A routing describes a rule by which data can be sent or received. Routing can be compared to a street for specific message formats. Output can be transported using this street (routing). The following applies: Without a routing between two end points, no messages can be exchanged and a routing (street) must be created for each message format. Routing can only be created if the corresponding capabilities for sending/receiving between two end points are available.
For a new routing, first determine whether the end point should send or receive something. With a click on one of the two tabs “Send to” or “Receive from”, which you will find after clicking on all endpoints in your control center, you will reach the respective overview of the routings, where you can create a new routing by clicking on the plus symbol.
Apart from the recipient, you have to select the appropriate information type. You can only select the information types that the respective end point can send and the receiving end point can receive. The telemetry parameter categories allow an even more precise definition of which types of parameter data are to be transmitted. You can select from over 600 different values of telemetry data, which are divided into 12 categories (groups) of telemetry parameters. These include, for example, the speed of a machine or the GPS geo-coordinates. An overview is possible here:
The “Send To” tab contains all rules in which the currently selected endpoint acts as sender and the “Receive From” tab contains all rules in which the currently selected endpoint acts as receiver.
It can take up to five minutes for newly set or deleted routings to take effect.