I have The Things Outdoor Gateway (TTOG). It was previously connected to the TTN through an Ethernet network. Recently, I tried to connect it through the LTE/3G sim card but was unable to do that.
I connected all the antennas (GPS, LTE, LoRaWAN) then I connected the PoE injector output cable to the Gateway ethernet connector and connected the PoE input cable to my laptop ethernet connector not the network (router) as now I want to connect it by sim card. Also, the reason I connected it to my laptop is that I wanted to access the ODU GUI and enter the APN of my sim card provider.
Looking through the manual and the TTN webiste, it says:
" Did you connect the gateway via 3G/LTE? It will take a few minutes before the gateway will start routing messages. To open the ODU GUI again, you can access the web interface via the fallback IP address: 192.168.11.10. You will need to set your PC’s IP address in the same range, e.g.: IP address:
192.168.11.100 Subnet Mask:
This is exactly what I did but I was still unable to access the ODU GUI. When I enter the IP in the web browser, I get messages like “This site can’t be reached” and “page taking too long to respond”
I’m sort of new to the IoT field and would appreciate your suggestions.
Do you think I need to connect it through Ethernet network again, and from there enter the APN and activate the LTE/3G option? If so, how can I access the ODU GUI when using the 3G/LTE sim card? For your information, I changed two sim cards with different providers and still didn’t manage to connect it.
Thank you in advance!