10299Re: TNC KISS Init utility
- Apr 2, 2013Thanks Tony.
That is exactly what I was looking for.
Works fine with the USB uTNT on a virtual com port.
--- In BPQ32@yahoogroups.com, "wavetel1" <wavetel@...> wrote:
> Ive just uploaded a exe file to the files section of the group. I thought this was up there already but I could not find it there.
> SetTnc.exe works with Windows API as far as I can tell. You can also download it here
> You could put this together as a batch file to run up on startup.
> Read the instructions/help when you run it up. I included a readme file in there also. I have a couple of batch files on the desktop of my packet PC which are handy. I usually put the exe in the windows folder but it probably does not matter these days.
> 73 Tony VK5AH
> --- In BPQ32@yahoogroups.com, Neil Hughes <netlink@> wrote:
> > Has anyone got a little tnc KISS init utility that will handle virtual com
> > ports?
> > I'm running a pair of Elcomm USB uTNTs tnc on a remote WL2K VHF/UHF RMS
> > Packet station.
> > These little USB tncs drop out of KISS into Command mode each time the
> > computer restarts, and have to be manually placed in KISS before starting
> > BPQ32. The commands I need are "KISS ON" and "RESTART", then the tncs look
> > like TNC2s.
> > The TNC Init utilities that are in the "BPQ32 Files" section are quite old
> > and will only work with hardware addresses, not virtual com ports (COM3,
> > COM4).
> > I could use AGW Packet Engine to handle the two USB tncs, then (I think?)
> > run the BPQ32 to AGWPE interface, but that seems messy.
> > Thanks.
> > Neil
> > VE1YZ
> > Winlink Development Team
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