1249RE: [BPQ32] Initial setup help
- Oct 16, 2008KISS mode and some a re-start after....Dave n4zkf
From: BPQ32@yahoogroups.com [mailto:BPQ32@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of Mark
Sent: Thursday, October 16, 2008 1:55 PM
Subject: Re: [BPQ32] Initial setup help
IF you have the port in bpqcfg.txt configured as a 'KISS' port you will
need to force your tnc into the KISS mode for it to communicate with
BPQ. You can do this using a terminal program (link HyperTerm in
Windows) for most tncs prior to starting BPQ.
- Mark K2CAN
Lee Inman wrote:
> I've just begun with BPQ32 and need a little help with establishing a
> basic system.
> As a start I'd like to use a KPC-3+ TNC to set up a a BPQ node and use
> the BPQ terminal application to interact with it. I have installed
> BPQ32 using the installer from the files section. I'm using the "small"
> example configuration files and have edited the bpqcfg.txt file with
> what I think are the minimal settings I need to change (mainly just
> callsigns and aliases).
> I have compiled the config file and then started up BPQTerminal. At
> this point I don't see any activity at the TNC or the radio. I do see
> on the console window that port 01 was initialized (ASYNC).
> I can use a simple terminal like HyperTerm and control the TNC to
> perform packet connections, interact with mailboxes, etc. Obviously, I
> have missed something very important, but reading the install documents
> hasn't revealed it to me. Your assistance would be appreciated.
> 73, Lee K0QED
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