LoRa Server, open-source LoRaWAN network-server

Sponsored by CableLabs®


Getting started

LoRa Server components

LoRa Server consists of multiple components, giving you the flexibity to set your LoRaWAN infrastructure the way you want.

LoRa App Server

LoRa App Server is the user facing service, responsible for managing the inventory of nodes. It provides an easy to user web-interface for managing users, applications and nodes.

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LoRa Server

LoRa Server is the network-server service, responsible for managing the state of active nodes within the network. It supports Class-A and Class-C and can operate on all ISM bands as specified by the "LoRaWAN Regional Parameters".

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LoRa Gateway Bridge

LoRa Gateway Bridge abstracts the UDP protocol which most gateways are using into JSON over MQTT. It allows you to monitor received LoRaWAN frames or send LoRaWAN with any MQTT client.

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LoRaWAN Go library

The LoRaWAN Go library lets you encode and decode LoRaWAN frames. It handles encryption / decryption, validation of the mesage integrity code and provides all ISM band definitions.

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Hosted test version

If you are interested in using LoRa Server on a hosted platform, CableLabs is providing one for testing purposes. Click here for more information.

Community & support


Did you find a bug? Please report this issue by creating an issue on GitHub.

LoRa Server LoRa App Server LoRa Gateway Bridge


For questions and community support, please refer to forum.loraserver.io.

Commercial support

For commercial support contact Orne Brocaar, the author of the LoRa Server project.