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  1. It appears that the Raspberry Pi image of the Domotz Agent also works on the Beagle Bone Black according this this posthttp://community.domotz.com/index.php?/topic/92-agent-for-linux-based-routers-android/&do=findComment&comment=314 Note that this is unsupported from our side, but it adds another potential hardware platform to run the Domotz Agent on.
  2. Configuring Multi-VLAN support for Remote Network Monitoring with Domotz Pro Domotz Pro is a remote network monitoring software which supports multi-VLAN configurations for remote network and device monitoring. The software which is designed for integration companies and IT professionals enables a host of network monitoring features including: Remote Access, Remote Power Management, Network Mapping, SNMP, Alerts, Network Diagnostics and more. Read more about Domotz’s Remote Network Monitoring Features. Domotz supports monitoring of multi-VLAN network configuration through a variety of network installation options which include: Self Installation on a Raspberry Pi (i.e. your own Raspberry Pi device) or via the Domotz Box or Domotz Pi which are available for purchasing from the Domotz Portal. This post will explain how to configure mutli-VLAN support via your own self-installed Raspberry Pi device. Configuring Multi-VLAN support on a Self-Installed Raspberry Pi device for Remote Monitoring Starting from Package version 1.03-201(April 2016) of the Domotz Agent for Raspberry Pi, the full package can be installed on your own Raspberry Pi device and supports the discovery and monitoring of devices hosted on two or more VLANs accessible from the Raspberry Pi. (Instructions and latest package are available here https://portal.domotz.com/portal/hardware/instructions/raspberry) This short guide is meant for users who have multiple VLAN and are already aware of related configuration and procedures. For further details, and step by step guides, on how to configure VLANs on Switches and Raspberry Pi, the user should refer to detailed guides (for example, please refer to: http://www.sbprojects.com/projects/raspberrypi/vlan.php). In order to allow the Domotz to discover and monitor devices on two or more VLANs, the user should configure both the Switch and the Raspberry Pi to multiple VLANs: Switch Configuration The interface port of the switch which will be used to connect the Raspberry Pi, should be configured: - in Access mode / Untagged for the main interface used by the Raspberry to communicate with the gateway (e.g. eth0). - in Trunk 802.1q mode / Tagged for the additional VLANs to be monitored (e.g. the eth0.10 used for lan 10) Please, refer to your specific switch/model guide on how to configure Trunk 802.1q and Access mode (Untagged/Tagged) for the port. Raspberry Pi Configuration In order to configure the Raspberry Pi to access both the main and VLAN interfaces, execute the following steps: 1. Install vlan package and configure moduels: sudo apt-get install vlan sudo su echo 8021q >> /etc/modules exit 2. Open with your favorite text editor /etc/network/interfaces and configure the Network Interface to access the main and VLANs. E.g. if we have a primary network on 192.168.5.0/24 (DHCP) and a secondary VLAN 10 on network 192.168.100.0/24 (Static IP: 192.168.100.200): auto lo iface lo inet loopback auto eth0 allow-hotplug eth0 iface eth0 inet dhcp post-up ifup eth0.10 iface eth0.10 inet static address 192.168.100.200 netmask 255.255.255.0 In bold the part of the configuration due to the VLAN support, if you are using the Stretch version please see bellow the additional steps. 3. Restart the Raspberry Pi Stretch Additional Steps For the new version of Raspbian (Stretch) the "post-up" has no more effect, for this version please do the following: 1 - Create a file “vlans” in /etc/network/if-up.d/: $sudo nano /etc/network/if-up.d/vlans 2 - Add the following to it: #!/bin/sh ifup eth0.10 3 - Make the file executable: $sudo chmod 755 /etc/network/if-up.d/vlans 4 - Reboot the Agent, the interface eth0.10 should be up automatically now. Further reading about Domotz Pro: · Remote Network Monitoring Features · Pricing · Remote Network Management Installation Options
  3. This change log covers what's changed in Domotz Pro service since previous Release Notes. These changes include Domotz Pro cloud APIs, Domotz Agent and Domotz Pro App. Since previous Release Notes new versions of Domotz Agent and Domotz Pro App have been released. In order to fully exploit the new features, functionalities and bug fixes released, please make sure you have installed the latest version of: Domotz Pro Mobile App: check on Apple Store or Google Play. Latest version as of today is 1.2.4 Domotz Agent: check onDomotz Portalunder the license tab. Latest version as per today is 1.1.5 Domotz Pro WebApp is already updated to the latest version. July 28th,2016 Domotz Pro App: 1.2.4-Domotz Agent: 1.1.5 New Features: · Wake-on-LAN support · Automatic Wake-on-LAN Support · Monthly Agent report generation (Beta) · Zigbee Diagnostics via Control 4 (Beta). Only available for users having 5+ licences · TUI tool to assist with network interface configuration -User Guide available upon request · Reboot button on Device Manager · Field Operator user type: Team masters can now create this new type of user. By default these users can only access the Agents they install. Team masters can then add/remove visibility for specific Agents. · ‘Zone’ field added to Device Details Improvements and fixes: · Improved speed test execution and reliability · Other minor fixes
  4. 02/02-2016 release notes

