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Configuration update via API

If your Gateway is password protected, you can configure the Gateway to allow you to update the configuration on it programmatically using bearer authentication.
On the "Access Settings" page, enable full access using bearer authentication and set the API-key:
If your Gateway is password protected and bearer authentication is not configured, you can still access the Gateway by using the 'RUUVISESSION' cookie from your browser. Open the configuration wizard in your browser and authenticate with the password, then open 'Developer Tools' in your browser, then open URL 'http://<RUUVI_GW_IP>/ruuvi.json'. In 'Developer Tools', open the 'Network' tab, select the 'Headers' sub-tab and locate the "RUUVISESSION" cookie:
Please note that you can only access the Gateway using the cookie from the same PC as the browser used for authentication.

Examples

Getting configuration from the Gateway

In the following examples, the gateway configuration is stored in the 'ruuvi.json' file.
  • The Gateway is remotely configurable without a password:
curl -v http://<RUUVI_GW_IP>/ruuvi.json --output ruuvi.json
  • The Gateway is remotely configurable using a bearer token:
curl -v http://<RUUVI_GW_IP>/ruuvi.json
-H "Authorization: Bearer 1SDrQH1FkH+pON0GsSjt2gYeMSP02uYqfuu7LWdaBvY="
--output ruuvi.json
  • Using a cookie from the browser to access the Gateway:
curl -v http://<RUUVI_GW_IP>/ruuvi.json
--cookie "RUUVISESSION=SEUFTNJMCZASBWUO"
--output ruuvi.json

Uploading configuration to the Gateway

To upload the configuration from the "./ruuvi.json" file:
  • The Gateway is remotely configurable without a password:
curl -v http://<RUUVI_GW_IP>/ruuvi.json
-H "Content-Type: application/json"
-d @./ruuvi.json
  • The Gateway is remotely configurable using a bearer token:
curl -v http://<RUUVI_GW_IP>/ruuvi.json
-H "Content-Type: application/json"
-H "Authorization: Bearer 1SDrQH1FkH+pON0GsSjt2gYeMSP02uYqfuu7LWdaBvY="
-d @./ruuvi.json
  • Using a cookie from the browser to access the Gateway:
curl -v http://<RUUVI_GW_IP>/ruuvi.json
-H "Content-Type: application/json"
--cookie "RUUVISESSION=SEUFTNJMCZASBWUO"
-d @./ruuvi.json

Disabling all data relay interfaces

These examples show how to disable relaying data to the Ruuvi cloud, custom HTTP(S) server and MQTT.
  • The Gateway is remotely configurable without a password:
curl -v -X POST http://ruuvigateway9c2c.local/ruuvi.json
-H "Content-Type: application/json"
-d '{"use_http_ruuvi":false, "use_http":false, "use_mqtt":false}'
  • The Gateway is remotely configurable using a bearer token:
curl -v -X POST http://ruuvigateway9c2c.local/ruuvi.json
-H "Content-Type: application/json"
-H "Authorization: Bearer 1SDrQH1FkH+pON0GsSjt2gYeMSP02uYqfuu7LWdaBvY="
-d '{"use_http_ruuvi":false, "use_http":false, "use_mqtt":false}'
  • Using a cookie from the browser to access the Gateway:
curl -v -X POST http://ruuvigateway9c2c.local/ruuvi.json
-H "Content-Type: application/json"
--cookie "RUUVISESSION=SEUFTNJMCZASBWUO"
-d '{"use_http_ruuvi":false, "use_http":false, "use_mqtt":false}'

Uploading network configuration

Note: The network settings must be uploaded separately from the main Gateway configuration.
Example of "ruuvi.json" with the network settings (See Gateway configuration):
{
"wifi_sta_config": {
"ssid": "",
"password": ""
},
"wifi_ap_config": {
"password": "",
"channel": 1
},
"use_eth": true,
"eth_dhcp": true,
"eth_static_ip": "",
"eth_netmask": "",
"eth_gw": "",
"eth_dns1": "",
"eth_dns2": ""
}
The network configuration must contain the use_eth key and the main Gateway configuration must not.