Pilot Things sensing network supports AWS compatibles gateways.
See the available gateways here : https://www.calchipconnect.com/collections/aws-gateways
This article details the process for self onboarding gateways.
Login to your Gateway using SSH. By default, user name is “root” and the password is “Gateway’s 9-digit serial number” (You can find this information on the label on your Gateway).
The Ethernet port uses DHCP to get its IP address.
You can check the BSP version on your gateway by issuing “system_version” command on the Gateway’s console. The minimum BSP version is required for this is, For Mega and Macro, BSP Version should be 4.x.x and for Micro, BSP version should be 3.x.x.
Here is a output example for a Kona Micro version 3.0.4
Also check if the packet forwarder is install, you must something like this :
Check if the gateway uses the Basic Station software enter opkg list-installed | grep bstn. You should have something like:
If the Basic station is not installed then contact our support.
Contact Pilot Things support to get your gateway certificate and endpoints.
You will get the following files : tc.uri,tc.trust, tc.key, tc.crt,cups.uri,cups.trust, cups.key, cups.crt
Copy the files into /etc/bstn directory on your GW:
- On windows you can use winscp to transfer files,
- On unix system, you can use scp command
Then enter the following command to restart the Basic Station.
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