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  1. I have a Danalock which is situated on the edge of HC2 range and it receives commands maybe one time out of 10. But it stubbornly doesn’t want to do any hops via intermediary devices which there are plenty of between the lock and controller. Fibaro door-window sensor located on the same door for example easily hops via two devices and works reliably. so the question is if it’s possible to manually set its routing to make hops? Probably with UZB?
  2. Hello dear people, I am having problems with routing communication in 4 story building. Everything worked fine last year in the basically same configuration, few switches, and wall plugs were added in the staircase a few months ago which should have only strengthened the communication but it did not. HC2 is on the second floor in a central position and the switches that have communication issues are in the basement. Every floor has several switches and wall plugs which should be making a decent mesh. But when it comes to the basement ( there are 8 double switches in a box t
  3. Hi, is there a possibility to read the routing table. What I know is that I.e. HC2 tries 3 routes to send a command to a remote node through the mesh net, then stops communication with the desired node. The maximum count of possible hops are 5 (4 routing devices). This is what I found in the advanced User Guide: The user can access the routing table. There are several software solutions, typically called installer tools, which visualise the routing table to optimize the network setup. But I don't find any Scripts, installer tools, LUA-Code, etc. concerning about that topic.
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