RE: RE: [BPQ32] Router assigning strange ports?
Thanks will try that. I was suspecting a axip mapped route recently added.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, <mmelnik1@...> wrote:Mike
Click on the Yellow BPQ Icon lower right of tool tray, select BPQ
32 Console, this will open the
BPQ32 MDI Window, click on the BPQ32 Console Version DLL window,
scroll down the window
And check for any errors, if all ok, see my below comment.
I have seen the same from time to time going back to version 5 of
BPQ32 (WIN/BPQ) it seems to happen
More when I edit in or make a change in eth AXIP port
configuration and then do a RE-Read.
Usually closing all BPQ32 Programs and restarting BPQ32 programs
solves the problem, how ever I have
Seen the same problem if MAP a user in, I rarely Map users in
relying on the AUTOADDMAP, but there
Are some users that do not use AUTOADDMAP so the Node/Host needs
to be mapped in, when I run
Across the strange port address, I run a Ping on the Host and
check their IP Address, in most cases
There is a problem on the partner's end that the Host Updater has
not been installed or set up, if the two
IP Address do not match you see the wrong port address.
My first suggestion is not to MAP your partner in if he has (you
Mapped in), wait a bit, then check the
AXIP Resolver again for that call.
Once you have received his IP Address, you can ping his Host and
compare against his received IP address.
John G8BPQ may have a better idea.
Let us know if this helps.
BPQ32 Group Moderator
From: BPQ32@yahoogroups.com [mailto:BPQ32@yahoogroups.com] On
Behalf Of mikeaburton@...
Sent: Friday, August 30, 2013 8:50 PM
Subject: [BPQ32] Router assigning strange ports?
Have BPQ running and the normal ports open on the router;
10092 10093 12055 directed to the BPQ computer
I map as I should for 10093.
But after a while I broadcast an odd port # such as 52911 on
The 10093 gets ignored and when this happens, no one can axip to
me as they are trying on 10093.
Pulling my hair out on this one,