Tnx for your response. All I have ever run was the Flex GUI. Moved the computer to our home a mile away. Linking the two houses onto the same SSID network. The Ubiquities at each end are serving out different IPs to the Flex and my remote computer. I know the Flex IP, and can ping it, so no issues there. I'm using the internet now typing to you through this remote network. I'm looking to find a way to enter the Flex assigned IP into the SmartSDR Software. Also, your mention of the GI above. Not sure what you are referring to here. Tnx for your support. Kevin
Sorry for leaving everyone hanging on this issue of mine. Here's the update as of today on what I have been doing.
Using Ubiquity Bullets connect to TP-Links Dishes about 700meters apart, where the pathway is a forest of trees. Flashed the two Bullets using AREDN software and setting the channel to -2 (below the public channels). This is now giving me a great connection.
In order to operate the Flex6500 software with the radio they need to be on the same subnet. We experiment with a spare 440Wifi unit I had here, which the two ports it has are programmable. The combination of these units and tunneling between them we were able to get everything to work over WIFI. Speed test was done between computer and radio, and we got 8meg/s Up & Dwn, with about 15msec latency.
Current (as I'm typing this) condition on the Flex Network Diagnostics screen are as follows;
Network Status: Excellent
Latency (RTT): 4ms
Max Latency: 582ms
Remote RX Rate: 76kbps
Remote TX Rate: 0 (because I'm not transmitting)!
Dropped 250 out of 4845400 packets (0.00%)
The radio has been on since 6am this morning (just over 7 hours of running time)
When I get some time, I will post on my website more details of this setup (pictures !!)
Now to get the SteppIR to go remote !! Used HRD for my rotor control.
Special thanks for my Tech Support guru, Brad Ve3XNC
Cheers and thanks to everyone for your help.
Where is my Maestro, so I can get rid of half of this sh....!!
PS Using TeamViewer to see what's going on (USB Camera) at the remote end.