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  1. 8 points
    Would be great to see two factor enabled for the Domotz apps and web portal - especially since this gives remote access to my network...
  2. 4 points
    Is it possible to add the history of Important Devices and the ISP downtime into the report? It would be nice if we had the option to enable or disable this information when generating a report. Right now I have to print the screen separately for these. This way we can show the client something more then the number of times the device or ISP lost a connection.
  3. 3 points
    I have a Fish Tank with a temperature sensor installed on a Raspberry Pi Zero W that I wanted to monitor with Domotz Pro to receive push and emails alerts when the temperature is too high or too low. This is what I did: The sensor is the DS18B20. I wired it to the Raspberry Pi Zero this way: So I enabled OneWire support to read the sensor data: Add to the end of the file /boot/config.txt this line: dtoverlay=w1-gpio And restart the system: $init 6 To find out if the sensor was correctly recognized go to the folder /sys/bus/w1/devices/ and confirm that a 28-XXXXX folder has been created: $ cd /sys/bus/w1/devices/ $ ls 28-02079245a4ec w1_bus_master1 To read the temperature see the contents of the w1_slave file inside this folder: pi@FishTank:/sys/bus/w1/devices $ cd 28-02079245a4ec pi@FishTank:/sys/bus/w1/devices/28-02079245a4ec $ cat w1_slave bd 01 55 05 7f 7e 81 66 42 : crc=42 YES bd 01 55 05 7f 7e 81 66 42 t=27812 At that moment the water temperature was 27.812 Celsius. I'm using this script in Python (/home/pi/temp_snmp.py) to get the temperatures: #!/usr/bin/env python # -*- coding: utf-8 -*- import os import glob import time os.system('modprobe w1-gpio') os.system('modprobe w1-therm') base_dir = '/sys/bus/w1/devices/' device_folder = glob.glob(base_dir + '28*')[0] device_file = device_folder + '/w1_slave' def read_temp_raw(): f = open(device_file, 'r') lines = f.readlines() f.close() return lines def read_temp(): lines = read_temp_raw() while lines[0].strip()[-3:] != 'YES': time.sleep(0.2) lines = read_temp_raw() equals_pos = lines[1].find('t=') if equals_pos != -1: temp_string = lines[1][equals_pos+2:] temp_c = float(temp_string) / 1000.0 temp_c = round(temp_c, 2) # temp_f = temp_c * 9.0 / 5.0 + 32.0 return temp_c # return temp_f temp = read_temp() print temp There are several other sensors that you can use with the Raspberry Pi, just create a script that print the current temperature. To create the OID make sure that you have installed the snmp packages: $sudo apt-get install snmp snmpd Add to the end of the file /etc/snmp/snmpd.conf: pass .1.3.6.1.2.1.25.1.7.1 /bin/sh /home/pi/temp_snmp.sh -g Create the script file /home/pi/temp_snmp.sh with the following content: #!/bin/bash if [ "$1" = "-g" ] then echo .1.3.6.1.2.1.25.1.7.1 echo integer #set the OID as INTEGER python -u /home/pi/temp_snmp.py #it will print the actual temperature. fi exit 0 Now, stop the snmpd service and run it using your actual user (if something goes wrong check the log file errlog.txt): $sudo service snmpd stop $snmpd -Lf errlog.txt And confirm that everything is working fine: $ snmpget -v2c -c public 127.0.0.1 .1.3.6.1.2.1.25.1.7.1 iso.3.6.1.2.1.25.1.7.1 = INTEGER: 28 As you can see, every time you read the OID .1.3.6.1.2.1.25.1.7.1 it will run the script that will return the temperature value. Now you can setup the Domotz Eyes to read the SNMP sensor and create the Alerts: Following this same example you can create your own SNMP sensors and monitor them using your Domotz Pro agent. This way I can receive alerts whenever the temperature goes down or increases too much: To better understand the syntax used in the snmpd.conf file refer to the man page (man snmpd.conf). Do not hesitate to comment or share your own project in our community. Henrique Salvador Domotz Support
  4. 3 points
    Excellent, thanks for the explanation and quick response. Once again, I have to tell you how much I like your platform and service! Nothing else like it, and you have a polished implementation too. Much appreciated.
