The addresses where you can reach The Things Stack Community Edition consist of the cluster ID and
You can update the examples below with your cluster ID by filling it here.
To learn how to get started with the Console, see the Console Getting Started Guide.
Each cluster has a Console where you can manage gateways and end devices of that cluster. You can use any cluster with your Cloud account.
The address of the Console is:
The Application Server, Join Server, and Network Server APIs are all available in your regional cluster:
However, the Identity Server APIs are only available in the
Warning:End-Device Registry API requests or other Identity Server API requests to any cluster other than
Account and OAuth
User accounts are stored in the
eu1 cluster. For registering users, logging in, changing your password and for performing OAuth flows, you need to use the following address:
The Command-line Interface (CLI) needs to be configured with the address of the OAuth server and the gRPC addresses of the different servers. The addresses for OAuth and the Identity Server are always those of the
eu1 cluster. The other addresses are typically of the cluster of your choice.
Here you find the contents of the CLI configuration file for the cluster:
oauth-server-address: 'https://eu1.cloud.thethings.network/oauth' identity-server-grpc-address: 'eu1.cloud.thethings.network:8884' gateway-server-grpc-address: '.cloud.thethings.network:8884' network-server-grpc-address: '.cloud.thethings.network:8884' application-server-grpc-address: '.cloud.thethings.network:8884' join-server-grpc-address: '.cloud.thethings.network:8884' device-claiming-server-grpc-address: '.cloud.thethings.network:8884' device-template-converter-grpc-address: '.cloud.thethings.network:8884' qr-code-generator-grpc-address: '.cloud.thethings.network:8884'
See the CLI Getting Started Guide to learn how to get started with the CLI and working with configuration files.