I have a setup with 3 xbees. One is serving as the main communication point, and talks with the other 2 (mod1 and mod2). Those 2 receive messages from the main xbee and send some back. They only talk to main and don't talk to each other.
The main xbee only needs to send a message ever to either one of mod1 and mod2, not both. So the messages directed to mod1 and mod2 are unique.
I now have this configured like: main: MY = A DL = B
mod1: MY = B DL = A
mod2: MY = B DL = A
I'm wondering if this creates issues because I have 2 modules with the same (MY) address.
Alternatively I could leave this address to the default 0 so it becomes:
main: MY = A DL = 0
mod1: MY = 0 DL = A
mod2: MY = 0 DL = A
Would this be better in some way?
I'm asking because I'm trying to troubleshoot some problems I'm experiencing which seem to be related to overloading the network somehow. I keep losing connections for short periods of time.