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Hey guys,  i was starting to explore the rut 955, just wanted to know the best way to trigger the relay in RUT 955 through a webpage.  I know that we can do it via the public ip address, and use the http webrequests. Is there any other way that my webpage can talk to the RUT955?

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Hi,

There are a couple of ways to do it:

1. In the WebUI you can find a page called ON/OFF

https://wiki.teltonika-networks.com/view/RUT955_Input/Output#ON.2FOFF

2. You can send SMS through SMS Utilities to switch the output:

3. Manage them using POST/GET:

You can use POST/GET requests to manage your outputs, it can be used not only with Public IP, but also within local network, using 192.168.1.1 (your router LAN IP).

4. Using Modbus to set the values of your outputs:

If you use Modbus you can not only change the states of the outputs but also other important values or parameters of your router.

https://wiki.teltonika-networks.com/view/RUT955_Modbus

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Hey Thanks for your reply !

But, i am trying to connect it through LTE. SO basically my router will be somewhere in the field, and im trying to trigger the relays in the router using my webpage. My ISP says they dont give shared ip's but in my teltonika my wan shows a private ip. Sometimes when i reboot i get a public ip, but the ip which shows in the wan is different to the whatsmyip.com . So i cant connect through the ip address. Will VPN provide a way for access through the http web requests? if so please tell me how. Any help is appreciated!
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Yes, VPN will do the trick, but you will still need at least one site with public IP. So let's say you're out somewhere in some kind of working site and it has public IP. Then you can create a VPN server on that site and connect the Teltonika router as a client to that server.

But if you don't have a Public IP - you can always look one of our services called RMS.

https://teltonika-networks.com/lt/product/rms/

This way you will be able to access your routers and devices without needing Public IP - and with no additional confusing configurations.

EB.
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So basically i will only control the relays from the office and not from outside. Is there any examples on how to remotely access the GUI through the VPN. Sorry i'm very new to this.

Thanks a lot EB.
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If you wish to know which VPNs are good for your use-case, please read this:

https://wiki.teltonika-networks.com/view/RUT955_VPN

Still, you will need a Public IP, without it there's no way you can initiate a tunnel.

EB.
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Hey sorry,

So are you telling that we need just a public ip from the server side for the router to connect?
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Yes, you will need an external address (Public IP) for your clients to reach "something", in this case it's your server.

EB.
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Thanks a lot