Identified - Netgear has introduced increased security restrictions. Users with Arlo cameras that are offline and who have changed their Arlo password may need to update their credentials in SmartThings.
You can verify if this is necessary by tapping "Automation" in the mobile app, navigating to the SmartApps tab, and selecting "Arlo (Connect)".
If you see "Re-Authorize Connection to Arlo", please tap on that message to enter your updated credentials which will bring your Arlo cameras back into SmartThings.
Oct 11, 15:05 EDT
This issue is resolved.
Oct 17, 20:12 EDT
Performance for Arlo within SmartThings has improved significantly. We will continue to monitor.
Oct 13, 22:20 EDT
Netgear is currently experiencing degraded performance which is resulting in Arlo live stream and clip generation errors in SmartThings. Netgear is actively investigating.
Oct 12, 17:59 EDT
We have resolved the issue causing scheduled SmartApps to execute early. All SmartApps should now be happening at the correct time
Oct 16, 12:21 EDT
We have resolved the issue causing scheduled SmartApps to execute early, but many SmartApps may still be scheduled for the incorrect time. After running once, the schedule will be set for the correct time moving forward.
However, you can manually force the schedule to update to the correct time by going to the 'Automation' page in the SmartThings app, navigating to 'SmartApps', tapping on the SmartApp you need to re-schedule, and simply hitting 'Done' on the upper right. If it's a Routine, you can do the same by going to the 'Automation' page and tapping the gear icon, then tapping 'Done' on the upper right.
Oct 14, 20:08 EDT
Some users may see their Routines or other scheduled SmartApps triggering earlier than scheduled. We are currently investigating.
Oct 14, 16:07 EDT