I have added a HTTP web server that maintains a flight table from port 30003 output.
HTTP requests can be made by web browser or an application.
A variety of data formats exists, including one HTML table option for the webbrowser.
The basic SBSplotter functionality remained unchanged.
Here is the download page for SRV30003:http://jetvision.de/sbs1.shtml
I am not aware of specialities of the ANRB. If somebody can advise if this works with ANRB, too, that would certainly helpful for some people
The basic usage is to support the development of simple network applications, namely
those that can pass firewalls without too much stress.
More details are here (from readme.txt)
This is an upgrade to SBSplotter V1.3
The SBSplotter software itself was not changed.
Only server functions were added. If you do not wish to operate a server there
is no need to play this software, but stay with SBSplotter V1.3
SRV30003 server software
In parallel to SBSplotter operations SRV30003 exposes a HTTP server to the intranet
or internet. I.e. data can be easily accessed through applications or any webbrowser.
SRV30003 exposes a HTTP web server on port 30080.
This port cannot be changed.
All flight data are filled into a flight table and flight table data can be interrogated
by means of a HTTP request on port 30080.
If you want to access port 30080 from outside your local network you need most likely
to open this port on your router firewall and forward it.
Methods of Flight data interrogation:
1) Standard reply scheme (default)
This format is used by some private networks.
To view data on your text browser enter
Mode-S Alt Lat Long GS Track V/S C/S Last seen time
Only flights position data will be displayed
Additional switches are available:
a) change delimiter to whatever character
b) Append number of data set and status flag to default format
Number of data set:
internal number, max 2000
1 - flight just activated, no messages yet received
2 - messages received
3 - position data lost
4 - signal lost
c) Append Mode-S flags to default format
- Alert - Emergency - SPI - Onground
d) Show all flights
e) Show flights younger than a specific unix time
All switches can be combined, e.g. http://localhost:30080?nopos=1&flages=1&stats=1
2) Alternate display format used by DROID-S software
3) Table display for HTML browsers
A more comfortable way to check the flight table