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How to format Match descriptor response for door sensor

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I was able to find the door sensor using xtcu and I keep getting a cluster id of 0006 with profile id of 0000 from the sensor every minute and I keep trying to respond to it with cluster id of 8006 but I don't get an answer back. I know the sensor is able to communicate because I send other cluster id's and it response back with the corresponding id. I am unsure what payload is supposed to go in the match descriptor cluster id message to get it to work.

The message from the sensor is:

Explicit RX Indicator (API 1)

7E 00 1B 91 00 0D 6F 00 11 15 A0 5C E7 9F 00 00 00 06 00 00 02 27 FD FF 04 01 01 19 00 00 00

Start delimiter: 7E
Length: 00 1B (27)
Frame type: 91 (Explicit RX Indicator)
64-bit source address: 00 0D 6F 00 11 15 A0 5C
16-bit source address: E7 9F
Source endpoint: 00
Destination endpoint: 00
Cluster ID: 00 06
Profile ID: 00 00
Receive options: 02
RF data (HEX): 27 FD FF 04 01 01 19 00 00
RF data (ASCII): 'ýÿ

and I have tried responding with:

Explicit Addressing Command Frame (API 1)

7E 00 19 11 02 00 0D 6F 00 11 15 A0 5C FF FE 00 00 80 06 00 00 00 00 02 D2 6A 01 00 8C

Start delimiter: 7E
Length: 00 19 (25)
Frame type: 11 (Explicit Addressing Command Frame)
Frame ID: 02 (2)
64-bit dest. address: 00 0D 6F 00 11 15 A0 5C
16-bit dest. address: FF FE
Source endpoint: 00
Dest. endpoint: 00
Cluster ID: 80 06
Profile ID: 00 00
Broadcast radius: 00 (0)
Transmit options: 00
RF data (HEX): 02 D2 6A 01 00
RF data (ASCII): Òj

with no response. I saw on the zigbee device profile page that the payload contains a List of endpoints on the remote that match the request criteria. But I don't know what this is referring to.
asked Aug 17, 2020 in XBee3 ZigBee by Pkwom New to the Community (2 points)

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What you need to do is look in the Zigbee specification under the HA profile for these cluster ID's and End points. Then look up the specific data packet 27 FD FF 04 01 01 19 00 00

You will find the response you need for it in that specification.
answered Aug 17, 2020 by mvut Veteran of the Digi Community (14,807 points)
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