According to the wiki, that’s 192.168.4.155 instead.
As far as I can tell, that can mean anything. From Kerlink’s “Installation and Maintenance Manual LoRa IoT Station” (which does not give you much helpful details at all):
Status of the Lora IoT Station:
Name Color Mode Details
PWR (Station) Green Continuous Station power indicator
PWR (Modem) Green Continuous Modem power indicator
GSM1 Green Continuous GSM quality level Most Significant Bit
GSM2 Green Continuous GSM quality level Least Significant Bit
WAN quality level:
GSM1 GSM2 Status
0 0 SIM Card error
0 1 No network connection
1 0 RSSI Level < 17
1 1 RSSI Level >18
The behaviour of the other LEDs depends on the application software downloaded in the LoRa IoT Station. Only Station LEDS (WAN, MOD1 and MOD2) can be controlled by the application.
…okay, what else did you not tell us…?