Trial Run Results for Three Types of Whip Antennas

wiedehopf

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No i mean via this remote stuff ...

In regard to the configuration:
If you have the html folder at /, then you want the run folder at /graphs
Also really no need to have the html folder at / and /graphs1090, make it either or.
 

AnirbanSen

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No i mean via this remote stuff ...

In regard to the configuration:
If you have the html folder at /, then you want the run folder at /graphs
Also really no need to have the html folder at / and /graphs1090, make it either or.
The remote stuff doesn't have a permanent URL. It creates the service at locally at the phone. So, 192.168.0.70 of the LAN IP is translated to 127.0.0.1:15334 (when using Private IP option - a secure but slower connection). Alternatively, it assigns a random URL from its pool when using a Public IP option.
As I write this, it has created http://edjjgmzm.p72.rt3.io for the tar1090 service. Once I leave the app or it times out, this URL will go back to the pool.

There is no no way to access any LAN device from the internet anymore. See if you can access my router at [DELETED].

I will get back to the configuration later today.
 
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