[arm-allstar] Supermon

Doug Crompton wa3dsp at gmail.com
Thu Mar 7 11:24:06 EST 2019


 You didn't mention this but if you have it at a different site outside of
your LAN you need to forward port 5038 in the router at the remote site.
The manager.conf file there must also have its bind address set to
like this -

;bindaddr =   ; Local interface
bindaddr =    ; Not secure

This is also a security risk so you should set up a firewall rule when you
open the port. All of this is described in the howto at hamvoip.org  If you
have any further questions let me know.

*73 Doug*


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On Thu, Mar 7, 2019 at 11:16 AM "Glenn via ARM-allstar" <
arm-allstar at hamvoip.org> wrote:

> Morning Doug....
> Need a little help with Supermon...I have 4 nodes on my local LAN and
> Supermon list them all and they all connect toe the asterisk manager...
> I moved one of the nodes out to and repeater site...and got it connected
> to the internet and it has a different ipaddress. I got it working with
> the correct port forwarding. I put the new ipaddress for the node in
> place of the old LAN IP address of the node. But Supermon will not
> connect.. give me the "Could not connect to Asterisk Manager"..I'm
> lost..going in circles . give me a hint..
> sorry if \I'm a pain in the %^&&
> Glenn K5COD
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