How access any IoT device or web server behind a Teltonika Networks router
Cellular connectivity is the most favorable way of connecting IoT devices. However, other use cases may encompass many local devices that do not need a SIM card but communicate with a gateway/router. The IoT router is therefore equipped with an emnify SIM and sends the aggregated data through a cellular network to the desired cloud service. Common examples are utility sensors in a building communicating with a smart meter gateway or web servers running in a local network behind a router. Having one device communicating with a platform via cellular connectivity increases efficiency and reduces complexity. But what if you wanted to remotely access a specific device behind the router, for troubleshooting or configuration purposes?
MQTT vs CoAP: What's the best protocol for IoT Solutions?
In the last post, we discussed the difference between MQTT and LwM2M and which protocol to use in your IoT solutions. In this post, I will shed some light on another popular protocol - CoAP and compare it with MQTT.
How EMnify contributes to AWS Certification development
As EMnify operates all its systems on AWS, many of our colleagues hold one or more AWS certifications. Becoming certified not only proves a certain level of knowledge, but also helps the individual to focus their learnings on our cloud platform of choice – as there is a lot to learn when it comes to AWS.