Depending on your configuration, Plume HomePass services will continue to work in the event of an Internet or Plume Cloud outage allowing you to continue accessing the local network.
Although, since the configuration is through the cloud, during the outage you will not be able to make any changes to the network during an outage.
While operating in Router Mode, your Plume network will continue to broadcast Wi-Fi and your devices will continue to have local network access as long as the Gateway pod is still powered.
Note: Avoid rebooting your Gateway Pod before confirming the Internet connection from your provider is restored. If the Gateway pod reboots and Internet have not been restored, it will not be able to retrieve the network configuration from the cloud and will then not be able to configure the network and your devices will lose local network access.
While operating in Bridge Mode, your Plume network will continue to provide local network access for the next 10 minutes as long as your router's DHCP server continues to function. After 10 minutes, your Gateway pod will reboot and if it cannot retrieve the configuration information from the cloud because the Internet is still down, it will not be able to configure the network and your devices will lose local network access.