I have generated a new image using
loraserver-pi-gen, which caused the new versions of the
loraserver applications to be installed.
Then, I updated the configuration files using
$ lora-app-server configfile > lora-app-server.toml
$ loraserver configfile > loraserver.toml
$ lora-gateway-bridge configfile > lora-gateway-bridge.toml
respectively while in the following directories
I managed to point the
localhost sucessfully, and I see
PULL_ACKs, which I believe indicate that everything is running.
I can ping my Raspberry Pi, but, when I try to browse to
https://192.168.0.174:8080, I get an
Strangely, I do not have access (
Permission denied) to the dicrectories
so I haven’t tried to place the configuration files there.
What might be blocking my connection?
I tried to see if there were open connections at port 8080 using
lsof -i and I checked that there are many (around 30) entries like the following
lora-app- 786 appserver 56u IPv6 22263 0t0 TCP localhost:45662->localhost:postgresql (CLOSE_WAIT)
lora-app- 786 appserver 57u IPv6 24009 0t0 TCP localhost:45666->localhost:postgresql (CLOSE_WAIT)
lora-app- 786 appserver 64u IPv6 24582 0t0 TCP localhost:45450->localhost:postgresql (CLOSE_WAIT)
loraserve 787 loraserver 3u IPv6 24585 0t0 TCP localhost:45452->localhost:postgresql (CLOSE_WAIT)
loraserve 787 loraserver 5u IPv6 22008 0t0 TCP localhost:45456->localhost:postgresql (CLOSE_WAIT)
loraserve 787 loraserver 6u IPv6 24592 0t0 TCP localhost:45460->localhost:postgresql (CLOSE_WAIT)
What do these mean?
Possibly unrelated, I checked that
GW_SERVER_JWT_SECRET, which caused me trouble as seen in https://forum.loraserver.io/t/can-not-register-network-server/407/16, did not appear in
loraserver seems to be running fine.
Another possibly unrelated point: I changed the frequency to
stage3/04-loraserver/files/loraserver file, but it didn’t carry to