MQTT – Connect to Mosquitto broker on local Windows machine

To test MQTT on local machine, install Mosquitto MQTT broker on the local machine.

C:\Program Files\mosquitto>mosquitto -v
1556603096: mosquitto version 1.6.0 starting
1556603096: Using default config.
1556603096: Opening ipv6 listen socket on port 1883.
1556603096: Opening ipv4 listen socket on port 1883.

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Using the AT Command Tester tool, connect to the Mosquitto server on the localhost.

Connection request from the AT Command Tester tool is acknowledged by the Mosquitto server.

1556603365: New connection from on port 1883.
1556603365: New client connected from as 5470 (p2, c1, k60).
1556603365: No will message specified.
1556603365: Sending CONNACK to 5470 (0, 0)

Once the connection is up, the MQTT server will periodically respond to clients PING requests.

1556603425: Received PINGREQ from 5470
1556603425: Sending PINGRESP to 5470
1556603485: Received PINGREQ from 5470
1556603485: Sending PINGRESP to 5470
1556603545: Received PINGREQ from 5470
1556603545: Sending PINGRESP to 5470

When the client disconnects, MQTT broker will terminate the connection.

1556603593: Received DISCONNECT from 5470
1556603593: Client 5470 disconnected.

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