I have some hard times trying to get Ntrip to work on my 2X rtk3B from arduisimple. I previously had the xbee LR radio, but wasn’t get good result with it so I ordered a 4G ntrip module for the base (its a moving base) and a WIFI ntrip module for the rover (using my cell phone to send internet to this one)
Here is what I try:
Tried the rtk2go route, but as stated in an other topic, cannot get it to work, getting my base ip get banned as soon as the ntrip client try to connect to it. Tried the wifi module on another mountpoint (random one on rtk2go map) and it connect…
I then decided to try to host my own caster with snip… and after hours and hours of trying port forwarding and messing with that and never been able to open the ?&( port on my PC.
3)Leased a cheap vps (vultr) and tried some ntrip caster on github, First one was baidu/ntripcaster (seem like it’s BKG?) My base connect to it very easy without trouble (I see it) but never got able to connect the client (rover), the caster always kick it (without much explanation). After another try, the error is: Kicking unknown 1 (ip) (Transfer Sourcetable)
Found out tonight that emlid offer ntrip caster service and look like pretty simple and easy to set up but… this time client work, but my base never show up as online…
The Emlid caster is free using Emlid hardware. This is the system I use, and it is quick and easy to set up. This is why an M2 costs slightly more than a breakout board. After setting up the antenna it only takes minutes to get NTRIP running.
I do not know purpose for port forwarding ( opening ports)if you do not have public ip.
You use port forwarding in case you have public ip on your router , and forward to some port on some local ip adress witch is hidden behind NAT and is not visible in world.
That is case when you make server at your house and your rover getting corestions direct from your home.
Other people do not have public ip , and they got rtk2go.com where they upload their signal with mount name, and their rover connects to rtk2go.
But you still cant do forward, your isp must do that, public ip is at them.You do not have acess to their equipment.
They must do dstnat but they wont do that.
Buy your own public ip and do with ih what do you like
Your modem, onu or what you have also has dhcp lease, that ip changes and public changes allso becouse most of isp have load balancing thru 2 links with different ip.
you do not know when your packet shall go thru ome off them.It depends from traffic.
My advice, buy public ip, tell provider to put their equipment as a bridge , and take mikrotik router.
Sky is the limit with mikrotik.
You can do anything you like with it.
Sorry mate, you’re mistaken: NAT is used for LANs to address the issues of their only being 4.2Bn IPv4 addresses. It is employed so that multiple devices on a private network can share a single WAN address.
You can configure both NAT and port forwarding on your private firewall.
Mate, i work at internet and tv provider , i know how it works.
I work with,optics,wifi links hfc internet etc.
You hide behind nat whole range of ip.
That range is not visible to outside world. Some port or ip to bee visible from outside , you must have visible public ip / then you do port forwarding (dst nat)
you have public ip 126.96.36.199
your server is on 192.168.0.1:5500
your server to be visible to world you do dst nat
so logic is , every thing that comes to your wan at port you decide dst nat to adress 192.168.0.1:5500
if you have local ip, you’r not visible to outside world what ever you doo.You can opet ports where ever you whant.Waisting time.
Or ask a provider to add datnat to your ip and make your ip static ( so dhcp wont change it over time) they make static with mac adress or serial depends of devices used.
I had an update induced issue with the ASUS that shut down my base.
The more plumber fix was hook a switch at the ISP modem so the base and ASUS share its WAN. This gave the base a direct line out and prevented a double NAT situation for it. The ISP device wants to act as a router, unfortunately a rather poor locked down one.