What is the easiest way to migrate from CC1352P-2 to zzh? This is a different type of chip, so I most likely have to change the
pan_id and repair everything?
As my Zigbee network is getting larger, I recently decided to upgrade my adapter. I was running zigbee2mqtt as Hassio add-on, using a CC2531 (with antenna soldered) with around 50 devices (17 routers). I replaced this adapter by the CC1352P-2.
As this requires changing the
pan_id, and therefore repairing all devices, I decided to just remove the old add-on and re-install it after changing the dongle. Although I completely removed the add-on and all configuration/storage files, I still had to change the
pan_id, is this normal?
I started re-pairing all devices, but some devices re-paired automatically (most likely because they couldn’t reach the ‘old’ coordinator). However, in the next days, some of these devices were getting unstable, and I had to manually re-pair an re-configure them. Again: is this normal? And would it be better to delete them and/or manually re-pair them to prevent this?
The CC1352P-2 is more powerfull but a bit big (and better suited for debugging), so I just ordered the zzh stick and will use this one instead. As this is a different chipset (CC2652R) I most likely will have to change the
pan_id again and re-pair all devices. What is the best approach to do this?
- Start with a clean install, or just change the
pan_idand restart zzh?
- If changing the
pan_idis required, would it be possible to re-use my initial
pan_id(which is no longer used by any device now)
- Unpair/remove devices (routers) from network or not? I will manually reset them when possible
- When re-pairing: remove devices that auto-joined?
Many thanks for your suggestions! Or if there is any way to migrate without re-pairing, I would be happy to hear!