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Part Number: CC2652P
I am planning to build a ZigBee 3.0 based coordinator which act as a centralized trust center.
I also would like to change the security key dynamically. That means trust center should be able to tell other devices to move to new key and start communicating with this key.
Does TI support this feature now?
If yes can you explain how can i achieve that?
Yes, TI Z-Stack supports this Zigbee 3.0 feature by default.
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