I see this forum post on the things network. The answer there notes:
I solved this issue. The documentation for the nam1 cluster is outdated. There is no tenant ID and it is not “.industries” it is “nam1.cloud.thethings.network” for your cluster addres[s]
I am not an expert in the service but that above forum post may be related to your issue. I recommend reaching out to The Things Stack for their deployment issues. However, in general, when using a CloudFormation's custom resource, the resource provider should be sending back a PhysicalResourceId.
This value should be an identifier unique to the custom resource vendor, and can be up to 1 KB in size. The value must be a non-empty string and must be identical for all responses for the same resource.
Hi. Since you mentioned eu1, I take it you're using Things Stack Community Edition? (https://eu1.cloud.thethings.network is the EU cluster of the Community Edition.) If so, please ensure that you have selected Community when deploying the template. I think the user in the forum post that Taka_M has linked, probably picked Cloud when it should have been Community. Regardless, you need to pick the right deployment type to match your Things Stack account/deployment.
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