NEW VIDEO 10 (+) MINUTES WITH HB9FXQ – FLEX 6XXX & OPENVPN + WEBSOCKET BASED WATERFALL

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Frank, HB9FXQ

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David G4NRT / Z21NRT

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This is really interesting and thought provoking. I've been accessing a locally (to the Flex) connected computer using a VPN (in my case Logsdon) but this is a far more elegant solution.

I shall start experiments forthwith!!

Thanks a lot for sharing it...

David G4NRT
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Frank, HB9FXQ

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closer look at the current state of the websocket thing, since it not visible in the 10 minutes video: 

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Frank, HB9FXQ

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Same websocket experiment on the Odroid XU 4: 

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Frank, HB9FXQ

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Continued a bit on the websocket prototype w. smartSdr 1.8.3: 

https://twitter.com/HB9FXQ/status/751925813071798272

Now it's simply work to map all radio properties to nice UI elements. 

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HB9FXQ
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Carmine Iannace, W1EQX

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Frank,

Very nice job with the demo! I really like the custom web page for control and would like to learn more. Why not replace the PC server with a router like the Netgear R7000 running Advanced Tomato or Shibby Tomato firmware? The OpenVPN and web server along with many, many features are built in. It would lead to a more compact and power efficient remote setup.  I have such a setup with both remote access and site to site VPN controlling a 6500 remotely. I can give you more details on my setup if you would like to collaborate. 

Carmine, W1EQX