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Owerly Membership – Learn Internet & Affiliate Marketing

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On Demand Internet Marketing Brush & Styles

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Owerly Membership – Learn Internet & Affiliate Marketing

Owerly Membership – Learn Internet & Affiliate Marketing

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TP-Link Smart Plug Mini (2-Pack), No Hub Required, Wi-Fi, Works with Alexa, Control your Devices from Anywhere, Occupies Only One Socket (HS105 KIT)

TP-Link Smart Plug Mini (2-Pack), No Hub Required, Wi-Fi, Works with Alexa, Control your Devices from Anywhere, Occupies Only One Socket (HS105 KIT)

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J. P. Healy Excellent start for home automation but understand wider context TP-LINK Wi-Fi Smart Plug HS100 ReviewA couple of weeks ago, I purchased a Smart Plug (HS100) to confirm that the product works with Alexa (Amazon Echo) and provides easy, reliable, secure remote control of plugged-in devices. Pros and cons are below.If you use consumer Wi-Fi (IP) webcams (Foscam, etc.), then you may be familiar with this product's technology and potential concerns about security and privacy. A webcam contains a microprocessor which can be programmed (with network data, operational settings and user options) and controls a camera which may be monitored using an app. A Smart Plug contains a microprocessor which can be programmed and controls a power switch which may be monitored using an app. Both local (LAN) and remote (Internet WAN) control are possible in each case.After confirming that the Plug indeed works as advertised, I was more curious about how and where operational data (supplied via the app) is stored and secured. That is, I'm not sure if all operational data is stored on-board the Plug in non-volatile memory in case of extended power outages and to secure such data locally. If remote control is used, what's stored in TP-LINK's Cloud server?[A Vine Voice review on 1-23-2016 indicated that "the plug has internal storage for its own status and the schedule. ... a copy of the schedule is stored in the plug itself and does not rely on having a persistent internet connection to function. ... plug does rely on the power to keep time so that it can act on scheduled events."]If the Plug is like a Wi-Fi webcam, then operational data is stored on-board, as can be verified using a local web browser connection to the camera's built-in web server. A Smart Plug, however, does not provide browser access, whether it runs a web server or not [there is a http port]. Remotely using a manufacturer's app, whether for a camera or Plug, introduces Cloud-based data storage and collection.And because Wi-Fi webcams and Smart Plugs are computers, they can crash or glitch and need to be reset. That's why reliability is a key factor. Time will tell. The Plug has a 2 year warranty.So, setup was relatively easy, and I discovered (as other reviewers have noted) that the best (but not perfect) instructions are in the Support section of TP-LINK's website, rather than in the included Quick Start Guide.* * *[...] How to connect my TP-LINK Smart Plug to my home network via Kasa? How to make my TP-LINK Smart Plug work with Amazon Echo?* * *1. Install the "Kasa" app on your iPhone.2. Open Kasa. If you want to use the Smart Plug with Alexa (Remote Control), setup a TP-LINK (Cloud / P2P registry server) account; and, after receiving an email activation message, login; otherwise, you may Skip setting up an account for just local control.3. With your iPhone on a local 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi connection, open Kasa and then: (a) plug Smart Plug into an AC outlet; (b) Add Device > SMART PLUG and follow the instructions; (c) which say to go to your iPhone's Wi-Fi settings and connect to the Smart Plug's Wi-Fi network and then return to Kasa; (d) customize your Plug -- with a unique name, etc.; and (e) connect the Plug to your local Wi-Fi (with or without Remote Control, but Alexa requires Remote Control enabled).To use a Smart Plug with Alexa:A. On your iPhone in the Alexa app settings (via "hamburger" icon), tap on Smart Home and then the TP-LINK Kasa item and login with your TP-LINK (Cloud) account name and password.B. Scroll down Smart Home and near the bottom tap Discover devices (search your Wi-Fi LAN) to add your named Smart Plug, which will then be listed.C. With Alexa, say "Turn on / off (name of plug)."Pros• Good package and product design (both hardware and app).• Works with Alexa without a hub.• Setup relatively easy.• WiFi connectivity provides 2-way communication for control and real-time status (unlike one-way powerline modules).• Remote access without router configuration (port forwarding) [probably using company's (or subcontractor's) Cloud / P2P server like most Wi-Fi cameras].• 15A load max.• Can unplug from AC without losing settings in order to relocate unit.• Moderate price.• TP-LINK supportive with comments on Amazon reviews.• 2 year warranty.Minor Cons• No support for 5 GHz Wi-Fi (okay as long as most routers are dual band).• Plug socket on front rather than the side or bottom (like on X-10 modules) of unit -- cord protrudes even farther from wall.• Status LED always on -- no way to turn off (like on Sonos speakers).• With Alexa, limited to only commands to turn on / off.Cons• Size (see photos) -- bulkier than standard X-10 appliance...

Wayne Tibbit Love it! Here is a hint for Echo owners

C. Dunn Easy to setup

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Internet Marketing Sales Copy List Building & JV Joint Venture Partnering Hypnosis Pack – Session 2

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