Kerlink Wirnet iZeptoCell

Registration and Configuration

If you have not done so already you will need to register your Base Station through your Developer or RAN Provider account using the steps below.

Prerequisites and Registration Information

Kerlink Basic Station Packet Forwarder application requires KerOS version 5.x or newer. Senet recommends using KerOS version 5.10 or newer which includes valuable functionality improvements.


Please consult Kerlink's access controlled documentation at for more information including access instructions.

Kerlink technical support is open to direct customers and maintenance contract subscribers. Product serial numbers will be requested for assistance. Contact with a valid serial number to get started.

The Hardware Serial Number (SN) and Base Station EUI values can be found on the Base Station packaging, through the interface hosted by the Base Station, or they may be provided by Kerlink.

Registration on the Senet network

Two options are available to register the Base Station on the Senet Network.
 1. Kerlink's Zero-Touch-Provisioning feature, which is only available to Production users.
 2. Manual registration, which can be utilized by both Developer and Production users.

The Kerlink ZTP feature is integrated with the Senet Base Station Provisioning API. The Base Station will automatically attempt to complete the ZTP process upon first boot with a working backhaul connection.

Kerlink's ZTP feature will automatically onboard the Base Station onto the Senet Network into the user's account, provided the following prerequisites are satisfied:
 1. A Customer API Key has been created with at least the RAN: Write Access role. Note the value in a secure location.
 2. Provide the Kerlink support representative ( with the following:

Once the Kerlink support representative has processed the request, the iZeptoCell Base Station should automatically be enrolled in your account following its next power up cycle.

Manual Registration on the Senet network

Follow directions in Kerlink's Wiki to access the Base Station's interface where the EUI and SN can be found. Once the Manufacturer (Base Station) EUI and Base Station SN have been acquired, return to the Senet Portal and complete Registration.


Users with a free Developer Account can find supplemental information using the following link: Generic Developer Gateway Registration
Users registered as RAN Providers can find supplemental information using the following link: Generic RAN Provider Gateway Registration



The Base Station 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 Base Station 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 Kerlink Base Station interface (make sure to power cycle the Base Station after making any changes).


The Senet LNS protocol can be configured in two different ways:
 1. Secured (Recommended)
 2. Unsecured (Debugging and development purposes)

The Kerlink Base Station requires prerequisite configuration in order to operate as a Basic Station Base Station. Please follow the directions in the Kerlink documentation after login credentials have been established for the Kerlink Wiki. Once the basicstation.ipk package has been installed on the gateway, please move on to the next section to configure the Base Station for the Senet Network. This step is only required when manually configuring the Base Station.


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

Unsecured LNS URI

Verifying Connection to the Senet Network

Upon successful completion, the Base Station status will update to Registered - Active when viewed within the Senet Portal, and the status indicator light will turn green.