13125RE: [BPQ32] Can I add an additional UDP Port?
- Mar 25 11:20 AMBobby
11001 showing in the Resolver window is you have not received a ping or
connection back from the other station, a few things can cause this:
error in you map line
Error in remote station map line or his DNS updater is not setup or running
More likely 10092 UDP in is router is blocked.
Note: is he has Satellite & Cell ISP server, UDP will not work, you both
would need to switch to AXTCP.
I have included a port checking tool in my drop box, download and install,
close all BPQ Programs
That are using the port in question, enter UDP and 10092 if it is open on
your end send your partner
The drop box URL with the instructions.
You can also try commenting out his Map line in your AXIP Port, in most
cases only one side needs the
Map line, if there is an error on the remote side DNS Host this may solve
Portforwarding.com is a good resource for Routers.
let me know how your turn out.
BPQ32 Group Moderator
From: BPQ32@yahoogroups.com [mailto:BPQ32@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of
Sent: Tuesday, March 25, 2014 11:45 AM
Subject: [BPQ32] Can I add an additional UDP Port?
I need some help as I can't find the answers I need. Like most, I am using
AXIP to forward with other stations. Most all are using UDP 10093. I have
new station who uses UDP 10092. I have that port opened in my firewall and
added the line UDP 10092 in my AX/IP/UDP port definition string but seem to
be getting an error. My the AXIP Port # Resolver, I see the station I want
to communicate with the proper MAP string but it ends with = 11001 B instead
of the actual IP address of that station.
Below is a copy of my AXIP section. Do I need UDP 10092, 10093 or as I have
;-------------------------- AX/IP/UDP port definition.-------------
All my MAP DATA is next.
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