[arm-allstar] Address to use SuperMon away from home network
wa3dsp at gmail.com
Sun Jan 28 13:17:29 EST 2018
A few points....
Supermon and allmon are http applications and for them to work
externally requires that port 80 tcp be forwarded in your router. Some
providers do not allow outgoing port 80 from their customers although this
is much less common than it use to be. If that is the case the http port
can be changed in the apache configuration.
In order to reach your system from a remote location you need to use the
public IP address assigned to you by your provider. This is most often a
dynamic address meaning it can change. You could check it using your
allstar with a command - dns-query <yournode> The problem is is could
change. The answer is to use a free Dyndns so that you address your home
system by a domain name rather than an IP address. This domain name is then
converted to an IP address which follows any changes that might happen to
All that being said be aware that the current allmon and supermon programs
of any version are extremely insecure. It is very simple for a hacker to
get into your system and your network if you open up ports to either of
these programs. We are working on a fix for that and it should be out in an
update very soon. Until then I would NOT recommend opening your system to
remote allmon or supermon.
On Sun, Jan 28, 2018 at 12:58 PM, "Maurice Dake via arm-allstar" <
arm-allstar at hamvoip.org> wrote:
> What address do I use to connect to my home node using SuperMon when away
> from my home network? I’ve tried to use the address listed in the Allstar
> registration but that doesn’t go any where.
> arm-allstar mailing list
> arm-allstar at hamvoip.org
> Visit the BBB and RPi2/3 web page - http://hamvoip.org
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