[Rack] outside access for Mode-S stuff on the roof

Jonathan Lassoff jof at thejof.com
Mon Oct 3 11:07:14 PDT 2011


On Mon, Oct 3, 2011 at 10:56 AM, Adam Fritzler <mid at zigamorph.net> wrote:
> Hey guys,
>
> I'm finally getting off my ass and getting the Mode-S stuff on the
> roof going: https://www.noisebridge.net/wiki/Mode-S_Receiver
>
> The ALIX (geode) board up there is currently running at 172.30.0.52 (I
> added it to the wiki page a couple months ago). I'd like to be able to
> access it remotely (ssh via either a gateway or directly), as well as
> open up a couple of inbound ports for sharing data. How do I make that
> happen? I understand things are a bit of a mess right now...

They're not too bad right now, though it's unfortunate that pony is
offline. That would be the best place for people to gateway through.

In a pinch, I can totally setup some port forwarding for you. Is the
IP that's on there static? I see it on the "Network" wiki page in the
list of static stuff, so I would presume it was configured in that
fashion.

Is there a way that I can log into it to see the networking
configuration? If it's default route is 172.30.0.3 (the CARP gateway
IP), I can easily setup a port forward for you.

> Also: the box we installed up there is pretty big, plenty of space if
> anyone else has a project that needs short a feed line. Getting power
> up there is the only problem. Currently I'm powering everything off a
> passive "PoE" injector near the roof hatch, and running it up cat-5
> (on the same cable as ethernet). (For the meter counters: shouldn't be
> pulling any more than 4 or 5 watts up there.)

Awesome to hear!

Cheers,
jof


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