This is a step by step guide on how to configure your JAALEE BT-Gateway to send packets via HTTP(S) requests to uBeac Hook.
A Caveat – You will need an Apple IoS Phone or Tablet to configure your Gateway. We successfully downloaded JAALEE’s ebeacon application on Android, but the BT-Gateway will NOT show up on an Android device.
- Refer to our “Get Your UBEAC Endpoint Guide” to begin: www.momentaj.com/getting-your-ubeac-hook-and-viewing-data
- Find a Paper Clip.
- Download the eBeacon application in the App Store.
- Plug in your JAALEE BT-Gateway using the supplied USB Cable and flip the device over to find a small hole within which is a reset botton
- Insert the end of your paperclip into the hole and perform a long press for 3 seconds. The light on your BT-Gateway should turn yellow (ours, however, turned blue- still worked). You will then have 45 seconds to begin the configuration process using the application on your phone.
- Within the eBeacon app, scan for nearby Bluetooth devices and click on the BT-Gateway icon in the bottom menu.
- Click on the BT-Gateway name to be directed to a new menu.
- Click on “WIFI Conn”.
- Populate the SSID field with the name of your WiFi network.
- Populate the Password field with your WiFi password.
- Click “Configure” and return to the previous menu.
- Click on “Server Configure”.
- Populate the Server/Host IP with hook.ubeac.com
- Populate the Request Path with /YOURKEY
- Populate the Request Port field with 80.
- Click “Configure”
- You must exit the application before the changes will take effect.
- Return to your UBEAC URL and observe the redirected data.
- Each POST is expandable by clicking on the Green “Post” button.
If you have any questions regarding the JAALEE set-up process, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org