LoRa Basics™ Station 2.0.5 documentation
Configuration and Update Server contacted by a Station in regular intervals to obtain configuration, system and firmware updates.
A 64 bit number representing a unique identifier. Usually represented in the form
HHare pairs of hex digits.
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An alternative syntax for representing an EUI, which mimics the encoding rules of IPv6 addresses. While IPv6 encoding operates on 128 bits grouped into eight (8) 16-bit blocks, ID6 operates on four (4) groups of 16-bit blocks. Below are some examples of ID6 and EUI pairs:
::0 = 00-00-00-00-00-00-00-00 1:: = 00-01-00-00-00-00-00-00 ::a:b = 00-00-00-00-00-0a-00-0b f::1 = 00-0f-00-00-00-00-00-01 f:a123:f8:100 = 00-0f-a1-23-00-f8-01-00
Library to control the SX1301 concentrator hardware. The standard distribution is available on GitHub: https://github.com/Lora-net/lora_gateway
LoRaWAN® Network Server.
A 48-bit MAC address usually represented in the form
HHare pairs of hex digits. A MAC address can be turned into an EUI by inserting
FFFEin the middle (e.g.,
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A small LoRa-based gateway for indoor deployments that uses Wi-Fi as backhaul.
The hardware or generic operating system platform for a gateway. This is typically Linux for gateways with more resources, or a specific hardware identifier such as Mini-hub for embedded platforms. See also: VARIANT.
Environment variable used to specify the SPI device path for the LoRa SX1301 concentrator. The actual value depends on the gateway manufacturer. A typical value is
Synonym for gateway.
Environment variable used to specify the home directory of the Station in which configuration and credential files are located. The command-line option
--homeoverrides this environment variable. If neither the environment variable nor the command-line option is specified, the current working directory is used as the home directory. This setting defines the value of the filename prefix ~/.
Environment variable used to control the Station’s logging level. The syntax is the same as in the
station.conffile (see also Logging Setup). The command-line option
--log-leveloverrides this environment variable.
Environment variable used to specify the directory where Station source code is either copied or cloned from a Git online repository.
Environment variable used to specify the directory where Station stores temporary files like pid and log files. The command-line option
--tempoverrides this environment variable. If not explicitly configured, it defaults to a platform-specific temp directory (usually
/var/tmp). This setting defines the value of the filename prefix ~temp/.
A specific build variant such as
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Command-line option (see STATION_LOGFILE).
Command-line option (see STATION_LOGLEVEL)
Command-line option (see STATION_RADIOINIT)
Command-line option (see STATION_TEMPDIR)
Whenever Station expects a filename, this prefix denotes the temporary directory (see STATION_TEMPDIR). This evaluates to an explicitly configured path or to a default value.
Whenever a Station expects a filename, this prefix is used to denote the home directory (see STATION_HOME). The home directory is where the configuration files must be located. This evaluates to an explicitly-configured path or to a default value.