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We're lacking quite a bit of data, but let's run a few numbers. If each message is about 1000 bytes, then 10K * 1000 * 8 / 2 = 40 Mbit/s. Not even considering the Wi-Fi part, that's quite a lot of upstream bandwidth. If each message is closer to 10 K bytes (quite possible if yous end each message as its own HTTPS request without keepalives or TLS session ...


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I have finally resolved the issue. I have used ngork to create virtual tunnel. I tried to use ngork earlier but was unable as I was running the service on port 80. When I ran the nrogk http service on port 443, I was able to access the NextCloud server using the domain name shown on the ssh terminal. NextCloud uses port 80 for http and 443 for https. I am ...


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All your devices are opening persistent connections out to the cloud. They will be using a messaging based protocol (e.g. MQTT) rather than a request/response protocol like HTTP. Messages flow both ways over these types of protocols, with the bulbs updating the cloud with their current state and the cloud sending commands to change state.


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