- Apple TV
- Axis Communications security devices
- Belkin WeMo switches
- Bluesound speakers
- Bose Soundtouch speakers
- Denon network receivers
- DirecTV receivers
- Frontier Silicon internet radios
- Google Cast
- IKEA Trådfri (Tradfri)
- Linn / Openhome
- Logitech Harmony Hub
- Logitech media server (Squeezebox)
- Netgear routers
- Panasonic Viera
- Philips Hue
- Plex media server
- Roku media player
- SABnzbd downloader
- Samsung TVs
- Sonos speakers
- Telldus Live
- Yamaha media player
- Yeelight Sunflower bulb
It will be able to add Google Chromecasts and Belkin WeMo switches automatically, for Philips Hue it will require some configuration from the user.
To load this component, add the following lines to your
# Example configuration.yaml entry discovery: ignore: - sonos - samsung_tv
ignore (Optional): A list of platforms that never will be automatically configured by
Valid values for ignore are:
apple_tv: Apple TV
axis: Axis Communications security devices
belkin_wemo: Belkin WeMo switches
bluesound: Bluesound speakers
bose_soundtouch: Bose Soundtouch speakers
denonavr: Denon network receivers
directv: DirecTV receivers
frontier_silicon: Frontier Silicon internet radios
google_cast: Google Cast
harmony: Logitech Harmony Hub
ikea_tradfri: IKEA Trådfri (Tradfri)
logitech_mediaserver: Logitech media server (Squeezebox)
netgear_router: Netgear routers
openhome: Linn / Openhome
panasonic_viera: Panasonic Viera
philips_hue: Philips Hue
plex_mediaserver: Plex media server
roku: Roku media player
sabnzbd: SABnzbd downloader
samsung_tv: Samsung TVs
sonos: Sonos speakers
tellduslive: Telldus Live
wink: Wink Hub
yamaha: Yamaha media player
yeelight: Yeelight Sunflower bulb
Home Assistant must be on the same network as the devices for uPnP discovery to work.
If running Home Assistant in a Docker container use switch
--net=host to put it on the host’s network.
There is currently a known issue with running this component on a 64-bit version of Python and Windows.
If you are on Windows and you’re using Python 3.5, download the Netifaces dependency.
If you see
Not initializing discovery because could not install dependency netdisco==0.6.1 in the logs, you will need to install the
python3-devel package on your system manually (eg.
sudo apt-get install python3-dev or
sudo dnf -y install python3-devel). On the next restart of Home Assistant, the discovery should work. If you still get an error, check if you have a compiler (
gcc) available on your system.
For DSM/Synology, install via debian-chroot see this forum post.
If you are developing a new platform, please read how to make your platform discoverable for further details.