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Learn how to install the TeamViewer IoT Agent including provisioning, and de-provisioning and monitoring setup.
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TeamViewer IoT Cloud UI is a web-based management platform for TeamViewer IoT Service.
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 Learn more about how to use IoT Remote Control from the TeamViewer software.
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Please find the MQTT API documentation for TeamViewer IoT under  https://download.teamviewer-iot.com/docs/agentapi/index.html .
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TeamViewer IoT is meant to be used on IoT devices such as headless Linux gateways that ha ve  restricted  re sources and are not able to run the TeamViewer full version.
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The C SDK is currently not available but will be released soon.
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The monitoring capabilities offer the ability to create monitoring rules, setting up alerts, proactively manage systems to prevent downtime by monitoring different sensors.
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To add a device to TeamViewer IoT, you need to log in to the TeamViewer IoT dashboard under  https://teamviewer-iot.com , click on the  Add device  button.
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Linux based device with ARM5 or ARM7 architecture (like Raspberry Pi). Raspbian is an officially supported operating system.
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Please find the Cloud API documentation for TeamViewer IoT under  https://download.teamviewer-iot.com/docs/cloudapi/index.html .
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TeamViewer is not necessarily needed for using TeamViewer IoT.  The TeamViewer full version is however needed to connect to a device via TeamViewer IoT.
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As TeamViewer IoT is a web-based service, there is no dedicated download of an .exe file available.
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To use the TeamViewer IoT dashboard, go to  https://teamviewer-iot.com , and log in with your account credentials.
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TeamViewer IoT can be used for a  variety of purpose, for example, m onitoring smart buildings to control room temperature and turn on the heating.
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You can activate  Two-Factor Authentication  for your account to provide an additional layer of security to your account.
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Device access is only possible via easy access. This means that access to the devices is only possible via your TeamViewer account.
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When a rule that you have set up is matched or recovered, TeamViewer IoT makes an HTTP/HTTPS request to the URL you have provided for the Webhook.
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On the IoT dashboard, you can only configure Webhook alerts but there is an easy way to let Webhooks trigger further actions like sending an email or sending a notification via your messenger like Telegram by using a service like https://ifttt.com/  After you signed up with Ifttt, click on New Applet to create a new applet:   Set a trigger by clicking on +this Enter Webhooks on the search field and select Webhooks   After confirming, select an Event name for the trigger like alert Then create the trigger and select a service like email   After creating the action, you will see a confirmation, that your Applet is configured, though you now have to configure the webhook and the action (email). So go back to My Applets and switch to the tab Services and configure your Webhooks Then click on Settings to find your Webhook URL like Copy the URL and enter it on your web browser    Remember, our trigger we configured earlier was alert so replace the "{event}" with alert on the URL and you now have the webhook URL, that you enter on the IoT dashboard under Add Rule Congratulations! You have successfully configured your trigger! Don´t forget to go ahead and configure your email account at Ifttt and test the connection by entering the webhook URL on your browser and check your inbox if an email has arrived
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Yes, currently there is a freemium version of TeamViewer IoT available. During the preview phase of TeamViewer IoT can be used as an extended trial at no additional cost.
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TeamViewer IoT uses full encryption. Encryption is based on 2048bit RSA private/public key exchange and 256 Bit AES session encoding.
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