Apologies if this topic is posted elsewhere in the forums–I searched but couldn’t find something similar.
I’ve recently setup an ADS-B feeder at a small aviation museum that is actually located in the terminal of a regional airport. The museum’s only Internet connection is through a WiFi connection provided by the local FBO. The connection works great, but is open and has no password.
Today, I started the feed and it’s feeding FlightAware perfectly.
The problem is, I can’t set up a monitor to view the live data through a web browser because the network doesn’t allow a computer on the same network to view the Raspberry Pi’s data. I tried pinging the Pi, but it wouldn’t allow this. No doubt this is to keep various WiFi network users from peering on other’s connections.
My question: is there a work-around for this? Could I somehow have the pi display live data directly from its monitor port? I’m guessing not. Is there a way to punch through the router with the router admin’s approval? Or, is there a web interface somewhere that would show only our feed’s map and live data?
Many thanks and again apologies if this is a duplicate.