EDIT: I should also add that I am not able to get any of the postman snippets to generate the function that the postman itself generates. Any help would be greatly appreciated. At this point I am just trying to proof out the fact that I can generate the GET request by some means other than postman.
You will have to excuse my inexperience. I am working to get a REST GET from my emulated NEST. I am able to get the desired GET response when using postman per the NEST developers tutorial. however, when I attempt to utilize the GET request from a ESP32 I am unable to connect. more precisely the HTTPSecureClient on the ESP32 is not able to connect to the following section always returns -11 or (not connected):
if (!client.connect(temp, 443))
Serial.println(“Connected to server!”);
I do not see this being an issue with the esp32 as I am able to complete other HTTPS GET request for other environments that are not NEST related. (also, i’ve tried a number of different host configurations i.e. https://developer-api.nest.com, developer-api.nest.com, 126.96.36.199, etc with no luck).
Again I am very new to this so any detailed help would be greatly appreciated.