Well after a lot of help I finally got that figured out with some emails from Ron and a couple of other s. Actually it wasn t clear to me that AGWtoBPQ.exeMessage 1 of 2 , Oct 24, 2005View SourceWell after a lot of help I finally got that figured out with some
emails from Ron and a couple of other's. Actually it wasn't clear to
me that AGWtoBPQ.exe completely replaces bpq32.exe. I was trying to
run them both at once.
Very seemless operation and took about 2 minutes to make a UDP port to
a DXSpider which is what I was playing with. I have an old AK1A
cluster that I link via the bpq32 to several stations and also link it
via RF. But more and more folks were wanting telnet/internet access
and as a friend that was building me a Linux replacement for my old
JNOS box never got it done it was far easier to just switch to the
DXSpider under Windows with BPQ32.
Still have some issues on getting the AK1A to talk to the DXSpider but
that is just because I really have no idea how that works but will get
some support and work it out.
Thanks Ron and everyone else.
BPQ32_409s_Beta_20051114 is available in the files section: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/BPQ32/files/BPQ32_409r_Beta_20051114/ and atMessage 1 of 2 , Nov 14, 2005View SourceBPQ32_409s_Beta_20051114 is available in the files section:
After installing this latest beta you must run RegBPQ32.bat to update
the Windows registry to insure that all the latest modules will be selected.
This release adds the monitor interface which was previously not
implemented as well as correcting a low incidence fault.
It has been running 24/7 for 10 days at my site interfacing with
AR-Cluster, UIView32, and UI-DX Bridge.
Ron Stordahl, N5IN