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    How to reload data base into the modem

    I am trying to reload the data base into a reset Insteon modem using the 026F command and all I get is a NAK returned. Tried everything I can think of and only rejects. Does anyone have any ideas what I am doing wrong?

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    Are you sending more than 02 6F? As the whole command has more in the command string. If the command is echoed back ends in a 15 NAK. The command was not processed. Maybe incorrect command format or missing needed data.

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    Last edited by BLH; 10-02-2021, 03:22 AM. Reason: Add information

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      #3
      Oh yes! A typical command would be '026F20E20147D11F022E48'. I had originally linked a bunch of devices and had a data base in the IM of around 12 entries. I wrote the code to get this data and store it on disk which worked fine. I then wrote the code to reset the IM which also works. After resetting, when I get the data from the IM, there is nothing there. I then wrote the code to reload the IM and that is where I am having the problem. The first thing I need to know is am I am doing this correctly ? Can you reload the IM like I'm doing and is this the way to go about it? If I manually linked a keypad, for instance, into the IM, I can get the data and everything is correct. If I use the 026F command like the one above, I get an ACK but that doesn't help if the IM is cleared, I get nothing but NAK's..

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        #4
        Maybe incorrect command format or missing needed data.
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        Last edited by farolosourgeois; 11-20-2021, 02:49 AM.

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