Because of the scale of SmartNet North America, there is no single point of access for the entire network. The network is currently broken up into 4 different regions, but could expand in the future. In consideration of that, as well as not wanting to create a regional break down that only we understood, we decided to go with the KISS (Keep It Simple Stupid) approach. What we came up with was a domain schema based on state or province abbreviations.
This schema allows a customer to easily determine where he/she would like to connect to and no matter what regional division we come up with, they will be able to get the data they need.
To get corrections from a SmartNet NTRIP SourceTable (it also works with TCP/IP access) you simply use the 2 letter state or abbreviation and SmartNet URL as shown below:
Where "xx" equals the State or Province abbreviation.
To access a SourceTable the Port would be 10000, to access TCP/IP and GPUID Ports you would need to know the specific product you wish to receive. Please visit the Correction & Configuration page for more details.
Please keep in mind, that you must be authorized to use the corrections, this is based on the Service Area defined by your license.