IoT-supported registered claims

The following table lists the optional public registered claims that you can encode and transmit as the payload of a JSON web token (JWT).

Supported public registered claims
Claim name Description
nbf Identifies the time before which the token is not accepted for processing. The client’s current date and time must be later than or equal to the not-before date and time listed in the nbf claim.

The clock skew amount specifies the allowed time difference between the server and client clocks when validating the nbf claim, is set to 10 seconds.

exp Identifies the expiration time when the token is no longer accepted for processing. The client’s current date and time must be earlier than the expiration date and time listed in the exp claim.

The clock skew amount specifies the allowed time difference between the server and client clocks when validating the exp claim. It's set to 10 seconds.

iat Identifies the time of issuing the JWT. This value is specified in numeric date format. For example, 1/1/2020, 1-1-2020, or 1.1.2020