01, iFrogLab LoRa Gateway execute at QNAP or iEi device.

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  • 01, iFrogLab LoRa Gateway execute at QNAP or iEi device.

     

    iFrogLab LoRa Gateway execute at QNAP or iEi device. please follow below steps to setup LoRa gateway .

    Video Tutorial

     

    Step 1:

    please plugin in the iFrogLab LoRa USB device to the QNAP or iEi device, and turn on the  QNAP or iEi device, please make sure the device is in the same local network environment with your PC.

    the iFrogLab LoRa Gateway, can working below 3 LoRa Device

    1. iFrog LoRa IL-LoRa1272 & USB-to-Serial
    2. iFrog LoRa Node & USB-to-Serial
    3. liFrog LoRa USB 

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    Step 2:
    install Qfinder

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    Step 3:

    Open Qfinder , and  click your device on network listing to open administrator backend  QTS system on browser.

     

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    Step 4:

    Login to  QTS, default username and password are “admin”.

     

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    Step 5:

    Go to “App enter” and download “container Station” at QTS.

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    Step 6:

    Open Container Station at QTS,

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    Step 7:

    Search “ifroglab”.Download “iFrogLab LoRa gateway container” at  Container Station,

    or you could download at  SSH command.

    $ docker pull ifroglab/loragateway:latest

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    Step 8:

    install SSH software on your PC,

    • Windows  PuTTY.
    • Mac Terminal.
    • LinuxTerminal.

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    Step 9:

    Open SSH or PuTTY , open the QNAP or iEi Device IP address, for example 192.168.0.110
    QNAP QTS  default password and user name are “admin”.

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    Step 10:

    Check LoRa USB or USB-To-Serial linux driver is working,

     

    $ ls /dev/tty*

    if working you should get something like:
    /dev/ttyAMC0

    /dev/ttyUSB0

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    Step 11:

    Run LoRa gateway thoght below command.

    $ docker run -p 82:80 -p 3306:3306 –device=/dev/ttyACM0 -i -t ifroglab/loragateway:latest /loragateway.sh

    • please change “/dev/ttyACM0” to Step 10  device name.
    • “82:80”  is forward website port to 82.

     

    Step 12:

    open browser, link to http://QNAP IP Address:82

    for example, http://192.168.0.110:82

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    Success!

    if it has  problems, please feeling free to write  an email to us,  support@looptek.com

    for the LoRaNode, please see our LoRa node tutorial.

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