Getting started with LWM2M
Lightweight M2M is a communication protocol from the Open Mobile Alliance built to provide a link between a device equipped with a LWM2M agent and LWM2M-enabled servers. IoT Portal . Once the LWM2M device is created, it is possible to connect the LWM2M device. Before you start to create an LWM2M device you need to have the necessary Thing definition and Device Profile. This section explains you the step-by-step process to get started with an LWM2M thing.
1. Creating your IoT Portal Account
You need to create your Management Portal
user account. For more information on inviting and adding a user, see Inviting a user.
2. Creating a Thing definition
3. Creating your LWM2M Thing
To create your LWM2M device in the IoT Portal, see Creating LWM2M thing.
4. Connecting your LWM2M device
To get connected, the IoT Portal verifies if the URL, endpoint, identity, and PSK matches the values in the Portal before it provides access to the LWM2M device. For more information, see Connecting LWM2M device to IoT Portal
5. Interact with Object browser
LWM2M offers object interface to directly interact with the device objects. For instance you will be able to update a device's firmware directly from the Object browser.
6. Creating LWM2M Device Profile
LWM2M Device Profile defines the desired behavior for the device within the portal as it relates to bootstrapping, registration, registration update, observation of different Object/Instance/Resources, FOTA settings and bindings of the Object/Instance/Resources to Thing attributes and properties to be represented in the portal. It is possible to share the Device Profiles with multiple Things or can be created for one specific a Thing.
7. Bootstrapping your device
Bootstrap server is a server that is contacted by the client during its first boot-up or every boot up. Its only purpose is to initialize the data model, including connections to regular LWM2M Servers.