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AT Command - Number of Children?

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Hi,

I am using xbee3's with digimesh. I have some nodes that are always on and act as repeaters for other sleeping nodes. Is there an AT Command I can use to figure out how many nodes are using the repeater? I would like to be able to track this as a part of the repeater health metric over time to see if it is being used by the network or not.

Thank you.
asked Jan 11 in XBee3 by backpacker87 Community Contributor (51 points)

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https://www.digi.com/resources/documentation/Digidocs/90002277/#Containers/cont_diag.htm?TocPath=Network%2520commissioning%2520and%2520diagnostics%257C_____0
answered Jan 12 by mvut Veteran of the Digi Community (15,107 points)
The documentation that you referenced appears to have functionality related to an active request for the list of connected devices on a network. My question is if there is a passive means to know the number of devices that are being relayed through a device.
No there is not.
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