The reason I ask is my intention was to put the radio at the ham club's shack and allow our members to use the radio. Provide their SmartLink account rights to connect / use the radio.
I would be a bit concerned about giving my credentials out to someone else. Especially if my SmartSDR / radio license is attached to it.
What I would do and what we did for Dayton was log into a common account. So if you share a radio with friends, just give them access to that account. You can do that for the club radio. Log in to a club account and it will work that way.
What some of us have done for remote base operation is use a couple of relays that can be controlled over the Internet. One connected to the rear PTT port and one to the Remote On port.
Enable Remote On in SmartSDR and you can toggle the radio on and off. As long as the Remote On Relay is closed the radio will be on.
The Relay to the PTT jack is so you can register and deregister the radio from SmartLink remotely.
Would the (local operator) be able to see what the remote person is doing as far as freq.mode,power etc?
While in remote operation will the (local) person be able to key the mic-keyer etc etc and join in also?
I guess dual login would have to happen which isn`t there yet?