MultiTech Conduit - mPower (AEP)

This page describes the configuration of the Semtech Basic Station on the MultiTech mPower class of Gateway.

Prefer a video walkthrough? On boarding a MultiTech Conduit AP using the Senet Developer Portal and configuring the Gateway as a Semtech Basic Station is outlined from a Developer perspective on YouTube:

System Requirements

MultiTech provides a wide variety of models for the Conduit platform. Most of these models are variations based on network connectivity and operating system (OS); as such if you do not see your model listed, it is highly likely these instructions are still applicable.


To use Basic Station a supported Gateway with a MTAC-LORA-H mCard is required. The (deprecated) USB variety of MCAT-LORA-1.0 accessory cards are no longer supported.

Model OS Type OS Version
MultiConnect Conduit mPower (AEP) 5.3.0+
MultiConnect Conduit AP mPower (AEP) 5.3.0+
MultiConnect Conduit IP67 mPower (AEP) 5.3.0+


Instructions for converting a Conduit Gateway OS from mLinux to mPower are available: Convert Conduit from mLinux to mPower (AEP)



The Serial Number can also be found in the Configuration Web interface under Home > Device > Serial Number.


The Manufacturer EUI can also be found in the Configuration Web interface under Home > Lora > EUI.

Registration on the Senet network

If you have not done so already you will need to register your gateway through your Developer or RAN Provider account.

 1. Enter the 8-Digit Serial Number.
 2. Enter the 16-Digit Manufacturer (Lora Node) EUI.
 3. Complete the registration process by filling in the remaining fields.


The Gateway supports a maximum of 8 channels at any given time. During registration you will have a chance to select which sub-band of 8 RX Channels the Gateway should operate on to start.

Tip: After registration is complete, you can use the Senet Portal to reconfigure the RX Channel sub-band without the need to login to the Configuration web interface.

Semtech Basic Station Configuration

  1. Navigate to the Conduit mPower Web Interface. By default the address will be

  2. Select LoRaWAN > Network Settings.

  3. Select BASIC STATION from the LoRa Mode dropdown menu. A section Basic Station Configuration will appear.


  4. In the Credentials dropdown menu select LNS.

  5. The Station Config can be left at the default values.


Additional information regarding Basic Station can be found at the following link: Generic Semtech Basic Station


The Senet LNS URI value can be configured in two different ways:
 1. Secured (recommended)
 2. Unsecured

Secured LNS URI (Secured)

 1. Enter wss:// as the URI value.

 2. A copy of the Senet Server Certificate ( can be downloaded directly from: Senet Server Cert

 3. Extract the contents from the Certificate, or copy the value below, into the Server Cert menu entry box.

Source file PEM formatted contents
Starts with: -----BEGIN CERTIFICATE-----MIIDdTCCAl2gAwIBAgILBA ... 
... omitted contents, use copy full certificate button ...
Ends with: ... f6q8amaEsybwMbDqKWwIX7eSPY=-----END CERTIFICATE-----

Senet LNS URI (Unsecured)

 1. Enter ws:// as the URI value.

 2. A copy of the Senet Server Certificate ( is not required.

 3. Leave the Server Cert menu entry box empty.

Finishing Up

 1. The Gateway Cert menu entry box can be left empty.

 2. The Gateway Key menu entry box can be left empty.

 3. Click Submit

 4. Click Save and Apply

Verifying Connection to the Senet Network

Upon successful completion, the Gateway status will update to Registered - Active. (this may require a refresh of the browser)