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also works on FRITZ!OS 6.93

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Martin Sebald 4 years ago
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@ -3,7 +3,7 @@ Detect a person with his/her smartphone entering or leaving the wireless home ne
Using the network binding does **not** do the job for Android and iOS based devices as these devices enter deep sleep at some point and are not pingable anymore and would appear as offline.
In my special case I need to check the devices on a Fritzbox 7490 (FRITZ!OS 6.90) and two DD-WRT based Atheros routers (TP-Link Archer C7, DD-WRT v3.0-r33525 std 10/17/17) I use as additional access points to cover the whole house.
In my special case I need to check the devices on a Fritzbox 7490 (FRITZ!OS 6.93) and two DD-WRT based Atheros routers (TP-Link Archer C7, DD-WRT v3.0-r33525 std 10/17/17) I use as additional access points to cover the whole house.
If the device is logged into the wifi on one of the three access points it is marked as online in the network. If it is offline on all three access points it is marked as offline on the network after three minutes (I wait a bit as I noticed that openHAB needs some time to see the device on another access point if it is roaming around in the house). If both devices go offline the overall presence is OFF, too. I only use the global presence item for my rules (like turning down temperatures of the heaters), not the personal items for each person as I do not have any usecases (yet).

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