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Officially Home assistant doesn’t support routers however their are many who have successfully installed Home Assistent. I’ve attempted to follow their instructions as best I can through various forums, the install goes smoothly with no errors, but I get stuck on a python error when I try and launch hass (Home Assistant).
“No module found cffi_backend”. Attempted multiple ways to reinstall cffi but that doesn’t seem to work no matter what I do. Has anyone here manage to get this to work on a Asus router? Home Assistant would be awesome to get working.
Attempting this on my GT-AX11000 using the latest Merlin version, but have also attempted this on a TP link running DD-WRT either way I run into different Cffi issues without success.