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  1. Giancarlo

    08/28 - 2019 Release Notes

    This change log covers what's changed in Domotz Pro service since previous Release Notes. These changes include Domotz Pro cloud, Domotz Agent and Domotz Pro App.  Since previous Release Notes new versions of Domotz Agent and Domotz Pro App have been released.  August 28th, 2019  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 2.1.0 Domotz Agent: check on Domotz Portal under the subscription tab. Latest Agent version as of today is 2.6.2 Violet Digital Support: check on Apple Store or Google Play. Latest version as of today is 2.6.7 Domotz Pro WebApp and Portal are already updated to the latest version What's new: Network Topology Map: the Domotz's automated network map (available on Domotz Agents with the Premium plan) shows how devices are connected each other. Network Hierarchy: Navigate the map and check how devices are connected each other on a very intuitive interface. Devices are automatically displayed on the map in order to facilitate the readability of it. The map automatically updates upon external changes (e.g. when moving devices from a WiFi Access Point to the other) Connection Types: Check how your equipment is connected to the network devices (WiFi, wired through managed or unmanaged Switches). Quick access to statistics reported on each connection Easy Access to the device details: Switch very quickly from one device to the other. Access all the device details and controls with a single click. Easily find and locate your equipment on the map Mini-map: a mini-map helps focusing on the interesting area of the network topology, without loosing control of the overall topology map Domotz Service Status Page: a new status page has been published (status.domotz.com). The page is automatically updated with the status of the services offered by Domotz (Domotz Pro Portal, App, WebApp). Manual incident reports are published on the same page Ubiquiti Access Point - Advanced WiFi Monitoring for local controller: it is now possible to unlock advanced monitoring of Ubiquiti AP when unifi controller is local on the network (available on Domotz Agents with the Advanced plan). You can monitor Signal strength and noise level at the AP and WiFi client level. Monitor traffic, Rx and Tx errors, hardware utilization and more. Improvements: Crestron IP device identification: Crestron IP devices are now identified on the basis of the official Crestron auto-discovery protocol. Additional information are now available on Crestron IP devices when available (including firmware version, serial number, model ID) Network Info aways available: WAN and network information (Public IP Address, Public Name, Provider, Gateway, DNS and DHCP Server) are persisted in the cloud. Therefore, this information is also available when the Domotz Agent is offline (troubleshooting purposes) Fix: The issue in editing device details when managing multiple networks with thousands of devices has been fixed (Web GUI became un-responsive under certain circumstances) Network interface were not correct for inferred links when there were some missing interface data Offline devices showed "This device went down X days ago" as a link Known limitations: Devices cannot be re-disposed on the Topology Map Devices not connected to any other device (either through direct or inferred connection, or as a manual connection) are not displayed on the Topology Map Click on connections on the Topology Map does not bring connection info and stats Eyes configured for deleted devices affect the total counting of Eyes Devices with multiple network interfaces (multiple MAC address) can't be merged into single device. This affect also some type of switches which appear as multiple instances on Domotz when VLANs are configured Field Operators can't set alerts on Domotz Eyes (SNMP Custom OID and TCP Services monitoring) Static IP address on the Domotz Box cannot be configured before configuring the Agent
  2. Updated: May 07, 2019 Brand Specific Model Tested/Supported Notes Domotz Features Millson PDU WireFrame PDM on/off/cycle of outlet Eaton PDU/UPS Eaton 5P 1500 RC http based on/off/cycle of outlet TP Link HS100 (HW Version 1.0 - FW 1.2.5) HS110 (HW Version 1.0 - FW 1.2.5) HS103 (HW Version 2.1 FW 1.0.12) on/off of outlet cycle of outlet Lindy PDU http based on/off of outlets(s) cycle of outlets MegaTec / Megasys PDU MSNswitch http based on/off of outlets(s) cycle of outlets Luxul PDU PDV-1608 PDV-908 PDV-202 http based on/off of outlets(s) cycle of outlets PS Audio PLAY IPC-9000 snmp based on/off of outlets(s) Minuteman ZDL-2 snmp based on/off of outlets(s) cycle of outlets CyberPower UPS PDU - fully tested on: PDU81001 PDU81002 PDU15SW8FNET All other models based on the same SNMP MIB bases: SysOiD 1.3.6.1.4.1.3808.1.1.3 - First Generation Monitored/Switched PDU SysOiD 1.3.6.1.4.1.3808.1.1.6 -Second Generation Monitored/Switched PDU snmp based on/off of outlets(s) cycle of outlets Synaccess NP-02B NP-05B NP-0201DT http and telnet based on/off of outlets(s) cycle of outlets Raritan PX3-5146R PX2-2190CR snmp based on/off of outlets(s) cycle of outlets JJPlus (similar to Kankun, JJPlus) on/off of outlet(s) APC (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 APC-AP7932-Switched-Surge-Protector UPS Network Management Card (APC UPS NMC2) AP8953 AP9538 AP8930 AP9630 AP9631 UPS BG500 cycle of outlets on/off of outlet(s) Aten P6208AV PE6108G PE8108G http based on/off of outlet(s) cycle of outlets