CC2530 based Zigbee coordinator and router

Introduction

My smart home infrastructure contains several Xiaomi humidity/temperature and door sensors. I’ve used these sensors with the corresponding Xiaomi gateway. The gateway was connected with my BananaPi M2U and Pimatic. But my home is long and tall. One gateway does not cover all rooms and therefore far sensors disappear periodically.

I’ve googled and found I can use Xiaomi sockets (Zigbee edition) like Zigbee routers. This socket is less expensive than a new gateway and it has a smaller size. I’ve purchased tow sockets and used it about a month. This socket has a big problem (from my point of view). It can go into the deep sleep mode and cannot forward data packets from sensors.

I’ve decided to use a CC2530 based development board and build my own router. Aliexpress.com offers some variants. I’ve purchased two samples:

cc2530 board with debug interface

cc2530 board with the debug interface

cc2530 compact board with antenna

cc2530 compact board with the external antenna

1. This board will be used in my Zigbee router.

2. This board will be used in BananaPi as a coordinator instead of the CC2531 USB stick. This board has an external antenna and I hope it will work better.

Firmware for Zigbee Coordinator

Z-Stack Home Automation SDK 1.2.2a comes with a precompiled firmware for CC2530 ZNP (Projects\zstack\ZNP\CC253x\bin\CC2530ZNP-SB.hex), but all my attempts to launch it on my samples failed. The gateway software xiaomi-zb2mqtt cannot detect and work with boards through a UART port.

RS232 pins:

P0_2 <=> RS232 RX
P0_3 <=> RS232 TX
P0_4 <=> RS232 CTS
P0_5 <=> RS232 RTS

The precompiled firmware uses hardware flow control wires. If you do not want to use it then you must connect P2_0 (CFG1) to GND.

So I’ve installed the trial version of IAR Embedded Workbench for 8051 (CC2530 is based on this processor architecture) and compiled the “SampleLight” demo application as a coordinator. Yes, of course, it may take some time. Below are my defined symbols:

 SECURE=1
 TC_LINKKEY_JOIN
 NV_INIT
 NV_RESTORE
 xHOLD_AUTO_START
 ZTOOL_P1
 MT_TASK
 MT_APP_FUNC
 MT_SYS_FUNC
 MT_ZDO_FUNC
 HAL_LCD=FALSE
 xLCD_SUPPORTED=DEBUG
 MULTICAST_ENABLED=FALSE
 xZCL_READ
 xZCL_WRITE
 xZCL_REPORT
 xZCL_EZMODE
 xZCL_BASIC
 xZCL_IDENTIFY
 xZCL_ON_OFF
 xZCL_SCENES
 xZCL_GROUPS
 xZCL_LEVEL_CTRL
 xZCL_DIAGNOSTIC
 FEATURE_SYSTEM_STATS
 MT_UART_DEFAULT_BAUDRATE=HAL_UART_BR_115200
 MT_UART_DEFAULT_OVERFLOW=FALSE
 HAL_LED=FALSE
 HAL_SPI=FALSE
 MT_UTIL_FUNC
 MT_AF_FUNC
 MT_SAPI_FUNC
 MT_SAPI_CB_FUNC
 MT_ZDO_CB_FUNC
 MT_ZDO_FUNC
 MT_SYS_FUNC
 OSAL_SAPI=FALSE
 SAPI_CB_FUNC=FALSE
 xHAL_UART_DMA_RX_MAX=128
 MT_TASK_CUSTOM
 MT_ZDO_MGMT

How to use

Download and flash the firmware.

Baud rate: 115200
Hardware flow control: Disabled
P2_o pin state: ignored
P0_2 <=> UART (RS232) RX
P0_3 <=> UART (RS232) TX
UART port uses the DMA mode.
You may also connect to this port using ZTool.

