Under HTTP-Server you configure the HTTP endpoints for the LBS data.
Configure the URL of the HTTP endpoint here.
Note: HTTP and HTTPS are supported. If you use HTTPS, a CA certificate for server verification must also be uploaded to the device. This can be done using WEBconfig. See Location based services.
- The secret (key) is transmitted from the access point to the end point in the JSON messages and can additionally be used for message authentication.
- Here you configure the types of LBS data that should be sent. Only BLE is currently available.
- Here you configure which measurement fields or data from the access point should be included in the messages to the HTTP endpoint. In order to minimize the data volume, we recommend that you limit this to essential data only.
- Buffering Timeout
- After the configured time (in seconds) is reached, all BLE messages buffered up to that point are sent to the server.
- Buffer Size
After the configured data quantity (in bytes) is reached, all BLE messages buffered up to that point are sent to the server.
Note: With the value for Buffering Timeout and Buffer Size both set to 0, the messages are sent to the server as soon as possible.