Inspecting LoRa Memory
wstallwood last edited by
is there any way to extract LoRaWAN join states from memory. I'm particularly interested in looking at NwkSKey.
This is to debug an issue I have when a join request reaches two gateways. My lorawan-server then seems to get confused and every subsequent message has bad_mic.
I think what is happening is the LoPy is using the NwkSKey from the first successful join and the lorawan-server is trying to use the one from the second join attempt. But really to prove it I would like to see what NwkSKey the lopy thinks it is using.
Is this possible.
jcaron last edited by
@wstallwood As far as I know you can’t do it directly from micropython, but you could easily build a custom image from source adding a few logs where appropriate.