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  • Jerry
    I uploaded two files.. SCS tracker Firmware V 1.3j Winmor TNC V 1.5.4.2 Enjoy. 73 N9LYA/K9BBS http://w9bbs.no-ip.org:8080
    Message 1 of 11 , Dec 5, 2013
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      I uploaded two files..

       

      SCS tracker Firmware V 1.3j

      Winmor TNC V 1.5.4.2

       

      Enjoy.

       

      73

       

      N9LYA/K9BBS  http://w9bbs.no-ip.org:8080  K9BBS IP 44.48.0.42

      Linbpq 6.0.4.36 Debian Linux 7.0.0 Dell_Server_2600_4GBRAM_73GBHD_Dual_Dual_Core_CPU_1.8Ghz

       

      W9HU http://w9bbs.no-ip.org:8081

      PilinBPQ 6.0.4.28

      Raspbian-wheezy-7_Rpi_B_700MHz_256MBram_128GB-SD-class10

       

      N9LYA-5  IP 44.48.0.46 Jnos 2.0j

      N9LYA-9 IP 44.48.0.41 Uronode 2.1

      Debian Linux 6.0.7

      HP 3.4Ghz  2GB Ram 2TB Hard drive

       

      W9BBS-3 IP 44.48.0.45 MSYS 1.20Beta4

      Dell XPSp3 40GB HD 4GB Ram

       

      http://www.mitchellwx.com  wview 5.20.2

      http://www.n9lya.com

      http://www.hfskipnet.net

      http://www/indianapacketcouncil.com

      http://aprs.fi/#!mt=roadmap&z=11&call=a%2FN9LYA-5&timerange=3600&tail=3600

      http://aprs.fi/#!mt=roadmap&z=11&call=a%2FN9LYA-3&timerange=3600&tail=3600

       

      My net44 subnet

      44.48.0.41     uronode.n9lya.ampr.org uronode.n9lya

      44.48.0.42     k9bbs.ampr.org k9bbs

      44.48.0.43     k9uy.ampr.org k9uy

      44.48.0.44     w9otr.ampr.org w9otr

      44.48.0.45     w9bbs.ampr.org w9bbs

      44.48.0.46     n9lya.ampr.org n9lya n9lya-3

       

       

      73 Jerry N9LYA

      HF Skipnet Coordinator

      HF Skipnet Midwest HUB

      ARRL Net Manager - Packet Indiana

      AmprNet IP Coordinator Indiana

      Indiana Packet Coordinator

       

      Sysop N9LYA/K9BBS/W9BBS/W9OTR

       

      W9OTR Hoosier Amateur Radio Digital Society

      W9HU Hoosier Radio Society

       

    • Dave Webb
      Does anyone know what this all means and can it be minimized? It really clutters up the VHF frequency. I believe the far node is a NetRom. (note, callsigns and
      Message 2 of 11 , Dec 5, 2013
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        Does anyone know what this all means and can it be minimized? It really clutters up the VHF frequency.
        I believe the far node is a NetRom.
        (note, callsigns and designators are MARS licenses)
        73
        Dave
        WB2HVF/AFA2HV
        Sysop AFC2MC

        23:49:48R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
        [23:49:49T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
        23:49:52R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
        [23:49:53T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
        [23:49:54T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
        23:49:55R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
        [23:49:56T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
        23:49:57R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
        [23:49:58T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
        23:50:00R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
        23:50:00R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
        [23:50:01T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
        [23:50:02T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
        23:50:03R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
        [23:50:06T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
        23:50:06R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
        [23:50:06T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
        23:50:08R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
        23:50:08R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
        [23:50:09T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
        [23:50:11T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
        23:50:11R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
        [23:50:12T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
        23:50:13R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
        [23:50:14T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
        23:50:15R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
        [23:50:16T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
        23:50:17R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
        [23:50:19T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
        23:50:19R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
        23:50:21R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
        [23:50:23T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
        [23:50:24T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
        [23:50:27T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
        23:50:29R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
        [23:50:31T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
        [23:50:32T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
        23:50:33R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
        [23:50:34T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
        [23:50:35T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
        23:50:37R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
        [23:50:38T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
        23:50:41R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
        [23:50:42T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
        23:50:43R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>




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      • Jim
        Set FRACK RESPTIME and TXDELAY I am using FRACK=5000 ;5 seconds RESPONSETIME to 1000 ;1 sec MAXFRAME to 1 ;until you can set it to a longer amount RETRIES TO
        Message 3 of 11 , Dec 5, 2013
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          Set FRACK RESPTIME and TXDELAY
           
          I am using FRACK=5000 ;5 seconds
          RESPONSETIME to 1000 ;1 sec
          MAXFRAME to 1 ;until you can set it to a longer amount
          RETRIES TO 10
          PACLEN TO 236 ;NETROM USES THE REST OF THE OVERHEAD FOR ITS CODE.
           
