We are experimenting with the things network right now, and also we joined the Cibicom network in Denmark. We added our test device to both LoraWAN networks.
My plan was to use TTN as the primary network, and then Cibicom as a kind of backup network, where TTN does not cover properly.
I am testing with a dragino lgt92 gps tracker.
Unfortunately it seems that the device on power up connects and exchange keys with a network, and then its not able to communicate on the other network until its restarted.
My plan was that the device could smoothly join one of the networks around to get more coverage. So if i drive from A to B, then maybe near A its on TTN and near B its on Cibicom, and all this happens automatically.
Is this a known problem to LoraWAN? Or is it the device that is not working properly?
Its no problem on the server, we just have two entries for each LoraWAN and handles it there.
Thank you in advance