After upgrading to 2.17.01 / 26780700 (my previous version was 2.12.06 / 26720700) I lost all my lights (are greyed out) and sensors (are unreachable).
Many times when executing an upgrade I need to pair again all devices, like for a lot of deconz users, but this time I’m unable to pair again any device
Steps to reproduce the behavior
Upgrade to 2.17.01 / 26780700, all lost. After a reboot, no change and all device are still unreachable.
Upgrade procedure works and stops to loose my devices … like a lot of other times
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Host system: Raspberry Pi (Zero W)
Running method: Raspbian
Firmware version: 26780700
deCONZ version: 2.17.01
Device: ConBee II
Do you use an USB extension cable: yes, microUSB to USB
Is there any other USB or serial devices connected to the host system? No
Jul 12 21:42:49 raspberrypi deCONZ: 21:42:41:227 DB saved in 135 ms
Jul 12 21:42:49 raspberrypi deCONZ: 21:42:42:130 Daylight now: nauticalDusk, status: 220, daylight: 0, dark: 1
Jul 12 21:42:49 raspberrypi deCONZ: 21:42:42:130 apsUseExtPanid is 0x0000000000000001 but should be 0, start reconfiguration
Jul 12 21:42:49 raspberrypi deCONZ: 21:42:42:130 tcAddress is 0x0000000000000000 but should be 0x00212EFFFF078E07, start reconfiguration
Jul 12 21:42:49 raspberrypi deCONZ: 21:42:42:130 Skip automatic channel change, TODO warn user
I have many Ikea bulbs and lights and many Aqara sensor
It is like Mimiix wrote. Somehow your network settings changed completely. The TC Address must be the same as the MAC Address and APS Ext PAN ID must be 0. So thats correct what you did there.
The TC Link Key is also wrong. It always the same (public) key: 0x5a6967426565416c6c69616e63653039
The rest looks ok. You should try to change the key first.
It is possible that your network key or the Channel also changed for whatever reason But perhaps it stayed the same.
If entering the TC Link Key does not work to get your nodes back you can try to load a backup in the phoscon app (if you have one) or to revert to your last working network settings. There is a hidden menu in the Phoscon App when you (ALT+ left click) at the “Advanced Settings” Icon at the Gateway Settings page.
That said… the question is why the network settings changed (during the update). Can you share any other information what you did when this error happened?
@Mimiix yes, I never change the channel … in my setup after an upgrade generating the problem, I always need to re-pair all my devices. Restoring a working backup or reverting the network configuration never solved the problem, and I always need to perform a re-pair (searching in github issues really a lot of users, for different problems, are required to a new re-pair )
I re-enable the log and I’ll attach it to this thread
And no error message when doing that ?
You can take a look in the backup file, it s an archive, inside you have a deconz.conf file, it s a text file, you need to have your network configuration inside.
A short update: It’s true that I need to re-pair all my light devices… but I see that all sensors are already paired, no need to a re-pair for them
It’s worth noting (?) that ALL my lights are from Ikea.
@ChrisHae I wait several hours, but my lights are never reachable, until a re-pair. @Mimiix after a power cycle, the lights are still unreachable… but If I start the search procedure, after the power cycle, they are all found and joined.
If I start the search procedure, without power cycle, lights are still unreachable.
The next week I’ll try to change and then restore the network key in a zigbee2mqtt compliant device, and I’m curious to see the behaviour of the Ikea lights: maybe there some issue with those devices.