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Enabling Secure Communication

There are several connections used by Avalanche that must be secured. They include:

Smart device server. To secure the connection between smart devices and the smart device server. This step is mandatory if you connect Android or iOS devices to Avalanche. For more information, see Importing a Certificate for the Smart Device Server.

Web console. To secure the connection between the Avalanche Web Console and the Avalanche web server. This step is mandatory if you use Android Enterprise. For more information, see Accessing the Web Console Over an HTTPS Connection.

Central File Store. To secure the connection between Avalanche and the Central File Store. This step is mandatory if you use the Central File Store. For more information, see Using the Central File Store.

iOS devices. iOS devices require an APNS certificate to communicate with the smart device server. For more information, see Obtaining an APNS Certificate for iOS.

Android devices. Android devices can use Firebase Cloud Messaging (FCM) to establish communication with the smart device server. FCM is required for Android Enterprise. For more information, see Configuring FCM for Android.

Remote control. To secure the connection between the remote control servers and devices. This step is mandatory if you use remote control. For more information, see Using Remote Control.

For information about obtaining SSL certificates for the smart device server, the web console, the Central File Store, and remote control, see Obtaining SSL Certificates.


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