  5. 3 points
    Please see attached for a ready compiled version of the RDP wrapper. To install, unzip the file, run install.bat followed by update.bat. You can then run RDPConf to make sure everything is working, all the text should be green. If the included RDPCheck takes you to a Windows login screen, you should be able to use the RDP Wrapper with the Remote Desktop option under Connect in the Domotz mobile apps or web app. Note: You might have to disable Allow Remote Assistance in Windows before the RDP wrapper allows RDP connections. We can't guarantee that this works with all versions of Windows, but it's worth giving it a try if the version you have doesn't support Remote Desktop connectivity. We've tested on Windows Vista, Windows 8 and Windows 10 and have successfully made it work. RDPWrap-v1.6.zip
  6. 3 points
    Hi, I have been meaning to make this post for a while now, but now I'm finally doing it Over the years I have been involved in a lot of betas for both hardware and software and I have to say this is probably the best run beta I have been in. The product was almost a finished product before it even got to the beta stage. However, the best part of this beta has been the staff. You guys have first hand knowledge of the product, are involved with the direction it is going, respond to every post on the forums, and answer every email. So with that said, Lars, Giancarlo, and Silvio give yourselves a pat on the back for a job well done.
  7. 2 points
    We just added a simple application showing how to use the Public API and some clever open source libraries to create an Excel file containing all the devices in every managed Domotz Agent. The code and the instructions to run it can be found here.
  8. 2 points
    Hello, Here's how to connect to a remote QSC Q-Sys Core via Domotz. These directions and the attached script are based off the Extron from remote thread. I've modified the script to work with the ports Q-Sys uses. Q-Sys Instructions 1. Select the Q-Sys Core from the Domotz WebApp → Device list → Device 2. Go to "Connect" tab 3. Click on "Open a TCP tunnel" 4. Insert the TCP Port. By default you will need to open 3 tunnels for the following ports: 80, 1700 and 6504. 5. Wait to have the tunnel setup 6. Repeat steps 3 and 4 for each port. 7. You will have a host and a port for each TCP Tunnel (see the Extron thread linked at the top for screenshots). 8. Open the .bat file as Administrator (see link below) and enter the requested information on the screen. 9. Add a hard link within Q-Sys Designer following QSC's documentation and use the loopback address you chose (e.g. 127.0.0.100). Note: Make sure the mode is set to HTTP. You should see it turn green. 10. Click OK, then File -> Load from Core & Connect and you should see the Core listed there to connect to. Domotz Q-Sys Connect.bat
  9. 2 points
    hi BlackBridgeSystems We are sorry to read you have problems with our software. Checking on Qnap site it seems that TS-419P II have a marvell cpu and TS-469 an Atom x64, could you try to install again the agent using our last packages and let us now if they fix the problem? https://s3-eu-west-1.amazonaws.com/domotz-temporary/qnap/domotz-qnap-x64-4.3.0-2.4.1-2.3.1-b001-0058.qpkg for TS-469 and https://s3-eu-west-1.amazonaws.com/domotz-temporary/qnap/domotz-qnap-marvell-4.3.0-2.4.1-2.3.1-b001-0058.qpkg for TS-419P II
  10. 2 points
    Wondering if OpenMesh is on your radar for integration? Cheers, Matt
  11. 2 points
  12. 2 points
    Giancarlo, I sense a bit of frustration in your response given the explanation marks and the general tone of your response. Probably doesn't give the best impression to new potential customers like myself as he asked a very valid question. I prefer to work with companies that appreciate feedback of all kinds, even frustration. I will venture to say that I think his question/point is more about policy and communication, or at least mine are below. BTW I also noticed the same increase between the time I installed my first agent and then my second which caught me by surprise. I could be wrong but I also recall the increase being similar to what was mentioned. However to set the record straight would you clarify for a single credit what was the price increase percentage then? Were any other pricing changes made aside from single credit, and do you expect any more in the near future? 1) What is your policy for pricing changes, do you have some timeframe you will commit to where we wont expect them to go up? Will you commit to your customers that when and if they increase they will only increase by X%? Thats extremely important to understand for a small business given your expectation to be a core piece of our infrastructure. I typically expect such a commitment from new vendors with little to no established history of pricing control yet. Otherwise the risk/financial exposure can be too much for some. 2) If a price change is expected, do you give customers advance notice so they can plan ahead and work that cost into their services? If so how much advanced notice do you plan to offer? Do you look for feedback from your customers on such changes or are those decisions only made within the internal vacuum of Domotz? Please don't take these questions as criticism, they are merely necessary for planning and level setting a mutually beneficial relationship.
