I'am trying to configure Xbee Series 1 to form a star topology without peer-to-peer behavior. That means one central node (that can be a coordinator or an end device) and all remaining nodes attached to it.
I'am testing this with 3 Xbee nodes (A, B, C) being A the center of the star and B connected to my PC via serial usb. A and C are now powered via usb but will be powered by batteries in the future. So B<->A<->C.
I have tested several configurations with XCTU but the result is the same: I send data with a Tx64 api frame from B to C but the data doesn't go B->A->C, it goes directly from B to C (I guess this has relation with peer-to-peer default Xbee behavior).
My latest tested configuration is:
A,B,C all as End Devices (CE=0), no sleep
A: MY=FFFF, DH=0, DL=FFFF, A1=0
B: MY=FFFF, DH=SH of point A, DL=SL of point A, A1=0
C: MY=FFFF, DH=SH of point A, DL=SL of point A, A1=0
If I open XCTU, I add B node to the Radio Modules list and do a Network Scan i find that A and C are connected to B (It should be B connected to A, A connected to C). So I think its again the peer-to-peer that messes the star topology.
Finally, my question is: Is there any configuration to send from node B to C always via A (center of the star network)?