I thought I understood, but have recently confused myself. Does the server stack support multi-tenant?
By this I mean: I have one server stack (i.e. mqtt broker, lora server, lora app server) that serves multiple clients each with their own distinct (non-overlapping completely geographically independent) gateways?
When going through the configuration I assumed that this was:
–Organization per tenant with each tenant able to add Gateways (GW’s geographically distinct no shared traffic)
–Same server profile (i.e. all GW’s connecting to same single Network Server)
–Same application (i.e. it’s one type of IoT application across multiple customers)
–Same Device profiles (i.e. it’s one device type for multiple customers)
–Add devices to single app server
For each customer I have a single back office application instance pulling/pushing data off the network stack.
This doesn’t seem feasible if my application pulls stuff based on the application topic as the application is the same for both customers. Is there a way to pull down devices by organization? Should I be using profiles differently.
As I said I think I’ve walked myself into a state of confusion and would appreciate somebody straighten me out on this basic configuration concept and whether it’s easily supported or not. Thanks.