model Baytech snmp based on/off of outlet(s) cycle of outlets Belkin Belkin WeMo Switch on/off of outlet(s) cycle of outlets Bryant Unlimited Bryant eyePower PDU on/off of outlet(s) cycle of outlets Digital-Loggers Digital-Loggers 85-240V Smart Switched 1-U Rack Ethernet Power Controller 5 - Datacenter PDU on/off of outlet(s) cycle of outlet(s) model(some) Edimax Edimax SP-2101W on/off of outlet(s) Gude Expert Power Control 8210 / 8211 snmp based on/off of outlet(s) cycle of outlet(s) model JJPlus (similar to Amcrest, Kankun) ssh based on/off of outlet(s) Kankun (similar to Amcrest, JJPlus) ssh based on/off of outlet(s) Keene Keene Electronics IPSMW1 http based on/off of outlet(s) cycle of outlet(s) Middle Atlantic PDU RackLink PDU SW820r RLNK-1015V RLNK-1615V RLNK-215 RLNK-SW215-NS RLNK-415 RLNK-915R RLNK-SW815R-SP http based on/off of outlet(s) cycle of outlet(s) model Middle Atlantic UPS UPS - 2200R UPS-2200R-8IP http based on/off of outlet(s) Orvibo/WiWo Orvibo Smart Socket S20 (WiWo) Time2 Wi-Fi Smart Socket WiFi Smart Plug on/off of outlet(s) Pakedge Pakedge tested on P2E model but P8 and P20 should work too PE-08I PE-09N on/off of outlet(s) cycle of outlet(s) Panamax / Bluebolt Panamax SM3 Panamax M4315 Panamax M4320 Panamax MB1500 Panamax M4000-PRO Panamax VT4315-PRO on/off of outlet(s) cycle of outlet(s) model (some) Snap AV/ WattBox Snap AV WattBox IP+ Controllable Outlet http based on/off of outlet(s) cycle of outlet(s) Time2 Wi-Fi Smart Socket on/off of outlet(s) TrippLite TrippLite PDUMV20NET TrippLite PDUMV30NET TrippLite PDUMV20HV snmp based on/off of outlet(s) cycle of outlet(s) model Ubiquiti - Mfi Ubiquiti mFi Controllable Power Outlet http based on/off of outlet(s) WISPP Wifi Smart Plug (and similar ones) on/off of outlet(s) SurgeX SX-AX15E Axess ELITE snmp based on/off of outlet(s) cycle of outlet(s) model Crestron PC-200 PC-300 snmp based on/off of outlet(s) cycle of outlet(s) model Liberty AV PSU-12-N http based on/off of outlet(s) firmware/model Planned to Support:
  3. Automatic Port Mapping Automated Switch Port Mapping is supported for all the Managed Network switches compliant with RFC4188. PoE Managemen We currently support Automated Switch Port Mapping & PoE for the following switches. Last Update: June 12, 2019 Brand Model #s Tested Notes Araknis AN-300-SW-8-POE AN-210-SW-24-POE on/off of poe ports port mapping port poe consumption max poe budget reboot of device Cisco Cisco SG-200 Cisco SG-250 Cisco SG-300 Cisco SG-350 Catalyst 2960 Catalys 3560 Catalyst 3650 Catalyst 3750 SF220 SF220 http based on/off of poe ports port mapping port poe consumption max poe budget Crestron PoE CEN-SWPOE-16 http based on/off of poe ports port mapping port poe consumption max poe budget Draytek Vigor Switch P1100 Vigor Switch P2261 on/off of poe ports port mapping port poe consumption max poe budget reboot of device (some) HP 5406Rzl2 2920 series 2530 series snmp based shaman triggered recognition on/off of poe ports port mapping port poe consumption max poe budget model info firmware version info Luxul AMS-2616P AMS-4424P AMS-1208P XMS-5248 XMS-1010P http based XMS-5248 Possible problem when using with VLANs: Fix: Change the allowed VLANS in the VLAN config on/off of poe ports port mapping port poe consumption max poe budget Midspan POE75U-1UP-N-R POE240U-1MP-N-R POE240U-2MP-N-R POE125U-4AT-N-R POE240U-4UP-N-R POE576U-4MP-N-R POE576U-8UP-N-R POE806U-8MP-N-R snmp based Does not have port mapping! on/off of poe ports model info firmware version info Mikrotik 962UIGS-5HACT2HNT Does not show PoE consumption information on/off of poe ports port mapping reboot of device Netgear GS728TP GS516TP GC728X on/off of poe ports port mapping port poe consumption max poe budget Planet SGSW-24040P4 GS-4210 Http based, needs credentials on/off of poe ports port mapping port poe consumption max poe budget Pakedge SX-24P16 SX-8P on/off of poe ports port mapping port poe consumption max poe budget reboot of device(some) Ruckus Brocade PoE ICX7150-C12-Switch SNMP based on/off of poe ports port mapping port poe consumption max poe budget model info firmware version info Trendnet TPE-2840WS TEG-448WS TPE-1020WS Needs SNMP read/write on/off of poe ports port mapping port poe consumption max poe budget Ubiquiti EdgeSwitch models EdgePoint Switch ToughSwitch Unifi models Needs snmp read to be set to public Doesn't need snmp write since the on/off is telnet based on/off of poe ports port mapping port poe consumption max poe budget reboot of device (Not EdgePoint) Niveo VSC7424 max poe budget on/off of poe ports model info firmware version info
  4. Brent

    Soft Rebootable Devices

    Domotz Pro supports soft reboot functionality on the following devices: Brand Models/Types Notes Millson WF-DDM-14G TP-Link Smart Plug Planet PoE Switch Araknis PoE Switch Access Point AN210 Ubiquiti EdgeSwitch ToughSwitch UnifiSwitch DrayTek PoE Switch P1100 P2261 Mikrotik PoE Switch Trendnet PoE Switch Access Point Router Crestron PoE Switch Processor Control4 Controller Touch Panel Sonos Chromecast Version 1 and 2 DirecTV Denon & Marantz AV receivers Ruckus Access Point Access Point Controller NuVo P100 P3100 only available for firmware 4.0+ Yamaha full list here http://community.domotz.com/index.php?/topic/698-list-of-supported-audio-and-video-devices/ Cisco Codec SX20 http api based (we are also able to extract some further information but displaying it is not finalised yet, we will update this page once it's implemented)
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