Hello! I’m looking for advice on the best practices for setting up a remote feeder on a low bandwidth/metered internet connection. Ideally I’d feed a single data stream (filtered to only send relevant messages) to a server on my home internet connection, where I would then be able to feed it up to multiple services (FlightAware, FR24, etc.) and view it on a local web server.
It’s not super clear to me how to best separate receiving, decoding, and feeding for optimal results. Should I just run dump1090-mutability on the remote receiver and run modesmixer2 and the various feeder services on my home server? And what should I do for MLAT? And TIS-B?