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==Summary==
 
==Summary==
 
The '''Remote HTTP(S)''' section located in the '''[[RMS_Connect|RMS Connect]]''' menu and it allow using different protocols (HTTP, HTTPS) to connect directly to devices that are plugged into Teltonika Networks equipment.  
 
The '''Remote HTTP(S)''' section located in the '''[[RMS_Connect|RMS Connect]]''' menu and it allow using different protocols (HTTP, HTTPS) to connect directly to devices that are plugged into Teltonika Networks equipment.  
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==Remote HTTP(S) video guide==
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Below you will find a tutorial where you will learn how to use RMS Connect to set up a Remote HTTP(S) connection on your end device.
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<youtube>83cg9oKMm2E</youtube>
    
==Add new remote==
 
==Add new remote==
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[[File:Rms manual left rms https v1.png]]  
 
[[File:Rms manual left rms https v1.png]]  
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Below you will find a tutorial where you will learn how to use RMS Connect to set up a Remote HTTP(S) connection on your end device.  
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==Add new remote==
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To add a new remote device go to Left sidebar panel ('''RMS Connect''' → '''Remote HTTP(S)''') and click on '''Remote HTTP(S)'''.
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Move your mouse pointer to the Remote menu and select '''Add new remote''' ('''Remote''' → '''Add new remote''').
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[[File:Rms_manual_left_rms_HTTP(S)_v1.png]]
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===Auto Scan===
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* While on the Auto Scan tab, select a device from the drop-down list.
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* The list of the accessible ports will be displayed.
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* Select the IP, then the HTTP(S) port, and click Add. (Optionally you can change the name).
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You will get a success message.
    
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<youtube>83cg9oKMm2E</youtube>
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A newly created Remote HTTP(S) connection will appear on the screen.
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===Manual===
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# If the Manual tab is selected you must know all the connection details.
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# Begin by entering the name for the HTTP(S) connection.
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# Enter the IP address for your end device.
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# Then set the HTTP(S) port, the default one is 23.
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# Finally, pick your RMS-connected device and to finish, click the ADD button.
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# We now have manually created a Remote HTTP(S) connection.
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==Connecting to Remote HTTP(S)==
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# To connect, click on the name of the connection or anywhere on the general highlighted area.
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# Clicking the connection name open will the direct link generation window.
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# And clicking on the general highlighted area will open a window with the complete HTTP(S) connection information.
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# You can specify the preferred connection duration. RMS will create a sharable connection link.
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# Enter the authentication information.
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# Connected. You can perform various operations with the files and folders.
    
[[Category:RMS Connect]]
 
[[Category:RMS Connect]]

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