This forum is for the discussion of the signals monitored on 1090 MHz that allow for the plotting of civilian and military aircraft using PlanePlotter and other software.
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I know some of you have done this already, but the rest of you may be interested in contributing to the Live Military Mode S site. The site is a great reference to see where a flight came from or went to. You can find instructions for joining the site in the menu on the left side of the page, basically you download a small program which connects to PP via TCP and automatically uploads your mil catches to the website.
I thought port 30003 would be what's being used. Unfortunately I'm running Virtual Radar Server on that port. With that in mind the offline option is the likely only solution for me...although I "think" there is some port splitting software out there...Ethernetovich? Not sure I wan't to travel that road or not...
Hey, I've watched SOME of them...and they are extremely helpful! I've run VRS in the past so I was pretty familiar with it already. However, I never paid any attention to the rebroadcast feature frankly, as until today I never had a need to do what I'm doing. As a matter of fact the VRS video is one of the few from you I haven't watched! In the interests of full disclosure I DID watch the setup video with the C:\tools folder suggestion, but like I dummy I didn't realize the benefits of doing so until yesterday and thought the default install location would be "good enough". Now...I know better!Nic wrote:Scott,
You should really watch my videos I already did a one for VRS
tried logging in at 05:00 today with no luck, no luck at various times throughout the dayScott SNE Webmaster wrote:This website seems to be down today. I haven't checked in in a few days, and if there was a notification I missed it. Haven't checked to see if I'm still connected via the client yet either, but is it just me or are you guys not getting there either?