@stre1026 If you isolate what the configuration issue is, I would be interested to know what it was so that we can help future users. The quick disconnect reconnect has, in my experience been caused by the following issues:
- Blocked port 8883 (most common in 2021).
- Low WiFi signal strength (not a factor for Ethernet-based setups).
- Too many WiFi routers daisy-chained together or improperly configured. Every network is different so it is hard to say. I don’t think I’ve seen this happen for Ethernet setups, but this is extremely common when port blockage and signal strength has been ruled out.
- Unspecified “enterprise network problems” (see note below).
- Some unspecified error caused by Pi Hole or similar software (we never found a root cause).
- The browser (rather than FBOS) is blocking the MQTT WebSocket port, giving the impression that FBOS has connectivity problems when in fact the browser is the issue. You can check this one by accessing the Web App from outside the LAN.
On a stock consumer router with Ethernet, I have never seen the issue come up. When WiFi strength is ruled out, it has always been the result of LAN configuration. I can take a quick look at your logs if you can provide me with your device ID, but we no longer discuss LAN configuration with customers due to the complexity of some LAN setups. A quick way to rule out LAN issues is to run FBOS detached from all peripherals on a different, unrestricted LAN