  13. 2 points
    Hi all, This is all the steps to connect from remote to your Control4 Director using Domotz Pro: Control4 Instruction Select the Control4 Director Go to "Connect" tab Click on "Create a TCP tunnel" Insert the Control4 Director TCP Port. By default "5021" Wait to have the tunnel setup You get two informations: Host Port Run as administrator the Control4.bat script (see attachment bellow) and enter the HOST and PORT previously provided. Open Control4 Composer and create a connection to the local address 127.0.0.1 (it will be forwarded to the Domotz TCP Tunnel). Let us know if you have any problem. Henrique Salvador Domotz Support support@domotz.com Control4.bat
  14. 2 points
    Hi there are 2 reports available, the last 30 days and a device report. The last 30 day report only shows 30 day status for the wan connection and then basically shows a device list which is useless as that is available in the other report. I would love to see a report that showed the amount of offline events for all the devices. I realize with a large project that could be lengthy so maybe there could be a "filter by device" option before the report is generated. This would be a phenomenal feature that is an absolute necessity. After all, this would prove to the client the value of the domotz box. Please implement this asap.
  15. 2 points
    Hello, I'm wondering if it is possible to separate the device listing for each network/VLAN. Typically, we have a guest VLAN and it's not so important who/what is on it. But of course being able to see what's happening is still good/important. And if it could be possible to switch alerts off for a specific VLAN/nework would be really nice. Best, Daniel
  16. 2 points
    We are looking into this at the moment, together with the QNAP team
  17. 2 points
    I was reviewing my network with Wireshark and noticed the incredible amount of ARP requests that Domotz outputs. It sends an ARP request to every IP address in my network. I have 2 VLANs that Domotz monitors. Is every 30 seconds really necessary? Looking at my L3 network switch, it looks like my CPU jumps up 10% every 30 seconds. Not a huge impact, but it seems a bit excessive. Anyone else notice this? Is there a way to change the frequency?
  18. 2 points
    Hi folks, We are also seeing large amounts of broadcast ARPs - 500 broadcasts over a 1s period, every 30 seconds. Although this may be acceptable to devices with powerful processors, our humbler devices (10Base-T) are getting heavily loaded by this, and our real application messages are getting slowed/lost. Is it not possible to stagger these ARPs, or send unicast to known devices, rather than hitting a network so heavily, so often? We also notice broadcast ARPing to subnet-broadcast address x.x.x.255/24 and x.x.x.0/24?
  19. 2 points
    I actually prefer the PerfSonar system to be honest- those of you saying you get repeatable results should consider what you are saying. Is it really your belief that a broadband trunk will have the same response at 6pm as it will at 4am. These are like Highways and there will always be traffic at certain points that will cause congestion and variances. If you are not seeing these it is likely that the test is not a legitimate implementation, and is perhaps skewed as may be the case in both OOkla and speedtest.net who are both receiving large amounts of advertising funds from a few large players. Now I would never insinuate that a company that survives off of advertising funds would ever skew reports about connectivity results from their key clients as that would be inappropriate and completely unheard of in life in general. Just in comparison PerfSonar is an implementation of a truly pure and scientific Link quality and bandpass test that is directed towards and managed by purely scientific organizations that do not operate off any type of advertising blood money. I will say I was amazed at the quality and predictable results of my tests run by OOKla on the Comcast network despite getting significantly contradictory findings in both Speedof.me and personal experience. Lastly Dsl reports does seem to have updated their speedtest and it appears to be a genuine implementation of a tool, however great care was taken to shield the operation from prying eyes so there is little way to know the true nuts and bolts of the operation. It is clear that most the test legs are not hosted by Dsl reports but thats not anything of much concern as who wants to own a data center just to provide a speed test. Besides the key is to vary your test vectors and targets to get clear picture of the issue, which again is a good reason to stick with PerfSonar. Ok so besides counting myself as a backyard scientist and having fun with DryIce I have no connection to PerfSonar I just like their scientific roots. Ok so thats my vote thanks for reading. Last thought, If my doctor told me he saw a dark spot on my chest Xray while I would hope for a smudge if it appeared in 4 successive Xrays at other doctors I would stop blaming the Xray and start chemo --point being the indication is theirs a bad network issue in the Canadian border region, amazingly a tap point for certain state level players, why are we blaming perfsonar again and the customers not complaining to the Broadband providers???
