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AI threat - Mesh Network

Hey, not sure if anyone experiencing anything similar but having AI Threat Detection on  Mesh network - which is SmartThings WiFi with Plume by Samsung, seems to crash the Network. 

 

Have to disable AI Threat to get back online. 

 

If I keep it enabled it will just failed to properly reconnect or be very slow. 

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  • Do you see a domain blocked by threat AI in the logs?

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      • RashidS
      • Rashids
      • 6 days ago
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      NextDNS nothing obvious that pops up. 

       

      I have gone through the logs before when I started nextdns account to make sure anything relating to the Mesh network (Samsung, SmartThings and Plume) are in the allow domain list. 

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      • Greg B.
      • nisten
      • 5 days ago
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      RashidS I wonder if its conflicting since Plume WIFI has its own AI Security. I'm assuming you also have AI Threat Detection enabled in your NextDNS setup ?

      Smart_Living_SmartThings_Troubleshooting_Guide(PlumeApp)_20200817_eng.pdf (hkt.com) [page 9]

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      • RashidS
      • Rashids
      • 5 days ago
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      Greg B. @NextDNS  Yes I do have the Plume AI turned on, I was thinking the same thing hence why I turned off the NextDNS AI. 

       

      I'm went through and have another thorough look and found that Samsungacr has been blocked. Doing some digging it seems it makes a call to the above url to confirm a device can connect to the to Mesh , if it can't connect to the above url it won't connect to the network. So I just white listed that and I'll turn on the AI again when I have time to spare.  Just a guess tho 

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