send signals to pybytes via LTE
Hello, I need to send data from my FiPy to Pybytes via NB-IoT (LTE) and I just know how to do it via wifi. As I do not have wifi in the location of the measurements, it's necessary to get the connection via LTE. The LTE network is configured in Pybytes for each device, but I just get sending signals via wifi (see capture below).
@goldfishalpha thanks for your reply
I need to change the order of network preferences:
- pybytes.set_config('network_preferences', ["lte", "wifi"])
Looks like they have some convenience functions for pybytes..
Around half way down the page https://docs.pycom.io/pybytes/api/ you'll see..
Connect to Pybytes using LTE and the settings from the configuration file.
It seems that the LTE connection is correct but still receiving via WiFi, even if I disable WiFi network in configuration.
I don't use pybytes but presumabley you'd start by trying to replace the code refernecing the WiFi/WLAN module with LTE the module: https://docs.pycom.io/firmwareapi/pycom/network/lte/
The actual connection will probably be a socket (usocket module): https://docs.pycom.io/firmwareapi/micropython/usocket/
Whether you use pybytes or your own server, it's (presumably) just an IP connection up the server.