How do I connect my Honeywell thermostat to my new router?
How to Connect a Honeywell Thermostat to Wi-Fi
- Download the Honeywell Total Connect Comfort app.
- Verify that the words “Wi-Fi SETUP” are displayed across the thermostat’s screen.
- View the list of available networks on your smartphone or other smart device.
How do I connect my thermostat to my network?
Connecting Thermostat to Wi-Fi
- Press the Menu button to open the menu.
- Press the down button until > NETWORK is displayed.
- Press the Mode button to enter the NETWORK menu.
- Press the Mode button again to start WPS.
- Press the WPS button on your router.
- The thermostat should now be joined to your Wi-Fi network*.
Where is the IP address on a Honeywell thermostat?
Tap on the ‘Start Menu’ button on the lower left corner of the device; Scroll down until ISpyWifi; Check the IP address in the top of the screen, under the MAC address of the device.
Why can’t I connect to my Honeywell thermostat?
If you’re facing connection problems with your Honeywell Wi-Fi Thermostat, check if you’re using the right app, check for app updates. Ensure that your smartphone and thermostat are connected to the same Wi-Fi network. Also, ensure that your Wi-Fi router is on the 2.4GHz band and reduce interference from other devices.
How do I reset the wifi on my Honeywell thermostat?
When registered with the Honeywell Home app – Login, select the thermostat, then select the settings icon in the top-right corner. The “Reset Wi-Fi” option is located at the bottom of the screen. Follow the prompts in the app to reconnect, or to connect your thermostat to another Wi-Fi signal.
Why won’t My Honeywell thermostat stay connected to WIFI?
Make sure the device you are connecting is on the same Wi-Fi network as the mobile device. “Forget” all other networks, and turn off mobile data. Turn on “Airplane Mode” and then turn on Wi-Fi and connect to the same Wi-Fi network the thermostat will be connected to.
How do I fix the wifi on my Honeywell thermostat?
Restart your router by pressing the ON/OFF button or by unplugging the device then plugging back in after approximately five seconds. If the problem persists, you may need to reset the thermostat’s Wi-Fi connection or reset your home Wi-Fi.