Does Loraserver put in "Black list" devices,which violates duty cycle?


#1

Hello!

If anyone knows, does lora server puts devices with duty cycle violation on a kind of black list?

I had two concentrators, which due to bad weather send a lot of messages, and Loraserver appear them as “n/a” in last seen field of devices.

I thought that may based of a possible “duty cycle violation”.

Is any possibility to exist this?
If yes, is any way to retrive them back?

Thanks in advance,
Nikos.


#2

No, it doesn’t keep a blacklist.


#3

Thanks @brocaar for the answer!

If not, could you explain this:

Using mosquitto,seems like these two devices sends packets,without data.

It suddenly happened from yesterday afternoon,

Thanks,
Nikos.


#4

Excuse my persistence, but the above problem still remains.

Suddenly, looks like LoraServer does not recognize two devices, which i assigned to, and also i observe a high-connection packet-traffic to gateway.

Is any possibility of restriction in Loraserver or Lora Gateway (Bridge) after sending a specific amount of packet,from a device to them?

Please, if anyone can of course, give a point about. It will be really useful to understand the exact behavior of these.
In TTN (corresponding LoraServer) works with a kind of black list,when receive a specific number of packets by a device and as a result blocks its EUI.

Hope for your help.

Thanks,
Nikos.


Lora-Gateway-Bridge profile does not exist
#5

I have the same problem.