The Aruba EnOcean Gateway service provides an interface to Aruba Access Points (APs) which have been enabled with EnOcean functionality by the addition of an EnOcean USB transceiver.
Communication between this service and the APs is via the Web-sockets protocol over the same TCP/IP network that the APs use for connectivity.
Each AP needs to be authorised to send and receive data from a MobiusFlow instance, and once connected the Aruba EnOcean Gateway service will create a virtual service representing the AP.
More than one instance of this service is allowed, but the web-sockets port must be unique.
If checked this service is enabled and may be started either manually or automatically on boot. The default is checked.
Run At Start
If checked this service will start running automatically when the device boots up. For most services this should be checked. The default is checked.
All of the settings below the raw JSON switch are service dependent. They are stored on the device in the JSON format but for ease of use, most services provide a simple custom user interface for configuring the required custom settings. Advanced users may choose to directly edit the JSON. Setting the raw JSON switch to true will hide the custom user interface and show the settings in JSON format. Setting the switch back to false will once again show the custom user interface.
Description of this service. This is a text field and can be left blank.
The TCP/IP port that the Aruba EnOcean Gateway service will listen on for incoming connections from APs. You must make sure that this port is open on the firewall for incoming connections.
The recommended value is 8000 but any valid free port may be used.
The Authorised APs section is where you add any APs that you want to connect to this gateway. You must add an entry for each device you want to authorise.
Click on the light blue + button to add a new entry.
Click on a red X button to remove an entry.
You can use the up and down arrows to re-order the entries.
Description of this AP. This is a text field and can be left blank.
Enter a Mobius service ID (SID) for the virtual service that is created when this device connects. In order to prevent clashes with configured services we recommend that you start at SID F01.
As with all Mobius service IDs, this is a three digit hex number, should be entered in uppercase, and must be unique for this gateway.
AP MAC ID
Enter the MAC ID of the AP. This should be six pairs of hexadecimal digits separated by colons.
The token is used for message authentication and must match the token entered into the AP. You can enter any text string but try to make it difficult to guess!