Ivanti Neurons settings
The settings on the Host > Ivanti Neurons tab are to establish the settings for an MQTT server, usually Ivanti Neurons for IIoT. When you use the fields on this tab to configure the MQTT settings, the password is obfuscated in the .wldep file.
•Username and password. The username and password to authenticate to the MQTT server. For Ivanti Neurons for IIoT, we recommend using an account that has a Device role and the username should be in the format:
•Protocol. The protocol that the MQTT server is using.
•Address. The address of the MQTT server.
•Port. The port to use to connect to the MQTT server.
•Collect Wi-Fi events. Have the Velocity client track Wi-Fi events such as disconnects and send the data to the Ivanti Neurons for IIoT server.
•Show forms in the Velocity client. When the Velocity client is configured to connect to the Ivanti Neurons for IIoT server, the business process automation forms that are created and published are available to users. Information submitted using the forms is sent to the Ivanti Neurons for IIoT server, where you can build flows to process the information or send it to other recipients.
When the Forms library is available to device users, it appears in the Shortcuts Menu in the client.
•Retrieve certificate. The Console connects to the MQTT server on the provided address and port and retrieves the certificate for the server. If the Console can connect to the server, the certificate (or certificate chain) is automatically added to the Security tab and is distributed to devices as part of the host profile. This step is not necessary if the server has a certificate from a trusted Certificate Authority.