In this guide, we'll start an instance of LPWAN Server, along with a Postgresql database. We'll also run an instance of LoRa Server. We'll add the instance of LoRa Server within the LPWAN Server web-client UI, which will cause the applications and devices to be pulled.
This guide involves running multiple services. We'll use Docker Compose to run the databases and services.
Docker, Docker Compose, and Node.js are required to run LPWAN Server according to this guide.
Refer to the Requirements page for instructions on how to install these tools.
Refer to the Download and Setup page for instructions on downloading and installing LPWAN Server.
The sequence of steps involved for starting and stopping the services are sequenced
in a bash script at
/bin/demo within the LPWAN Server repo. You can view these
files to find out more about what commands and configurations are involved in
running the demo.
The LPWAN Server is setup with a "demo" script to start the server and accompanying services. Running the demo is the easiest way to try out LPWAN Server.
# Start demo ./bin/demo # Stop demo ./bin/demo stop
- LPWAN Server REST API - https://localhost:3200/api
- LPWAN Server Web Client - https://localhost:3200
- LoRa App Server - https://localhost:8082
- LoRa App Server V1 - https://localhost:8081
Use these credentials to log in.
- username -
- password -
Create a connection to the LoRa Server Network
- Click the
Networkslink in the top navigation bar
- Click on the
CREATEbutton next to the LoRa Server entry
- Fill in the form as shown below, and hit
- Network Name: Lora NW
- Network Base URL: https://lora_appserver:8080/api
- Username: admin
- Password: admin
If the network was succesfully created, this confirms that LPWAN Server and LoRa Server and communicating correctly.
If you navigate to the home page, you will see an application that was pulled from the LoRa Server network.