In the second house, I have 2 HomePod Minis to give me remote access to my smart home when I'm not there. Like now. But, the Home app says my HomePod Minis aren't responding, and since they're my only hubs, it also says I don't have any working hubs. My daughter happens to be in that house right now and has unplugged every HPM and plugged it back in and they say they are having problems connecting to the internet. Since I'm not there with my iPhone and your daughter is not a member of that house, I guess I'll have to wait until I visit that house in a few weeks to resolve the issue. My router, which I can access remotely, says the HPMs were last seen on September 28th (both). It seems really strange that both HPMs would experience the same problem starting on the same day. Any ideas on what could have caused this? Will I have to remove them from the Home app and add them back to play online?
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