I think the problem is that the T2 can't buffer multiple outgoing
packets at the same time. On some platforms you can set it to only send
1 packet at a time, but I forget the parameter.
I've got a fix on my to-do list, but it's going to take some work given
the limited buffer space.
Byron Servies wrote:
> Sorry for the resend, but this problem continues to stymy me. Does
> anyone have any ideas for things I could try?
> Byron KI6NUL
> -- resend --
> I have tried searching for a solution to my problem, but came up empty.
> This past week I have built an interface cable for my VX-170 2m HT using
> instructions and got it working with my Tracker2 using APRS. I receive APRS
> fine and can send messages using the Tracker2 console. The tracker2 was
> configured with the latest production firmware via the web and besides
> my call,
> I left the configuration options at the default
> My HT, by the way, is connected to a J-pole outside the house at about
> 25 feet
> and is running at 5w with "receive power save" turned off. Then, I tried
> to get
> Paclink and winlink 200 working.
> After getting paclink to connect via telnet, I tried the built in
> generic kiss
> module in paclink and use the tracker2. This sent a message via the HT
> and the
> HT and TNC both flashed green on receive, but paclink timed out. So, I
> installed AGW and tried their TNC KISS connection using the parameters
> for the
> Tracker2 from the ArgentData WIKI.
> When I do this, I get the following out of AGWmonitor:
> 1:Fm KI6NUL To K6BJ-10 <SABM P>[21:29:05]
> 1:Fm K6BJ-10 To KI6NUL <I P R0 S0 pid=F0 Len=23 >[21:29:07]
> and after 60 seconds, paclink and agw time out. This behavior is similar
> using the paclink internal generic KISS controller. During this 60 second
> timeout, the receive light on both the HT and the Tracker2 flash, but no
> additional packets are decoded from the RMS server. The combination also
> decodes the periodic identifier from the RMS server correctly:
> 1:Fm K6BJ-10 To USERS <UI pid=F0 Len=32 >[21:31:53]
> RMS Packet Server in Santa Cruz
> I've tried RX EQ on and off in the tracker2, and the entire range of HT
> audio volume. All results are the same.
> Today, I built a dual-head serial cable so I could monitor incoming
> packets from
> the TNC before it got to AGW to see if something was being sent and not
> but there is no additional traffic from the Tracker2 than what is shown in
> AGWmonitor. So, at this point, I have exhausted what I know to do on my
> own and
> am asking the forum for help.
> What can I do to get packets from our local RMS server to decode? Anything I
> can try at all?
> Byron KI6NUL