I can certainly put SmartSDR into the startup cue; but, SmartSDR requires a mouse click to select the radio and start it up.
Remote control is working quite well here....but, if the power goes out, my remote is lost and must be manually started in my shack.
If I can get this issue solved I think I can get a 6700 authorized for our club/EMS facility.
Two of the systems use TS2000's and one has a 6700 (my QTH). We want to replace the club TS2000 with a 6700.
Perhaps thee is a way of putting dry contacts across the power switch and utilize an Internet-controlled iPIO to momentarily execute a closure across the switch terminals. It seems that people who design these radios put in remoting as an afterthought. I was very surprised the radio could not be soft-powered and that I have to supply remotable dry contacts to turn the radio on. Not very well thought out in my opinion.
Why not set up TeamViewer with access by control ops only? That way the general club members do not have access but you do. It's easy to set up password protection for the remote computers.
I maintain several computers for the family and I have access to all of them using TeamViewer.
That is the goal and that's why i buy an 6xxx !
NO teamviewer, NO skype, NO any other software for basic remote operation at remote side.
I only want have access via LAN/WAN to my hardware.