  20. 2 points
    This is a trivial thing to do if you are using a Raspberry Pi. Just install a DynDNS updater. sudo apt-get install ddclient I've got this running on all of mine and it works great, even on a double NAT'ed situation.
  21. 2 points
    The install and running of the Agent on the BeagleBone Black (Rev C using bone-debian-7.8-lxde-4gb-armhf-2015-03-01-4gb.img) went without any problems.
  22. 2 points
    Here is some feedback on the v0.9.4-b008 Android App: 1) I like the new dashboard. Brings a bunch of key pieces right to the front. 2) Will the "tiles" be able to be rearranged? 3) For the Devices tile. Would it be possible to move the # of devices so it is inline with the Devices tile label? That way you see you have (in my case) 37 devices total. Then break out the online and offline below that instead of having the total devices and number of online ones. 4) Network tile opens to the Route Analysis but the information it shows as the default is the Speed Test. So it would be better if it opened up the Speed Test. 5) The speed test data only remains on the Network tile until the app is shut down and cleared from memory. Could it retain the last time run maybe with an "as of X days ago"? 6) Something is odd with Alerts. I had 2 custom alerts but one was for an Arduino I no longer need (came up with a better temp/humidity sensor based on a Photon). When I cleared the alert out and saved it it still shows in the alert list as having an alert. The Alerts tile shows me as having 2 custom. But going back into the device alert shows it is blank (nothing there). 7) The Collaboration and Help tiles need to be brought so they are all on the initial screen. Not sure if all the tiles need to be made a bit smaller or what, but I did not even realize there was a Guests number and a Documentation area for them that I could see if I scrolled down. So I guess that leaves a bit of interface training for the user. Either change the layout so all tiles (6 total) show completely on the screen or add a scroll bar when they extend past it. That would allow users (if/when tiles are customizable) to add even more but risks getting a bit sloppy.
  23. 2 points
    Just an update to say that the problem was fixed by an update to the domotz agent with help provided by Giancarlo. Must say that I'm impressed with the quick responses and problem resolution. Thanks!
  24. 1 point
    This is just to update on the status of this request. We have added the possibility to select multiple devices from the Device List and then delete all the selected one with the "Pick an Action" functionality: With regard to the request of automatically delete devices which are offline for more than X months, the easiest way to accomplish that is by using the Domotz Public API.
  25. 1 point
    I have just switched an installation from a separate device with the agent to a VM on a Windows 10 computer acting as a home server. What I don't like about the setup is that it uses Virtualbox which runs only when a user is logged on. Secondly, I don't want to use Virualbox for my other VM's. So, here's how I did it: Installed and ran the Domotz agent for a first time, linking it to my account. Stop the VM and export it from within Virutalbox to the ovf 2.0 format, this also creates a VMDK file Use any tool to convert this to a vdk file (I used Starwind V2V) Create a virtual switch in Hyper V connected to the external network Create a new VM in Hyper V with the correct settings (copy the ones from Virutalbox) and use the vmdk file for the harddisk Start the VM (Optionally) set the VM to autostart when the computer starts If you follow these steps, you now have a VM with Domotz running in Hyper V as soon as the computer is started. You can then proceed to unistall Virtualbox and the Domotz Agent Manager. Honestly, I don't understand why the agent is not made available as a VM, rather than the complete package with the agent manager. It seems too complicated for the purpose to me. Disclaimer: not sure how this will survive any software upgrades by the Domotz team, use at your own risk.
