First off I’m not the best with LoRaWAN or radio. I just want long range communication, it’s all very confusing to me.
I have a RAK831 + Raspberry Pi for a gateway. I use the RAK firmware on it.
I login via SSH and run sudo gateway-config and from there I can set the channel-plan configuration and if I want to use Chirpstack or TTN. I have this all set up with AS923 and it works fine! No issues, flawless.
But my Arduino also supports AU915, and I’m in Australia, so I would like to use AU915. I also have another temperature sensor that only supports AU915 and I cannot get it to work either.
I can see join requests in the data section of Chirpstack but it fails to OTAA and won’t send data.
I suspect it has something to do with the multiple channels AU915 offers? All websites seem to call these different channels or band-plans but I have no idea what I’m doing. TTN apparently uses band-plan 2 and I would like to first set my devices to use band-plan 2 and see if they work, and then later change this to another band-plan since I’m not using TTN so why use their band-plan?
But I don’t know what my server is set to, and how to change it? You used to set the channels in a gateway-profile but this is deprecated and I can’t set it anyway. There’s no option to link a gateway to a gateway-profile anymore.
I assume it’s a configuration file I need to edit. Could anyone help? There’s not much online for AU915.
Thanks in advance. I’d love to use AU915.