Ive setup the MQTT Embedded Broker but cant connect to it with MQQTLens.
Tried from that machine, and from other machines in the network - no luck.
I’ve changed the port to 555 just to make sure - no luck.
As You can see it has opened a port, but to localhost, not 0.0.0.0? What am i missing?
On which system does OH run and which versions?
What embedded broker? I only found this infos
Do you happen to know more about this, e.g. the status of development, conceptual changes (ref. the Exec binding controversy, :-)), etc.
“It does not provide MQTT broker functionality …”
What embedded broker?
But I think it is quite experimental and I haven’t seen any docs for it yet.
@Milika_Delic, I would stick with mosquitto in the mean time
Ahh, another app on the home server them, plus mosquito is a pain to install on win32
I have tried to get the
Embedded MQTT Broker binding to work this weekend but the mqtt broker only accepts connection from the localhost. Looking at the code I found that he accepts only connection from
The code must be updated with
"0.0.0.0" to accept remote connections!
because I was not able to compile the jar file, I managed to patch it after I could connect with “mosquitto_sub” from different computer. Does anybody knows where I can post an issue?
It was introduced in 2.3.0 PaperUI>Misc so it’s been around a while now. It’s a shame that there is no documentation. I can get MQTT Fx to connect to it but can’t get it to function so gave up.
How can I patch it?
And will the patch be “upgrade proof”?
Thanks. I plan on moving from external broker to internal one to have “all pieces” together.
As far as I could check, it already should be in the new snapshots.
Edit : Just checked with my running openHAB 2.4 Milestone 3 system and can confirm tha I could connect to the embedded broker from another machine.