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1266Re: [BPQ32] bpq32 help

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  • Mark Harloff
    Nov 1, 2008
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      You are probably using the BPQ Telnet port in
      some other application that you are running.

      Check your BPQTelnetServer.cfg file to see what
      TCPPORT= is set to.
      Change it to a new port number and restart BPQ.
      If that solves the error problem, you should be
      able to telnet into the node using the new port

      If the error message re-appears, let us know.

      - Mark K2CAN

      mi0rsn wrote:
      > Hi all still having problems with telnet. I still get bind(sock)
      > failed error 10048.I think I have bpqcfg not set up right and not sure
      > about the port. I have tried 80 72 and 32 with no success.
      > Could some one send me a copy of bpqcfg. And where or do you put the
      > ip address?
      > I am running windows xp professional
      > Richard
      > MI0RSN
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