How to Re-connect Your Pulse 2 Hub to WiFi Network via an Apple Device
Press and hold the P button on the back of the hub. Once it turns green, release. Green indicates that you've cleared out the internet connection. It will then start flashing blue. This indicates that it's ready to pair.
Mesh networks are becoming more common, which means you have a central router with Wireless Access Points (WAPs) around the home. Normally there are no issues, however on occasion it is required to deactivate all WAPs but the main router during the Pulse 2 pairing process.
For Mesh networks, you can often control the 2.4 GHz/5 GHz capabilities in the router app for your system. If that is your case, you could potentially disable access points if necessary. Ensure you find the manufactures instructions on how to do this, which will allow you to pair the hub. Then go ahead and return settings to normal after the Automate Pulse Hub is Paired.
Common Mesh Systems:
1. Google Nest WIFI
2. Asus ZenWiFi AX (XT8)
3. Netgear Orbi
4. Netgear Orbi WiFi 6
5. Netgear Nighthawk MK63
6. Netgear Orbi AC1200
7. TP-Link Deco M5
8. Ubiquiti Amplifi HD
9. Linksys Velop
How to re-connect your Pulse 2 Hub to your WIFI Network
1. Select Menu, Select Current Location, and your Home Location.
2. Select the hub you wish to remove and click 'Remove Hub.'
3. Open your Home app, select menu, select Home Settings.
4. Select Home Hubs & Bridges, the bridge RA-Pulse & Remove Bridge from Home.
5. Select your Home Location and 'ADD NEW HUB' from Automate pulse 2 app and follow the prompts to re-connect your hub to the new network.
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How to Re-connect Your Pulse 2 to Wi-Fi Network via an Android Device
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Deleting a Shade From the Pulse 2 App
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