…but I actually only read your last post, @koennetwork, so I missed that you’re getting a join error. Such error should only occur for OTAA, which needs a Join Request to be received by one or more gateways, and the Join Accept to be transmitted by one gateway and received by the node. So, the numerous OTAA attempts might just be caused by the device not receiving the OTAA Join Accept for some reason.
In other words: maybe the device will actually only join once, if it succeeds, in which case my previous references don’t make much sense.
Seeing the OTAA join in the application data implies that the device has the correct settings, and that TTN accepts those. With incorrect settings, TTN would not know to which application the device belongs.
If you click on the join message, you might see some details about the gateway. Given its id you can get more details, for example from http://noc.thethingsnetwork.org:8085/api/v2/gateways or http://noc.thethingsnetwork.org:8085/api/v2/gateways/the-gateway-id