Firmware for Zigbee Router

I’ve used the source code of the “SampleLight” demo application for my router’s firmware. I did some modifications and improvements:

  • Pre-configured manufacturer code for Xiaomi devices.
  • Pre-configured security key.
  • Led blinking for some states.
    • short fast blinks (one per second) – the router is connecting to a network.
    • short long blinks (one per 4 seconds) – normal operations.
    • three short blinks – the router cannot send a report to a coordinator.
  • The router sends the “genOnOff” report to a coordinator every minute (you may configure an interval using the corresponding ZCL command). It works like a keep-alive message.
  • The debug version of the firmware sends additionally the “genBinaryValue” report for every neighbor in a network:
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{
description: '28069/0x00158D0001DE7964',
inactiveText: 'PARENT',
presentValue: 6,
relinquishDefault: 1,
minimumOffTime: 0
}

description – network and MAC address.
inactiveText – device role in a network.
presentValue – RSSI value of the last received packet (rxLqi).
relinquishDefault (optional) – path depth.
minimumOffTime (optional) – number of associated devices.

Defined symbols from the project:

 SECURE=1
 TC_LINKKEY_JOIN
 NV_INIT
 NV_RESTORE
 xHOLD_AUTO_START
 ZTOOL_P1
 MT_TASK
 MT_APP_FUNC
 MT_SYS_FUNC
 xMT_ZDO_FUNC
 LCD_SUPPORTED=DEBUG
 xHAL_LCD=FALSE
 HAL_SPI=FALSE
 MULTICAST_ENABLED=FALSE
 ZCL_READ
 xZCL_WRITE
 ZCL_REPORT
 xZCL_EZMODE
 ZCL_BASIC
 xZCL_IDENTIFY
 ZCL_ON_OFF
 xZCL_SCENES
 xZCL_GROUPS
 xZCL_LEVEL_CTRL
 xZCL_DIAGNOSTIC
 ZCL_DISCOVER
 FEATURE_SYSTEM_STATS
 MT_UART_DEFAULT_BAUDRATE=HAL_UART_BR_115200
 MT_UART_DEFAULT_OVERFLOW=FALSE
 HAL_LED=TRUE
 MT_UTIL_FUNC
 HAL_KEY=TRUE
 ZSTACK_MANUFACTURER_CODE=4447
 BLINK_LEDS
 DIAG_INFO_REPORT

How to use

1. Download and flash the firmware.

2. Power off/on (restart) the router.

3. Permit joining to a network on your coordinator.

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UPDATE 2018-09-26

1. Allows a router to use all possible channels (the old firmware was used the channel #11). But now, the router will take more time to connect to a coordinator.
2. A router may report link quality for all connected neighbors.

UPDATE 2019-02-04

1. The previous version allowed to join for deleted devices.
2. СС2530 can be re-paired if you power on/power off it three times (power on, wait 2 seconds, power off, repeat this cycle three times).


Comments
Harvey Specter
Posted at 11:59 May 20, 2018
Arik
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Awesome work! This will greatly help diy zigbee home automation deployments.
I learned about this article from the Koenkk/zigbee2mqtt project.

You seem to be familiar with the inner details of zigbee so I though I would try and ask about an issue that concerns me. The security model of zigbee, and specifically the LinkKeyJoin that we are using with Xiaomi devices, how secure is it? Specifically, can I sniff what is going on there? Can somebody send spoofed commands to my HA network? Is it vulnerable at “join-allowed” times or other times as well?
I tried reading some zigbee materials but was not able to find the information I was looking for. Perhaps you can shed some additional light.

Thanks.

    Harvey Specter
    Posted at 04:23 May 21, 2018
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    Hi Arik.

    My knowledge is limited, but:

    1. Xiaomu devices use a known security key. Therefore everyone (located closely) can monitor your traffic. Also this key can be captured at link-join time (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4vG4CVNAm_A). I think Zigbee HA network is not protected in this case.

    2. Sending data. A coordinator receives data only from joined devices. If the coordinator has a good firmware it will not receive unwanted data packets. The popular ZNP firmware for CC2531 USB is good enough. Also, in this case a computer or SBC knows about all connected devices and can report about attacks. Note: Zigbee HA allows to send data between devices directly. Therefore security depends on a firmware of each individual device. For example, a device may check a sender poorly.

      Harvey Specter
      Posted at 18:49 May 30, 2018
      Arik
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      I see. Thanks for the additional info. Looks like I will have to make a few experiments with a sniffer.
      Can you tell me what are the: pre-configured manufacturer code for Xiaomi devices and the pre-configured security key that you mention above? What method did you use to find these values?

