Sigfox Backend - Adding Error Callback To Monitor Change In Availability Of Known Base Stations
Adding Error Callbacks to a specific device type gives you more visibility whenever there is an outage in a base station where your device has connected previously.
Setting up this Error Callback is done in very simple steps:
- Go to Device Type
- Then on the left-side tab, click Callbacks.
- Click New.
- Fill in the necessary info as follows, and click OK.
- And that's it, once its setup you will be alerted when one of your devices in this device type detects an outage in one of the base station where it previously connected.
Hope this helps!
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