Test the Future of IoT Security
TEST FIVE: Final Test for Now.Real Time Telemetry
Detailed telemetry for all IoT Devices
Connection Time (seen in the graph to the right) represents the time it takes for the device to contact the server and for the server to respond. This is an accurate and valuable metric for evaluating network and device performance.
The graph clearly shows significant variability at times alone with changes over time.
All Beacon devices are registered and inventoried. Dynamic device information is captured such as:
- Sensors (plus parameters)
- Messages (plus definitions)
- Errors (plus solutions)
- Functions (plus parameters)
Static device information is captured such as device manufacture, model, versions, dates, and related support information. Static inventory information along with the device ID is used to track all device telemetry and support history.
Errors, messages, and sensor information are captured with continuity for use in the Health Ecosystem.
Sample of Server Connection Response Telemetry
for a Dell Wyse micro PC with static IP directly on the internet.
Information for helping you access devices
You can access the TPLink router and Micro PC that is on the internet using external IP addresses.
More advanced techniques will be required to access the cameras and Raspberry Pi. You can test your skills with the help of specific device IP addresses and ports provided.
|Device Name||IP Address||Port|
AXIS M3066-V Network Camera
AXIS M3057-PLVE Mk II Network Camera
|Dell Wyse Micro PC||220.127.116.11||80, 9000(lockout)|
|Other Hidden devices|