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The XCTU software is a little buggy, if you cannot get rid of the DH (set it to zero) after accidentally setting it to something nonzero, go into the console tab, hit connect
- Add a packet — “+++” .
- Send selected packet — you should get an “OK” in response letting you know the device is awake. Note that the device falls asleep fairly quickly.
- Add packet — “ATMY[enter]” (the enter is important!). Send it. You should receive the current MY back.
- To change the DH, add a packet — “ATDH0[enter]” and send it. You should get “OK” back.
- Add a packet — “ATWR[enter]” and send it. You should get an “OK” back. This writes changes to flash.
- You can hit disconnect, unplug and re-plug in the xbee, reconnect it, and let XCTU read all the values to double-check that you changed the value you wanted to change.
Yes, essentially you are using a giant GUI to use a commandline in windows to program your xbee. roflcopter.
XCTU also doesn’t run on linux. :/ ugh xbees.
posting, because I wasted a few hours and Shane also wasted time on this same bug. Sigh. Software, GUIs *shakes head*