Cloud Update


#41

Yes, Hass.io runs everything in a container (as mentioned here it uses Docker) - so Home Assistant runs in one container, your SSH add-on runs in another, and so on.


#42

Right, in that case how do I access reinos or change the config of hass.io? I think hass.io doesn’t have access to the internet, but docker does since I can install openssh and that has access.

Did I miss something while installing hass.io?


#43

Ok, it seems there is a docker issue, I had to ssh into the host OS (resinOS) then change the network config to disable IPV6 and manually set the DNS to 8.8.8.8

Now my hass.io can access the internet!


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#44

tonyuh, i’m new to all this and i’m running into the same issue. Can you provide steps on how you changed your network config?


#45

hi dustinc,

The easier way is to follow this https://docs.resin.io/reference/resinOS/network/2.x/#setting-a-static-ip

In the manual it says to only follow the network setup if you’re using wifi so I skipped this step at first.

Basically you plug the sd card into your PC and you’ll see “system-connections” folder, inside there is a sample file, you can use that and rename it to something like “my-ethernet” or just create a new one and copy the config from the link above. You only need [connection] and [ipv4] if you’re not using ipv6. Change address1 = to be your PI’s IP address.

Then put the SD back into the pi and it should now see “internet” :smiley:


#46

Thank you so much! I also skipped that step, and for whatever reason ran into issues. Now Home Assistant and all of my add-ons can connect.

Thanks!


#47

How often do the devices listed in Google Home’s Devices list for hass.io update? So, if I add a new component, how long do I have to wait before I can voice control it?


#48

If you running 0.68 go to Configuration, Home Assistant Cloud, and click “Sync Devices”, the work in Google Assistant on my phone about two minutes later, and on the Google Home a further 30 seconds later. (Sometimes they are quicker).


#49

You also have to sync in HA or in Google - ‘Hey Google Sync my devices’


#50

I did that and now I’ve lost all the components in Google Home except for one. Is this because Google updated Home for Google I/O?


#51

Did you find a solution? same problem


#52

Same problem guys, do you find a solution for this:
I cannot log on to HA cloud and this is the log error

Log Details (ERROR)
Tue May 15 2018 22:21:47 GMT+0800 (AWST)

Error fetching Cognito keyset: Cannot connect to host cognito-idp.us-east-1.amazonaws.com:443 ssl:True [Try again]


#53

And did you try again as the log suggests? I have just logged out then in successfully.


#54

yes try and try to restart HA for 2 days but nothing, is there another thing that I can try to re fetch the cognito keyset?


#55

After updating to 0.69.1 – I got all my devices back in Google Home.


#56

Any chance of a Harmony hub integration? I had to give up emulated hue with the cloud and while there are some other ways around things they all are somewhat kludgey.


#57

hey, any update on this matter? Would be really useful :slight_smile:


#58

Came home to this today…

Error fetching Cognito keyset: Cannot connect to host cognito-idp.us-east-1.amazonaws.com:443 ssl:None

Over and over and over again… no idea how to fix it.


#59

I’ve seen the same errors in my log, still not sure how to fix it.


#60

Hi
Any chance to get it on the Italian Alexa skill store?

Thanks