  26. 1 point
    Hello Everyone, We currently have a package that runs on OpenWRT. It looks like the Ubiquiti Edgerouter is the same type and should run the open source package and the Domotz agent. I underlined "should" in the previous sentence because running this package on the Ubiquiti Edgerouter is not yet supported. However, you are free to download the package and test it out for yourselves. Here's the link to the package: https://portal.domotz.com/download/agent_packages/domotz-octeon-1.0.ipk (sha1 checksum: https://portal.domotz.com/download/agent_packages/domotz-octeon-1.0.ipk.sha1) Be sure to respond to this thread with your successful installation notes. Cheers, Steven
  27. 1 point
    Any plans currently to integrate any unifi network devices they have POE switches that would be nice to be able to power cycle the ports.
  28. 1 point
    It is definitely possible to use the Domotz "Open a TCP Tunnel" feature to remotely connect to your Apple Airport device. Please find below the instruction: Apple Airport Utility Instruction Select the Airport device from the Domotz Pro App -> Device list Go in "Connect" tab Click on "Create a TCP tunnel" Insert the Airport Processor TCP Port. By default "5009" - please check in your system (might be 5001) Wait to have the tunnel setup You get two informations: Host Port Open Airport Utility program and: Go to File > Configure Other Insert the previously retrieved <Host_Address>:Port and the password
  29. 1 point
    Does anyone know how to change the Domotz Box's IP to a static IP or should I juts use DHCP reserve?
  30. 1 point
    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
  31. 1 point
    Hey Arek, On your switch you'll need to configure the port that domotz connects to as a Trunk port type. Then you'll have to Tagged all the vlans on that port that you want Domotz to monitor. Domotz won't monitor other vlans/subnets over a routed network. The reason for this is because it uses arp and other scans that are not all things that would pass over TCP routes.
  32. 1 point
    It's all a-OK on my TS-451. New agent shows up, installs without a glitch, and registers fine. Good to see it back up and running. Thank you!
  33. 1 point
    Thanks. In this forum you can see a number of features that were requested by, and then implemented. Over the next few weeks and months the team is deeply involved in some new features strongly requested by our customers: - activity logging - snmp oid monitoring - snmp oid-based alerts - simplify configuration of multi-vlan monitoring - many integrations (new PDUs, PoE switches, Cresnet, Lutron...) But definitely, two factor authentication will come just after.
  34. 1 point
    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 1.3.3 Violet - Digital Support (Domotz Customer Facing App): check on Apple Store or Google Play. Latest version as of today is 1.1.5 Domotz Agent: check on Domotz Portal under the license tab. Latest version as per today is 1.3.0 Domotz Pro WebApp is always updated to the latest version. November 23rd, 2016 Domotz Pro App: 1.3.3 - Domotz Agent: 1.3.0 – Violet Version 1.1.5 New Features: · Violet – Digital Support (Domotz Customer Facing App) (Available for large dealers only) o Latest events area improved o Simplified dashboard and device details · Reboot buttons added for: o Crestron DM o Chromecast o Direct TV · Multiple selection in Domotz Pro · Delete all offline devices · Note field on Customer Management tile · Latency graph added to monthly report · New Supported Devices: PDU and UPS: o American Power Corp UPS BG500 o Baytech PDU (Needs SNMP enabled) o Panamax models SM3-PRO, VT-4315-PRO and M4000-PRO Improvements · Improved SNMP discovery · DHCP naming and improved type detection Bug Fixes · Under certain conditions data from APC, UPS, Tripplite and Baytech could be missed
  35. 1 point
    Any update regarding SNMP on Ubiquiti Unifi / Edge / Airfiber equipment? There is a fair amount of useful information which OID's can provide. Currently I'm using my unifi cloud for some of this info and was able to find out that a switch is overheating (88deg C) but info that would have been a thumbs up if it came from Domotz.
