Re: Dongle Server for Raspberry Pi - configuration instructions
- Hello all,
I have done this and Im looking to manage pass RTL_TCP over the internet.
What is the reason not pass ???
--- In Raspberry_Pi_4-Ham_RADIO@yahoogroups.com, "Philip" wrote:
> Many many thanks for taking the trouble to post these instructions
> Robert...very much apreciated..
> Philip G4JVF
> --- In Raspberry_Pi_4-Ham_RADIO@yahoogroups.com, Robert Nickels wrote:
> I went back over my notes and re-read the Osmocom installation
> instructions and what I've seen elsewhere and have put this sequence
> together for creating a "dongle server" on the Pi.
- On 1/18/2013 9:58 AM, sv5byr wrote:
> I have done this and Im looking to manage pass RTL_TCP over the internet.You're not going to be able to pass 1 or 2 million I/Q samples per
> What is the reason not pass ???
second over the " internet"; the solution I posted only enables you to
send the I/Q data via your personal LAN (i.e. to other devices connected
directly to your router). If you're having trouble doing this, you
may need to configure your router and/or open up the firewall on the
client PC - this depends on the exact combination of hardware and
software you are using. Typical ethernet troubleshooting may be
required - starting with ping to see if the two machines can reach each
other. Also be sure your client SDR application is configured to look
for input from the correct address/port (i.e. the address and port that
is displayed in the rtl_tcp signon message) In SDR# this is done by
selecting RTL-SDR / TCP and entering the address if the Pi using the
73, Bob W9RAN