This section gives The quick start guides give you a quick understanding of how to connect your device to WSO2 enterprise IoT Server and start using it. For this purpose, let's use the virtual fire alarm.
The virtual fire alarm is a virtual device that mimics the functionality of a real fire alarm. Therefore, for this use case you do not need a real device. Once you start the virtual fire alarm, it will connect to the WSO2 IoT Server and push the temperature readings it collects. The device supports MQTT and XMPP communications and is configured to use MQTT by default.
The following subsections explain how you can work with the virtual fire alarm:
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Download WSO2 IoT Server
Sign into the Device Management console
Follow the instructions given below to start WSO2 IoTS, and sign into the IoTS device management console:
Start the virtual fire alarm
Follow the steps given below to start the virtual fire alarm device:
- Click Enroll New Device.
- Click Try to try out the Virtual Firealarm.
- Download the device:
- Click Download Agent to download the device agent.
Enter a preferred name for your device, select the simple or advanced agent option, and click DOWNLOAD NOW.
Navigate to the location of the unzipped device agent file.
Example: Navigate to the device agent file, which is in the
Start the virtual fire alarm.
Once you start your virtual fire alarm, the fire alarm emulator will pop up.
If you set the Protocol to XMPP, you need to enable XMPP communication on WSO2 IoTS, as it is disabled by default. To enable XMPP communication, open the
xmpp.propertiesfile that is in the
repository/conf/etcdirectory and configure XMPP by defining
enabled=trueas shown below:
enabled=true host=localhost port=5222 admin.username=admin admin.password=admin serverName=localhost
Try out the virtual fire alarm
Once you start your virtual fire alarm, you can try out the following actions:
|View device details|
Click the menu icon , and click Device Management. Select the virtual fire alarm device you created from your devices, and view the device details, carry out operations, and monitor real-time data.
|Ring the fire alarm|
View real-time and historical data
When you adjust the temperature and humidity values in the virtual fire alarm emulator you can see the data in real-time or view historical data by following the steps given below:
Click to monitor real-time data via the Device Details pages.
Follow the options given below to see what you can do next:
and mobile devices to WSO2 IoT Server and start using it.