How can I connect to the iQunet Server via WebRTC?

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How can I connect to the iQunet Server via WebRTC?

 

For software versions up to 1.2.14

If there is a network connection available, you can connect to the server via rtc.iqunet.be. WebRTC only works for the dashboard GUI.

The first time you connect via rtc.iqunet.be, you will be prompted to identify yourself with a Google account. This identification is to make sure you are not a web robot.

 

 

To logon to the iQunet Sensor Dashboard, you will be prompted for a Cloud API Key and a Sensor Proxy ID (API Key and Sensor Proxy ID are provided by iQunet). The Sensor Proxy ID is written on your iQunet Server (e.g. server-xxxxxxxx).

 

 

For software versions from 1.3.1

If there is a network connection available, you can connect to the server via connect.iqunet.com. WebRTC only works for the dashboard GUI.

The first time you connect via connect.iqunet.com, you will be prompted to identify yourself. You can log in with your Google account or create a new account using your email address. This identification is to make sure you are not a web robot.

 

 

 

Click on “Add Server Node”.

 

 

Enter the Sensor Proxy ID (server-xxxxxxxx) and provide an alias name for the server. Click “Save”. The Sensor Proxy ID is written on your iQunet Server (e.g. server-xxxxxxxx).

 

 

To open the iQunet Sensor Dashboard, click on the created server node.