Author Topic: Tips: Using RPI for troubleshooting at remote site  (Read 593 times)


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I have been using RRC for four years now. The problems I have noticed are always related to the router or 4G connection to my remote site. The access to my remote station is difficult in the winter time, but using a Raspberry Pi (very cheap minicomputer) at remote side make troubleshooting easy. The Rpi is working headless ( no display, no keyboard, no mouse) and using Teamviewer host for communication. Now I can check and update my 4G router remote and do speedtest.

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