Tasmota Static IP and NTP time configuration

pete_c

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Lost main PFSense router yesterday and had to go to backup PFSense router.
 
Backup PFSense router was almost a duplicate of main PFSense router - lost all DHCP reservations
 
Fixed main PFSense router before end of day and re-enabled it.
 
Using TasmoAdmin these days in Home Assistant or Jon00 monitoring utility in Homeseer.
 
Fix for me was assigning my Tasmota devices a static IP and checking and setting time configuration in the console
 
Static IP commands via console:
Example:
 
IP Address
ipaddress1 192.168.0.210
 
Gateway Address
ipaddress2 192.168.0.1
 
Subnet Address
ipaddress3 255.255.255.0
 
Removed DHCP reservations on firewall for static IP configured tasmota devices.
 
 
Time settings I use in the console
 
NTP server
 
ntpserver1 ipaddressofntpserver1
ntpserver2 ipaddressofntpserver2
ntpserver3 ipaddressofntpserver3
 
To see all of the ntpservers configured
 
ntpserver0
 
To enable ntpserver use:
 
time 0
 
to enable timezone
 
timezone -5 (Chicago time)
 
to check time
 
time
 
Here used time schedules for initial deployment of Tasmota devices which were not connected to automation server.
 
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