UZB -> Missing Smart Start

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acanadasSC
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Joined: 10 Nov 2016 13:28

UZB -> Missing Smart Start

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I've installed Z-Way and updated it to the latest version 3.0.3 and upgraded my UZB firmware to 5.33, 5.34 and 5.36. None of them show any option to configure Smart Start anywhere in the UI or Expert UI.

Controller info shows the following:

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Hardware
Vendor:	Z-Wave.Me
Vendors Product ID:	1024 / 1
Z-Wave Chip:	ZW0500

Firmware
Library Type:	Static Controller
SDK Version:	6.81.01
Serial API Version:	05.36

Capabillities:
UUID:	721018bf990f419c6e507be12b09f701
Subvendor:	0x0115
Nodes limit:	03
Capabillities:	SlM

Software Information
Version number:	v3.0.3
Compile-ID:	d0b3db3637dc7b4c2cf34c1d4c6b1fd696d2388c
Compile-Date:	2019-12-13 00:48:57 +0300

UI
UI version	1.5.0
Built date	18-07-2019 01:48:51
And Show Controller Data shows the following:

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/: None (11:53)
    nodeId: 1 (11:53)
    homeId: [REMOVED BY THREAD AUTHOR]
    SUCNodeId: 1 (11:53)
    isPrimary: true (11:53)
    isInOthersNetwork: false (11:53)
    isRealPrimary: true (11:53)
    isSUC: true (11:53)
    SISPresent: true (11:53)
    libType: Static Controller (11:53)
    SDK: 6.81.01 (11:53)
    ZWlibMajor: 6 (11:53)
    ZWlibMinor: 2 (11:53)
    ZWLib: 1 (11:53)
    ZWVersion: 6 (11:53)
    ZWaveChip: ZW0500 (11:53)
    APIVersion: 05.36 (11:53)
    APIVersionMajor: 5 (11:53)
    APIVersionMinor: 36 (11:53)
    manufacturerId: 277 (11:53)
    vendor: Z-Wave.Me (11:53)
    manufacturerProductType: 1024 (11:53)
    manufacturerProductId: 1 (11:53)
    bootloaderCRC: 40196 (11:53)
    firmwareCRC: 25777 (11:53)
    capabilities: 2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,16,17,18,19,20,21,22,23,28,32,33,34,35,36,39,40,41,42,43,44,45,46,55,56,57,58,59,63,65,66,68,69,70,71,72,73,74,75,76,77,79,80,81,83,84,85,86,87,88,94,95,96,97,98,99,102,103,120,128,144,146,147,152,180,182,183,184,185,186,189,190,191,208,209,210,211,212,238,239,242,244,245,247 (11:53)
    controllerState: 0 (11:53)
    nonManagmentJobs: 0 (11:53)
    lastIncludedDevice: 0 (11:53)
    lastExcludedDevice: 0 (11:53)
    secureInclusion: true (11:53)
    oldSerialAPIAckTimeout10ms: 150 (11:53)
    oldSerialAPIByteTimeout10ms: 15 (11:53)
    curSerialAPIAckTimeout10ms: 10 (11:53)
    curSerialAPIByteTimeout10ms: 10 (11:53)
    countJobs: false (11:53)
    memoryGetAddress: 32768 (11:53)
    memoryGetData: 244,245,133,126,113,72,89,124,153,51,31,21,211,60,80,25,48,108,39,50,251,34,186,44,65,246,224,143,11,157,34,251,177,188,56,13,115,43,170,75,63,145,147,208,242,84,245,89,18,127,208,179,216,239,137,201,162,130,205,124,1,160,66,68 (11:53)
    memoryManufacturerId: None (11:53)
    memoryType: None (11:53)
    memoryCapacity: None (11:53)
    functionClasses: 2,3,4,5,6,7,8,11,18,19,21,22,23,32,33,34,35,36,39,41,42,43,44,45,57,58,59,63,65,66,68,70,71,72,73,74,75,76,77,80,81,82,83,84,85,86,87,94,96,97,98,99,128,146,147,186,190,208,209,210,211,242,243,244,245,248 (11:53)
