I have a bunch of wifi Kasa Wifi Plug devices (HS103) scattered around my house. They have all worked flawlessly with Hubitat via the built in app until just recently. I am on 126.96.36.199 with C5 hub.
This issue pertains to the Kasa Wifi Plugs.
Recently, hubitat dashboards will show that a lamp is on when it is not. The lamp in question is plugged into one of these Kasa Wifi Plugs. Sometimes when I turn on a lamp with the dashboard, the lamp does indeed turn on, but Hubitat seems to be unable to figure its state. At that point, continued attempts to activate/deactivate it with the dashboard will fail, as well as attempts to use another activation source connected to Hubitat (like a Z-wave switch or button controller for example).
Oddly enough, once Hubitat seems to get confused and no longer function for those lights, Google Assistant will have no issues activating/deactivating the lights even though Google access the switches via Hubitat's Google Home integration app.
All other devices seem to be unaffected, only Kasa devices. The only Kasa devices I have on my network are the little wifi plug switches (HS103).
Anybody else have a similar issue?