        Harvey Specter
        Posted at 04:07 May 31, 2018
        Owner
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        Manufactured code: 4447
        Networks ID (PanID): 0x1a62
        Security key: I’ve found in Internet (this is a set 8 bytes)

Harvey Specter
Posted at 17:13 August 1, 2018
Chris
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I have used your Router firmware file with the external antenna board and it’s working now perfect! With this board as a Zigbee Router I get connection to some Xiaomi devices, that before not worked. Thank you!
One thing I figured out: With the CC-Debugger I had to connect Pin2 (Target Voltage Sense) with VCC to make the programming work.

    Harvey Specter
    Posted at 03:56 August 2, 2018
    Owner
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    Hi,

    Thank you for your feedback and comment (I’ve updated one my post with this note)!

Harvey Specter
Posted at 06:20 September 10, 2018
Mike Stewart
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Hi

I use home assistant (hass.io) on a pi3b with xiaomi zigbee sensors.
I bought 3x cc2531 usb sniffers. My initial plan was to install zigbee2mqtt and have 1x co-ordinator and 2x routers using your router firmware. This would allow me to connect 43 xiaomi devices.

If i wanted to use cc2530 as a zigbee co-ordinator
eg. http://s.click.aliexpress.com/e/f2ZBu3N

How do I attach this co-ordinator to my Pi? or how does it communicate with the Pi?

Thanks
Mike

    Harvey Specter
    Posted at 07:45 September 10, 2018
    Owner
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    I’m using the identical board with my BPi. Connect:
    P0_2 < => RS232 RX (note: RPi may have several UARTs on digital pins).
    P0_3 < => RS232 TX
    GND < => GND
    + connect power to this board.

Harvey Specter
Posted at 07:14 September 12, 2018
Mike Stewart
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Thanks. I might have to find someone running the cc2530 and a pi with hass.io to find out the pi side of the configuration.

Harvey Specter
Posted at 10:03 September 18, 2018
Michael
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Hi, thank you very much for this great idea!

It is working with a xiaomi-reed-contact! I tried to use it with an Osram SmartPlug in the cellar room. When I turn on/off the Osram-Plug by hand on the switch, the status is immediately transmitted to FHEM. Without the use of the router it is not working.
But when I press the on/off or toggle button in FHEM there isn‘t any reaction at the SmartPlug in the cellar room (using the router!).
Can you please help me? Is it only working for sensors (one way)?

Thanks Michael

    Harvey Specter
    Posted at 05:20 September 19, 2018
    Owner
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    Hi Michael.

    I’m sorry, but I don’t have ideas. I don’t have such device to test it. But the router works with similar Xiaomi Plugs.

Harvey Specter
Posted at 05:32 September 27, 2018
Marco
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Hi. I’m testing the CC2530 router firmware (all channels version), but it doesn’t show up in my HomeAssistant with zha module (using Elelabs ZigBee USB which is working like a charm connecting Xiaomi door sensors).
How do I check that it’s actually trying to connect? Is the only way to use a CC2531 as a coordinator?
Thank you

    Harvey Specter
    Posted at 05:38 September 27, 2018
    Owner
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    What PanID do you use in your network?

      Harvey Specter
      Posted at 06:21 September 28, 2018
      Marco
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      Mmh… it’s all hardcoded in the homeassistant zha component. Shall I override that with the Xiaomi PanID?

      Thanx

        Harvey Specter
        Posted at 08:01 September 28, 2018
        Owner
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        Please, re-download firmware. I’ve changed it tomorrow and the router may connect to a network with any PanId.

          Harvey Specter
          Posted at 08:31 September 28, 2018
          Marco
          Author

          I’m using the 2018-09-26 update: I wasn’t able to change the channel in the Homeassistant component, so when I saw the new firmware I gave it a try.
          Did you change anything after that date?

          Anyway, do you have an estimate of how long should it take to join now? I tried to permit for 254 seconds, but the Homeassistant debug log does not show any sign of communication at all (only if a Xiaomi sensor sends directly to my Zigbee coordinator)

          Harvey Specter
          Posted at 06:40 September 29, 2018
          Owner
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          Yes, I’ve changed the file. Usually, the pairing process takes up to 60-120 seconds. But you can repeat this.

