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KEB announces MQTT capability for C6 VPN Industrial Router

February 142018
KEB announces MQTT capability for C6 VPN Industrial Router

February 14, 2018 – KEB America announced the addition of MQTT protocol to their C6 VPN Industrial Router. Historically, KEB’s VPN Router has been used to provide secure remote access with data logging capabilities.  Now, the Router can also be used as an IIoT gateway.

MQTT is a pub/sub messaging protocol that works on top of the TCP/IP protocol. For Quality of Service (QoS) MQTT recognizes three levels: QoS 0, QoS 1, and QoS 2. It can guarantee the delivery of a message and possibly resend the message in high latency networks. The protocol is meant to be used in situations where a small code footprint is required and the network capabilities are limited – like in small devices or automation systems with widely distributed components.

Logged data can be pushed to services such as Amazon’s AWS or Microsoft Azure with the MQTT protocol. From there, machine builders and systems integrators can perform analytics, create dashboards, and measure critical KPIs.

Security is an important consideration for IoT devices in an industrial setting. KEB's MQTT client implements the highest data security features as standard. The C6 Router can use TLS, SSL, authentication, and authorization security features when communicating with the broker.
 

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