          ----- Original Message -----
          From: Dave Webb
          Sent: Friday, December 06, 2013 0:11
          Subject: [BPQ32] Packet exchange

           

          Does anyone know what this all means and can it be minimized? It really clutters up the VHF frequency.
          I believe the far node is a NetRom.
          (note, callsigns and designators are MARS licenses)
          73
          Dave
          WB2HVF/AFA2HV
          Sysop AFC2MC

          23:49:48R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
          [23:49:49T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
          23:49:52R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
          [23:49:53T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
          [23:49:54T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
          23:49:55R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
          [23:49:56T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
          23:49:57R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
          [23:49:58T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
          23:50:00R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
          23:50:00R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
          [23:50:01T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
          [23:50:02T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
          23:50:03R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
          [23:50:06T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
          23:50:06R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
          [23:50:06T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
          23:50:08R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
          23:50:08R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
          [23:50:09T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
          [23:50:11T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
          23:50:11R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
          [23:50:12T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
          23:50:13R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
          [23:50:14T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
          23:50:15R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
          [23:50:16T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
          23:50:17R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
          [23:50:19T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
          23:50:19R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
          23:50:21R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
          [23:50:23T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
          [23:50:24T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
          [23:50:27T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
          23:50:29R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
          [23:50:31T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
          [23:50:32T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
          23:50:33R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
          [23:50:34T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
          [23:50:35T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
          23:50:37R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
          [23:50:38T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
          23:50:41R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
          [23:50:42T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
          23:50:43R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>




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        • Dave Webb
          Thanks Jim I reset the MAXFRAME from 7 to 1 and the RETRIES from 5 to 10. Everything else was the same. I ll see how that works out. 73 Dave ... This email is
          Message 4 of 11 , Dec 5, 2013
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            Thanks Jim
            I reset the MAXFRAME from 7 to 1 and the RETRIES from 5 to 10.
            Everything else was the same.
            I'll see how that works out.
            73
            Dave



            On 12/5/2013 7:52 PM, Jim wrote:
            Set FRACK RESPTIME and TXDELAY
             
            I am using FRACK=5000 ;5 seconds
            RESPONSETIME to 1000 ;1 sec
            MAXFRAME to 1 ;until you can set it to a longer amount
            RETRIES TO 10
            PACLEN TO 236 ;NETROM USES THE REST OF THE OVERHEAD FOR ITS CODE.
             




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          • Jim
            If you can set the other side via the password ... From: Dave Webb To: BPQ32@yahoogroups.com Sent: Friday, December 06, 2013 1:04 Subject: Re: [BPQ32] Packet
            Message 5 of 11 , Dec 5, 2013
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              If you can set the other side via the password
               
              ----- Original Message -----
              From: Dave Webb
              Sent: Friday, December 06, 2013 1:04
              Subject: Re: [BPQ32] Packet exchange

               

              Thanks Jim
              I reset the MAXFRAME from 7 to 1 and the RETRIES from 5 to 10.
              Everything else was the same.
              I'll see how that works out.
              73
              Dave



              On 12/5/2013 7:52 PM, Jim wrote:
              Set FRACK RESPTIME and TXDELAY
               
              I am using FRACK=5000 ;5 seconds
              RESPONSETIME to 1000 ;1 sec
              MAXFRAME to 1 ;until you can set it to a longer amount
              RETRIES TO 10
              PACLEN TO 236 ;NETROM USES THE REST OF THE OVERHEAD FOR ITS CODE.
               




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            • Dave Webb
              The other side is part of the NE MARS packet network, which has been in operation for over 30 years and other members control them. I don t think they are
              Message 6 of 11 , Dec 5, 2013
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                The other side is part of the NE MARS packet network, which has been in operation for over 30 years and other members control them. I don't think they are about to change.


