Logging data sent to URL by an IoT device through HTTPS


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I have an IoT device that can send data to provided URLs through HTTPS and I want to see what that (raw) data looks like. My knowledge of networks and protocols is limited and I am not sure what I should be looking for.

Initially, I wanted to check the data locally (localhost), but that seems complicated because of the HTTPS used by the device. But I have an AWS Lightsail instance with public IP that supports HTTPS, so I thought I could use it if possible.

Now the question is, how to configure it (or whatever else that would work best) to receive the data and where shall I expect this data to come in? (in other words how to access to it? I expect it to be a csv-like text).


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