light||Wireless||192.168.1.179|
|Front Door Light||Wireless||192.168.1.121|
|Front Door Light||Wireless||192.168.1.185|
|Front Door Light||Wireless||192.168.1.186|
03-05-2019 05:09 AM
It seems that all your Wemos still recognize the old Wi-Fi settings prior the reset. Though the new Wi-Fi settings are identical on the old one, there's a need to reconfigure the units when you update, change, or reset the router's Wi-Fi settings. Let us have our Escalation Engineers look into this further by sending an email at WemoCares@belkin.com. Please include the following details so they can run their diagnosis on the setback.