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Old 12-29-2017, 7:45 AM
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Originally Posted by k4gps View Post
Sadly in my rural area we have no hard wired internet and everyone uses a Verizon LTE modem in this area for internet connections, no other service providers reach out this far and even the Verizon signal is weak due to dense woods.

Has anyone been able to use their LTE modem to remotely control their equipment back home. When I had a 3G modem I was perfectly fine, even ran a small on-line weather station from the house. When I switched to LTE I lost all incoming connectivity, came to find out it seems as if incoming PORTS are blocked.

Is there a way around this ? I would love remote access to my radio devices at home while I am away.
How were you doing remote access in the past when it did work? SSH? VNC? Teamviewer or something similar? What methods have you tried with LTE that donít work?
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