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IOS SDR Help

John KB4DUJohn KB4DU Member ✭✭
edited March 2019 in SmartSDR for iOS
  • Finally got the IOS SDR app on the Ipad, but can't connect to the Flex 6400. I can connect with the PC via ethernet and a switch, and the Ipad connects to the internet wirelessly OK, but when I use the panadapter/discover buttons, all I get is a swirly. The Flex shows as available, with the correct IP address, but doesn't connect. It's obviously something I have done, but don't know what. Flex is version 2.3.9, Ipad is ver 12.0, IOS sdr is ver 2.6.2. I've looked at the router settings, all seem normal, but I'm a networking amateur.

Answers

  • edited February 2019
    KB4DU Click on the settings in IOS SDR (Lower Right Corner) Next select Check Smartlink Status From there you need to log Into Smartlink Server If successful then IOS SDR should Allow you to bring up IOS SDR Do this all within your LAN network First to check things out (Not WAN) Once the Server recognizes your iPhone you can try WAN as long as Your router is setup properly (Green Light ) for UPnP to setup Ports with your router to allow WAN access 73 Mike
  • John KB4DUJohn KB4DU Member ✭✭
    edited March 2019
    Belated thanks to Mike. Ipad is working well for remote.

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