Irrelevant and a derived EUI that is not correctly formatted as a locally administered address - you were asked for the gateway Id. However it appears from the console that the Pi is connected to the LNS, it’s the Pi ↔ Concentrator link that’s the issue.
Randomly trying pins could lead to the release of magic smoke from either one or both of the Pi or the concentrator card.
Can you ask the supplier of the card for technical details?
Or return the one you have. Or was it gifted to you? If not, why buy this card?
If you mean this money comes out of your own pocket, welcome to the community, that’s pretty much how it works for many of us. LoRaWAN comes with some base costs that get more expensive if you are starting out with stuff that’s not off-the-shelf. Sort of the reason for our existence is to provide recommendations prior to a purchase. There are many many Pi concentrator cards available that are fully documented & supported.
If you want to start out with a simple gateway that is almost guaranteed to work out the box, then get a TTIG. Guaranteed in terms of having a normal WiFi network.
If you don’t have a device, get an off the shelf sensor - or if you want something configureable then a Dragino LT-22222-L - or if you are confident with C & Arduino, an Adafruit Feather M0 with RFM95 so you can code your own device.
Who, what, where - I’ve not seen a posting on this item in a very long time.
Can you return the item?
Exactly the same number as any other LoRaWAN concentrator - potentially thousands - but such a question suggests some learning on the basics is needed - check out the Learn link at the top of the forum page - it has the bare minimum you need to know to get started.
Do you have a device aka node aka sensor+radio - because a gateway is like a microwave - it’s just an appliance - the real action in with the device & what you do with the data.
Ah, I see @kersing was on that thread & Pi based gateways aren’t my thing so I’d have not absorbed the details.
You asked about a concentrator for a Pi, did you see this bit - I’ve put in bold the words I think are most relevant:
It’s almost impossible to describe what skills are needed or for people to figure out if they have what they understand as being described, so it’s hard to say if you have the resources and we just need to help you find the right config, or if you should go with something with more direct support. If I have to do a Pi based gateway I use a RAK module with their installer.
As pin 22 would be the mPCIe connector, it’s likely that the ‘cape’ pin 7 referencing GPIO is most likely to the right one. But as it’s a second hand board, it could be that it is broken or damaged.
But I think as I’m newbie on this subject and my Raspberry is model 2 B+ “old one” I think it’s safer buy a new gateway like a dragino or TTIG. for What I want to do, I just will use 3 Dragino NSE01 NB-IoT Soil Moisture & EC Sensor. As I would like to mount a external antenna, which gateway do you suggest?
Why do you want to mount an external antenna? That’s going to either be a more expensive gateway or some DIY extension to an internal gateway or a hot-mess of DIY mods to turn an indoor in to an outdoor - at this stage you may want to keep things as simple as they can be.
If the devices are going to be on the same side of your property, putting a TTIG in the window on that side should suffice. This is assuming you are in a normal build house - not metal framed or clad.
The reality of starting out with LoRaWAN is that you learn it before you use it. By which I mean you get something setup that’s not got a real purpose so you can get to grips with it all and configure it to your requirements before deploying devices & giving the gateway a permanent home. Heading straight to a first deployment means you don’t pick up many of the details with such a direct journey.
As you have discovered, there is a resale market on eBay, so buying a TTIG and using it for six months and then upgrading, if you’ve kept the packaging & documents you should be able to recoup a lot of the original price. The alternative is running the risk of buying things that aren’t right or unsuitable.
Similar…LPS8 a bit more expensive, but gives you additional wireline ethernet connection option vs just WiFi, which can be a bit more reliable and one less thing to try and wrangle Some find the LPS8 a bit more ‘open’ than the TTIG for dev/experiment work if thats your thing. Also easier to add an external antenna vs hacking the TTIG…but again that can be fun for some! Only caution if you read across the Forum is some have found a reset/power cycle of LPS8 occasionaly needed for long term reliabliity (firmware version dependent?) but never seen that myself and have used both.