                On 12/5/2013 8:22 PM, Jim wrote:
                 

                If you can set the other side via the password
                 
                ----- Original Message -----
                From: Dave Webb
                Sent: Friday, December 06, 2013 1:04
                Subject: Re: [BPQ32] Packet exchange

                 

                Thanks Jim
                I reset the MAXFRAME from 7 to 1 and the RETRIES from 5 to 10.
                Everything else was the same.
                I'll see how that works out.
                73
                Dave



                On 12/5/2013 7:52 PM, Jim wrote:
                Set FRACK RESPTIME and TXDELAY
                 
                I am using FRACK=5000 ;5 seconds
                RESPONSETIME to 1000 ;1 sec
                MAXFRAME to 1 ;until you can set it to a longer amount
                RETRIES TO 10
                PACLEN TO 236 ;NETROM USES THE REST OF THE OVERHEAD FOR ITS CODE.
                 




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            • Dave Webb
              That didn t seem to help. Any other items I can try changing? ... This email is free from viruses and malware because avast! Antivirus protection is active.
              Message 7 of 11 , Dec 5, 2013
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                That didn't seem to help.
                Any other items I can try changing?



                On 12/5/2013 8:04 PM, Dave Webb wrote:
                Thanks Jim
                I reset the MAXFRAME from 7 to 1 and the RETRIES from 5 to 10.
                Everything else was the same.
                I'll see how that works out.
                73
                Dave



                On 12/5/2013 7:52 PM, Jim wrote:
                Set FRACK RESPTIME and TXDELAY
                 
                I am using FRACK=5000 ;5 seconds
                RESPONSETIME to 1000 ;1 sec
                MAXFRAME to 1 ;until you can set it to a longer amount
                RETRIES TO 10
                PACLEN TO 236 ;NETROM USES THE REST OF THE OVERHEAD FOR ITS CODE.
                 





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              • John Wiseman
                Dave, What do you have T3 set to? It looks like you are sending link validation polls every few seconds. Normal setting is around 180, with a small variation
                Message 8 of 11 , Dec 6, 2013
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                  Dave,

                   

                  What do you have T3 set to? It looks like you are sending link validation polls every few seconds. Normal setting is  around 180, with a small variation for stations on the same frequency so your polls don't collide with those from the other end. You also seem to be repeating the polls when you don't get a response very quickly = what is FRACK set to?

                   

                  73, John

                   


                  From: BPQ32@yahoogroups.com [mailto: BPQ32@yahoogroups.com ] On Behalf Of Dave Webb
                  Sent: 06 December 2013 00:11
                  To: BPQ32@yahoogroups.com
                  Subject: [BPQ32] Packet exchange

                   

                   

                  Does anyone know what this all means and can it be minimized? It really clutters up the VHF frequency.
                  I believe the far node is a NetRom.
                  (note, callsigns and designators are MARS licenses)
                  73
                  Dave
                  WB2HVF/AFA2HV
                  Sysop AFC2MC

                  23:49:48R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
                  [23:49:49T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
                  23:49:52R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
                  [23:49:53T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
                  [23:49:54T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
                  23:49:55R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
                  [23:49:56T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
                  23:49:57R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
                  [23:49:58T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
                  23:50:00R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
                  23:50:00R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
                  [23:50:01T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
                  [23:50:02T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
                  23:50:03R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
                  [23:50:06T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
                  23:50:06R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
                  [23:50:06T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
                  23:50:08R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
                  23:50:08R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
                  [23:50:09T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
                  [23:50:11T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
                  23:50:11R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
                  [23:50:12T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
                  23:50:13R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
                  [23:50:14T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
                  23:50:15R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
                  [23:50:16T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
                  23:50:17R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
                  [23:50:19T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
                  23:50:19R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
                  23:50:21R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
                  [23:50:23T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
                  [23:50:24T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
                  [23:50:27T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
                  23:50:29R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
                  [23:50:31T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
                  [23:50:32T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
                  23:50:33R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
                  [23:50:34T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
                  [23:50:35T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
                  23:50:37R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
                  [23:50:38T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
                  23:50:41R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
                  [23:50:42T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
                  23:50:43R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>



