|Re: [paho-dev] MQTTSNGateway and AWS IoT|
Thank you for the answer, and sorry for my english.
Yes, of course. I also tried to change client identification string, and
then I got error message that client is rejected by the gateway. So,
client authentication is working well.
Build system: Debian GNU/Linux 9.0, SSL version 1.1.0f.
I see successful SSL connection handshake between Gateway and AWS
server. But then, the Gateway somehow closing this connection.
I tried to deactivate AWS keypair, and then I got "connection error to
the broker" on gateway, as expected. So, keypairs is valid too. Some
problem in send()/recv() cycle, I suppose.
With best regards, Sergey.
19.07.2017 14:05, Tomoaki Yamaguchi wrote:
> Did you register your ClientID and SensorＮet Address address to
> clients.conf ?
> In order to authenticate ｔｈｅ client, the gateway confirms that the ID
> and SensorＮet Address are registered in clients.conf in case of TLS
> Tomy Technology
> Tomoaki YAMAGUCHI
> 2017-07-19 18:21 GMT+09:00 Sergey Semernin <sergey.semernin@xxxxxxxxx
> Hello All!
> I'm new to transparent MQTT-SN gateway that published in Paho project.
> I'm trying to test this gateway with Amazon MQTT message broker. I set
> up SSL/TLS certificates, test connection to the MQTT, and it works.
> Then, I setup gateway:
> paho-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx <mailto:paho-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx>> BrokerPortNo=1883
> And I'm trying to publish or subscribe with mqtt-sn-tools.
> Each time I got this error:
> 20170719 120527.230 CONNECT <--- mqtt-sn-tools-7142
> 04 04 01 00 0A 6D 71 74 74 2D 73 6E 2D 74 6F 6F 6C 73 2D 37 31
> 34 32
> 20170719 120527.910 CONNECT ---> mqtt-sn-tools-7142
> 10 1E 00 04 4D 51 54 54 04 02 00 0A 00 12 6D 71 74 74 2D 73 6E
> 2D 74 6F 6F 6C 73 2D 37 31 34 32
> Error: BrokerRecvTask can't receive a packet from the broker errno=0
> I checked traffic with tcpdump and saw that SSL/TLS connection with AWS
> cloud is present. But nothing more.
> What I missed? Or this gateway just not working/not tested with AWS MQTT
> With best regards, Sergey.
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