Base Station Details
Base Station details show the health history of a Base Station, the events it is processing, RF statistics, diagnostics, and transaction statistics.
The default view and the summary of a Base Station can be seen by clicking the Summary button.
The left pane shows various Base Station details including times for last packet and contact, system uptime, GPS data, etc.
The upper right pane contains numerous charts of important statistics. These include:
|Devices||Displays historical counts of the devices heard by the Base Station.|
|Received Transactions||Displays the number of successfully received transactions from the Base Station|
|Filtered Transactions||Displays the sum of the count of uplinks which were dropped at the Base Station due to Net ID filtering and Join whitelist filtering.
Requires Base Station software 02_01_08+
|Discarded Transactions||Displays the number of uplinks which were discarded by the Base Station due to LoRa Radio Errors, and Packet Errors.
|All Transactions||Displays the Received, Filtered and Discarded Transactions as a stacked column chart.|
|CPU and Memory Utilization||Displays historical CPU and memory use for the Base Station.|
|Rount Trip Time||Displays average request response times for all transactions.|
|Backhaul Statistics||Displays historical counts of errors, in bytes and out bytes for either Ethernet or Cellular backhaul connections.|
The System Events table in the lower right pane shows the Base Station's operational events, e.g. disconnects and reconnects to the Network Server.
The RF Statistics page displays a heat map for the following RF parameters over time. Median SNR Per Channel, Average RSSI Per Channel, and Uplinks Per Channel.
A summarized version of the RF Statistics can also be viewed as a table. The statstics are average values for collected data over the specfied time frame. The averages exclude time intervals where no data was collected.
The Events view provides detailed insight into the LoRa events associated with Device communications with the Base Station. Two sub-views are presented, the LoRa Events view and the Join Errors view.
The LoRa Events view shows all the uplinks and downlinks successfully processed by the Base Station along with the packet details.
Note: The RSSI and SNR columns include color-coded icons to reflect the strength and quality of uplinks from each Device. The following table provides the meaning of each color along with the corresponding value-range. When hovering over an icon, this text will be displayed as a tooltip.
|Green||Very Good RSSI: >= -95||Very Good SNR: >= 1|
|Blue||Good RSSI: > -110 and < -95||Good SNR: >= -6 and < 1|
|Yellow||Fair RSSI: >= -125 and < -110||Fair SNR: >= -13 and < -6|
|Red||Poor RSSI: < -125||Poor SNR: < -13|
The Join Errors view shows information about LoRa events that are discarded by the Base Station such as failed join attempts. This view assists in troubleshooting Device connection issues.
Base Station Diagnostics
Base Station Diagnostics help understand a problematic Base Station.
If running the latest compatible Senet Base Station software, Support Files and Spectral Scans can be generated along with setting the information level on a Base Station.
Other diagnostics statistics will be displayed in the Stats table.
Alerts and Cases
Click on the button to show a consolidated view containing the Base Station Availability chart, the list of Active and Recent alerts related to the Base Station and a list of Cases.
This button is only available if Alerts have been enabled on the Base Station.
Click on the button to view the Site, Registration, Contacts, Lease or Internet Connection information related to the Base Station.
The Site Details view shows details of the Base Station installation. This includes information about who installed the Base Station, how much it cost to install and when the installation occurred.
The Registration Information view shows Base Station information collected at the time of registration. This includes the original Contact information associated with the Base Station.
The Contacts view provides information for personnel associated with a Base Station. Multiple resources are added through this view; for example, primary and/or secondary contacts who provide Base Station services like lease agreements or site maintenance.
The Lease view shows the details of the contractual terms associated with a Base Station installation. This includes the critical details of the Lease such as when the Lease starts, when it ends, the rental period, the rental fee, and the name of the lessor.
The Internet Connections view provides a mechanism for viewing or editing internet connection information associated with the Base Station. This may include adding details about the type of connection, ex. Ethernet, cellular or satellite, as well as associated costs.
Click on the icon to see a history of transaction statistics over the history of the Base Station.