I’m trying to follow your OTAA Example and programmed the keys over the Serial Connection:
AT$DEVEUI=002A99DD6DBC8C9A <- changed to my key from TTN Console
AT$APPEUI=70B3D57ED001013D <- changed to my key from TTN Console
AT$APPKEY=02768539CFA12A8C174EF19FB2739DEA <- changed to my key from TTN Console
When I try to JOIN the TTN Network I can see the a “Joining” message on the Display, followed 5 seconds later with an “ERROR” Message. So far so good.
Unfortunately the “ERROR” message does not disappear on subsequent “JOIN” attempts. So I’m not sure if the Lora-Tester is really trying to join in the background.
Join mode is set to OTAA, EU868, SF7/125KHz, Network Public (or Private), Class A
Ist this a bug that the “ERROR” message does not disappear?
thanks for your ultra-fast Response!
I thought I’ve seen a “JOINING” message.
Hmmm, I do not understand where the error comes from…
I can see the joining message on the Gateway (via TTN Console), but the Application told that the Device is “Never seen” in the TTN Console.
Do I have change the key order (LSB, MSB) as necessary for other implementations (Arduino LMIC for example).
Thank for your reply and adding the joining message.