If your iPhone is correctly connected to your home Wi-Fi, and setup.starlinghome.io cannot find your hub, it means your network is not set up correctly.
- If you are using a separate modem and router, your Starling Home Hub (along with all other Ethernet devices) must be connected to your router, not your modem.
- If you are using a mesh network like Eero or Google Wi-Fi, or a Wi-Fi range extender, your Starling Home Hub (along with all other Ethernet devices) must be connected to your gateway router, not a satellite router or range extender.
If you do not have enough Ethernet ports on your router to accommodate all your devices, you will need a switch, for example, the Netgear GS308. Connect your modem to one Ethernet port on the router, and your switch to another Ethernet port on the router. Then, connect all other Ethernet devices to the switch.
Issues with specific routers
If you are using an Arris G36 or CenturyLink C4000-series router, note that some versions of firmware on those routers have bugs that can cause pairing problems with HomeKit devices like Starling Home Hub. Please contact Starling Support for further assistance.
If you are using a Netgear router, go into the Netgear admin portal in your browser (www.routerlogin.net), navigate to the ADVANCED > Setup > WAN Setup section, and make sure that Disable IGMP Proxying is unchecked.
If you are using a Linksys Velop router, go into the Velop admin portal in your browser (not the app). In Linksys Security Settings, under Internet filters please make sure that Filter multicast is checked.
What to do if you still have issues
- Starling Home Hub (connected by Ethernet to) router model XXX (connected by Ethernet to) cable modem model YYY
- iPhone (connected by Wi-Fi to) the same router
We are here to help, but please note that we will be unable to assist you unless you provide us with both the video, and connectivity information for your Starling Home Hub and iPhone, as requested above.