Configuration

The following configuration options are available in data/configuration.yaml.

# Required: Home Assistant integration (MQTT discovery) (default: false)
homeassistant: false

# Required: allow new devices to join.
# WARNING: Disable this after all devices have been paired! (default: false)
permit_join: true

# Required: MQTT settings
mqtt:
  # Required: MQTT base topic for zigbee2mqtt MQTT messages
  base_topic: zigbee2mqtt
  # Required: MQTT server URL (use mqtts:// for SSL/TLS connection)
  server: 'mqtt://localhost:1883'
  # Optional: absolute path to SSL/TLS certificate of CA used to sign server and client certificates (default: nothing)
  ca: '/etc/ssl/mqtt-ca.crt'
  # Optional: absolute paths to SSL/TLS key and certificate for client-authentication (default: nothing)
  key: '/etc/ssl/mqtt-client.key'
  cert: '/etc/ssl/mqtt-client.crt'
  # Optional: MQTT server authentication user (default: nothing)
  user: my_user
  # Optional: MQTT server authentication password (default: nothing)
  password: my_password
  # Optional: MQTT client ID (default: nothing)
  client_id: 'MY_CLIENT_ID'
  # Optional: disable self-signed SSL certificates (default: false)
  reject_unauthorized: true
  # Optional: Include device information to mqtt messages (default: false)
  include_device_information: true

# Required: serial settings
serial:
  # Required: location of the adapter (e.g. CC2531).
  # To autodetect the port, set 'port: null'.
  port: /dev/ttyACM0
  # Optional: disable LED of the adapter if supported (default: false)
  disable_led: false

# Optional: ban devices from the network (by ieeeAddr) (default: empty)
ban:
  - '0x000b57fffec6a5b2'

# Optional: whitelist devices from the network (by ieeeAddr)
# Note that when devices are whitelisted, all device which are not whitelisted will be removed from the network.
# (default: empty)
whitelist:
  - '0x000b57fffec6a5b3'

# Optional: advanced settings
advanced:
  # Optional: ZigBee pan ID (default: shown below)
  pan_id: 0x1a62
  # Optional: Zigbee extended pan ID (default: shown below)
  ext_pan_id: [0xDD, 0xDD, 0xDD, 0xDD, 0xDD, 0xDD, 0xDD, 0xDD]
  # Optional: ZigBee channel, changing requires re-pairing of all devices. (Note: use a ZLL channel: 11, 15, 20, or 25 to avoid Problems)
  # (default: 11)
  channel: 11
  # Optional: state caching, MQTT message payload will contain all attributes, not only changed ones.
  # Has to be true when integrating via Home Assistant (default: true)
  cache_state: true
  # Optional: Logging level, options: debug, info, warn, error (default: info)
  log_level: info
  # Optional: Location of log directory (default: shown below)
  log_directory: data/log/%TIMESTAMP%
  # Optional: Baudrate for serial port (default: shown below)
  baudrate: 115200
  # Optional: RTS / CTS Hardware Flow Control for serial port (default: true)
  rtscts: true
  # Optional: soft reset ZNP after timeout (in seconds); 0 is disabled (default: 0)
  soft_reset_timeout: 0
  # Optional: network encryption key, will improve security (Note: changing requires repairing of all devices) (default: shown below)
  network_key: [1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13, 15, 0, 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 13]
  # Optional: Add a last_seen attribute to MQTT messages, contains date/time of last Zigbee message
  # possible values are: disable (default), ISO_8601, ISO_8601_local, epoch (default: disable)
  last_seen: 'disable'
  # Optional: Add an elapsed attribute to MQTT messages, contains milliseconds since the previous msg (default: false)
  elapsed: false
  # Optional: Availability timeout in seconds, disabled by default (0).
  # When enabled, devices will be checked if they are still online.
  # Only AC powered routers are checked for availability. (default: 0)
  availability_timeout: 0
  # Optional: Blacklist devices from being checked for availability (default: empty)
  availability_blacklist:
    - DEVICE_FRIENDLY_NAME
  # Optional: Enables report feature (see information -> report for more details) (default: false)
  report: true
  # Optional: Home Assistant discovery topic (default: shown below)
  homeassistant_discovery_topic: 'homeassistant'
  # Optional: Home Assistant status topic (default: shown below)
  homeassistant_status_topic: 'hass/status'

# Optional: networkmap options
map_options:
  graphviz:
    # Optional: Colors to be used in the graphviz network map (default: shown below)
    colors:
      fill:
        enddevice: '#fff8ce'
        coordinator: '#e04e5d'
        router: '#4ea3e0'
      font:
        coordinator: '#ffffff'
        router: '#ffffff'
        enddevice: '#000000'
      line:
        active: '#009900'
        inactive: '#994444'

# Optional: Queue settings, useful when your zigbee stick get's
# unstable when executing many commands
queue:
  # Optional: Delay in ms between each command (default: shown below)
  delay: 250
  # Optional: Max no. of simultaneously running commands (default: shown below)
  simultaneously: 5

# Optional: Device specific options
device_options:
  # See 'Device specific configuration' below

Specifying devices and groups in a separate file

Normally devices and groups are specified in the configuration.yaml, example:

devices:
  '0x00158d0001d82999':
    friendly_name: 'my_occupancy_sensor'

groups:
  '1':
    friendly_name: group_1

In case you want to specify devices and groups in a separate file, the following configuration can be used (equivalent of the above example).

configuration.yaml

devices: devices.yaml
groups: groups.yaml

devices.yaml

'0x00158d0001d82999':
    friendly_name: 'my_occupancy_sensor'

groups.yaml

'1':
    friendly_name: group_1

Specifying MQTT user/password and network_key in a different file

To specify the MQTT user/password and network_key in a different file, e.g secret.yaml, use the following configuration.

configuration.yaml

# IMPORTANT: Don't forget the quotes!
mqtt:
  user: '!secret user'
  password: '!secret password'
advanced:
  network_key: '!secret network_key'

secret.yaml

user: mqtt_user
password: mqtt_password
network_key: [1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13, 15, 0, 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 13]

Device specific configuration

The configuration.yaml allows to set device specific configuration. The following options are available.

All devices

Device type specific

Some devices support device type specific configuration, e.g. RTCGQ11LM. To see if your device has device type specific configuration, visit the device page by going to Supported devices and clicking on the model number.

Changing device type specific defaults

The default values used for the device specific configuration can be overriden via e.g.:

device_options:
  occupancy_timeout: 130
  temperature_precision: 1

Example

devices:
  '0x00158d0001d82999':
    friendly_name: 'my_occupancy_sensor'
    retain: true
    qos: 1
    debounce: 0.5
    retrieve_state: false
    # Set `homeassistant: null` to skip discovery for this device
    homeassistant:
      # Applied to all discovered entities.
      expire_after: 30
      # Only applied to discovered temperature sensor.
      temperature:
        icon: mdi:oil-temperature
        # Omit values by setting them to null, e.g. don't send device_class
        device_class: null
    # Device type specific examples
    occupancy_timeout: 120
    no_occupancy_since: [10, 600]