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I have a problem with "fibaro:call(17, "startLevelIncrease","10");" command when the remote device is in another Z-Wave network



             Hi Everybody,


             I´m having a problem. I have installed two Home Centers (HC2 and HCL) the first is the master in the same LAN. 

             I have done an CentralSceneEvent that is trigger for the key 1 of the Double Switch (it´s in the HC2 network). And i have 3 lights (ID = 46 "RGBW", ID = 17 "RGBW", and ID = 34 "Dimmer 2"), ID =46 device is in the same z-wave network that HC2 but ID = 17 and ID = 34 is in the z-wave HCL network. 

            When I held down the key 1 button (momentary switch) only ID = 46 device dims (respond to "fibaro:call(17, "startLevelIncrease","10")" ) the other 2 devices (ID =17 and ID =34) doesn´t dims. Could be possible that both devices (ID = 17 and ID = 34) not dims because is in another z-wave network?. I don´t know where is the problem. 

            Thank in advance. 



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