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Remote AT commands as router (using XStick)

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When a gateway (X4 for instance) is set as a router, it is possible to modify every parameter of other routers in the same PAN ID (including remote routerĀ“s PAN ID).

I was wondering if this is possible to do as well with the XStick or another module set in router mode. How to send remote AT commands to set parameters from a router?

Sorry if this is somewhere in the forum already or manual, but I could not find it.

asked Apr 2, 2015 in IEEE 802.15.4 by thiagorod New to the Community (1 point)

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Sure as long as the nodes are all associated and the one you are sending the commands from is in API mode. You see remote AT commands are a function of API mode and have their own specific API frame.
answered Apr 3, 2015 by mvut Veteran of the Digi Community (15,108 points)