  36. 1 point
    That's great! Thanks Silvio.
  37. 1 point
    How about TP-Link switches ? I would really love to see the POE information. I'm currently using the TL-SG2424P switch.
  38. 1 point
    Have had zero issues running on linux mint cinnamon- just for reference.
  39. 1 point
    This changelog 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, we invite you to verify that you have installed the latest version of: Domotz Pro Mobile App: check on Apple Store or Google Play. Latest version as per today is 1.1.7 Domotz Agent: check on Domotz Portal under the license tab. Latest version as per today is 1.0.8 Domotz Pro WebApp is already updated to the latest version. May 24th, 2016 Domotz Pro App: 1.1.7 - Domotz Agent: 1.0.8 New Features: SNMP Data details view: clicking on the Network Interface Port tab, a new window shows details about the port and links to the connected device (if any recognized) Automatic Port Mapping for switches (currently supported for Luxul switches): Domotz automatically identify the devices connected to each port of the switch and allows the browsing from the Switch to the end device PoE support for switches (currently supported for Luxul switches): Domotz allow to command the status of the PoE on each specific switch port (PoE available) to control the status of the device connected to it (where PoE is available) PoE control from end-device detail view PoE monitoring of power consumption on each single port Total power consumption on PoE supported switches Network traffic reported for each port of the monitored switch Possibility to reset an Agent configuration directly from the Portal Agent monitoring: alert configuration to inform the user if the Agent is not communicating any more with the Cloud (e.g. Home Network disconnection) Possibility to change the Agent name from within the Portal (License --> Agent details) Periodical Speed Test: possibility to navigate through historical values of periodical Speed Test executed Remote Connection: possibility to store more than one custom port for each device Remote Connection: support for Telnet and SSH console connection PDU and Smart Plugs Password management: possibility to use non-default credentials to monitor and control PDUs and Smart Plugs through Domotz Agent details (available to Domotz Pro Dealers only): possibility to provide details about the Agent (Network owners, exact location, etc) Team Management (available to Domotz Pro Dealers only): possibility to create collaborator and share access to agents/license Professional Dashboard Map (available to Domotz Pro Dealers only) WebApp login synchronized with Portal New supported devices: Switches: Luxul PDU and Smart Plugs: Pakedge: P2E P8 (P20 should have same protocol) JJPlus - Amcrest/Kankun Panamax: SM3 M4315 (M4320 should have same protocol) MB1500 Unify - Ubiquity mFi Controllable Power Outlet American Power Corp - APC: Rack PDU, Switched, 1U, 12A/208V, 10A/230V, (8)C13 Rack PDU, Switched, 1U, 16A, 208/230V, (8)C13 Rack PDU, Switched, 2U, 32A, 230V, (16)C13 Rack PDU, Switched, Zero U, 10A, 230V, (16) C13 Aten Keene - Keene Electronics IPSMW1 Snap AV/WattBox IP+ Controllable Outlet Portal: Possibility to get a Domotz Box or Domotz Pi Possibility to extend licenses Possibility to buy new licenses Possibility to auto-promote to Domotz Pro Dealers Fixes: Small fixes on agent version reported Speed Test not working from some locations Network Route Analysis reporting not-correct data Port Scanning / Service discovery of port 443 (HTTPS) correct management Alert Tab - scrolling was locked on iPhone Belkin SmartPlugs were not recognized as such "Find new agent" functionality not working after Reset Agent Agent configuration failure if no geo-location is retrieved Agent daily restart fix Digital Logger support: wrong credentials caused the device to not accept further requests
  40. 1 point
    From what I can tell, domotz appears to be exactly what I was looking for, but there doesn't appear a good way to view every site I have at once. Having the ability to have a dashboard with every site including "guest" sites would be extremely useful, that way I can quickly see and make sure that all important devices are online without having to view my email/phone.
  41. 1 point
    I have to agree with the other comments on here. Just had an issue and Giancarlo was right there to help me. Its wasn't a big issue but I wanted to continue to test out the product. I'm using other monitoring systems and while Domotz has some areas for improvement, the staff is very knowledgeable and very responsive. Great job guys.
