9097Re: Receiving FRMR Frames, Unrecognized Data on Transmit?
- Oct 1, 2012K.O.,
Thanks for the info. Unfortunately, none of the changes I made based on your config seem to have done the trick.
--- In BPQ32@yahoogroups.com, "K.O. Higgs" <n0kfq@...> wrote:
> I am using a KAMXL with BPQ32 and enclosed is the setup I use. Perhaps
> you can find something useful here.
> 73, K.O. n0kfq
> On 10/1/2012 7:09 AM, james_nf8i wrote:
> > Hello all,
> > I seem to be having trouble with the transmit data from the BPQ node
> > I'm trying to set up. The TNC is a Kantronics KAM XL, which I'm trying
> > to interface with BPQ in KISS mode for 2m Packet. The eventual goal is
> > to host an RMS node, a BBS, and whatever else might eventually seem
> > useful.
> > When it is in normal "command" mode, everything seems to work fine.
> > Running through BPQ, there seems to be a lot of bad data going out,
> > although I can't seem to figure out exactly what is bad about it. When
> > I try to connect to a distant RMS node (which works fine without BPQ),
> > I can get one command to work, then any other command I send is
> > "Command Not Recognized".
> > If I connect to a distant TNC just running on CONVERS mode, it doesn't
> > even get that far. Two different TNCs start sending "FRMR" frames to
> > me as soon as I try to connect. If they connect to me, it looks on my
> > end like everything is fine, but as soon as BPQ sends any packets, the
> > FRMR frames are sent back.
> > Any advice or insight?
> > Thanks and 73,
> > James, NF8I
> > =================
> > Current Port Config:
> > PORT
> > PORTNUM=2
> > ID=BPQ 145.750 MHz
> > PORTALIAS=W3LRC-5
> > TYPE=ASYNC
> > PROTOCOL=KISS
> > FULLDUP=0
> > COMPORT=3
> > SPEED=9600
> > CHANNEL=B
> > PERSIST=64
> > SLOTTIME=100
> > TXDELAY=400
> > TXTAIL=40
> > QUALITY=192
> > MAXFRAME=7
> > FRACK=5000
> > RESPTIME=1000
> > RETRIES=5
> > PACLEN=128
> > UNPROTO=CQ
> > BCALL=W3LRC-1
> > L3ONLY=0
> > DIGIFLAG=1
> > DIGIPORT=0
> > USERS=0
> > ENDPORT
> K.O. Higgs
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