MQT: stat/Zigbee/RESULT = {"ZbSend":"No more than one cluster id per command"}

My home network was upgraded last week, and the new router is on a different network than the old one - 192.168.1.x vs 192.168.0.x. Even though I updated the settings in my Tasmota bridge it kept losing its connection to my OpenHAB system. Long story short, I ended up reflashing the firmware onto the bridge. Now the bridge has a list of connected devices, some of which I have been able to identify and restore the zbname. I will eventually figure out
and restore the names for all of my zigbee devices.

When I try to turn on a plug I get the following error:

MQT: stat/Zigbee/RESULT = {“ZbSend”:“No more than one cluster id per command”}

I get the same result if I enter it from the Tasmota console or through OpenHAB.
Any idea what I need to do to fix this cluster id problem?


I’ve tried reflashing the hub, ad deleting and rejoining devices with no success. I ended up buying a new hub.