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3 ways to bring gps to OpenCPN and Pypilot in OP2
I confirm that this diagram is useful to understand the possible connections. Note that we can now connect OpenCPN directly to SignalK on (default) port 3000... although this causes network congestion problems in my case. Here is my configuration and a question:

My network:

[Image: pypilot.png]

My opencpn connections settings:

[Image: port-10110.png]

[Image: port-20220.png]

Question: I changed the priority of port 20220 because OpenCPN was not consistently showing me the compass orientation of my boat. This way it's better but not perfect... even if it's rarer, it ends up not taking this information into account. Maybe there is a way to filter the information received so that OpenCPN selects what it needs on ports 20220 and 10110 via "Input Filtering"?

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RE: 3 ways to bring gps to OpenCPN and Pypilot in OP2 - by gponcon - 2023-05-16, 11:29 AM

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