I’m curious why I am able to connect through sik telemetry to GCS using mavlink-router, but I am unable to see the data through wireshark? I need to create a receiving script listening on another port(14560)
Im running the script below from my pi connected to a flight controller via serial
#!/bin/bash start_time=$(date +"%T") $* printf "Starting telemetry routing\n" python3 ~/send_telem/mroute.py & mavlink-routerd -e 127.0.0.1:14550 -e 127.0.0.1:14560 /dev/serial0 finish_time=$(date +"%T") echo "Started at : $start_time" echo "finished at : $finish_time"
This is on a raspberry pi connected via serial to a flight controller and sik telem radio 1
The other sik telemtry radio is on a desktop. When a GCS is opened it auto connects, however I can’t see the data on wireshark on promiscuous mode or on my pymavlink script for listening.
The data I want is in the STATUSTEXT message ‘text’.