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(BeeStack) Link Status Messages at ZEDs break Neighbour Table?

Question asked by Tim Warren on Jun 25, 2013
Latest reply on Feb 26, 2014 by Wlodek_D.

Hi All,


We have recently started adding more routers to our ZigBee networks and we noticed a degradation in performance of our ZEDs when we increased the router population over a certain size. What we have found is that link status messages from routers are causing ZEDs to add the origin router to their neighbour table - if the number of routers ever exceeds the size of the neighbour table, the ZED starts overwriting old NT entries causing the network to fall over.


There might be some elusive setting in BeeStack that is causing the ZED to process link status messages; we would expect that the default behaviour should be to ignore them? We're using BeeStack 2.0.0.