>the serial port you use and the serial port rf_config.py is trying to use are not the same.
in fact I am using /dev/serial... this should be the "problem". I will test this evening.
>I link your test idea, may write one like it.
If I could put together any further command to explore the current settings, I will gladly write a small graphical utility, possibly multiplatform (windows and linux, I don't use Apple stuff), GPL licensed of course. Currently "developing" on a PI3 with a 24pin IoT gateway, I am not using the pc IoT gateway yet. The utility could be recompiled for windows easily, then only change to be done is to handle OS specific stuff, like serial handling. It is a nice environment(Lazarus).
>They should no be needing to be reprogrammed unless you want to customize for your special project.
I know but when I ordered the stuff, I explained what I wanted to do, so the previous owner set the items for EU market and possibly gave the IoT gateways 3 different address and preprogrammed the sensors. My original idea was to play with a PI HA cluster, I like the idea that the sensors could report to two different IoT gateways, and you could logically aggregate two sensors (long story, flood sensor that should work no matter what).
I only have two sensors ant the moment, and the one tested worked out of the box with the first gateway I picked up.
Not knowing the current settings, how am I supposed to add other sensors without resetting the whole current set of items?
Asking to sensors their setting would allow me to add easily other sensors.
Could you kindly confirm which are the default settings for the sensors in term of channel, PANid(23205), frequency (3 for EU), channel (1)?
It would be wonderful if you could provide commands to ask about the configuration, at least of the IoT Gateway.
Of course, without the correct settings in the IoT you won't reach the sensors anyway, but it could be nice to know the IoT settings.
Hope it is clearer now.
TIA (Thanks in Advance :)
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