Data from IoT devices and other application can be received over different channels.
Integrations are used to forward and receive data from other Systems.
Beside Integrations that "Push" data to other systems, like HTTP, MQTT, SFTP, etc. there are also Integrations that work bi-directional like REST and LoRaWAN.
Ports & Protocols
Different ports and protocols can be configured to receive data from IoT Devices.
|Datasource||Application Protocol||Transport Protocol||Default Port||Comment|
|REST||HTTPs||TCP||443||REST API that can also be used upload sensor data|
|CoAP||CoAP||UDP||5683||Used by Lobaro NB-IoT Devices, can be extended for other manufacturers|
|CoAPs||CoAPs||UDP||5684||Used by Lobaro NB-IoT Devices, can be extended for other manufacturers|
|Lobaro NB-IoT (deprecated)||Lobaro Properitary||UDP||1064||Deprecated: Will be removed in future|
|Blockwise Transport||30 Seconds|
|DTLS Timeout||35 Seconds||Must be higher than on the device side (which is 30 seconds)|
|DTLS Flight Interval||15 Seconds||FlightInterval controls how often we send outbound handshake messages|
In future we are planning to implement more datasources
- Dragino CoAP
- Lightweight M2M (LWM2M)
- ... and other vendor specific protocols