Managing LoRaWAN traffic from public LoRaWAN networks (Everynet) - Amazon IoT Core
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Managing LoRaWAN traffic from public LoRaWAN networks (Everynet)

You can connect your LoRaWAN devices to the cloud in minutes by using publicly available LoRaWAN networks. Amazon IoT Core for LoRaWAN now supports Everynet’s network coverage in the US and UK. When using the public network, you'll be charged a public network connectivity charge for each device every month. The pricing applies to all Amazon Web Services Regions where public network connectivity is offered. For information about pricing for this feature, see the Amazon IoT Core pricing page.


The public network is operated and provided as a service directly by Everynet. Before using this feature, see the applicable Amazon Service Terms. In addition, if you use a public network through Amazon IoT Core for LoRaWAN, certain LoRaWAN device information such as DevEUI and JoinEUI will be replicated across regions where Amazon IoT Core for LoRaWAN is available.

Amazon IoT Core for LoRaWAN supports the public LoRaWAN network according to the LoRa Alliance specification, as described in LoRaWAN Backend Interfaces 1.0 Specification.

Benefits of using a public LoRaWAN network

Your LoRaWAN devices can use a public network to connect to the cloud, which reduces the time to deployment, and reduces the time and cost that are required to maintain a private LoRaWAN network.

By using a public LoRaWAN network, you'll receive benefits such as coverage extension, running core without radio network, and coverage densification. This feature can be used to:

The following sections describe the public network support architecture, how public LoRaWAN network support works, and how to use this feature.