Re: Raspberry pi 3 Airspy Spyserver #spyserver

Mark Venables

It looks like the spyserver is running, so that you could now in principle, tap into that remote rpi3 from another computer.
You'd then use sdr# from that 'other computer', selecting spyserver from the sources list and typing in your rpi's IP address plus the port number.
i.e. 10.0.0.whatever:5555 or 10.0.0.whatever:5556
You've got 5555 the first time you've run spyserver and then 5556 the second time because in my experience it takes a while for the rpi to forget that first instance.
Hope that helps.

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