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  1. Create a LoopEdge Model by selecting the MQTT plain TCP connection. See Create a Device Model.
    Note that the model's JASON schema includes a remote network parameter.

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    {
      "mqttHostName": "%MQTT_HOST%",
      "mqttTcpPort": "%MQTT_TCP_PORT%",
      "mqttUserName": "%MQTT_USERNAME%",
      "mqttPassword": "%MQTT_PASSWORD%",
      "mqttClientId": "%MQTT_CLIENT_ID%",
      "mqttReqTopicName": "%MQTT_REQ_TOPIC%",
      "mqttRespTopicName": "%MQTT_RESP_TOPIC%",
      "mqttDataTopicName": "%MQTT_DATA_TOPIC%",
      "remoteNetwork": "%REMOTE_NETWORK%"
    }


  2. From the LoopEdge model, create a LoopEdge Device. See Add a Device from a Model.
  3. In the LoopCloud navigation panel, go to Device Mgmt > Devices to view the newly created device in the list.
  4. In the device's Action list, click Status and select Activate.

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    This one-time-only code is valid for only 60 seconds. Be sure to take the following LoopEdge steps immediately.


  5. In the Activation Code pop-up, click the  icon to copy the code to the clipboard.

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  1. In the LoopEdge navigation panel, go to System > Device Management.
  2. Under Cloud Activation, paste the activation code that is in the clipboard and click Activate.

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    A LoopEdge DataHub Cloud Connector automatically gets created, but is disabled by default.

  3. In the navigation panel, go to DataHub.

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  4. In the Cloud Connector's Actions list, select Enable.
  5. In the navigation panel, go to System > Remote Access.
    A network card shows the activated network.

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Configure a Loop Network for Remote Access to LoopEdge
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