There are many possible reasons why one or more of your WiFi Pods would appear disconnected or offline.
The Entire Network is Offline
If you have received an App alert stating your network is offline, follow these steps to bring it back up.
Unplug the gateway from its electrical outlet for at least 30 seconds.
Unplug the gateway WiFi Pod from its electrical outlet and unplug anything connected to it by Ethernet.
Plug the Ethernet cables back into Gateway WiFi Pod and into the gateway. Plug the gateway WiFi Pod back into the electrical outlet.
Plug the gateway back into the electrical outlet and wait until the gateway is fully restarted and its LEDs indicate there is an internet connection.
Wait at least 2 minutes until gateway’s WiFi Pod LED stops blinking
Single or a few WiFi Pods are offline
If a WiFi Pod is unplugged or is not receiving any power: Check to be sure the electrical outlet has power by plugging in another WiFi Pod or any other appliance to confirm. When WiFi Pods are first plugged in, the LED should always turn on solid briefly and then start to slowly pulse as it is trying to connect to the cloud. Once connected it will then turn off. If the electrical outlet is switched, make sure no one else is turning it off accidentally.
The WiFi Pod is too far away from any other connected WiFi Pod
When offline, the LED will be slowly pulsing as it tries to connect to the cloud and will continue to do so if it cannot connect.
Move the WiFi Pods closer to another WiFi Pod or in the same location as a known working WiFi Pod. The WiFi Pod should connect, and the LED will turn off.
Use the WiFi Pod health indicator to check signal quality. Poor signal is often a reason for WiFi Pods to intermittently going offline.
If it is a range issue, contact your Breezeline representative to add another WiFi Pod to your network.