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Z-Wave network diagnostic page - only on ZW 2.0 engine? :(


afendikov

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Hi,

 

It seems that this one is available only on Z-Wave 2.0 engine? :(

Is it planning to implement on ZW 3.0 soon?

 

 

1. New Z-Wave network diagnostic page

The Z-Wave network diagnostics page allows for the identification and resolution of potential issues related to the Z-Wave network.

 

Thanks

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I have the same question. And how can I find the number (2 or 3) of the engine of my HC-3? Thank you.

I updated to 5.141.59 (beta). Next Quote from the HC3 manual: "Diagnostics screen presents technical data about actual use of particular components, i.e. CPU, RAM, Storage, Z-Wave." So, after the update, there is no "Z-Wave" tab on the diagnostic page. What to do ? (Circled with a red ellipse in the screenshot.)

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If you are sure you are on the ZW 2.0 engine it should be there.
 

Maybe empty the cache of your browser or use a different browser to try it out. 

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  • 2 hours ago, Andrey_G said:

    I have the same question. And how can I find the number (2 or 3) of the engine of my HC-3? Thank you.

    I updated to 5.141.59 (beta). Next Quote from the HC3 manual: "Diagnostics screen presents technical data about actual use of particular components, i.e. CPU, RAM, Storage, Z-Wave." So, after the update, there is no "Z-Wave" tab on the diagnostic page. What to do ? (Circled with a red ellipse in the screenshot.)

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    Hi.

    You can check engine what you having ( ZW2.0 or ZW3.0 ) with Options -> Z-Wave tab. If you see "Smart Start" and "Firmware Update" Tabs in Z-Wave - then you have ZW3.0 engine. 

     

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    • 2 months later...

    I have a Z-Wave 3.0 Engine set up (HC3). I had lags on the Z-Wave network (Z-Wave Devices-50; Scenes-52.) To diagnose Z-Wave problems, I tried to change the settings on the Z-Wave 2.0 Engine, by "Resetting to factory defaults". After "Resetting to factory defaults" I could not restore from a backup to Z-Wave 2.0 Engine, it only offers Z-Wave 3.0 Engine, otherwise I will have to create the entire network again to work with Z-Wave 2.0 Engine. This is hard for me, and I left the old settings for the Z-Wave 3.0 Engine:(   

    BUT: after "Resetting to factory defaults" and restoring from backup, there are no more lags! Tell me is it okay? Is that how it should be? Thank you.

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