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Is it require to add cluster in router device?

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bhautik_ruparel
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Hello Support Team,

I have used one Coordinator, Router and End device and configured cluster on Coordinator and End device side as per application.

I configure Dimmable Light [0x0101] as a router.

So Is it require to add/configure cluster [i.e. Group, Scenes, Level Control, On/Off cluster, etc.] on router side? 

Regards,

Bhautik

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mario_castaneda
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Hi @bhautik_ruparel,

In this case, the router will be sent the packet to the coordinator, if the destination address is the coordinator, but you are right the router doesn't need any cluster for this.

Regards,

Mario

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mario_castaneda
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Hi @bhautik_ruparel,

In this case, the router will be sent the packet to the coordinator, if the destination address is the coordinator, but you are right the router doesn't need any cluster for this.

Regards,

Mario

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mario_castaneda
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Hi @bhautik_ruparel,

In this case, if you do not add this cluster functionality, the router can not respond and support some commands that the coordinator could request. It will depend on your application

Regards,

Mario

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bhautik_ruparel
Contributor II

Hello @mario_castaneda 

Thanks for your response.

As per our application I have configure router [Dimmable Light] as a range extender and also just routing the packet from end device to coordinator and vice versa. 

So In this condition no need to require to add or configure cluster. Is that my understanding right?

Regards,

Bhautik 

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