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HC3 Mesh Network info


ErlingK
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Hi, I have a temp sensor in the garage that drains the battery fast. Have done mesh reconfiguration but it did not help.

Have other wall powered device in the garage that should work as a relay, but want to be sure before sending the sensor back.

Found this thread about the HC2, tried to do some editing to get it to work on HC3 but only get an Error with no explanation now...

Anyone know other solution to find mesh info on the HC3?

 

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Both - HC3 & HC2 have similar way to get MESH info (neighberhood and last route)

1st - only parent devices (BOX devices) have MESH info, so to get how TempSensor is connected You have to 
/api/devices/<tempSensorId> - read and find parentId
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/api/devices/<parentId>  -You find lastWorkingRoute array


then in Array You see only BOX devices - so if You route looks like [1,7,23,36] then read names of 8,24 and 37 - this gives You some info about Your MESH

 

Henn

PS! I created on Excel/POwerQuery solution drawing me full MESH info in Excel Sheet - looks nice

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I use this script to check the routing tables. This is for the HC3, for the HC2

I have the same script but with HC2 syntax. In the summary, the number of hops is added.

 

 

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If you use the swagger interface you can get detailed device information. If you select definition devices in the upper right corner, and chose get /devices/deviceid, choose "try it out" and enter the deviceID of your temp sensor. Then you should among the info find neighborlist-parameters and last working route. In my example below you see that the device is having a direct connection with the primary controller.

 

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