5. View edge status - Edge Finder#
Edge Finder v2.7.0
5.1. View the list of edges#
Use the Edge Finder to see if an edge is online or to see real-time data being transmitted from the edge to the intdash server.
The edge list can be reordered and filtered. See View the list of edges for more information.
When you send data using the iOS application intdash Motion, an edge account with the same name as your user name (or in some cases "<username>_edge") is automatically created and the data is sent using that edge account.
The items displayed in the edge list screen are as follows.
The connection status is determined by the presence or absence of communication with intdash. It may take about 15 seconds for the latest connection status to be reflected on the screen.
When you change the order, search for a string, or specify a filter, the URL of the current list is displayed in the address bar of the web browser. By bookmarking this URL, you can view the list using the same search criteria.
5.2. Check traffic#
Click [Traffic] in the Edge Finder to view the data being transmitted from the edge to the intdash server in real time.
Only the data timestamp, ID, type, channel, count, and some payload can be seen here.
Use this function when you want to check the communication between the edge and the intdash server. For data visualization, use Visual M2M Data Visualizer.
5.2.1. Edge traffic screen#
The "Count" on the traffic screen is the number of data received after the display starts.
You can sort the list by ID, type, or channel.
Click the line on the traffic screen to display the traffic of that data ID.
5.2.2. Traffic screen by data ID#
On the traffic screen by data ID, up to 50 most recent time-series data of that ID are displayed.
You can view the payload details by opening the details screen.
The display of the detail screen depends on the data type.
If the data includes latitude and longitude, a map will be displayed.
If the data type is JPEG, the image will be displayed.
If the data type is General Sensor, numbers are displayed.
For other data types, binary data is displayed as 0s and 1s.