Recently, my Ebyte e27-XXX ZigBee coordinator suffered a dislocation of the USB port. After engaging the services of an alleged soldering expert, the dongle manages to spit out a couple of white led flashes before endless silence in both Proxmox and HA. Ebyte’s product manual does not provide an explanation for these led blinks so I have no idea what they could be signifying.
Having reached the absolute limits of my Zigbeeless existence, I coughed up for a Sonoff Zigbee 3.0 stick in the hope that migration success would be a mere formality.
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The problem, as far as I can tell, is that Zigbee radio migration is only possible with a fully functioning example of the previously installed ZigBee stick. Most irritating, given that many of us will only be compelled to replace our ZigBee coordinators after they’ve malfunctioned. A further problem is that I have changed all of my ZigBee entity IDs to better identify each sensor while writing up my automations.
So, my questions are as follows
- Is there some way of replicating my sensor entity IDs without using the automated radio migration?
- If not, is there a simple way of pulling a list of ZigBee devices and their entities into a text file before I delete the now useless Ebyte ZHA integration?
The prospect of needing to write that list manually like some kind of pre-modern, dumb-cave-dwelling Neanderthal man is not thrilling me one bit… Can it be done?