From what I can see and tested, the available communication modes of the power meters are as follows. This was tested on the latest firmware version (ATVi.75.98.68@MX1290).

Plain textSecure TLS
MQTTMQTT - YesMQTTS - No
HTTPHTTP - yesHTTPS - only port 443
TCPyesyes


So the only secure way to send data to a server on the internet is by using a raw TLS TCP socket. This is a custom protocol, so one will need to write your own server software. 

Request:
Please add support for MQTTS and HTTPS so that we can use standard server software like Mosquitto, Apache, NGINX, etc. to send data securely via the internet.


PS: someone mentioned they got HTTPS working, but I was not able to do that - https://imeter.club/topic/471
- I stumbled upon a "hidden settings" document that mentions HTTPS will automatically be used if the port is 443 - and only 443.

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Please refer to https://www.iammeter.com/newsshow/blog-fw-features#http-or-https


If you use https ,it only supports the port of  433 now.


From what I can see and tested, the available communication modes of the power meters are as follows. This was tested on the latest firmware version (ATVi.75.98.68@MX1290).Plain textSecure TLSMQTTMQTT - YesMQTTS - NoHTTPHTTP - yesHTTPS - only port 443TCPyesyesSo the only secure way to send data to a server on the internet is by using a raw TLS TCP socket. This is a custom protocol, so one will need to write your own server software. Request:Please add support for MQTTS and HTTPS so that we
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