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Unexpected additional data from Node Discover (AT Mode)

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User Guide for ZigBee RF Modules (90000976 W) appears to be applicable to my S2 - ZigBee Coordinator AT version 20A7.

It gives the response to the 'ND' command as:
SH<CR>
SL<CR>
NI<CR> (Variable length)
PARENT_NETWORK ADDRESS (2 Bytes)<CR> DEVICE_TYPE<CR> (1 Byte: 0=Coord, 1=Router, 2=End Device)
STATUS<CR> (1 Byte: Reserved)
PROFILE_ID<CR> (2 Bytes)
MANUFACTURER_ID<CR> (2 Bytes)
<CR>

However, with 2 routers connected, and issuing the ND command through XCTU, I am getting back:

D310<CR> //MY ???
0013A200<CR> //SH
40C45649<CR> //SL
<CR> //NI-space char
FFFE<CR> //PNA
01<CR> //Node type=Router
00<CR> //Status
C105<CR> //Profile
101E<CR> //Manufacturer
00030000<CR> //Totally unexpected ???
<CR> //Terminator
ED78<CR> //MY ???
0013A200<CR> //SH
40E43473<CR> //SL
<CR> //NI-space char
FFFE<CR> //PNA
01<CR> //Node type=Router
00<CR> //Status
C105<CR> //Profile
101E<CR> //Manufacturer
00030000<CR> //Totally unexpected ???
<CR> //Terminator
<CR> //Final terminator

Does anybody recognise this response pattern? Am I using the wrong documentation and can anybody help identify where I can find the right guide?

Thanks,
Jerry
asked Oct 8, 2015 in ZigBee PRO Featureset (and legacy ZNet 2.5) by SkyDemon New to the Community (1 point)
Thank you - that was it. Set to 3!

If anybody from Digi reads this, it would really help for the documentation on the ND command to make some reference to the fact that NO values will modify the response.

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check "NO" setting if it is 0.
answered Oct 8, 2015 by wwqiao New to the Community (3 points)
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