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Old 30-12-2012, 10:00   #16
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Re: AIS server A Coruña Galicia

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There are ways around that. In case you are using Windows, you could feed one of your TCP connections to "NavMonPC". Then let NavMonPc serve the external TCP connections. NavMonPc has a TCP client to listen to your AIS stream (on port 6001) and it has a TCP server (for a different port), I don't know of any limit in outgoing TCP connections.
NavMonPc currently has a limit of 20 connections to the TCP/IP server. I could look into making this more flexible, but haven't seen the need for more connections. Please let me know if you need more (the NavMonPc discussion group on Yahoo is the best way, or send me a personal message here). By the way, you can assign any port number you like for the server.

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Old 30-12-2012, 10:13   #17
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Re: AIS server A Coruña Galicia

Do you think we should wake them up ?

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NavMonPc currently has a limit of 20 connections to the TCP/IP server. I could look into making this more flexible, but haven't seen the need for more connections. Please let me know if you need more (the NavMonPc discussion group on Yahoo is the best way, or send me a personal message here). By the way, you can assign any port number you like for the server.

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Hi

You're right that the navmon limited to 20 connections. appreciate if you could expand or add a checkbox for each limit what the users want.a question? is there any program like navmon dator but only read a com port and pass tcp / ip?


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You're right that the navmon limited to 20 connections. appreciate if you could expand or add a checkbox for each limit what the users want.a question? is there any program like navmon dator but only read a com port and pass tcp / ip?


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NavMonPc can read up to six com-ports and repeat the data received via the TCP server.

I hope Paul chimes in in regards to more than 20 connections. I added a feature request for it:
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Re: AIS server A Coruña Galicia

Hello,

On : http://javiervilar.no-ip.org:6001

I have this :

Erreur d'analyse XML : état du parseur inattendu
Emplacement : jar:file:///C:/Program%20Files/Mozilla%20Firefox/omni.ja!/chrome/toolkit/content/global/netError.xhtml
Numéro de ligne 304, Colonne 68 : <div id="ed_connectionFailure">&connectionFailure.longD esc;</div>
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On : http://javiervilar.no-ip.org:6001

I have this :

Erreur d'analyse XML : état du parseur inattendu
Emplacement : jar:file:///C:/Program%20Files/Mozilla%20Firefox/omni.ja!/chrome/toolkit/content/global/netError.xhtml
Numéro de ligne 304, Colonne 68 : <div id="ed_connectionFailure">&connectionFailure.longD esc;</div>
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The server is onli for navigation software and tcp conections.Not is a web page.


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Re: AIS server A Coruña Galicia

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Hello,

On : http://javiervilar.no-ip.org:6001

I have this :

Erreur d'analyse XML : état du parseur inattendu
Emplacement : jar:file:///C:/Program%20Files/Mozilla%20Firefox/omni.ja!/chrome/toolkit/content/global/netError.xhtml
Numéro de ligne 304, Colonne 68 : <div id="ed_connectionFailure">&connectionFailure.longD esc;</div>
-------------------------------------------------------------------^

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The server onli accepts TCP connection not accepte connection web.

Thanks

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Re: AIS server A Coruña Galicia

Sure, I can increase the NavMonPc server capacity, but it's going to be a week or two since I am on the road now. I will make it add connections as needed, with no fixed upper limit.

I have to think that there must be a better solution than NavMonPc for serving lots of TCP/IP clients. It's not that difficult to do, and with NavMonPc you are carrying lots of other unnecessary (in this case) features.

Have you looked at "AIS Dispatcher" from AIShub (AIS Dispatcher - Description), or "AIS Server" from Siitech (AIS Server)? These are free, or low-cost servers that might do what you need.
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Re: AIS server A Coruña Galicia

Paul

sorry for suggesting to "abuse" NavMonPc... I couldn't think of a quicker way to get Javier running with more than 5 connections.

  • AISMON: 12 outputs max, UDP only, target IP needs to be set in the server, not useful for getting random connections from outside. (AISMON does have loads of nice features, including output to google, filter functions)
  • The Siitech server does a max of 5 connections (in the free version)


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sorry for suggesting to "abuse" NavMonPc... I couldn't think of a quicker way to get Javier running with more than 5 connections.
Don't apologize! I get a kick out of seeing people use NavMonPc, especially in ways I hadn't anticipated.

I could code up a basic TCP/IP client/server distribution hub for NMEA-0183 in a few hours using C#. Making it robust might take a few days. Are there really no existing solutions? To be sure, sometimes the most trivial problems go un-solved for a long time, but this one seems pretty basic.
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Re: AIS server A Coruña Galicia

I think that GPSD or Gypsy could be a solution.
O 3.1.1224 now has Win client support for GPSD.

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Re: AIS server A Coruña Galicia

If you have a linux or freebsd server available you could try kplex. No limits on tcp connections beyond the processing capacity of your machine and it can take advantage of as many cores as your server can give it. Should work for IPv6 too. If you're tied to windows because of some other program you need, you can always process data on the windows server then feed it over the network to kplex on a linux server for re-distribution to the Internet.
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