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    kevindwill
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    Is it possible to install multiple hubs on a single wifi network? Specifically, I started with a Gen 1 timer device with a gen 1 hub. Trying to add a Gen 2 (XD) device, it became obvious I needed a Gen 2 hub. I was told by Orbit support that the Gen 2 hub would control Gen 1 devices, but after purchasing the new hub, it won’t work wit the Gen 1 device. I see the only option to be having both hubs installed, but only one seems to be able to be active.

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    michaelccc
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    Having same issue. Just got my Gen2 hub online and it sees my XD just fine but doesn’t seem to work with my original Gen1 device. Quite disappointing and hoping there is just something I missed. The last thing I want is two hubs.

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    chipito
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    Gen 1 devices only connect to Gen 1 hubs.

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