My Pi 2 is logging temperature and humidity, and is connected to a PiNoir Camera. The Pi 2 is connected to the internet via a 3G USB Modem.
I'd like to view my logged data (RRDtool Database) and a webcam picture from a browser.
I tried lighttpd but never got it to work. Although the server was running I was never able to actually connect to the IP address from the Pi 2.
I think it is because my provider simply does not allow this form of communication.
Is there any other way I can do what I want (without extra costs) or are those the simple limitations of a 3G connection and I've got to deal with it?
My current setup sends me everything via mail whenever I send a request and I can live with that but I'd like to know if I might be missing a cool option here.
P.S.: I know that the connection would be really slow but as I mentioned, it's only to look at some RRDTool graphs and watch a webcam picture from time to time.
Well I I read in a couple of Boards that a lot of Provider use a
carried grade NAT which kinda blocks inbound connections ... :-(
sudo ip addr show i get
inet 10.XX.XXX.XX peer 10.XX.XX.XX/XX scope global ppp0
I'm not a network guy.... but I think there should be only one IP address for what I want to do with the connection...
Thanks for the help so far
I think, that there's something provider wise prohibiting me from getting the server to work when on 3G.
I tried everything within my wlan and it worked
hostname -I I get a normal looking
10.XX....IP but i can`t ping it from another pc ...
Guess I have to call my provider directly to figure out if what I want to do is doable