I do not have any version of Blynk yet, but am considering it for a project. The situation is a constant need to re-boot (power cycle) the modem provided by my ISP and my WiFi router when internet service goes bad, which is a frequent occurrence - several times a day. My house is large and going to the office, where those items are located is often a pain. I have an Android cell phone (V 11) that I want to use to to initiate that re-boot. I plan to build a circuit that will be initiated by either a local push button or by a logic command from a system that is yet to be determined. That circuit will use a mechanical or solid state relay to break the AC power and then restore it about 10 to 30 seconds later, thus re-booting both devices. Of course, neither the internet nor my WiFi will be operating once that begins.
I would like to use my Android cell phone to initiate this action, probably using WiFi to transmit the command. I would also like to record the time and date of each such operation, either on my phone or on a computer that is normally connected to the WiFi. This recording operation could be performed before the power is cycled, while the WiFi is still operational. But I can not assume that the internet connection would be available.
I would like to know if your Blynk system would be suitable for this and what other components, hardware and software, would be needed to create such a system.
I suspect that this is a common problem with the big ISPs and I would publish a detailed description of how my system is created so it could possibly be a strong incentive for more people to use Blynk.
TIA for any answers.