Hello, maybe somebody of you can help me with this. From one day to the other my hassio doesn’t connect to my network anymore. What is my system:
Raspberry Pi 4 4GB
OS: Home Assistant OS 5.13 rpi4-64
The system was working perfectly fine before. The Raspberry is connected via cable.
What has been done so far:
I connected the Raspberry to a screen and keyboard. When I type in “ip addr” I can’t find the eth0 interface. Also when I use “ha network info” I don’t see it. I tried enabling it via “ha network update eth0 -e”, but it tells me “Interface eth0 does not exist”. This seems weird to me, but I don’t know how that was before.
Also interesting to note is, that when I first looked for my running docker containers with “docker stats” I realized that the homeassistant container was not running. I restartet it with “docker restart homeassistant” and now it is running.
Regarding the logs: The homeassistant container gives me the following warnings and errors:
Timout on /supervisor/options request
Cannot connect to InfluxDB due to 'HTTPConnectionPool(host=‘localhost’, port=8086): Max retries exceeded …
A los of connection errors and warnings for the addons
The supervisor container gives a few connection warnings and errors for whoami.home-assistant.io:443 and hassio_audio.
I tried to connect to my WIFI with the “ha network update wlan0 --wifi-auth wpa-psk --wifi-mode infrastructure --wifi-ssid XXX --wifi-psk ZZZ”. It tells me “Command completed successfully” and when I list “ha network info” it tells me under interfaces that is is connected to the wifi but it doesn’t have an internet connection. My router doesn’t list the device as connected however, so it seems like this ain’t working for me.
A few sidenotes: I use a pretty new SanDisk A2 SD card, so I would be suprised if that one is broken (already). I have recent snapshots saved externally. The small LEDs (green and orange) of the Raspberry below the ethernet port are glowing when the ethernet cable is connected. I also tried to insert a SD card with Raspberry OS on it and then the connection works flawless, so I don’t think it is a broken Raspberry.