I am using
Ti's SOC cc2531 for my project with Z-Stack 2.5.0. OIn my n/w there is a
coordinator and rest of the devices as Router. One of these router I have made
as USB gateway through which I can access this network from a PC as shown in
the diagram below.
I can easily
send and receive data from USB to R4 without any issues, however through the
same setup and code when I try sending data to R1 or R2, the data is not
getting received by these routers.
From analysing the packet sniffer data, I could understand that
the short address being generated at USB when I transfer the data between USB
to R4 was correct however when the short address for R1 and R2 was being
generated as 0xCD00.
I am using AP as below
passoc_device= AssocGetWithExt(temp_extend); And
This below for sending data packet to neighbour router
AF_TX_OPTIONS_NONE, 0 );
Please clarify what needs
to be done to correctly calculate the short address of devices which are not
attached to the same parent device?
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