10950Re: [BPQ32] Re: TNC Reset
- Jul 6, 2013Mike / DaveI assume you meant 'JKISS' eprom. I have been using these in MFJ1720C's forever. No resetting needed. My 'coin' (lithium) batteries are likely dead, but it doesn't matter. Just replace the TNC2 eprom with JKISS and never have any reset issues.Ron, AE5E
From: Mike Nettles <Mike_Nettles@...>
Sent: Saturday, July 6, 2013 10:04 AM
Subject: Re: [BPQ32] Re: TNC Reset
Dave, I can burn you a KISS Eprom if you want. I use one in one of my MFJ's and it works fine with BPQ32. Let me know and I'll get it in the mail on Monday.73Mike kb5wbh----- Original Message -----From: Dave WebbSent: Saturday, July 06, 2013 9:34 AMSubject: Re: [BPQ32] Re: TNC ResetThanks for all the replies.
I have found that sometimes when I unplug or turn off the TNC which happens to be an MFJ 1270C, it drops out of kiss mode but retains all the other parms, so it appears the BU Batt is still good.
I have started by getting an extension cord and hooking the TNC power up to the UPS that I use for the computer. If that doesn't work, I'll start going through each of all your suggestions until I get this fixed.
I use Hyperterm in XP to bring it into KISS mode using KISS ON then RESTART.
I have Outpost and use it's tools for working with BPQ over my LAN using my Laptop which has Win8.
The HTML access it a wonderful tool when I am traveling. It's almost like being at the console. The only thing missing is the ability to restart everything in the event the BBS locks up. This has happened twice to me in the past where the node continued to work and the BBS locked up. I haven't seen it happen since the latest upgrade though, which is good.
On 7/6/2013 7:38 AM, KU4GW Cliff wrote:
When my MFJ 1270B TNC 2 drops out of KISS mode like it has a couple times, just the other day when I called my daughter and had her to unhook coaxes on my HF station because of a approaching thunderstorm, she also unplugged the TNC power cord from the wall and when I restarted everything when I got home it was out of KISS mode and wouldn't connect to anything on my RF port 1. KF4LLF Seth showed me this a while back. You can download Outpost Packet Message Manager and go to the start menu in Windows under All Programs and click on Outpost, Ipserial, and then just type KISS ON in the window and hit the enter key and it puts the TNC back in KISS mode. You don't actually see what your typing when you type KISS ON, but after you do and hit enter it displays KISS mode on in the Outpost Ipserial window. Then just close Outpost and restart the BPQ software. Works like a charm!
--- In BPQ32@yahoogroups.com, Dave Webb <druliefw@...> wrote:
> My TNC 2 which is on the VHF port, keeps dropping out of KISS mode.
> Is there any way to reset the TNC without taking down the whole BBS?
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