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==Summary==
 
==Summary==
The '''RMS Remote HTTP(S)''' section located in the '''[[RMS Connect|Remote HTTP(S)]]''' menu tab is used to view the status and parameter values related to the Hotspot service of your RMS devices.  
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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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[[File:RMS-hotspots-left-sidebar-panel.jpg]] [[File:RMS Hotspot.gif]]
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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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==Hotspots control buttons==
 
For detailed information for the specific hotspot click an arrow on the left side of the Hotspots table. It will open a list of hotspot(s) on your selected device. The hotspot control buttons on the '''right side''' of the hotspot table.
 
  
===Active Hotspot Users===
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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)'''.
Currently active users in the selected hotspot. Click the '''Active Users''' button to open the Active Hotspot Users popup window.
 
  
[[File:RMS Hotspot Actives Users button.jpg]] [[File:RMS Hotspot Actives Users.jpg]]
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Move your mouse pointer to the Remote menu and select '''Add new remote''' ('''Remote''' → '''Add new remote''').
  
===Hotspot Users===
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===Auto Scan===
 
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All the users in the selected hotspot. Click the '''Active Users''' button to open the Active Users popup window.
 
  
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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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===Add Hotspot User===
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You will get a success message.
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Add a new user in the selected hotspot. Click the '''Add New User''' button to open the Add New User popup window.
 
  
 
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[[File:RMS Hotspot Add New User button.jpg]] [[File:Hotspot - Add New User.gif]]
 
  
==Right customization panel==
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A newly created Remote HTTP(S) connection will appear on the screen.
  
The '''Right customization panel''' is used to customize what information should be displayed in the Hotspot section page. Unlike most other sections, the hotspot section contains '''Filters''' and '''Table columns''' tab in this page. Table columns let you pick which device parameters will be displayed in the Hotspots table. Filters allow you to filter by company, tag, model or device status.
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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 or HTTPS port, the default one is 80 or 43 accordingly.
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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)==
  
* [[RMS - Management tab]]
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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 will open 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.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 11:45, 7 January 2022

Main Page > IoT Platforms > RMS > RMS Manual > RMS Connect > RMS Remote HTTP(S)

Summary

The Remote HTTP(S) section located in the RMS Connect menu and it allow using different protocols (HTTP, HTTPS) to connect directly to devices that are plugged into Teltonika Networks equipment.

Remote HTTP(S) video guide

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.


Add new remote

To add a new remote device go to Left sidebar panel (RMS ConnectRemote HTTP(S)) and click on Remote HTTP(S).

Move your mouse pointer to the Remote menu and select Add new remote (Remote → Add new remote).

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Add new remote

To add a new remote device go to Left sidebar panel (RMS ConnectRemote HTTP(S)) and click on Remote HTTP(S).

Move your mouse pointer to the Remote menu and select Add new remote (RemoteAdd new remote).

Auto Scan


  • While on the Auto Scan tab, select a device from the drop-down list.
  • The list of the accessible ports will be displayed.
  • Select the IP, then the HTTP(S) port, and click Add. (Optionally you can change the name).


You will get a success message.


A newly created Remote HTTP(S) connection will appear on the screen.

Manual


  1. If the Manual tab is selected you must know all the connection details.
  2. Begin by entering the name for the HTTP(S) connection.
  3. Enter the IP address for your end device.
  4. Then set the HTTP or HTTPS port, the default one is 80 or 43 accordingly.
  5. Finally, pick your RMS-connected device and to finish, click the ADD button.
  6. We now have manually created a Remote HTTP(S) connection.

Connecting to Remote HTTP(S)

  1. To connect, click on the name of the connection or anywhere on the general highlighted area.
  2. Clicking the connection name will open the direct link generation window.
  3. And clicking on the general highlighted area will open a window with the complete HTTP(S) connection information.
  4. You can specify the preferred connection duration. RMS will create a sharable connection link.
  5. Enter the authentication information.
  6. Connected. You can perform various operations with the files and folders.