Harvey Specter
Posted at 20:28 October 2, 2018
Marco
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Tried your last router firmware: unfortunately, nothing appears in the debug log (after the permit-join for 120s). I tried with a different CC2530 board, just to be sure nothing went wrong, but no results either.
I then set up the IAR workbench and was able to compile the SampleLight project (RouterEB profile) setting just a few channels (11, 15 and 25, ie 0x02008800), plus: your symbols, PanID = 0xFFFF, and Xiaomi security key and it just connected after a few seconds. Any ideas?
For now, it’s working as a router (though need some more time to test it). I would like at least to add the genOnOff report to the code, but I’m not very familiar with the Z-Stack… Any help appreciated 😉

Thank you

    Harvey Specter
    Posted at 04:24 October 3, 2018
    Owner
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    This is strange that my router cannot connect, but it is based on the same sample.

      Harvey Specter
      Posted at 14:01 October 4, 2018
      Marco
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      I would like to debug that, but have very little time.
      Do you think that adding leds to the CC2530 board would help? I have the compact board version with antenna.
      I’m waiting for a programming cable for the CC2531: may be I can sniff with that?
      Thanx
      P.S. feel free to contact me via email

    Harvey Specter
    Posted at 07:09 November 16, 2018
    KC
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    Could you share your firmware? I’m having the same issue as you, using the external antenna version.

      Harvey Specter
      Posted at 12:32 November 21, 2018
      Marco
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      Hi KC, please ask PTVO to share my email address with you. I’m not hijacking this post with my firmware. And I’m not supporting it nor sharing sources anyway.

      Harvey Specter
      Posted at 11:20 December 7, 2018
      Marco
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      Hi, I didn’t get any contact from KC: I’m still available for sharing ideas with him.

        Harvey Specter
        Posted at 11:33 December 7, 2018
        Owner
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        I didn’t get any message from KC. Nothing to say you. Sorry.

Harvey Specter
Posted at 10:45 October 14, 2018
Jeff
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How many ZigBee end devices can one cc2530 coordinator handle?

    Harvey Specter
    Posted at 04:09 October 15, 2018
    Owner
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    The firmware can handle up to 24 devices.

Harvey Specter
Posted at 18:35 October 23, 2018
Reiner
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Thanks for your great work!
I use the 2530 board with ext. antenna and your firmware router-cc2530-std.hex
Do you support the LED in your FW ? If yes, to which pin must it be connected?

    Harvey Specter
    Posted at 04:04 October 24, 2018
    Owner
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    Hello. The firmware controls leds on the CC2531 board only.

Harvey Specter
Posted at 19:20 October 28, 2018
Frans
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Is it possible to install the router firmware to a CC2530 + CC2591 board?

    Harvey Specter
    Posted at 03:56 October 29, 2018
    Owner
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    Please, try this:
    http://ptvo.info/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/cc2530_cc2591_1.2.2a.44539_firmware.zip
    But I didn’t test it myself. It would be great if you let me know how it works.

      Harvey Specter
      Posted at 19:20 November 30, 2018
      Frans
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      I’ve uploaded the firmware (diag) to the cc2530_2591 using the cc-debugger.
      I connect a FTDI to VCC, GND. RX to P0_2 and TX to P0_3. But i don’t get any debug information. My zigbee network is already running, but i don’t see the new router.
      I’m using this board: https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/51o1F2Xd6oL.01_SL500_.jpg

        Harvey Specter
        Posted at 08:38 December 3, 2018
        Owner
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        This firmware does not output diagnostic information through the UART port. But you may get some additional information about router’s neighbors on the controller.

          Harvey Specter
          Posted at 13:46 December 3, 2018
          Frans
          Author

          To make the router work, i only need to connect the VCC to 3.3V and the GND to GND(does it matter wich VCC or GND?)

          Harvey Specter
          Posted at 20:11 December 3, 2018
          Frans
          Author

          The Router is working, thank you for building the firmware!

      Harvey Specter
      Posted at 19:07 December 10, 2018
      Brisko
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      Hello Frans,

      Can you explain how you managed to get you routers to work?

