Ntrip caster con NETHUB

giulio

Member
Waiting for jcors, which is not known when it will be available, wanting to connect a T-3 as a base to test an rtk connection via ntrip, to an Ls rover, no I have a static ip address available. According to you I could try the free noip.com service, which transforms the dynamic ip into a fixed one, then set the address assigned to me by noip.com in nethub is: darzortk.ddns.net, then I add his password, the doubt for the door to open: any one is okay or you need to give a particular example: 8080? T-3 is connected, through its usbc output, to the pc, with internet access and with nethub installed via cable and recognized on com port 10 (I see satellites tracked etc ...). Before opening the port on the router I wanted to be of which and and the speech could work.
Last question: instead of connecting via usbc cable, between t-3 and pc, would it be possible to connect nethub with wifi?
 

Michael Stazhkov

Developer
JAVAD GNSS
Waiting for jcors, which is not known when it will be available, wanting to connect a T-3 as a base to test an rtk connection via ntrip, to an Ls rover, no I have a static ip address available. According to you I could try the free noip.com service, which transforms the dynamic ip into a fixed one, then set the address assigned to me by noip.com in nethub is: darzortk.ddns.net, then I add his password, the doubt for the door to open: any one is okay or you need to give a particular example: 8080? T-3 is connected, through its usbc output, to the pc, with internet access and with nethub installed via cable and recognized on com port 10 (I see satellites tracked etc ...). Before opening the port on the router I wanted to be of which and and the speech could work.
Last question: instead of connecting via usbc cable, between t-3 and pc, would it be possible to connect nethub with wifi?
If you anyway are doing some testing you can install the Testing version of J-Field where JCORS is supported in Base/Rover setup. To install the Testing version of J-Field you need to check the "Participate in Testing" checkbox in advanced settings of the software update and the "Testing" choice will appear on the versions branch selector.
 

giulio

Member
What firmware version should I install on the T-3 and once installed how to configure with Jcors?
 

Eugene Aksyonov

Administrator
JAVAD GNSS
5PLS
Hi, JCORS service is geographically dependent. We have it in US at the moment in testing stage. Soon in Europe. Are you working from Italy?
you can try to test https://community.us.javadgnss.net/app/ but you may face with delay that could prevent RTK to fix. Briefly, you need to create mountpoint manually and upload generated configuration script to T-3.

About your post... You had mentioned on dynamic DNS services and I did not quiet understood what you are doing. My guess is:
1. you have public Internet IP on your home router, but it is not static one. So you use ddns client on the router to access it from Internet via fixed dns name.
2. You have NetHub installed on local PC.
3. You have Triumph-3 that you want to setup as a base.

So if you want to go with NetHub solution, you should connect T-3 to NetHub via Ethernet or WiFi or Usb or Serial. Run NTRIP Caster and create Mountpoint. Understand which TCP port is configured(2101 usually) and configure your router to forward 2101 from external(Internet) interface to PC where NetHub is listening this TCP port for incoming connections. Then you can configure NTRIP mount point on Rover using ddns name of your router and TCP port. Of course login and password for mountpoint if you had enabled set it.
Does it answers on your question?
 

giulio

Member
thank you, Eugene, 1, 2, 3 exactly as I thought I would. I managed to connect it with cable, I would like to connect it to nethub with wi fi, but I don't know the procedure: in Nethub -> connections. i find tcp, ser, usb, can and remore, but not wifi (with ls it's much easier). How can I access via wifi?
 

giulio

Member
I can't connect my pc with net Hub to a triumph-3 via ethernet cable My pc is connected to a private network with the following parameters: Value group: DEFAULT IPv4: 192.168.30.21 subnet mask: 255.255.255.0 gateway: 192.168.30.1 i tried to enter these parameters in netHub but i get error message.
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If you can help me thanks
 

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giulio

Member
Fixed LAN connection between nethub and t-3 (I realized that I had to first connect with a usb cable and modify the internal parameters of the lan to adapt them to those of my pc network). Wanting to proceed with Ntrip caster I can't find the antenna of the t-3 in the options.
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Do I need to upload any updates for nethub?
 

giulio

Member
I would like to try to get rtk corrections from the Jcors service, I have created, with jcors, the file for the base t3_greis_configuration.txt, how should I proceed to send it to the t-3 connected with nethub via lan? and once sent this is enough to start the base? Thanks Giulio
 
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