Unfortunately, there is not an easy way to get a notification if the IKEA repeater goes offline to HE for any reason.
Even if the custom commands 'Get Link Quality' or "Get Route Table" are called from an RM5 rule and the repeater responds properly, the "Last Activity At" is never updated :
dev:22612023-01-18 11:56:28.188inforoute info- Destination:This Hub, Next Hop:This Hub, Status:Inactive
dev:22612023-01-18 11:56:28.184traceroute info- Destination:Button Sonoff SNZB-01, Next Hop:TS0207 Tuya Zigbee Repeater, Status:Active
dev:22612023-01-18 11:56:28.181inforoute info- Destination:This Hub, Next Hop:This Hub, Status:Inactive
dev:22612023-01-18 11:56:28.177inforoute info- Destination:This Hub, Next Hop:This Hub, Status:Inactive
dev:22612023-01-18 11:56:28.174traceroute info- Destination:TS004F remote, Next Hop:TS0121 MyRoom, Status:Active
dev:22612023-01-18 11:56:28.171inforoute info- Destination:This Hub, Next Hop:This Hub, Status:Inactive
dev:22612023-01-18 11:56:28.167traceroute info- Destination:Button Smart Knob TS004F, Next Hop:TS0121 MyRoom, Status:Active
dev:22612023-01-18 11:56:28.163traceroute info- Destination:Unknown:1573, Next Hop:Power Plug Ikea TRADFRI , Status:Discovery Underway
dev:22612023-01-18 11:56:28.159traceroute info- Destination:This Hub, Next Hop:This Hub, Status:Active
dev:22612023-01-18 11:56:26.689traceDevice:Power Plug Ikea TRADFRI , Type:Router, RxOnWhenIdle:True, Relationship:Sibling, Permit Joining:Unknown, LQI:137
dev:22612023-01-18 11:56:26.683traceDevice:TS011F (Krisi Room), Type:Router, RxOnWhenIdle:True, Relationship:Sibling, Permit Joining:Unknown, LQI:54
dev:22612023-01-18 11:56:26.677traceDevice:This Hub, Type:Coordinator, Relationship:Sibling, LQI:95
this is what I have just said. no driver gets associated with them and if I select them manually they still don't work. I'm on the latest firmware.
If you do the get link quality, do you see anything in the logs for them?
Also do one of these and see if you see them in the details:
Interesting - Are these URL/TOOLS documented somewhere ?
Question - I am assuming that all my ZigBee devices should be in there somehow...right ?
In the mean time I found this :
Zigbee Child and Route Info Table Help / Explanation
Also do one of these
I see only one - link - what do u mean by one of these ? I was expected more than one
Nope. With ZigBee there's no easy answers.
But these are definitely some good starter ones:
Still learning about this myself but a couple of observations:
The age number in the Neighbor Table (the list of current 'single hop' neighbors being used) is evaluated differently than the one used in the Route Table Entry list (I haven't cracked that nut yet; I don't think I've ever seen any age other than 64 in that list). You probably won't see an age >6 in for an active link in the neighbor table; and it always will get reset back to 3 once link status reports are regularly received for…
If you want to get the full picture you'll need an Xbee:
Since Xbee devices were taking the
Xiaomi devices - are they pairing / staying connected for you? thread off track and info is scattered between here and the SmartThings forum.
I figured I would create a thread for everything Xbee related.
You can display Xbee zigbee network scans as a graph like this
or a table like this
These are great little devices to use as routers to extend your network and for mapping out your zigbee network.
They have made my Xiaomi…
No, just that one. That's my poor choice of words.
From my understanding, that only shows devices that connect directly to your hub, and devices that connect to that first layer of repeaters.
You can try the driver published here :
[Project] Device Health Status [Tuya, Aqara, Ikea, Sonoff, Lidl and others] - #20 by kkossev
Thank you Mr Kossev
Just i was thinking you could take further Marcuss generic zigbee motion sensor as well. It has present too.
Thank you for your work
Can you give some more details about what did you do exactly? Step by step?
imported your driver.
Aded the repeater.
It comes up as "device" doesnt not automaticly employs your driver.
ofcourse your driver works with it if i select it manually.
If its working ? that takes time to find out
The most possible reason is that you have a new version of the IKEA repeater and it's fingerprint is not yet in the driver. My Ikea repeater was purchased probably a year ago, Markus's fingerprints are even older.
Please delete the device ( 'REMOVE DEVICE' at the bottom right of the web page). Then, pair it again to HE. When paired as a new device, this is the only time when the most detailed information about the device will be shown - there will be a link 'More Info'. Click on it and try to copy and paste as text all the information that will appear in the popup window.
Then I will add the new model fingerprint into modified Markus's
Zigbee - Generic Repeater (w/ healthStatus) driver, and next time you pair it to HE it should be selected automatically.
this one got recognised straight away
That repeater fingerprint was already defined in the driver.
Can you do the same for the repeater that didn't pick up Markus's driver automatically?
The last repeater data is the same as the previous one. So I suppose everything is working now and all the Zigbee repeaters show as online?
Online means that the repeaters are part of the HE Zigbee network and these repeaters can be used for repeating by the other devices if the devices themselves decide to.
@kkossev -- I mentioned earlier that the Aeotec Zi extender (ZGA001) seems to work great with your driver (still is!). I should've sent the Zi's fingerprint in case it would be helpful to have on file -- here it is:
Zigbee - Generic Repeater (w/ healthStatus) ver 2.0.2
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