Provisioning LoRa® End Device to Network Servers
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The Things Network

Device communication via The Things Network can be enabled by registering it with an application.

Steps to register an end-device

1

Log in and open the console.

2

If an application is not created, you need to create one.

3

Open the already existing or new application created and click on Register Device.

4

Choose a Device ID.

5

For Device EUI, enter the 8-byte unique MAC address available on the SAMR34 XPRO.

6

The App Key can be generated by The Things Network, leave this option to auto-generate the App Key.

7

There will be a predefined App EUI, leave this option.

8

Click Register to complete the device registration. You will be redirected to the newly registered device.

Default join procedure for The Things Network server is OTAA.

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The Senet Network

End-device communication via The Senet Network can be enabled by registering the SAMR34 XPRO.

Steps to register an end-device

1

Log in and open the senet developer portal.

2

Click on the Add button and click Register Device.

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3

For Device EUI, enter the 8-byte unique MAC address available on SAMR34 XPRO.

4

Activation Type is OTAA by default.

5

Enter the description of the end-device.

6

Choose other as the Device Type.

7

Click Register New Device to complete the device registration.

You will be redirected to the newly registered device. The App Key and App EUI will be auto-generated.

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Actility-TheThingPark

Device communication via TheThingPark can be enabled by creating a device in the ThingPark Developer Portal.

Steps to register an end-device

1

Log in and open the ThingParkDeveloper portal, then click on Dashboard.

2

Click on Device Manager > Devices > Create.

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3

A new pop-up window with four sections appears– Administrative data, Device identification, Network parameters, and Application layer handling. Fill in all the information for the Administrative data section.

4

In the Device identification section, all fields are mandatory. Choose Manufacturer –Generic and Model – LoRaWAN 1.0.2 revAclass AFCCRx2_SF12 us915, au915 option.

Model needs to change based on Microchip LoRaWAN™ stack being used.

Default join procedure for TheThingPark Network server is OTAA.

5

For Device EUI, enter the 8-byte unique MAC address available on SAMR34 XPRO.

6

For App Key, enter an application key of choice. The application key must be 16 bytes long.

7

For App EUI, enter an application EUI of choice. The application key must be 8 bytes long.

When entering Device EUI, App Key, and App EUI - each byte must be separated by a hyphen.

8

In the Network Parameters section, choose Connectivity plan – DEV Connectivity Supplier / Unlimited Dev (5) and DevAddr – Allocated by the network server.

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Click Create to complete the device registration.

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To view the newly created device, click on Devices > List.

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Machine Q

Device communication via Machine QTM can be enabled by registering a device to the mqcentral portal.

Steps to register an end-device

1

Log in and open the mqcental dashboard.

2

Click on Devices followed by Add A Device.

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3

A new pop-up window appears which requires you to enter the following mandatory information- Name, DevEUI, Service Profile, Device Profile, Dec, Application Key, and Application EUI.

4

Choose a name and select Service Profile – default and Device Profile – LoRaWAN-1.0.2-class A-FCC-20dBm.

Device Profile needs to change based on the Microchip LoRaWAN stack being used.

5

Select Over the air activation.

6

For Device EUI, enter the 8-byte unique MAC address available on SAMR34 XPRO.

7

For App Key, enter an application key of choice. The application key must be 16 bytes long.

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For App EUI, enter an application EUI of choice. The application key must be 8 bytes long.

When entering Device EUI (16 characters), App Key (32 characters), and App EUI (16 characters) – hexadecimal values are only allowed with no separation between the consequent bytes.

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Click Submit to complete the device registration.

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You will be redirected to the newly registered device.

LORIOT

Device communication via LORIOT can be enabled by registering the end-device to a LORIOT Application.

Steps to register an end-device

1

Pick a server based on the geographic location preference, log in and open the LORIOT dashboard.

Dashboard weblink will be created based on geographic location preference chosen when registering an account.

2

Click on the Application option from the dashboard, then click SampleApp.

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If you need to create a new application, this can be done by choosing Application > New Application.

You need to upgrade your account for creating a new application.

3

Open the already existing or newly created application and click on Enroll Device.

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4

The Enroll a new device window will appear. It is mandatory to enter the following information - LoRaWAN Version, Enrollment process (join type), Device Location, Device Details – Title, Device EUI, Application EUI, and Application Key.

5

Choose a LoRaWAN Version – LoRaWAN 1.0.x, select the Enrollment process – OTAA and Device Location.

LoRaWAN version needs to change based on the Microchip LoRaWAN stack being used.

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In the Device Details section, choose a Title for the end-device.

7

For Device EUI (Device Details section), enter the 8-byte unique MAC address available on SAMR34 XPRO.

8

For App Key (Device Details section), enter an Application Key of choice. The application key must be 16 bytes long.

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For App EUI (Device Details section), enter an Application EUI of choice. The application key must be 8 bytes long.

When entering Device EUI (16 characters), App Key (32 characters), and App EUI (16 characters) – hexadecimal values are only allowed with no separation between the consequent bytes.

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Click Enroll to complete the end device registration.

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You will be redirected to the newly registered end device.

Everynet

Device communication via Everynet can be enabled by registering the end device.

Steps to register an end-device

1

New users of Everynet will receive an email invitation to the portal. On first entry, the portal will prompt you to create a password and log in to the console.

2

Under the Devices view, click on the Add icon.

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3

Enter a name for ‘tag’. All objects/end-devices in the server can be assigned tags for easy search. Multiple tags can be assigned to a device.

4

For Device EUI, enter the 8-byte unique MAC address available on SAMR34 XPRO.

5

Choose an App Key for the application.

6

Choose an App EUI for the application.

7

Choose join type – OTAA.

8

Click Save to complete the end device registration.

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For more information, click here.

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