Device Setup

  • Some times you will face issues to connect an Xbox via Ethernet to Plume network. You can run a test network connection. If the link is not been detected and NAT Type is showing as "Unavailable" you can set up Open NAT. You can access this link to get more information about the steps to set up Op...

  • Having issues connecting to plume using your Raspberry Pi or other Linux device? Below you will find a working WPA_supplicant configuration sample that will allow you to do so. network={country=US ssid="Insert WiFi SSID Name Here" Key_mgmt=WPA2-PSKgroup=CCMPpairwise=AESproto=WPA2psk="INSERTPSKHER...

  • All of your Wi-Fi and Ethernet capable devices should work with Plume. We have thoroughly tested the following smart Home and media players and know that they are compatible. Smart Home / IoT Amazon Echo and Echo Dot Amcrest IP cameras Arlo Security Cameras Ecobee 3 Thermostat - with correct eco...

  • You will enjoy slightly faster speeds on your device when you hardwire them to a pod by Ethernet cable.  Connecting a device to a pod by Ethernet will not negatively impact your Plume WiFi performance. As of firmware 1.0.0 (SuperPod) and 2.2.0 (Pods), Plume supports Ethernet backhaul, meaning you...

  • Avoiding Interference If you are having trouble with your Sonos Speakers (playback issues, trouble pairing speakers, players disappearing from the controller in the App), the most likely cause is wireless interference. Plume's optimizer already chooses the best 2.4Ghz channel for use in your netw...