According to the documentation your
0x26012EBC DevAddr seems to indicate it is still being assigned an address for the EU-region:
Within TTN, we assign device address prefixes to “regions” (for example, device addresses in the
eu region start with
I don’t know if the documentation is current, and if it matters, but my guess would be that the gateway settings in TTN Console still use the EU router? Or the node’s configuration in TTN Console is still set to use the EU handler?
Maybe people from different regions can post some prefixes here.
Do you mean it’s configured in TTN Console twice? That’s easily solved by removing one?
In case you did not know: devices do not send their uplinks to a specific gateway. Instead, they just transmit, and zero or more gateways might then receive that uplink and forward it to their network. If the network recognizes the device that sent the uplink (here: TTN; any other network will just drop the packet), then it determines which gateway is used for a downlink based on things like signal strength and duty cycle of the gateways that received the uplink.
A network will never make a gateway transmit a downlink if said gateway did not receive the uplink.
All said: unplug that EU868 gateway?