    A new version of Agent and App have been released. Please: • Download the app from the Apple Store or Google Play. • Download and install the agent from the Domotz portal. App - Release notes: • Connection status history is now available under the Network panel. • Multiple VLANs can now be properly monitored. Note:VLAN support is only supported onthe Raspberry Pi version of the Agent. This thread in the Raspberry Pi sub-forumexplains how to configure VLAN support. • Devices that support SNMP will now include detailed information about their network interfaces and status • The list of available agents can now be refreshed with pull-to-refresh on the side-menu. • Visual notifications when new agents are available. • General bug fixes and performance improvements Agent - Release notes: • Multiple VLANs can now be properly monitored. Note: VLAN support is only supported onthe Raspberry Pi version of the Agent.This thread in the Raspberry Pi sub-forumexplains how to configure VLAN support. • Current connection status displayed on agent info page • General bug fixes and performance improvements VLAN support is fully implemented in the latest Domotz Agent across all platforms, but due to some platforms lacking native VLAN support, or a simple way of enabling it, Domotz is not officially supporting it on any other platform than the Raspberry Pi for the time being.
  5. Just a heads up in case someone's having problems logging in to the Domotz Portal, we've updated some things and you might have to do a "hard" refresh of the page, or completely exit your web browser and start it again. Keep in mind that Chrome tends to run in the background even though you've closed all browser windows, which will prevent you from logging in without doing a "hard" refresh of the Portal page.
  6. Domotz not informing Internet down

    Smartthings would tell me I was down, piper would tell me I was down. domotz was silent.
  7. Domotz user portal

    We've implemented a user portal where you can find all the files that you need to use Domotz. Please go tohttps://portal.domotz.comand log in with your Domotz account to access the files.
  8. UptimeRobot

    Hi, Can domotz be integrateted with UptimeRobot (https://uptimerobot.com/)?
  9. Udoo Neo

    We have a report that the Udoo Neo works with the Domotz agent -http://community.domotz.com/index.php?/topic/103-easy-way-to-transfer-license/&do=findComment&comment=327 Note that this is not an officially supported platform, but as long as you run a Debian based OS, it seems to be working.
  10. It looks like the MarvellArmada 375 package will work on the Annapurna Labs based models from Netgear. So far we've only tested it on theRN204, but it seems to be working just fine. This is unsupported, but if you have a recent ReadyNAS, please give it a go and report back here.
  11. Official Android App

    The Domotz App is now officially available on Google Playand you can find it here - https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.domotz.app Please note that we will continue to publish new beta releasesfor those of you that want to test the latest features, but if you want to stick with the stable releases, please use the version available on Google Play.
  12. Official iOS App

    The Domotz App is now officially available in the Apple app store and you can find it here - https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/domotz/id991773982?mt=8 Please note that we will continue to publish new TestFlight versions for those of you that want to test the latest features, but if you want to stick with the stable releases, please use the version available in the Apple store.
  13. Can domotz be integrated with IFTTT?
  14. The Domotz Agent has the following system requirements. If your hardware doesn’t meet or exceed them, the Domotz Agent will most likely not work with your hardware. QNAP QTS 4.3or later. Minimum 512MB of RAM Any x86/x64 processor Annapurna Alpine Unfortunately QNAP has recently discontinued range of devices, so if your NAS doesn't support QTS 4.3, it won't be able to run Domotz. QNAP offers a product status list herehttps://www.qnap.com/en/product/eol.php Please contact QNAP support if you don’t know what processor is used in your NAS or what OS it runs. Raspberry Pi Raspberry Pi Model B, Raspberry Pi Model B+, Raspberry Pi 2 model B and Raspberry Pi 3 model B. Note that the Raspberry Pi Model A, Raspberry Pi Model A+ and the Raspberry Pi Zeroare not recommended due to hardware limitations. ReadyNAS OS 6.x or later. Minimum 512MB of RAM Any x86/x64 processor The following ARM based processors: Marvell Armada 370 andAnnapurna Alpine. Synology DSM 5.x or later. Minimum 512MB of RAM Any x86/x64 processor The following ARM based processors: Marvell Armada 370,375 and XP. We also anticipate to support the following ARM based processors: Annapurna Alpine, Freescale QorIQ LS1024A/ Mindspeed Comcerto 2000. Note that Marvell Kirkwood processors are not supported, nor are any PowerPC based processors, such as the Freescale PowerQUICC or QorIQ P-series. No models prior to the x10-series are supported. Synology lists the CPU used in their various models on their website, although for older models you might have to contact Synology's support.
  15. Note that when you update the Domotz Agent, due to the fact that at the moment, the old Agent has to be uninstalled first, you'll be able to resume when you install the new Agent by simply logging in with the same account again. The new Agent will detect the data from the previous installation and resume where you left off. You'll see a screen that asks you to resume once you've logged in and it'll then take a little while for the Agent to resume and detect any new devices on the network.
  16. Welcome to the Domotz community

    Welcome to the Domotz community. This is a place where you can ask questions about our products and the team here at Domotz as well as our community members will try to helpanswer your questions. This should also be your first port of call for support, alongside with our knowledge base, since as we're still a small company, we can't offer 24/7 support. We do strive to answer questions as quickly as we can though, but please don't freak out if you don't get a response straight away, as we might also have to test things on our side to figure out what's going on when someone's having a new problem.