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N4KJ

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Configuration help through PTP system
« on: 2021-11-12, 00:44:49 »
Hello folks:

I have had great results allowing a friend to remotely connect to my shack using a more conventional setup (see attached pdf). However, I recently moved the radio equipment to an outbuilding which is connected to by house (location of former working system) which is connected through Ubiquiti Loco M2 PTP system. The attached pdf show both the original, working and updated systems.

Question: has anyone successfully configured a Remote Rig system similarly and could give me some pointers or see where I'm going wrong here?

Your help is much appreciated!

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Re: Configuration help through PTP system
« Reply #1 on: 2021-11-12, 08:21:35 »
Hi

why do you need NAT routing at "Apartment Shack Marshall, NC" I would have put the Remoterig on the same LAN as Home Schack (192.168.1.x) to avoid several NAT translations.

At Raleigh no portforwarding is needed, it's never needed in Control end.

73 de mike