[arm-allstar] Supermon working locally but not from web
Bryan St Clair
bryan at k6cbr.us
Mon Jan 1 13:11:14 EST 2018
It works, I do this myself for several applications. Allstar is just one.
Allmon2 and supermon work perfectly.
The translation happens in the router.
On Jan 1, 2018 03:14, Andy KB7B via arm-allstar <arm-allstar at hamvoip.org>
Sorry, but I disagree with this. I found when accessing a friends node with
allmon2 and supermon, the local and remote port numbers had to be the same.
Port translation works with http, but I could not get it to work with
> On Jan 1, 2018, at 2:55 AM, Bryan St Clair via arm-allstar <
arm-allstar at hamvoip.org> wrote:
> Supermon is via http. So port 80.
> Setup your router to accept a different port, say 8282 and send the data
> your local node ip, port 80.
> Public:8282 -> Local:80
> On Dec 31, 2017 17:36, chris novara via arm-allstar <
arm-allstar at hamvoip.org>
>> First off, thanks to Doug and others who’ve worked with my learning curve
>> so far!
>> I have supermon working locally!
>> How do I set this up for viewing from public static IP ?
>> Tried to forward port 5038 and access with public ip:5038/supermon with
>> Looked in supermon document and don’t see instructions
>> Remote ssh works great with appropriate port and credentials.
>> Thanks allot gents!
>> Chris Novara
>> Phone: 541-778-1175
>> Eugene, Oregon
>> Email-Chris at redcrosscommunications.org
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