  42. 1 point
    I agree with ilkevinli. I have been on many betas over the years and this is one of the best for knowledge, company involvement, and responsiveness. Keep up the good work folks!
  43. 1 point
    Sorry this is not in the short/medium plan. Definitely it is something we will start covering. in the second partt of 2016.
  44. 1 point
    We've implemented a user portal where you can find all the files that you need to use Domotz. Please go to https://portal.domotz.com and log in with your Domotz account to access the files.
  45. 1 point
    Seems like it does not want to install on my Synology. Anyone see this error yet? Model: DS415Play CPU: INTEL Atom CE5335 DSM: 5.2-5592 Update 4 Version Tried: domotz-syno-x64-5.1-0.9.3-109.spk Date: Oct 13, 2015 Error: The package is not supported on the platform of DiskStation
  46. 1 point
    So I know this is a bit out there but I just wanted to get it written down before I lost the idea. It would be nice if Domotz comes out with an Android Widget that could give you a couple key status points all the time on your phone without opening up the app. Also interesting would be an active (or are they called live) background that is a more expansive version of the same. Taking dashboards to a whole new level. Widgets could be simple but expand up to cover many different things if the user wants to dedicate more tiles to it. Another item would be Tasker integration. As an automation tool Tasker for Android is hugely useful. I already have it monitor all sorts of things about my aquarium and notify me if anything starts to go astray (and get more adamant the worse it gets) as well as network awareness, data connections, various locations, etc... Some level of integration with Domotz would be excellent because it could allow Tasker much more awareness of a network's situation without you having to set up everything so Tasker can check it directly (or query some device within the network). Doing this as a plugin or such would be wonderful.
  47. 1 point
    So... I finally got a chance to do a little more in-depth checks and when I startup the App I get the following message: "The agent went Offline 2 days ago." This strikes me as a touch cryptic. Is it meant to say: 1) "The agent has been offline for 2 days." (major problem) 2) "The agent went offline 2 days ago but is running now." (problem you should look into but not major) Considering the fact that none of the statuses are more recent then 2 days, I think it is the first. Maybe it should be rephrased. This would appear to coincide with when we had a power failure. However... My BACKUP Domotz agent is running just fine. So something about PRIMARY is problematic. I will attempt to reboot it. Reboot does not appear to have worked. The agent still registers as offline. Looking further into the network... It shows as Offline, despite the reboot. I am going to have to look into the RasPi itself...In any case, the topic was about the status message displayed being a touch off for what it meant (IMO). So looking into the RasPi I need to completely recreate it. The file system was corrupted and read-only so a whole bunch of things were having trouble and it could not fully boot. Not sure why that would have happened due to a power failure. As it goes through it does mention starting domotz but has errors with bunch of lines trying to write to a log, but everything is read-only. This RasPi was being powered directly from my router which is on a backup battery... So it actually should not have been affected by the power failure (the router was unaffected, uptime >23 days).
  48. 1 point
    When you say cloud its like you're saying it needs internet to work which is a very big problem with many smart devices. Obviously internet would be needed for it to work remotely but wouldnt it be easier if the device running it could be directly queried?. So instead of going to domotz cloud to see your devices you could use port forwarding/VPN and just query the server directly. Using LAN when possible for the app to connect to the server would be cheaper for domotz and more responsive for the app which sits well in the privacy question and security since you could connect to your home using VPN. Although SSL or HTTPS does add security for using the app through the cloud but it needs to be enforced with certs and keys. A lot of smart devices require internet to function which can go horribly wrong if the internet connection drops for a minute which is not uncommon to get a few packet losses but it also makes them expensive since the manufacturer has to provide the server to handle the processing for the smart devices on top of the status page and development costs for their products and apps. The issue with this is that there arent many good coders and with the CPUs that smart devices use bad programming becomes very apparent when the CPU has no out of order processing such as the ARM A7 that the raspberry pi2 uses. It is also common that consumer routers arent stable enough to run 24/7 reliably.
