Why node 9 is directly connected with node 1 but not with near node?
The node 8 and node 10 is about at 2 meter from node 9.
It is possible to rebuild the network?
I can see the signal power on node?
is it right the graph in habmin?
I’ve had some great luck using Zensys Zwave Controller application - it’s a free download that allows you to update each nodes neighbors plus it has some great other options like Network inclusion which has worked great for me.
The mesh update commands are available in OH1, and in the latest development binding for OH2, but not the current OH2 master. The graph itself correctly reflects the neighbour information that the nodes provide so this isn’t a problem - it’s the neighbour information that is not updated.
@KidSquid : I have same issues and test the Zensys Zwave Controller application.
When I try the neighbour update, after 8-10 seconds i get the message: “request neighbour update failed”.
Any idea, or could you please tell me how do you did the neighbour update ?
Battery powered devices cannot relay messages from their neighbors. It would kill their battery too fast. Only mains powered zwave devices can relay messages. So battery powered devices either need to be in range of the controller or in range of a mains powered device in the network.
So yes, to extend the range you need to add one or more mains powered devices to the network.
I have added two powered zwave items and they are working, but I can’t see any connection between powered device and battery powered.
If you look at items 16 and 17 they are powered and 18 and 19 are battery.
To my understanding of the habmin z-wave network graphic, all devices with red circle are battery devices. Blue are powered devices.
You graphic detail show, that your devices 16 and 17 are not accociated, or it looks that way. Maybe thats the reason why the battery devices does not MESH with them.
Which version of the zwave binding? You’ll need to be on milestone build M4 or a snapshot to have heal functionality. If you are using one of these, kick off a heal for the devices. Or check again in 24h, since the heal will run daily, by default, for all devices.
Rich answered, but just FYI… you can check the version of the binding in the Karaf console with…
list -s |grep zwave
Also, the Habmin topology map has nothing to do with the mesh, and only shows what devices a device has reported as a neighbor. The mesh routing table is internal to the controller. Other software can supposedly read it, like Zensys Tools, but I have my doubts that it displays anything different than what you see in Habmin, especially if you haven’t set any static routes.