What’s the default password for the Raspbee II on the deCONZ web app?
I could only find the one for the first Raspbee online (“raspbeegw”) but it didn’t work for the 2. I also tried the Conbees’ default password (“delight”)
I haven’t found a mention of it when skimming through the Raspbees’ manual, either.
Clicking the password-reset-button (even shortly after rebooting the gateway) only produces an error: “Error, has the gateway been restarted already?” (roughly translated)
My installation is on a RaspBian with the December 2021 version of Dresden Electronics’ software.
That hadn’t worked either.
I’ll give some additional information on the issue:
Using my RaspBee II with the deCONZ’ homeassistant plugin has worked before but since I changed my SD card to an SSD it stopped working.
(I’ve read people solvings this in 2 different ways: 1 was to use an extension cord for the SSD to avoid signal interference, I wanted to avoid doing that. And the other method is to run deCONZ directly from Raspbian instead of as a HA plugin.)
While it doesn’t fully work in homeassistant (“Firmware:” shows “not connected” instead of the number and no devices are detected), I can still log into it. I tried resetting the Phoscon Gateway from the homeassistant plugin but it just said “failed” without any further error description.
Here are the logs from when I attempted the reset:
12:58:57:713 device state timeout ignored in state 2
12:58:57:872 device state timeout ignored in state 2
12:58:58:037 device state timeout ignored in state 2
12:58:58:196 device state timeout ignored in state 2
12:58:58:357 device state timeout ignored in state 2
12:58:58:517 device state timeout ignored in state 2
12:58:58:677 device state timeout ignored in state 2
12:58:58:836 device state timeout ignored in state 2
172.30.32.2 - - [18/Jan/2022:12:58:58 +0100] “GET /websocket HTTP/1.1” 101 4 “-” “Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 10.0; Win64; x64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/96.0.4664.110 Safari/537.36”
12:58:58:973 Websocket disconnected 127.0.0.1:43542, state: 0, close-code: 1000, reason:
12:58:58:996 device state timeout ignored in state 2
12:58:59:073 try to reconnect to network try=3
12:58:59:316 device state timeout ignored in state 2
12:58:59:476 device state timeout ignored in state 2
12:58:59:636 device state timeout (handled)
12:58:59:716 void zmMaster::handleStateIdle(zmMaster::MasterEvent) not connected goto OFF state
12:58:59:718 device state timeout ignored in state 1
12:59:00:195 dev /dev/ttyAMA0
12:59:04:073 failed to reconnect to network try=4
By the way, during the installation process of deCONZ for Raspbian I got some errors when installing the RTC. But I assumed it may not be a big deal because that had failed to be installed on the HA version too and I’ve read others having the issue too without it causing further issues.
Are you using an extension cable on the SSD?
You are suffering from Interference.
I’m using an extension cord now, put the SSD 1,5m away from the PI and the components are isolated from the ground via nylon-nuts but I’m still getting "Firmware: not connected” in the Phoscon>Gateway, “failed” upon resetting the gateway and my sensor still isn’t being detected.
And as I said before, another user managed to get it to work without the need of a USB extension cord by running deCONZ directly from Raspbian instead of as a Homeassistant plugin. And I’d be happy if someone who knows about that hopped in on this.
I don’t know, maybe the issue is the kind of USB connector I’m using. It looks kinda bare-bones. Maybe it’s not shielded that well and I should get a male->male USB Cable instead of using this with the male->female USB cable I already had.
I forgot to mention I’m using deCONZ HA plugin version 6.11.1, Homeassistant version core-2021.7.3, Homeassistant Operation System version 6.6
Put the ssd in a USB 2.0 port.
the Raspberry PI3b I’m using only has USB2.0 ports, none with USB 3.0
The new USB Male->Male cable I’m using also only utilized USB 2
but it still didn’t make a difference