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** Note: xx is the COM port number designated to your specific TAG03 board.
4. Open HCI traces for the board with hello_sensor programmed on it (board 'B') to observe the white list enable/disable and start/stop advertisement. (For more information on how to use traces, please check the Quick Start Guide)
5. Modify the client_addr array in the hello_sensor.c file to contain the mac address of hello_client as follows:
***NOTE: The client address (board B) should be the first address in the array.
6. Hold SW1 on the hello_client board (board 'A') for 6 seconds. While holding SW1 on board 'A', press SW1 on board 'B'. The following trace should pop up on the console, with the mac address of the client listed:
We can see that board 'B' is added to the white list for board 'A' and can now send notifications,etc.
Here are the steps required to delete an address from the white list:
2. Open HCI traces, and hold SW1 on hello_client board (board 'A') for 6 seconds. While holding SW1 on board 'A', press SW1 on board 'B'. You will see that board 'B' does not connect to board 'A'. This is because the white list of board 'A' does not include board 'B'. As a result, there will be no exchange of advertisements with board 'B'.
Fore more information on how to proceed, here is a chart: