Everynet LoRaWAN

Everynet LoRaWAN

Learn here how to integrate the Everynet LoRaWANTM provider with TagoIO.

Connecting the platforms

1. Generating an Authorization at TagoIO

You will need to generate an Authorization at TagoIO so that it can be added into the Everynet integration area.

This authorization can be generated by accessing the Service Authorization page.

Generating an authorization code is crucial so that TagoIO can authenticate any downlinks you may send to Everynet.

2. Creating the Filter at Everynet Console

First, you need to access your Everynet console. Go to the Filters page, and create a new filter.

Filters provide a mechanism to form groups of devices. You must fill in the fields according to your application.

After pressing 'Create', copy the Filter ID for the next step.

TagoIO only recognizes the following message types: Uplink, Downlink, Downlink_request, Error, and Location.
Make sure you had selected at least Uplink.

3. Creating the Connection at Everynet Console

To progress in this step, you need to have in hand the Authorization generated from step 1 and the Filter ID from step 2.

Go to the Connections section at Everynet console and create a new Connection.

Select the HTTP v2 connection.

Enter the Filter ID generated from Step 2.
Application URL
A custom connector name
Authorization Header
Enter the Authorization from TagoIO

Save the Connector and Copy the Connector ID generated to use it in the next step.

4. Update your Authorization at TagoIO

Go back to the TagoIO Authorization section.

Edit your Authorization for Everynet by clicking on the pencil button. You'll be prompted to edit the optional parameters of your Authorization. Enter your Everynet Region and your Connection ID separated by a semicolon (;)

Common regions are euus and atc.

Now that your integration with Everynet is ready, you can start adding the devices at TagoIO. 

5. Create your devices at TagoIO

Go to your devices page and click on Create Device. Select the device type that uses Everynet, or if it doesn't show up in the list, select Custom Everynet Device. 

Use Custom Everynet Device when you don't find the specific device type you are trying to connect. You can add your own parser for the specific device.

Whatever device type you selected, you will be prompted to enter the Device Name and the Device EUI. Then click on 'Create Device' and you will start to receive data to your device at TagoIO.

Learn how to perform downlink for LoRaWAN.

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