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  50. 1 point
    General: 1) Interesting that the app can control vibration (I assume for alerts) and prevent the phone from sleeping. 2) First time logging in does not immediately present you with the login screen, you need to hit the menu or swipe left to right for it. 3) Login failure provided no notification. I accidentally entered my password incorrectly but nothing happened that I could see. I just noticed I had the wrong letter at the end but hit enter before I stopped myself. Correcting the password accessed showed my agent. 4) Your available agents is at the bottom. I would recommend this be at the middle, with the login moving to the bottom after you have been successfully logged in and the 3 sets of information at the top (Devices, Alert Manager, and Diagnostics). 5) Username and password COULD be hidden after successful login from this screen and only displayed as needed or with a link button at the bottom.They take up a fair amount of space otherwise. 6) There is no option to logout or a timeout for login or such displayed. No idea when/if my login might cease. Since this is fairly valuable network information there should be options for such things if someone wants them. 7) If someone has multiple agents it might be nice to have a tree structure of agents, and the 3 sets beneath each... but I would have to set that up to check and I only have 1 RaspPi available at this time. 8) Devices listing is the main section displayed, which works for me. 9) Having all items immediately listed as generic is a bit of a downer. It would be good if Domotz starts building up an inventory of things and auto-identifies devices as they are found. A user can easily change it otherwise. For example, known routers could be set as Network Equipment. The RaspPi itself should be specially identified running the Domotz Agent. 10) Scrolling on the individual device screen is a bit tricky. If you scroll all the way down it hides the top section (the status, ip, and changes) which is quite a visible change. However in order to scroll back up you need to use a quicker, more "vigorous" swipe motion to scroll it back. Slow swipes just are not as effective for some reason. 11) There is a lot of information presented and the top of the device page is a bit dense. Some information on the page is repetitive (Status, # of Status Changes, IP) lower on the page. I would remove those unless the idea is the sections at the top be configurable (3 things that show information, but you can change them individually). 12) Once much of the top information is configured (Type, Place, etc...) it would be good to move these down the list towards the bottom. For the most part they are set once. The other data on the page you want to have easy to see. 13) Favourites is listed. This would be the UK English version. US English users will find this odd (indeed my spell checker indicates I have an misspelling). 14) Delete Device is greyed out. Not exactly sure what that would do from a network monitor perspective nor how I might get a deleted device back again if it just removes them from the listing. Not sure if this should remain. 15) First Seen attribute uses time in BST timezone. It would be better if it recognized the timezone from the smartphone and used that. Worst case use GMT. BST (Biel Mean Time) was made by Swatch for goodness sake. It matches CET. BST is basically a horrible... horrible thing that should die. Do not encourage anyone. 15) From the main devices screen it would be nice if swiping did more. Swiping from left to right gets the menu (as limited as it is and despite there being a menu button someone can select). Swiping right to left feels like it should switch between the device lists and then maybe into the Alerts and Diagnostics pages. But it does not. 16) Not sure what the ordering of the devices is. A little header row at the top that would allow you to sort by each of the columns would be nice. Hours uptime, type, Name, IP Address sorted high-low and click again for low-high. 17) Categories acts as a filter. Did not get that at first and you can only select one category at a time. Other useful filters would be by the device type and by location. 18) Not sure what the "Plugged" category is. Some of my devices are wired, some are wireless. This does not show any devices. 19) Some help or tooltips might be useful in such cases as trying to determine what "Plugged" is... but not critical for me (eventually I would figure to view it on a website). 20) Favorites in the device list should be highlighted more. Besides making their star a nice bright yellow (like on the device details page) maybe they could have a slightly shaded background. More visual distinction is really needed for them. 21) Alerts are interesting... Little more work needed for me to understand them completely. But first and foremost I would like the ability for the Domotz app to be able to notify me if the agent cannot be reached. That most likely means my network is down and that is something very important. I do not see any way to set this and how long is "too long" before it starts to warn me (in case my phone does not have a good data connection, I do not need notices every second or minute, but X time let me know and if it continues to be unavailable let me know at X interval). This should be easy to turn on and off. If I go camping I know I am not going to have a connection for example. Enough for now. Thanks for the initial look. VERY interesting stuff.
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