Thank you very much for your answer. The only thing that concerns me is
that "The project is experimental at the moment and APIs provided are
work in progress and subject to changes." so since as far as I
understand this is not an IoTivity component, is it compatible only with
certain versions of IoTIvity? I have an IoTivity server in C++, using
IoTivity 1.3.1 version.
What I would like is to access the IoTivity server's CoAP services
outside of my local network, that's why I thought of using HTTP services
in the first place.
But if there is a way to have an IoTivity client remotely that could
make a CoAP multicast discovery request to the network of the IoTivity
server or if there is a way to _start IoTivity server on a certain port_
so that an IoTivity client can make a CoAP unicast request to the
server, that would be sufficient. Is there a way that I could achieve
any of these two solutions?
On 12-Apr-18 6:40 PM, Thiago Macieira wrote:
On Thursday, 12 April 2018 01:09:33 PDT Maria Koutli wrote:
I would like to have access to my IoTivity server remotely over the
internet by making HTTP calls to it (not directly I suppose).
I found this wiki page "CoAP-HTTP Proxy"
https://wiki.iotivity.org/coap-http_proxy but it only shows the opposite
direction (an IoTivity client sending to the web). Is there a way for
the IoTivity server to receive HTTP requests from the web and map them
to the respective CoAP requests? Is there an example for this sequence?
It's not been updated recently, but it does the work in the direction you
want, so it should get you started.
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