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Re: [BPQ32] AXIP Port & Ethernet Adapter Problem

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  • Keith Ray
    Hi All Thanks for your help Mark K2CAN and Duane N7QDN, problem resolved. Error on my behalf I m afraid, I had Xrouter Port RX/TX on UDP Port 93 and BPQ32
    Message 1 of 4 , Aug 4, 2008
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      Hi All
          Thanks for your help Mark K2CAN and Duane N7QDN, problem resolved. Error on my behalf I'm afraid, I had Xrouter Port RX/TX on UDP Port 93 and BPQ32 RX/TX on UDP Port 10093.
      Once again Thanks Very Much
      Keith G1GXB
       
      ----- Original Message -----
      From: Mark
      Sent: Monday, August 04, 2008 1:25 PM
      Subject: re: [BPQ32] AXIP Port & Ethernet Adapter Problem

      Hi Keith,

      I link two BPQ32 Nodes plus a FlexNet Digi here on the LAN at my QTH.

      I have also linked BPQ32 to an XRouter Node in the past (both were also
      on the LAN here).
      The BPQ32 Node(s) run on XP machines. The XRouter Node ran on a 98SE
      machine.

      To do this I used the AXIP setup in BPQ32. There is no need to run the
      Ethernet driver in BPQ32. Just setup an AXIP port in BPQ32 and point the
      Node to the XRouter IP address using the BPQAXIP cfg file.

      I also use this method to link to other Nodes around the world.

      - Mark K2CAN

      Keith Ray wrote:
      >
      >
      > I am trying to use BPQ32 and Sally Software to talk to another
      > computer running Xrouter and FBB software. The BPQ32 and Sally
      > Software are running in Vista Ultimate SP1 and Xrouter
      > plus FBB in Windows 98 SE. I have got BPQ32 running with 1 AXIP Port
      > and the Switch is interfacing with Sally OK but I cant get the port to
      > see or comunicate with Xrouter. I think the problem may be in the
      > BPQEther.cnf and the Adaptor name. I have run BPQAdapters. exe
      > but it produces an error report in Vista "The procedure entry point
      > PacketGetRead Event could not be located in the dynamic link library
      > Packet.dll". The name I tried to use is from the
      > System Information.
      >
      > # BPQ Port 1
      >
      > TXMODE 1 BPQ # BPQ or RLI
      > RXMODE 1 BPQ # BPQ or RLI
      >
      > TYPE 1 08FF # Ethernet Type
      >
      > DEST 1 00-20-AF-E5- 10-4F # Target Ethernet Addr - Multicast
      > as used in DOS BPQCODE
      >
      > SOURCE 1 00-1E-8C-D6- 51-AB # Source Ethernet Addr
      >
      > ADAPTER 1 PCI\VEN_10DE& DEV_02698SUBSYS_ 82211043& REV_A3\3& 2411E6FF& 0&A0
      > # Adapter Name
      >
      > The Xrouter Port I am trying to talk to is
      >
      > INTERFACE=8
      > TYPE=AXUDP
      > MTU=256
      > ENDINTERFACE
      >
      > PORT=10
      > ID=AXUDP link to PMS2
      > INTERFACENUM= 8
      > UDPLOCAL=93
      > UDPREMOTE=93
      > IPLINK=192.168. 0.75
      > MINQUAL=10
      > FRACK 2000
      > RESPTIME=200
      > RFBAUDS=56000 ; controls TCP window/nodes broadcasts
      > QUALITY=0 ; disable all L3/L4 on this port
      > NODESINTERVAL= 60
      > CFLAGS=15 ; allow up/down links/stop L3RTT
      > MAXHOPS=0 ; limits time domain horizon to 2 hops
      > MAXTT=0 ; limits time domain horizon
      > PROXY=GB7SOU, BBSSOU
      > MHEARD=10
      > SYSOP=1
      >
      > Any idea's on a cure?
      >
      > Keith Ray G1GXB
      >
      >
      >
      > No virus found in this incoming message.
      > Checked by AVG - http://www.avg. com
      > Version: 8.0.138 / Virus Database: 270.5.10/1586 - Release Date: 8/1/2008 6:59 PM
      >

      No virus found in this incoming message.
      Checked by AVG - http://www.avg.com 
      Version: 8.0.138 / Virus Database: 270.5.12/1589 - Release Date: 03/08/2008 13:00
      
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