It's even simpler than that. Just add a line as the one below:
#define MY_SIGNING_SIMPLE_PASSWD "mypassword"
@gohan I meant multiple gateways on the same raspberry.
Right now, I have an NRF24L01 gateway, Domoticz, pi-hole, and a VPN server running, with 2 more gateways connected, one local and one remote RFM69 on ESP8266.
It would be nice if I could combine the two local gateways, the RFM and the NRF on the same Raspberry's GPIO...
@rolo6442u From what the node itself reports from transportGetSignalReport(SR_TX_POWER_PERCENT). It starts from say 50%, and after a coule of transmissions it goes up to 100%, when the nodes are 1m apart. When using a stand alone ESP8266 gateway, it drops to 0%.
I'll have the nodes ready in a couple of hours, after I come home from work...
@rolo6442u I built an Raspberry gateway using an RFM69 radio, to replace one built around a NodeMCU.
All nodes are transmit only, and using the latest stable API.
I noticed that all sensors were using max TX power after the first couple of transmissions, although they were respecting the ATC setting before, and were using minimum power most of the time.
Now I am concerned about battery life, so I switched back to the NodeMCU gateway, waiting for a fix.
I'll put together a temporary net, with a RPi0 gateway and a single node later, to show some real data, if you need any more information.
@electrik They work fine if I just change the frequency definition from RFM69_868MHZ to RFM69_915MHZ, but I don't know if the frequency actually changes. Currently I'm waiting for an RTL-SDR dongle to arrive, so I can make some tests to be sure...
Anyone here with experience on using RFM69HW radios marked or 868MHz tune via software to operate on 915MHz?
I ordered several of them to replace some long-distance NRF24L01 sensors that I had problems with, and it seems they interfere with my wireless alarm system, which constantly complains about possible interference and starts blaring at odd times...
I know they work, but I don't know if it is advisable to operate at a different frequency, either for transmitter life expentacy, or spurious harmonics and what not.
Thanks in advance.