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It is only possible to connect KPN Things to your MQTT broker using an encrypted connection!
The following parameters are available to connect an MQTT broker:
*) required value †) secret value, can only be written
We do not support self-signed certificates. Your TLS/SSL certificate should be signed by a root certificate authority (CA) that is trusted by the default Java trust store. You can use the SSL Server Test from Qualys to check if your certificate is trusted by the Java trust store:
The result of the SSL Server Test indicating the certificate is trusted by Java.
Your server should preferably use TLSv1.2 or higher, but at least TLSv1.1. Older protocols are not supported because they are not considered safe.
Are you new to MQTT, but still interested in using it? HiveMQ has published some very nice articles about MQTT essentials:
You can find a publicly available Mosquitto MQTT server/broker on https://test.mosquitto.org. This allows you to try to connect KPN Things to an MQTT broker. Do not use this public MQTT broker for production!
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