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iot:tutorial:mqtt [2020/09/21 13:51]
atolstov Publisher/Subscriber edit
iot:tutorial:mqtt [2020/10/21 08:42]
atolstov [MQTT Protocol]
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 ===== MQTT Protocol ===== ===== MQTT Protocol =====
 MQTT today has become an intermediary in IoT communication.  MQTT today has become an intermediary in IoT communication. 
-It is supported by integration controller WebHMI([[:mqtt|About how to use MQTT on WebHMI]]) and 7bit brand products such as Synapse, AirPoint and AirGate.+It is supported by integration controller WebHMI ([[:mqtt|About how to use MQTT on WebHMI]]) and 7bit brand products such as Synapse, AirPoint and AirGate.
 ==== What is MQTT? ==== ==== What is MQTT? ====
 It is a lightweight, open and affordable protocol.  It is a lightweight, open and affordable protocol. 
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-===== WebHMI as MQTT Publisher/Subscriber (Client) =====+===== WebHMI as MQTT Client (Publisher/Subscriber) =====
 There is a possibility to create a WebHMI connection to subscribe or publish MQTT messages. There is a possibility to create a WebHMI connection to subscribe or publish MQTT messages.
 This allows WebHMI register mapping with certain topics on any broker. So editing register value will trigger WebHMI to publish MQTT message and vice versa: if you have an active register, receiving the message from the broker will trigger changing the value. This allows WebHMI register mapping with certain topics on any broker. So editing register value will trigger WebHMI to publish MQTT message and vice versa: if you have an active register, receiving the message from the broker will trigger changing the value.