This article applies to all TeamViewer IoT users.
To install the TeamViewer IoT agent on the remote device, follow this guide. Make sure to repeat these steps on every device you want to monitor with TeamViewer IoT.
Note: Token ID is only valid for 120 seconds. If you need to get the token again, use sudo teamviewer-iot-agent-config -t.
Note: The device will also be added to your TeamViewer Computers & Contacts list.
Activate Operating System Monitoring
TeamViewer IoT comes with a pre-configured monitor for monitoring the operating system of the IoT device. You can use this monitor to keep track of the following device operating system metrics:
To activate this operating system monitor, you will need to run the following command on the remote device:
sudo teamviewer-iot-mon-agent-config start
When enabled, you see operating system specific metrics in the TeamViewer IoT web interface under the Metrics tab. For more information, see https://community.teamviewer.com/t5/IoT-Knowledge-Base/Getting-started-with-TeamViewer-IoT-Cloud-UI/....
To disable operating system monitoring, run the following command on the remote device:
sudo teamviewer-iot-mon-agent-config stop
De-provision Agent and remove from dashboard
To de-provision the TeamViewer IoT agent from the remote device, run the de-provisioning command
sudo teamviewer-iot-agent-config -u
in the command prompt of the remote device. Sensors and metrics on the dashboard will be automatically deleted.
Alternatively, you can delete the device from your Computer & Contacts list. This will result in the same behavior as the de-provisioning command.