Questions tagged [internet-of-things]

The Internet of things (stylised Internet of Things or IoT) is the internetworking of physical devices, vehicles (also referred to as "connected devices" and "smart devices"), buildings and other items—embedded with electronics, software, sensors, actuators, and network connectivity that enable these objects to collect and exchange data.

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Automatically connect IoT devices to a VPN

So I have this GCP setup with IoT devices, but I want to SSH into devices that are geographically very far. Of course they are not on the same local network. My current idea is that I host a VPN and ...
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GCP: what's the limit on concurrent sessions on a single service account?

We're planning to run a project in which a large amount of sensors will collect data and send them into GCP / Google Compute Pub/Sub queue for processing. I've created a service account to be ...
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AWS IoT MQTT on ESP8266 — Put Secret Key on Device?

I am setting up an IoT device using this library (https://github.com/odelot/aws-mqtt-websockets) to connect to the AWS IoT service. I have it working and it works well, however, I have a bit of a ...
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How to embed a tls certificate into an IOT device

We need to protect the authentication process to devices we produce. Since these devices are installed in the customer (typically a non professional) network, we can't get a regular tls certificate ...
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how to connect a web application to an aws iot

I am trying to create an mqtt in aws iot and connect it with a web application. For this, i have logged in to AWS iot and created a thing. After creating I am getting an ARN as follows arn:aws:iot:us-...
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How bad is it to have multiple devices with the same SSH server keys?

I am working on an embedded device that runs FreeBSD and SSH. As you know, sshd likes to randomly generate a set of server keys when it first boots up. The problem is that we will be shipping the ...