Yes it happens: an ISP that allows you to use IPV6, so I have a dual stack setup on the host that runs the piaware etc. (ubuntu, I build the piaware myself)
So I tried to configure the mlat results using parameter:
It appears this only listens on tcp6 / ipv6 as seen as follows:
root@XPS8500:/etc# netstat -a | grep 30105
tcp6 0 0 [::]:30105 [::]:* LISTEN
I wanted to use this to pull data into VRS
I used the following workaround, instead configure mlat client to push:
The .88 is the host on which VRS runs.
Inside VRS config, set this receiver to be a ‘Push receiver’ (in that case VRS will start to listen itself).
Then it works fine.