Adalm Pluto Remote Connection

  • There are many possibilities I guess... With stock firmware;


    If you use WIFI, you can configure your router/modem to explode your device to internet (using NAT/PAT). Wifi interface gets the default GW to be the access point (your modem/router)


    73's de OH2UDS/TA7W

    Baris

  • Thank you.
    I think the Pluto with stock firmware filters the traffic from different subnets, so you can't foward the pluto port (33431) directly to internet.


    You can see the solution here: https://wiki.analog.com/univer…luto/devs/port_forwarding


    What I want is to change this filter rules to accept other subnets traffic.

  • Thank you.
    I think the Pluto with stock firmware filters the traffic from different subnets, so you can't foward the pluto port (33431) directly to internet.


    You can see the solution here: https://wiki.analog.com/univer…luto/devs/port_forwarding


    What I want is to change this filter rules to accept other subnets traffic.

    If you have a machine that is in the same subnet as the pluto, and also connected to your VPN, you can do something like this:
    You should have an IP configuration similar to this (VPN IPs would be different):

    Pluto has IP 192.168.2.1
    PC1 in the same subnet has two IPs: a local one 192.168.2.2, and a VPN one 10.0.0.1
    PC2 anywhere in the world, but connected to the same VPN has IP 10.0.0.2

    If you have access to PC2, you can run this command:

    Code
    ssh -nNT -L 30431:192.168.2.1:30431 user@10.0.0.1

    The "user" above, should be a valid username present on PC1, not on the pluto.



    Then you can use "ip:127.0.0.1" as an IIO device in any software that connects to Pluto.