I did as Jeff suggested and it did clear up the 0.000 MHz listings at
Then I used the feature to define remote ports configuration:
File>Packet Channels...>Define Report Ports. I did this because my
RMS application really does not have any radio ports, to get to it by
radio you use N5IN-14 which is on an adjacent machine on the LAN,
which does have radio ports.
At the above website you can find N5IN-5 as well as N5IN-14. The only
thing missing is the entry for N5IN-14 fails to include the RMS
software revision number 188.8.131.52.
I am assuming this is a problem with the RMS software, not BPQ32.
--- In BPQ32@yahoogroups.com, "Jeff Thomas - WA4ZKO" <wa4zko@...> wrote:
> A tip for those running RMS Packet on top of BPQ32 with non-RF ports.
> Here is a tip if you would like to clean up the 0.000 MHz "crud"
> entries on the RMS Packet Status page here:
> From within RMS Packet's "Packet Channels" page:
> 1. Note the following settings from your RF port page, probably port
> a. Port Frequency
> b. On-Air Baud Rate
> c. Power
> d. antenna direction
> e. Max Streams
> f. Packet Length
> g. Antenna Gain
> h. Antenna Height above ground
> 2. Enable all the ports (example AX/IP, L4 Network connections) as you
> go through updating the above info into each port.
> 3. Do the usual update button stuff, close and restart.
> 4. After awhile the crud entries should fade away.
> I found this after experimenting around trying to get around this
> cosmetic annoyance. Figured I'd get multiple entries for each
> freq/call, but was pleasantly surprised when it suddenly cleaned my
> status page entries up. I haven't tested what happens if you just
> enable each port in RMS and don't change the info on the non-rf ports.
> Best I can tell, no harm done by this.