SDRconnect for Windows, MacOS and Linux/Raspberry Pi includes server software to allow remote access to a client.  You can mix and match hardware choices.  For example, a Raspberry Pi is a popular choice for the server hardware and your client software might be running on a Mac.

Launching the server software with your preferred server settings can be done by entering a few commands.  However this process can be simplified by creating PATH or batch scripts which a shortcut can launch at the touch of a button.

These two new videos show you how, one video for MacOS and another for Windows (Raspberry Pi is already covered – see the full SDRconnect video list):

In the Windows video there’s also an explanation of  the difference between IQ and Audio modes when connecting over a LAN or WAN.

Lots more SDRconnect videos can be found here: