NRF24L01+ Can I listen to a transmitter without sending an ack?

I have several pairs of Master/Slave type radio links in a game room. I'd like to listen to the traffic from the Masters without interfering with their communication to the slaves. IOW, I don't want my third party listener sending acks back to the master.

I'm still new to this library and hardware so please bear with me as I try to wrap my head around this stuff. I know all the node/pipe names, channels used and data link speeds. I want to be able to listen on a channel without causing interference to the master and slave. I also want to allow the third party board to act as a master to "force" a slave to do its thing. That part doesn't seem too difficult to accomplish though.

Is this just a matter of disabling the automatic ack by calling setAutoAck(False)?

afremont:
Is this just a matter of disabling the automatic ack by calling setAutoAck(False)?

Yes.

The listener will have to be listening on the correct address.

…R

Thanks, that is what I was hoping.