Not at the moment, we kinda soft launched the app for android. But then we get a bunch of ideas about team management. So now, we are working on API and web app, then updating app for android. and then ios app.
@ilyavialkov Initially, I asked about authorization through a file, but now I realized that this is not my way. Authorization via http is more flexible and solves the problem when scaling casters with a single database. So I started developing the back-end. Thanks anyway!
@touritailglm This setup in general should work. I don’t think you'll get corrupt messages or something like this. But before send them you should set accurate antenna coordinates and switch your f9p to base station mode. You can't do this f9p setup with YCServer only.
@ilyavialkov i'm working on a project for a european company that makes robots that cut grass, initially we use caster BKG as a base but faced some problems with its operation and lack of necessary support. And now we are looking for an alternative, if everything suits us, we will buy a license and cooperate.
Yes, I have no problem with how to use it, the issue I think it might be my configuration, for example, when you used the reach antenna, how did the configuration looked on the mountpoints.yml?
First of all, mountpoints.yml is optional, caster will work completely fine without it.
Second, the description section in mountpoints.yml does not affect connection, its only purpose is to be a record in the source table.
Some receivers, when they act as an RTK base, send a source information in the NTRIP request header. It is look like this: