[arm-allstar] Use SuperMon outside of Local Network
neilmooney at live.co.uk
Thu Jan 18 05:49:51 EST 2018
Please remember that the username and password system to log into Supermon is very easily bypassed so adding a strong password won't help you prevent someone from logging in. The same is true for Allmon2 which supermon is based on.
From: arm-allstar <arm-allstar-bounces at hamvoip.org> on behalf of "Bryan St Clair via arm-allstar" <arm-allstar at hamvoip.org>
Sent: 17 January 2018 17:10:48
To: ARM Allstar
Cc: Bryan St Clair
Subject: Re: [arm-allstar] Use SuperMon outside of Local Network
This is done via your router.
I suggest you configure a port (like 8182 or 8800 - pick something unused
in the 8000-8999 range.) that is unusual for accessing the supermon http
page. Of course have a strong username and password setup for admin
You will set the router to forward the desired port to your local node ip
Config is like this: publicIP:8282 -> localIP:80
Example 18.104.22.168:8282 -> 192.168.1.3:80
Keep in mind, opening this access has the typical security risks. Allowing
someone to gain access to this page could be dangerous to your node and
network. If desired further access restrictions could be added if
available on your router.
I have this setup for my node as well as it being linked to outside network
nodes (for on stopping management) it works perfectly. I picked random
ports for http access as well as a different port for allstar management.
On Jan 17, 2018 07:59, Maurice Dake via arm-allstar <arm-allstar at hamvoip.org>
> I have SuperMon set up so I can access my server while on my local
> network. How do I set it up so I can access my server when using SuperMon
> when not at home?
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