Kerlink Wirnet Station is a LoRaWAN gateway, whose technical specifications can be found in the official documentation. This page guides you to connect it to The Things Stack.
- User account on The Things Stack with rights to create Gateways.
- Kerlink Wirnet Station with Common Packet Forwarder installed and enabled and/or running firmware version
NOTE: Minimum CPF version tested is
Create an API Key with Gateway Info rights for this gateway using the same instructions. Copy the key and save it for later use.
All further steps will assume the gateway is available at
192.168.4.155, the stack address is
thethings.example.com, gateway ID is
example-gtw and gateway API key is
NNSXS.GTSZYGHE4NBR4XJZHJWEEMLXWYIFHEYZ4WR7UAI.YAT3OFLWLUVGQ45YYXSNS7HTVTFALWYSXK6YLJ6BDUNBPJMRH3UQ, please replace these by the values appropriate for your setup.
$ curl -sL 'https://raw.githubusercontent.com/TheThingsNetwork/kerlink-wirnet-firmware/v0.0.2/provision.sh' | bash -s -- 'wirnet-station' '192.168.4.155' 'thethings.example.com' 'example-gtw' 'NNSXS.GTSZYGHE4NBR4XJZHJWEEMLXWYIFHEYZ4WR7UAI.YAT3OFLWLUVGQ45YYXSNS7HTVTFALWYSXK6YLJ6BDUNBPJMRH3UQ'
Please refer to Kerlink Wirnet provisioning documentation if more detailed up-to-date documentation is necessary.
NOTE: To avoid being prompted for
rootuser password several times, you may add your SSH public key as authorized for
rootuser on the gateway, for example, by
ssh-copy-id [email protected].
Packet forwarder logs are located at
/mnt/fsuser-1/lora/var/log/lora.log. You can access them by e.g.:
ssh [email protected] 'tail -f /mnt/fsuser-1/lora/var/log/lora.log'