Flightaware runs local but does't feed


#1

Does anyone now what tot do.

Ik forwarded 30003-30006 and 30104-30106 but this doesn’t work

Ik hope to hear from you.

greetings klaas


#2

What do you mean by forwarding? I was never asked during the setup to do any forwarding. Did you use the FA image?


#3

yes i used this. the port forwarding has been removed now and the internal ip is changed.
Now i’m goinna reclaim the pi ware.
the feeding doesn’t work from yesterday 2.48 pm.

greetings, klaas


#4

If you want to view the piaware webpage interface then you need to forward port 80. Then connect to it with a web browser.

The local piaware ports are for viewing the data feeds. You need a local networked computer to connect to the following ports with a program that understands ADSB messages.

The local feeds are on ports:
30002 for raw/unparsed messages in AVR format
30003 for parsed messages in BaseStation format
30005 for raw/unparsed messages in Beast binary format
30105 for multilateration results (only) in Beast binary format (for FlightFeeders, the device must be running 7.x or newer software)
30106 for multilateration results (only) in extended BaseStation format (for FlightFeeders, the device must be running 7.x or newer software)
https://flightaware.com/adsb/faq#datafeed

The feeds going to FlightAware are on ports:
TCP port 1200 outgoing (ADSB data feed)
UDP to a port in the range 4999-9999 outgoing (MLAT data feed)