Id like some clarification of my understanding about data transfer and the particle api.
When sending or receiving data, we have web hooks which I believe ALWAYS goes through the particle api and is subject to bandwidth limiting.
There is also an example of a Serial to IP convertor (serial uart over the internet) which uses TCP client and server objects.
Does the data transfer using these objects also go through the particle api or is the photon then communicating DIRECT to the remote application or service?
Notably, I can communicate to the photon locally using its local ip address given by my router, using putty for example. But to connect to it remotely at a distance, we need it’s real internet address, which we can get from say dyndns. Hopefully avoiding particle api and bandwidth issues.?