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From artnaseef <...@artnaseef.com>
Subject Re: Receiving over IP and port using TCP
Date Tue, 21 Oct 2014 20:47:00 GMT
If you want a "raw TCP/IP" connection, then it needs some type of protocol -
even if home-grown.

Perhaps you could use Camel's Mina connector to implement what you want. 
Otherwise, you'll likely want a service that interfaces between the m2m
devices and ActiveMQ.  The latter is the path I would seriously consider
unless this is just for a test environment, prototype, or something else
that does not need to be production-grade.

If you can get a STOMP client to run on the m2m device, perhaps that's a
good alternative.

Actually, back to the original concern, is there a reason the m2m device
cannot use an ActiveMQ connection?



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