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How to do a point-to-multipoint network with an XBee PRO SX

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Hi, this is my first time trying to do a point-to-multipoint network with XBee's PRO SX...

I have been reading about how to do a point-to-multipoint network, but everything I read it's about others XBee modules. I know that I need a coordinator and end devices too but I don't know which coordinator choose in the "CE" parameter. Actually, it is not clear to me what does exactly is an Indirect message coordinator and what is the difference between this one and the "Non-routing coordinator" and which of them I need to use... Also, I don't have an "End device", I only have an Standard router, a Non-routing device, an Indirect message poller, and a Non-routing poller...

I would be greatful if you can help me with this.

asked Mar 8, 2017 in RF Solutions and XBee by NoemiMaq New to the Community (2 points)

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All you need to do is to set the DL and DH of the "Coordinator" to 0x00 and 0xFFFF. Then set the others to the SL and SH of the Coordinator. Leave all other settings alone and it will work.
answered Mar 8, 2017 by mvut Veteran of the Digi Community (14,715 points)
selected Mar 8, 2017 by NoemiMaq
Thank you so much Mvut