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Download the attached .zip file and extract into apps/snip.
Modify wifi_config_dct.h with credentials for your WiFi AP.
Modify the HUBNAME, DEVICENAME, and SASTOKEN fields with credentials from your Azure IoT Hub. The SAS token has the format: SharedAccessSignature sr=<devicehubname>.azure-devices.net%2fdevices%2f<deviceid>&sig=<signature>&se=<expiry>
As of SDK 3.7.0, TLS v1.1 is needed to connect to IIS servers. This workaround is temporary and should be patched in the next SDK release.
Open the file <WICEDSDK>/WICED/security/BESL/host/WICED/tls_cipher_suites.c Change
tls_version_num_t tls_maximum_version = TLS1_2;
tls_version_num_t tls_maximum_version = TLS1_1;
Compile and run the app with the target "snip.azure_https_client-<platform> download run"
Open Device Explorer to the "Data" tab and start monitoring for data or follow the instructions for iothub-explorer to monitor device-to-cloud messages