@jirkakrepl said in New Pybytes firmware 1.18.1.r9 (Experimental LTE support):
If your LTE configuration is correct, your device with a Simcard should connect to Pybytes using LTE.
Then Terminal and Flash OTA update should work too.
Awesome, I'll try it out soon, thanks! LTE OTA was only thing holding us back from a production release.
Discussion for Feature Request and Future Additions to Pybytes
yes, new chips are really interesting. Reading draft version of docs are promising.
As they send some testing parts already i suppose full delivery and final version of docs will be really soon.
I am really interested if ADC will be better in new chips ;-)
@Gijs Hi. The output of dnsserver after pybytes.start is ('172.31.16.100', '172.31.32.100'), while the output of AT+CGCONTRDP? is always ERROR. I tried to move the AT command in different parts of the code but the result was always ERROR. When the device fails I cannot retrieve any information, so I don't know what the dnsserver output is. I'm using your Vodafone SIM in Italy. Thank you
Because the app eui is not checked for validity locally, but rather with the Chirpstack server somewhere in the backend. All three parameters are used to resolve the packets coming in over LoRa to your project console in Chirpstack.
If you're planning on using the Pybytes / Pycom Chirpstack server, you should configure your device (node) through Pybytes to use a LoRa connection and all the keys will be handled automatically. A gateway setup should be very similar to setting up to TTN, except for the different server address / (possibly) gateway eui. If youre not using the Pycom Chirpstack server, all three parameters should be available somewhere as far as I know.
Let me know if that answers your question
I can imagine, sorry for the inconvenience. I submitted a feature request with the Pybytes team to be able to do this. If there's more people looking for this, it would bring higher up the list of course :)
Thanks! Have a nice weekend yourself
You can right-click on the device name to create file or folder. Next to that, you can use os.mkdir(...) to create a folder as well from the terminal, and/or open('lib/file.py', 'wb') to create a file
At the moment, is not possible to automatically create the pytrack/pysense libraries in pymakr online.
I do not think this is possible, as the Pybytes TTN integration couples the Lopy4 through another TTN application, using only the LoRa connection. When you use WLAN to connect through pybytes to manage firmware updates etc, and LoRa to connect to TTN, there should be no issue.
Right, that means the pybytes library is not loaded on boot (do you perhaps have pycom.pybytes_on_boot() set to False? )
You can load the Pybytes library yourself by using:
from _pybytes import Pybytes
from _pybytes_config import PybytesConfig
conf = PybytesConfig().read_config()
pybytes = Pybytes(conf)