ttnctl program can be configured with command line options described in the API Reference, with environment variables or with a configuration file.
ttnctl can be configured using environment variables.
The format of these variables is the underscored version of the command line options that can be found in the API Reference, prefixed with
TTNCTL_. Environment variables are uppercase. The environment variables shown below are the values needed for local development. If you just want to use the default TTN server, you don’t have to set any variables.
export TTNCTL_DEBUG=true export TTNCTL_DISCOVERY_ADDRESS=localhost:1900 export TTNCTL_AUTH_SERVER=https://account.thethingsnetwork.org export TTNCTL_ROUTER_ID=dev export TTNCTL_HANDLER_ID=dev export TTNCTL_MQTT_ADRESS=localhost:1883
Configuration File #
A configuration file can be specified using the
--config option. By default,
ttnctl looks for the file
~/.ttnctl.yml (in your home directory).
The configuration file shown below shown below are the values needed for local development. If you just want to use the default TTN server, you don’t have to do any configuration.
debug: true discovery-address: localhost:1900 auth-server: https://account.thethingsnetwork.org router-id: dev handler-id: dev mqtt-address: localhost:1883