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Using built-in MQTT broker over WebSocket
#1
Hi,
is it possible to set up the built-in Mosquitoo broker to use the websocket protocol?
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#2
Websocket support is not enabled. Can you explain your use case for this?
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#3
I'm developing a web based smart home dashboard using the Paho JavaScript Client
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#4
LM has a websocket interface for objects, do you really need MQTT in your case? See this thread for an example: https://forum.logicmachine.net/showthrea...13#pid2913
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#5
(16.02.2021, 10:12)admin Wrote: LM has a websocket interface for objects, do you really need MQTT in your case? See this thread for an example: https://forum.logicmachine.net/showthrea...13#pid2913

I would prefer to use MQTT over websocket as a common protocol since I also will interact with other interfaces. Is there any problems/drawbacks to enable websocket support for the built-in broker.

Regards Johan
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#6
The broker does not have the websocket protocol support compiled in.
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#7
Will websocket support be compiled into the broker in a near future, if not is it possible to install a custom package with websocket support enabled?
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#8
Maybe later but I can't promise anything at the moment.
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