Smart Gateway Setup

The Smart Gateway user interface is simular to the WiFi Gateway with tabs for Setup, and MQTT configurations and a tab showing the list of sensors being processed. There is a new tab Network Details to allow setting a Static IP address, rebooting the Gateway and Shutdown the Gateway.

It is strongly recommended to do a Shudown when the Gateway is needed tobe powered off to insure best results when powering back on.

To start, the Smart Gateway (Gateway) gets its power from the Ethernet interface. When plugged into a POE port it can take 30-40 seconds to initialize, then it will activate a local WiFi Network. To get it online you will connect to the Gateway WiFi.

Gateway WiFi Network name is; JRFGateway

The Password is WiFirelay

Open you browser and go to the network

There you will see the normal Setup Details to connect to a WiFi network.

This is the default Setup Details tab you will see if you press Reset. If you are not sending data to the server, it is recommended to blank out the Server line and click Save. This will prevent the Gateway from thinking the messages are not being sent and wail untill the connection is active.

If you do not want to use WiFi select the Network tab as seen in picture blow:

Here you can set the network information to get on to the local network.

The DNS filed can have mutiple DNS addresses, this example shows two with a space between them.

When changing Network settings the Gateway will need to do a reboot to make them active. It will do  when you press Save. The process to reboot  is scheduled automatically and a message in the upper left will tell you how long it will take.

The Date/Time is used to set the local time. On power up it will show a UTC time stamp when it was last shutdown.

The same scheduling process is used to Reboot or Shutdown the Gateway. Here is a message example for Shutdown:

The Sensor List is not operational at this time:

The last tab is the MQTT Details tab. It is functional the same as the WiFi Gateway:

This example shows the default Jemrf MQTT Broker settings. It is configured to send data in SparkplugBv1 format and is enabled showing Status Connected to the MQTT broker.

The Reset Command, resets all the fields to JemRF defaults using the JemRF Broker.