      It seems that I have the same module (I think webee is the real producer, model Z-0002).
      I was able to flash this firmware “router-cc2530-cc2591-diag.hex”. But after the successfull flashing procedure the router could not be paired to the existing CC2531 coordinator.

      I have connected the 3.3V to pin2 on the 6-pin header and the ground to pin1 on the same header.

      Is this correct? Does I have to connect anoter pins to ground (perhaps P0_4, P0_6 or P2_0)?

      Hope you can help.

        Harvey Specter
        Posted at 04:08 December 11, 2018
        Owner
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        My router firmware needs 3.3V and GND only. But it is possible your board uses a custom schematic, and the cc2530 chip enables the cc2591 chip with help of another pin (cc2530 control the on/off state of cc2591). It is necessary to check it.

          Harvey Specter
          Posted at 14:27 December 11, 2018
          Brisko
          Author

          I still don’t know if the router is working but meanwhile I think that my real problem is the number of paired devices.

          I have one CC2531 USB-Stick as coordinator on my linux-machine and an another CC2531 USB-Stick as a router. This config works.

          But I think I have reached the maximum numbers of paired devices because I also can’t connect any additional end device like an aqara temperature/humidity sensor.

          I had 28 paired devices and to check if I have reached the end I removed 2 devices. But that had no impact to my problem. I still can not pair any additional device. Neither an end device nor the CC2530 router.

          Is it possible that the entry in the list of paired devices in the flash-memory of the CC2531 doesn’t get pruned if I remove a device in zigbee2mqtt? This would explain my problems.

          I just wonder why I get no information from zigbee-shepherd telling me that there is a device that could not be paired because of any limitation.

          Harvey Specter
          Posted at 03:52 December 12, 2018
          Owner
          Author

          As I know the stable quantity is about 20 devices. How many routers did you connect to your coordinator?

          Zigbee-shepherd receives all notifications from a coordinator. The coordinator does not output any info if it does not accept/allow to connect a device.

          Harvey Specter
          Posted at 13:27 December 17, 2018
          Brisko
          Author

          I took me a heart and have rebuilded the whole zigbee-network. This time I replaced the coordinator CC2531 usb-stick with one of the CC2530+CC2591 connected via TTL-USB adapter.

          After deleting of the zigbee2mqtt database and a little problem concerning the RX/TX signal lines (I were so shure that I had connected RX to TX and vice versa TX to RX), I was able to start zigbee2mqtt. Pairing was faster than the first time, not so suprising because it was just an re-pairing of known devices.

          After I had paired the sensors near the coordinator I flashed a CC2530+CC2591 with your router-firmware and paired it with the coordinator by connecting only 3.3V and GND!

          At the moment I have the coordinator with 2 router and 31 end devices in my zigbee network. I will keep my two CC2531 usb-sticks for later, if I have to extend the coverage area in one special direction.

          Thanks a lot for your help!

          Best regards
          Brisko

          Harvey Specter
          Posted at 04:01 December 18, 2018
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          Hi! I glad to know that my work is usable 🙂

Harvey Specter
Posted at 12:41 November 14, 2018
Marco
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Hi, I have installed a couple of routers with the SampleLight firmware (with little modifications and your symbols definitions) and they are working fine for distant devices.
Now I’m in a situation where even the router has weak signal for the most distant devices, so added a router in cascade, but it seems it’s not picking up the closer router (though if the cascaded one is closer to the coordinator, it works).
Is there anything to tweak in the IAR project to make it work?

Thank you.

    Harvey Specter
    Posted at 04:24 November 15, 2018
    Owner
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    Hi Marco.

    Sorry, I cannot help here. I think a router found a better path to your coordinator. It is possible the better path is the shortest path.

      Harvey Specter
      Posted at 12:36 November 21, 2018
      Marco
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      Thank you. Your suggestion hinted me to try with a smaller antenna on the farthest router and it’s working much better. But from time to time the on-off command is failing.
      I guess there’s some kind of interference. That router is installed on a 2nd floor and I believe there are neighborhood WiFis transmitting on a close channel.
      Will try to set the transmission retries higher.

Harvey Specter
Posted at 07:22 November 16, 2018
KC
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Hi PTVO, are you able to provide detailed instructions on how to compile the firmware for routers? I’m having the same issues as Marco (CC2530+antenna not connecting), and I’d like to try compiling with his instructions.

