LoRaWAN Device Provisioning

LoRaWAN OTA Device Credentials

End-device EUI, Keys and profile settings can be imported in to the Conduit via CSV or JSON file upload or API calls.

mPower >= 5.3.0 UI

Device Upload

  1. Navigate to LoRaWAN > Key Management
  2. Choose Local Keys from the drop down box for Join Server Location
  3. Click the upload link above the table
  4. Select a CSV or JSON formatted file containing the device credentials
  5. Click OK
  6. Click Save and Apply

JSON File Format

{
	"devices": [{
			"appeui": "123aa31212312312",
			"appkey": "12312312123155551231231212312312",
			"class": "A",
			"deveui": "123FF31212312312",
			"device_profile_id": "LW102-OTA-US915",
			"network_profile_id": "DEFAULT-CLASS-A"
		},
		{
			"appeui": "123bb31212312312",
			"appkey": "12312312123188881231231212312312",
			"class": "A",
			"deveui": "1231EE1212312311",
			"device_profile_id": "LW102-OTA-US915",
			"network_profile_id": "DEFAULT-CLASS-A"
		}
	]
}

CSV File Format

deveui, appeui,	appkey,	class, device_profile_id, network_profile_id		
1111111111111111, 1231231299992312, 1231231212312312123FF31212312312, A, LW102-OTA-US915, DEFAULT-CLASS-A
2222222222222222, 1235533212312312, 1231231212312312123FF31212312312, B, LW102-OTA-US915, DEFAULT-CLASS-B
3333333333333333, 12355331231231e2, 123123121231232123FFe31212312312, C, LW102-OTA-US915, DEFAULT-CLASS-C

API Method

  1. Login to the API to get a token
    curl -k 'https://192.168.2.1/api/login?username=admin&password=admin'
    {
       "code" : 200,
       "result" : {
          "address" : "192.168.2.1",
          "isipcuser" : false,
          "isremoteuser" : false,
          "permission" : "admin",
          "port" : "41154",
          "timestamp" : "13:47:6:752",
          "token" : "361B68C6F85877384363E45416E36F78",
          "user" : "admin"
       },
       "status" : "success"
    }
    
  2. Use the token to upload the list of devices
    curl -k 'https://192.168.2.1/api/loraNetwork?token=361B68C6F85877384363E45416E36F78' -X PUT -d @whitelist.json -H "Content-Type: application/json"
    
  3. Save and apply for mPower >= 5.2.1
    curl -k 'https://192.168.2.1/api/command/save_apply?token=361B68C6F85877384363E45416E36F78' -X POST -d ''
    

    or save and restart for mPower < 5.2.1

    curl -k ‘https://192.168.2.1/api/command/save_restart?token=361B68C6F85877384363E45416E36F78′ -X POST -d ”
    

File Format

{
	"whitelist": {
		"devices": [{
				"appeui": "1231231212312312",
				"appkey": "12312312123123121231231212312312",
				"class": "A",
				"deveui": "1231231212312312",
				"device_profile_id": "LW102-OTA-US915",
				"network_profile_id": "DEFAULT-CLASS-A"
			},
			{
				"appeui": "1231231212312312",
				"appkey": "12312312123123121231231212312312",
				"class": "A",
				"deveui": "1231231212312311",
				"device_profile_id": "LW102-OTA-US915",
				"network_profile_id": "DEFAULT-CLASS-A"
			}
		],
		"enabled": true
	}
}




LoRaWAN ABP Device Credentials

  1. Login to the API to get a token
    curl -k 'https://192.168.2.1/api/login?username=admin&password=admin'
    {
       "code" : 200,
       "result" : {
          "address" : "192.168.2.1",
          "isipcuser" : false,
          "isremoteuser" : false,
          "permission" : "admin",
          "port" : "41154",
          "timestamp" : "13:47:6:752",
          "token" : "361B68C6F85877384363E45416E36F78",
          "user" : "admin"
       },
       "status" : "success"
    }
    
  2. Use the token to upload the device information
    curl -k 'https://192.168.2.1/api/lora/device?token=2F5159A7C16F7ACDDC2FDBC0DAA23F78' -X POST  --data '<DEVICE-JSON>' -H "Content-Type: application/json"
    

    Device JSON Format

    {
    	"deveui": "1231231212312312",
    	"name": "Device-1",
    	"device_profile_id": 1,
    	"network_profile_id": 1,
    	"serial_number": "123123",
    	"product_id": "MDOT-915",
    	"hardware_version": "1.0",
    	"firmware_version": "4.0.0"
    }
    
  3. Use the token to upload the session information
    curl -k 'https://192.168.2.1/api/lora/session?token=2F5159A7C16F7ACDDC2FDBC0DAA23F78' -X POST  --data '<SESSION-JSON>' -H "Content-Type: application/json"
    

    Session JSON Format

    {
    	"deveui": "1231231212312312",
    	"dev_addr": "12312312",
    	"joineui": "1111111111111111",
    	"appeui": "1111111111111111",
    	"net_id": "000000",
    	"app_senc_key": "11111111111111111111111111111111",
    	"fnwk_sint_key": "11111111111111111111111111111111"
    }
    
  4. Repeat POSTs to device and session API for all devices
  5. Save and apply for mPower >= 5.2.1
    curl -k 'https://192.168.2.1/api/command/save_apply?token=2F5159A7C16F7ACDDC2FDBC0DAA23F78' -X POST -d ''
    

    or save and restart for mPower < 5.2.1

    curl -k 'https://192.168.2.1/api/command/save_restart?token=2F5159A7C16F7ACDDC2FDBC0DAA23F78' -X POST -d ''