Since this is such a hot topic, I’ll try to consolidate some information here.
Not yet, but the backend infrastructure necessary for this is being tested at the moment.
The Things Indoor gateway is designed to be a no touch, simple to configure device where the configuration is managed by the server. This makes it ideal for mass deployment and management but that means that there’s complex backend support necessary for this to work.
Nope. TTIGs can be easily migrated directly from the server side.
TTIGs will be migrated via a process called Gateway Claiming. You will need the EUI and the secret WiFi Password that’s printed on your gateway to claim ownership of your gateways.
You will be able to do this via the CLI initially and the console soon after.
We will get back with a mechanism for that as well.
We are aiming to have TTIG claiming support within the next couple of releases.
I will post here in this thread with links to documentation when it’s ready to go .