Yes, I get all 3 lights on the PHH, as you have pictured....
Which means the Ethernet link is up (LED 2) and the PHH has managed to talk to the outside world (LED 3) for cloud control. Yet cannot be seen from the internal network or within the WHWF App. I have also found that the Hue iOS App, says the PHH is "Out of Home Conenction", which means it can talk to it over the Internet, but not locally, which makes sense based on the LED indications.
Have you seen that too?
@xaui Stange, as the lights indicate all is well, I have seen the "out of home connection" whilst in the house but that is usually if the Home Network is busy (Downloading film etc), but I see my Hue Bridge connected on the app on the disc that is next to it, all on the latest firmware.
There is another 16 page thread about how poor 1.02.04 is and causing all sorts of issue.
No word of a fix from BT depsite the amount of people posting issues and amazingly, no ability to downgrade which would fix the issue for a lot of us.
@MrX911 Yes, I have been watching that thread too. Something certainly went wrong in this most recent build.
I have done a cold boot on my discs, but still experiencing the same behaviour on the Ethernet port. Trying to avoid a complete factory reset, as it will be very disuptive and, so far, not convinced it will solve the issue based on others' experiences.
At risk of getting flamed, I see a lot of folks demaining downgrade options, which is a fair response when something new breaks, but as a developer my view is that having the abilty to downgrade (outside the lab at least) can result in a larger test and support burden. This will slow the release on new features and fixes. In this case I feel BT need to work to recreate the issue and rollout a fix, or improved build, rather than allow us all to rollback. So the push should be for the fix not a downgrade.
>Insert a witty quote about progress< 😉 ....technology moves on, so it is better to move forward with it, than backwards.