    Harvey Specter
    Posted at 10:16 November 16, 2018
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    Sorry, I cannot share the sources.

      Harvey Specter
      Posted at 13:41 January 10, 2019
      fensoft
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      Can you please only share the version of zstack you used + the patch file ?

        Harvey Specter
        Posted at 14:15 January 10, 2019
        Owner
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        Sorry, I cannot share my code/changes.

Harvey Specter
Posted at 09:25 December 31, 2018
Dr. Apple
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I have the same problem, cc2530 with ex antenna will not work as router 🙁 The cc2531 works great als router or as cordi. But the cc2530 don’t work with any fw 🙁 The LED has no function 🙁 What is wrong ?

    Harvey Specter
    Posted at 15:17 December 31, 2018
    Owner
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    There are many places when the problem may exist. I don’t know how to help here.

Harvey Specter
Posted at 11:06 January 27, 2019
Rob
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Hello, I followed instructions found here https://github.com/Koenkk/zigbee2mqtt/blob/dev/docs/how_tos/how_to_create_a_cc2530_router.md to create a cc2530-based router using your router firmware (thanks!)

I hope the following questions make sense (I’m new to Zigbee things…):

Will the router firmware go into pairing mode every time it is powered up, or will it remember the pairing info and not re-pair after power cycling?

If the former, does that mean “permit_join” needs to be enabled on the host if the router is ever power-cycled, or else the router won’t be able to reconnect to the network?

If the latter, how to force it to re-pair if the previous pairing is no longer correct?

Thanks,
Rob.

ps. You mentioned that you can’t share your code/changes – I’m curious why?

    Harvey Specter
    Posted at 11:52 January 27, 2019
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    Hello Rob,

    1. You don’t need to re-pair the router after power off. But you need to do it after re-flashing.
    2. You should disable permit_join after pairing of all your devices.
    3. Re-flash the router.
    4. I cannot share my code changes of Z-Stack, because I’m not sure that the TI’s license allows to do it.

      Harvey Specter
      Posted at 21:27 January 27, 2019
      Rob
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      OK, understood. Thanks for your swift reply.

Harvey Specter
Posted at 22:09 January 27, 2019
Rob
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> The router sends the “genOnOff” report to a coordinator every minute…

What does the “onOff” value in this keep-alive message mean? It appears to become the “state” value in the message that is published by zigbee2mqtt. After I first flashed the router firmware and it paired, the “state” was true, but after a short while it changed to false. Seem to be working fine, I’m just curious. Thanks again, Rob.

    Harvey Specter
    Posted at 04:20 January 28, 2019
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    This is the state of green light on CC2531. Usually, CC2530 does not have this LED indicator and therefore this state does not matter for you. But you can still control this state from any high-level application.

Harvey Specter
Posted at 19:46 January 28, 2019
Rob
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I guessed that if an end device connects via the router, its “link quality” would be for end device to router, but in fact the end device appears to inherit the link quality of the router to coordinator connection…?

I have a Xiaomi Aqara temp/humidity/pressure sensor in my garage. When originally connected direct to the coordinator, the link quality was typically 75-85. I added a cc2530 router < 1m from the sensor in the garage, and reset the sensor so that it re-paired, and then confirmed that it was connected via the router by getting a network map from zigbee2mqtt. The link quality of both the router and the sensor appear to be equal now, hovering around 45-60.

It would be more useful for the end device to report the link quality between it and the router, as this is lost information otherwise.

Harvey Specter
Posted at 02:51 January 31, 2019
Quatuor
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Is anyone else having issues with CC2531 router firmware that after a power cycle it is open for new zigbee device joins, pretty much keeping the network open.
Is there a setting in firmware to disable it?

    Harvey Specter
    Posted at 04:05 January 31, 2019
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    The router re-transmits all data packets to a coordinator and does not analyze it. The coordinator may approve or decline to join request. Or do you mean something else?

Harvey Specter
Posted at 14:33 February 9, 2019
Rob
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Hi, would you be able to make the 2019-02-04 version of the firmware available for CC2530+CC2591 devices, please?

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