I have listed a few free public and private MQTT brokers that you can use for testing or prototyping.
Private MQTT Broker: In a private broker, only devices that you set can publish and subscribe to the topics on the broker. You should use this for production & prototyping.
Public MQTT Broker: In a public broker, any device can publish and subscribe to topics on the broker. There is no privacy. Public brokers should never be used in production. If you simply want to learn or play around with MQTT then use this.
If you want to install your own broker on your computer or virtual machine see this:
Installing Mosquitto Broker ob Ubuntu/Windows/Debian
The information in the tables were last updated on April 7th 2020.
Public MQTT Brokers
Private MQTT Brokers
5 Best MQTT Clients For Testing
hello Maulin Tolia,
The information you provided here is very useful to me. i started IOT things some days back only. iam trying to set my own mqtt server ,plese help how can i do that
Hey…I know its kinda late but any luck with the broker?? I can help if u’re keen. cheers.
Saher, i need your some help
i wan to deploy Moquette mqtt server in my android smartphone. let me know what should i do for that
You can use the free public MQTT 5.0 broker which is provided by EMQ X(https://www.emqx.io).
TCP Port: 1883
Websocket Port: 8083
TCP/TLS Port: 8883
Websocket/TLS Port: 8084
Added it. Thanks!