welcome to the cayenne community @oussama.yadem9. you can follow the tutorial above benny has posted. if you are difficulty somewhere with it, let us know. once you are connected to internet, add a new raspberry pi device to dashboard and run the commands provide, to install cayenne on your raspberry.
thank’s @shramik_salgaonkar for your reponse, but the tutorial you gave me is less rich, can you explain me more clearly (just I want to know how to control my sensors connected with Raspberry pi remotely all over the world through the Cayenne platform)!!
you need to do this:
- have a raspbian stretch install on a fresh SD card.
- connect your pi to the internet either by using an ethernet cable or wifi.
- on cayenne dashboard add a new device by navigating into: add new > device/widgets > raspberry pi > this will open a page where you find the command to install cayenne on your pi.
- run this command on your pi and installation will start (it will take some time).
- once done with the installation the pi will be rebooted and device will added to your pi.
- or you can download cayenne app from app store on your mobile and add the pi from theie.
Unfortunately, that feature is not available in our new Pi Agent 2.0. It seems you are using the old agent. Keep in mind that your device will not work with Cayenne after July 1st. You need to upgrade to Agent 2.0.
See this: Raspberry Pi Agent 2.0
Good morning @acedeno
so what are you proposing !!
i want to control raspberry pi (sensors that are related with raspberry pi) with cayenne all over the world via the internet!
Remote Access not visible
you can try any one of this https://www.raspberrypi.org/documentation/remote-access/ but they are on local network.
Hi @oussama.yadem9 , you can still continue to do so. You can add all your sensors to Cayenne, control and see widgets all over the world. Your Pi will still connect to Cayenne (assuming you upgrade to Agent 2.0). So nothing really changes in that regard. What you won’t be able to do is access the Pi interface through Cayenne dashboard.
You’ll have to use an alternative method like @shramik_salgaonkar points out above. I personally use Windows Remote desktop and putty.
can you give me all the details of your work on Windows Remote Desktop and Putty.
First setup up SSH on pi https://www.raspberrypi.org/documentation/remote-access/ssh/README.md
and then install putty https://www.raspberrypi.org/documentation/remote-access/ssh/windows.md
Then what should I do?
you have everything in those two links. what more you want?
using the cayenne interface i want to control my sensors that are connected with raspberry pi any place in the world.
your solution just to access the raspberry pi office not to the sensors data like cayenne.
the purpose of my project pretty clear just: cayenne <===> web (all over the world not a local network) <====> raspberry pi ++ sensors
Can you give me an example about what you mean by control the sensor.
You don’t have to do anything special. The nice thing about Cayenne is that it just works like that out of the box!
i don"t undertand you !
I’m not sure what you are asking for