    functionClassesNames: SerialAPIGetInitData,SerialAPIApplicationNodeInformation,ApplicationCommandHandler,GetControllerCapabilities,SerialAPISetTimeouts,GetSerialAPICapabilities,SerialAPISoftReset,SerialAPISetup,SendNodeInformation,SendData,GetVersion,SendDataAbort,RFPowerLevelSet,GetHomeId,MemoryGetByte,MemoryPutByte,MemoryGetBuffer,MemoryPutBuffer,FlashAutoProgSet,NVMGetId,NVMExtReadLongBuffer,NVMExtWriteLongBuffer,NVMExtReadLongByte,NVMExtWriteLongByte,ClearNetworkStats,GetNetworkStats,GetBackgroundRSSI,RemoveNodeIdFromNetwork,GetNodeProtocolInformation,SetDefault,ReplicationReceiveComplete,AssignReturnRoute,DeleteReturnRoute,RequestNodeNeighbourUpdate,ApplicationNodeUpdate,AddNodeToNetwork,RemoveNodeFromNetwork,CreateNewPrimary,ControllerChange,SetLearnMode,AssignSUCReturnRoute,EnableSUC,RequestNetworkUpdate,SetSUCNodeId,DeleteSUCReturnRoute,GetSUCNodeId,SendSUCNodeId,ExploreRequestInclusion,RequestNodeInformation,RemoveFailedNode,IsFailedNode,ReplaceFailedNode,GetRoutingTableLine,GetPriorityRoute,SetPriorityRoute,RFPowerLevelGet,SendTestFrame,SetPromiscuousMode,PromiscuousCommandHandler,WatchDogStart,WatchDogStop,ZMEFreqChange,ZMERestore,ZMEBootloaderFlash,ZMECapabilities,ZMESerialAPIOptions (11:53)
    softwareRevisionVersion: v3.0.3 (11:53)
    softwareRevisionId: d0b3db3637dc7b4c2cf34c1d4c6b1fd696d2388c (11:53)
    softwareRevisionDate: 2019-12-13 00:48:57 +0300 (11:53)
    uuid: 721018bf990f419c6e507be12b09f701 (11:53)
    caps: 1,21,3,5 (11:53)
    capsNonce: 0,0,0,0 (11:53)
    countDown: 0 (11:53)
    frequency: EU (11:53)
    deviceRelaxDelay: 3 (11:53)
    statistics: None (11:53)
        backgroundRSSI: None (11:53)
            channel1: 165 (11:59)
            channel2: 125 (11:59)
            channel3: 127 (11:59)
        RFTxFrames: 1 (11:53)
        RFTxLBTBackOffs: 0 (11:53)
        RFRxFrames: 0 (11:53)
        RFRxLRCErrors: 0 (11:53)
        RFRxCRC16Errors: 0 (11:53)
        RFRxForeignHomeID: 0 (11:53)
        priorityRoute: None (11:53)
            dstNodeId: None (11:53)
            routeType: None (11:53)
            speed: None (11:53)
            hops: None (11:53)
        jammingDetection: None (11:53)
            ch1Threshold: 127 (11:53)
            ch2Threshold: 127 (11:53)
            ch3Threshold: 127 (11:53)
            detected: 0 (11:53)
    homeName: (11:04)
    homeNotes: (11:04)
    S2RequireCSA: false (11:53)
    smartStart: None (11:04)
        requestFrom: None (11:53)
        dskProvisioningList: None (11:04)
        includingDSK: None (11:53)
I've also tried using Smart Start with Silabs PC Controller, but also no luck.
We really need this to be working so we can continue developing.

Thanks

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PoltoS
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Joined: 26 Jan 2011 19:36

Re: UZB -> Missing Smart Start

Post by PoltoS »

In Smart Home UI you can use it. Also enable debug button in EUI and you will have access to Smart Start in EUI

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