MG003-L-EU External Server connection
1 DIY Server
By default the data are sent in UDP soa connection should be open
Exemple in ruby
#!/usr/bin/env ruby require 'socket' # Get sockets from stdlib Socket::udp_server_loop("0.0.0.0",2224) do |raw,msgSrc| $stdout << format("\nReceived %s\n",raw) $stdout << format("\nReceived %s\n",msgSrc) ... end
First you need an account, you can create on thethingsnetwork website
The gateway need to be in packet fowarder mode. You can set it via the Gateway Configuration tool, by changing the mode to 'PKT_FOWARDER' in the 'radio Folder'.
Then you need to get the Gateway Unique ID :
- available on GW sticker: get the id and add '0000' at the end (only valid if not modified by user)
- on bottom of 'FWD folder'
Then update server address:
- change data server address to fit TTN router (e.g. router.eu.thethings.network:1700)
2.1.1 Gateway Channel Configuration
Ttn use more channels than the default configuration (see TTN Frequency plan ), to avoid loss of packet you will need to setup the following channels at SF12
- Mandatory channels: 868100000, 868300000, 868500000
- Additionnal channels : 867100000, 867300000, 867500000, 867700000, 867900000
You can login to thethingnetworks and register your Gateway.
- Give the gateway Unique ID (gateway eui) found on Java application or on sticker if not modified by the user (add 0000 at the end).
- Check the box 'I'm using the legacy packet forwarder'
- Select Europe Frequency plan
- Select Gateway location
- Select Antenna Placement
Click the Button 'Register Gateway'
- Uncheck 'Automatically update gateway'
2.3 Add an application
Create a New application
You can use the TTN APP id or get the one from your module/device.