This is a potentially related topic, but I have a new Model X, and I cannot connect to the car remotely when it's connected to my WiFi network. I have 2 x Ubiquiti UniFi AP-Pro units (FW v18.104.22.1680), and I've temporarily moved one pretty close to the garage. The car can connect (and it shows several bars of wifi signal), and internet radio works, web browser works, but I can't access the car remotely from the app. If I disable WiFi, I can connect via LTE. These APs are on a 192.168.186.0/24 network. Just for kicks I set up a separate temporary network on 192.168.123.0/24 using a new UniFi AC-LITE AP located about 10 feet from the car. No dice. I also switched that network to 10.1.1.0/24. No dice. (no dice means the same behavior - connects to wifi, and other things seem to work, but the app won't connect). I have a Zywall 110 firewall that should (hopefully) be fairly locked down (i.e. things like uPnP are disabled). Does the car need anything unusual as far as network permissions to allow the remote connection from the app? Or does the car initiate the connection for remote access (i.e. as long as it can connect out through the firewall it's OK)? Any other ideas for what to look at next? I haven't called Tesla (not excited to go through the "do you have your password correct" level of debugging...) Thanks in advance for any ideas.