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  1. #151
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    Have you noticed the max range used to be rounded to the nearest 5 - now it seems it isn't rounding. It's also updating more regularly than the recent discussion about it being the max distance recorded in the last 30 days!

    ... and I wish I'd kept a screenshot of my rank increasing by 3322 in a single bound during the midst of the problem - not likely to ever see that again.

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  2. #152
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    Updated info from Mr Khan in 1st post of this thread

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    The only not fixed still the IPV6. If the Raspberry Pi Raspbian is fresh installed, the IPV6 is enabled and during the setup of the FR24feed sign-up procedure, it will not let us to key in anything after the verification of of sharing key, then the setup ended. Have to disable the IPV6 then can proceed with the setup.

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    Yep.

    Keeping in mind we are only 20 or so users engaging the thought of a possible 5000? Feeders that may have fire and forget installs that have not uploaded for over a month and not yet realised, so coverage accuracy may be down with the stats

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    I rarely check my FR24 stats page. Last I checked was in the beginning of 2018. This saves me frustration.

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    FR24 really takes time to fix and don't know when all these issues will be fixed? Pending all these and made me would like to quit from providing data to them. We did all this using our own devices, internet, electricity and so on and share data to them for free. And what we got from them only a BUSINESS account and most of the time those data they can provided to us not really useful, the only advantages are no ads and no timeout. FR24 really earned these profits from all over the world T-Stations. If all the T-Stations stop providing the data to FR24, who will be the losser? FR24 also very stingy to provide the feeders to most of the area as their reason is there already feeders (F-Station - 2 ONLY) in your area abut we will re-consider your application and keep in the list..... Is this a best way which compared to other ADSB company (as long as you can provide the data for free, and willing to run for 24/7/365, normally they will provide you the ADSB feeders for free...). Sometimes really up sad when deal with FR24...
    And the feeders you can register with the same email is 3 MAX, if more than that, have to email them and request ..... Such a stupid way of doing business...

    Most important is IPV6 issue, for those users who wants to contribute to FR24, will have to disable the IPV6 before signup / fill in details during setup...
    Last edited by fungsaihou; 2018-07-17 at 22:37.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fungsaihou View Post
    FR24 really takes time to fix and don't know when all these issues will be fixed? Pending all these and made me would like to quit from providing data to them. We did all this using our own devices, internet, electricity and so on and share data to them for free. And what we got from them only a BUSINESS account and most of the time those data they can provided to us not really useful, the only advantages are no ads and no timeout. FR24 really earned these profits from all over the world T-Stations. If all the T-Stations stop providing the data to FR24, who will be the losser? FR24 also very stingy to provide the feeders to most of the area as their reason is there already feeders (F-Station - 2 ONLY) in your area abut we will re-consider your application and keep in the list..... Is this a best way which compared to other ADSB company (as long as you can provide the data for free, and willing to run for 24/7/365, normally they will provide you the ADSB feeders for free...). Sometimes really up sad when deal with FR24...
    And the feeders you can register with the same email is 3 MAX, if more than that, have to email them and request ..... Such a stupid way of doing business...

    Most important is IPV6 issue, for those users who wants to contribute to FR24, will have to disable the IPV6 before signup / fill in details during setup...
    You are correct about the ipv6, i did a fresh install and made sure i didn't select DVBT ... (thanks ABCD....) but got stuck on the Feeder id. Took a fewattempts before the penny dropped.

    You mention no time out, i am a Business user and i am still getting the 'I am not a robot' check every time i have re check the map in Firefox....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coxy View Post
    ......but got stuck on the Feeder id...
    If you already have a feeder id, follow these steps:

    1. When you reach the stage where your email address is asked, press Ctrl+c. This will break signup process, and you will see a command prompt like below
      Code:
      pi@raspberrypi:~ $
    2. Now give following command
      Code:
      sudo nano /etc/fr24feed.ini
    3. The above command will open a file with 3 lines of text. Above those 3 lines of text Copy-Paste following 3 lines
      Code:
      receiver="beast-tcp"
      host="127.0.0.1:30005"
      fr24key="xxxxxxxxxxxx"

      NOTE:Replace xxxxxxxxx by your actual key.

    4. Save (Ctrl+o) and Close (Ctrl+x)

    5. Now restart fr24feed
      Code:
      sudo systemctl restart fr24feed
    6. Go to page ip-of-pi:8754
    Last edited by abcd567; 2018-07-18 at 05:11.

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    Quote Originally Posted by abcd567 View Post
    If you already have a feeder id, follow these steps:

    1. When you reach the stage where your email address is asked, press Ctrl+c. This will break signup process, and you will see a command prompt like below
      Code:
      pi@raspberrypi:~ $
    2. Now give following command
      Code:
      sudo nano /etc/fr24feed.ini
    3. The above command will open a file with 3 lines of text. Above those 3 lines of text Copy-Paste following 3 lines
      Code:
      receiver="beast-tcp"
      host="127.0.0.1:30005"
      fr24key="xxxxxxxxxxxx"

      NOTE:Replace xxxxxxxxx by your actual key.

    4. Save (Ctrl+o) and Close (Ctrl+x)

    5. Now restart fr24feed
      Code:
      sudo systemctl restart fr24feed
    6. Go to page ip-of-pi:8754
    abcd567,

    Thanks for the sharing info.

    Regards.

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    Another good workaround for IPv6 problems is to:

    In the file /etc/gai.conf find the following line:

    #precedence ::ffff:0:0/96 100

    Uncomment this line so it looks like:

    precedence ::ffff:0:0/96 100

    Your Pi will now prefer IPv4 over IPv6 without disabling IPv6.
    I've done this and the feeder now happily connects over IPv4, system updates run smoother as well, and I still have IPv6 available.

    If you have previously disabled IPv6 then you need to re-enable it for this solution to work properly.

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