LoRa App Server is able to connect to one or multiple LoRa Server network-server instances. Global admin users are able to add new network-servers to the LoRa App Server installation.
When creating a new network-server, LoRa App Server will create a
routing-profile on the given network-server, containing the
of the LoRa App Server installation. In case your LoRa App Server installation
is not reachable on
localhost, make sure this
hostname:ip is configured
correctly in your configuration.
This routing-profile is updated on network-server updates and deleted on
Depending the configuration of LoRa Server and LoRa App Server, you must enter the CA and client certificates in order to let LoRa App Server connect to LoRa Server and in order to let LoRa Server connect to LoRa App Server (see Routing-profile above).
Note that for security reasons, the TLS key content is not displayed when editing an existing network-server. Re-submitting does not clear the stored TLS key when left blank! The TLS key content will only be cleared internally when submitting a form with an empty TLS certificate value.
You must enter the CA and TLS certificate fields under Certificates for LoRa App Server to LoRa Server connection.
See also LoRa Server configuration.
You must enter the CA and TLS certificate fields under Certificates for LoRa Server to LoRa App Server connection.
See also LoRa App Server configuration.
Once a network-server has been created, it is possible to provision one or more gateway-profiles on this network-server (available under the Gateway-profiles tab). When adding a gateway, it is then possible to select one of these gateway-profiles to make sure the gateway configuration is in sync with the channels used by the network.
Please note that this must also be configured in your LoRa Gateway Bridge configuration.
Important: changing the channel-plan of the gateway does not change the channels used by the devices. For a correct setup, the gateway-profile(s) must at least support the channels used by your devices. The channels that must be used by your devices must be configured in your LoRa Server configuration.
Enter the list of default channels that you would like to use for this gateway-profile. Note that these are the channels that are specified by the LoRaWAN Regional Parameters.
If allowed by your LoRaWAN region, you can use Add extra channel to configure additional channels that are not defined by the LoRaWAN Regional Parameters.
This feature is limited to 8-channel gateways (currently) and assumes that channels can be distributed over two radios. When defining a channel-plan, please keep in mind that the channels fit within the bandwidth of two radios.
The bandwidth of each radio depends on the bandwidth of the assigned channels: