Hi ~ SDK: nrf5_SDK_for_Mesh_v2_0_1 's ligth switch proxy client & proxy server IDEs : SEGGER Embedded Studio for ARM Release 3.40 Build 2018052200.36079 Windows x64 SoftDevices : s132_nrf52_6.0.0_softdevice Computer platform : Windows10 hardware revisions : PCA10040 V1.1.0
Element 0x0004 can't receive Element 0x0002 As shown.
It shouldn't be a problem doing what you are trying to do, but there aren't much information to know what went wrong. Can you give me more details about your problem? how do you do provisioning and configuration?
I use both Client&Server and Proxy's android APP (mobile app) with nRF Mesh.The hardware is PCA10040, and then use the mobile APP to configure the file "Question 001.png".Why do I use the Client subscription to not read the button status of the Server Publish(Element 0x0002)?The direction of the black arrow in the figure represents the normal transmission, and the red line represents the transmission failure.
I made the second configuration test attachment image file ("question 002.png" file).After I changed the configuration of Element 0x0003 to 0x0002, Element 0x0002 can publish to the subscription of Element 0x0003.However, there is no way for the publish of Element 0x0001 to be received for the subscription of Element 0x0003.From the figure (question 001 & question 002) you can find:Client-side subscriptions can only be received if the Element itself has an Publish Address.The server-side subscription does not require the Element itself to have an Publish Address.
How can I get the client-side subscription to receive the Address that I have not publish yet? (Like the server side)
What do you mean by "changed the configuration of Element 0x0003 to 0x0002"? Can you give me more details on how you changed it?
Do you do the provisioning with our provisioning example from the SDK or do you use the nRF Mesh app?
Hi,Publishing of Element_0x0003 changes to 0x0002, After Element_0x0002 can publish to subscription of Element_0x0003.with nRF Mesh app.
is "question 001.png",is "question 002.png".