SSDR V2 - Radio's IP?

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My home/hamshack LAN has a DHCP-provided public IP address. The Flex server obviously knows and provides the public IP address of the radio to the remote. Does the remote session of SSDR V2 display this anywhere?

If not, that would be a good feature to add since it would facilitate the establishment of a parallel VNC session for peripheral control or other functions. 
 
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Bob Craig, K8RC

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Ken - NM9P, Elmer

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If i am understanding your dilemma...If your router supports it, you can use a DDNS server like No-IP or the one provided by your router manufacturer (Like ASUSCOMM.COM) then you don't need to remember actual IP address, just the URL name you register with the DDNS server.  Then in your router just forward that port number to the appropriate computer/device and port number.

For example  joeham.no-ip.net:20807    (I hope that isn't really someone's address...)
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Bob Craig, K8RC

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I know there are other ways to skin this cat but I was specifically asking about this one. Thanks.
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Adde Tjernberg

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Not sure what you mean with VNC... VNC for me is a Media Player... Anyway, If you have a computer at your "radio qth" you can use Teamviewer. Just install Teamviewer on your different clients and connect. No need to know the IP-address.
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Adde Tjernberg

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I read VLC.... VLC is a Media Player... VNC is Remote Desktop...

Sorry... 
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When you go to launch SmartSDR remotely the radios available via Smartlink are displayed in a list and noted with the Blue SmartLink box.  If you hold you mouse over this Blue SmartLink box then it shows a bunch of information including....Radio Serial #, Lic Ver, Radio ID (Mac?), Radio IP, TCP and UDP port numbers and FIrmware version.  IF someone is already connected to that radio it also show as "In Use" and some information on the network ID of the person connected.

I am not sure if this answers your question or not.

John
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