I bought used outdoor WiFi access point for couple of coffees. At first I wanted to use only the housing for conversion of the TTN Indoor gateway to outdoor gateway. But after some testing and factory reset of the AP I found out it is working and could be configured as stand-alone WiFi MIMO AP. Usually such APs require infrastructure, or at least some management server.
The conversion requires few steps:
Attachment of the TTIG inside housing
Connecting external antenna
Providing the power supply
Providing access to WiFi
See the post for the whole process. TTN certainly doesn’t make it easy.
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