ChirpStack Application Server v3.14.0-test.1
This removes FUOTA from the ChirpStack Application Server as well as handling
the handling of application-layer payloads related to FUOTA. The reason for
removing FUOTA is to provide more flexibility as it allows for custom FUOTA
implementations. One such implementation is the ChirpStack FUOTA Server.
MQTT integration client-certificates
Like with the Gateway client-certificate feature, this feature makes it possible
to generate application-specific client-certificates for authentication and
authorization with the MQTT broker. In this case the CommonName is set to the
This features makes it possible to make gateways private to a specific service-profile.
When enabled, received uplinks can only be used by devices under the same service-profile.
To enable you must assign a service-profile to the gateway and update the
service-profile to enable the private gateways feature.
Note: this requires ChirpStack Network Server v3.12+.
testing channel instead of
sudo echo "deb https://artifacts.chirpstack.io/packages/3.x/deb testing main" | sudo tee /etc/apt/sources.list.d/chirpstack.list
chirpstack/chirpstack-application-server:3.14.0-test.1 image and tag.