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                • Dave Webb
                  T3 was set to 0. I reset it to 180. We are all on the same frequency. FRACK is set to 5000. 73 Dave ... This email is free from viruses and malware because
                  Message 9 of 11 , Dec 6, 2013
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                    T3 was set to 0. I reset it to 180. We are all on the same frequency.
                    FRACK is set to 5000.
                    73
                    Dave


                    On 12/6/2013 4:40 AM, John Wiseman wrote:
                     

                    Dave,

                     

                    What do you have T3 set to? It looks like you are sending link validation polls every few seconds. Normal setting is  around 180, with a small variation for stations on the same frequency so your polls don't collide with those from the other end. You also seem to be repeating the polls when you don't get a response very quickly = what is FRACK set to?

                     

                    73, John

                     


                    From: BPQ32@yahoogroups.com [mailto:BPQ32@yahoogroups.com ] On Behalf Of Dave Webb
                    Sent: 06 December 2013 00:11
                    To: BPQ32@yahoogroups.com
                    Subject: [BPQ32] Packet exchange

                     

                     

                    Does anyone know what this all means and can it be minimized? It really clutters up the VHF frequency.
                    I believe the far node is a NetRom.
                    (note, callsigns and designators are MARS licenses)
                    73
                    Dave
                    WB2HVF/AFA2HV
                    Sysop AFC2MC

                    23:49:48R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
                    [23:49:49T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
                    23:49:52R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
                    [23:49:53T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
                    [23:49:54T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
                    23:49:55R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
                    [23:49:56T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
                    23:49:57R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
                    [23:49:58T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
                    23:50:00R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
                    23:50:00R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
                    [23:50:01T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
                    [23:50:02T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
                    23:50:03R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
                    [23:50:06T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
                    23:50:06R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
                    [23:50:06T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
                    23:50:08R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
                    23:50:08R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
                    [23:50:09T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
                    [23:50:11T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
                    23:50:11R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
                    [23:50:12T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
                    23:50:13R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
                    [23:50:14T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
                    23:50:15R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
                    [23:50:16T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
                    23:50:17R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
                    [23:50:19T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
                    23:50:19R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
                    23:50:21R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
                    [23:50:23T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
                    [23:50:24T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
                    [23:50:27T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
                    23:50:29R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
                    [23:50:31T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
                    [23:50:32T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
                    23:50:33R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
                    [23:50:34T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
                    [23:50:35T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
                    23:50:37R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
                    [23:50:38T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
                    23:50:41R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
                    [23:50:42T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
                    23:50:43R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>



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                  • Dave Webb
                    Hi John After an hour of monitoring, this (setting T3 to 180) seems to have taken care of the problem. Thanks and 73 Dave ... This email is free from viruses
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                      Hi John
                      After an hour of monitoring, this (setting T3 to 180) seems to have taken care of the problem.
                      Thanks and 73
                      Dave

                      On 12/6/2013 6:26 AM, Dave Webb wrote:
                      T3 was set to 0. I reset it to 180. We are all on the same frequency.
                      FRACK is set to 5000.
                      73
                      Dave


                      On 12/6/2013 4:40 AM, John Wiseman wrote:
                       

                      Dave,

                       

                      What do you have T3 set to? It looks like you are sending link validation polls every few seconds. Normal setting is  around 180, with a small variation for stations on the same frequency so your polls don't collide with those from the other end. You also seem to be repeating the polls when you don't get a response very quickly = what is FRACK set to?

                       

                      73, John

                       


                      From: BPQ32@yahoogroups.com [mailto:BPQ32@yahoogroups.com ] On Behalf Of Dave Webb
                      Sent: 06 December 2013 00:11
                      To: BPQ32@yahoogroups.com
                      Subject: [BPQ32] Packet exchange

                       

                       

                      Does anyone know what this all means and can it be minimized? It really clutters up the VHF frequency.
                      I believe the far node is a NetRom.
                      (note, callsigns and designators are MARS licenses)
                      73
                      Dave
                      WB2HVF/AFA2HV
                      Sysop AFC2MC

                      23:49:48R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2Port=2 <RR R F R2>
                      [23:49:49T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
                      23:49:52R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
                      [23:49:53T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
                      [23:49:54T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
                      23:49:55R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
                      [23:49:56T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
                      23:49:57R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
                      [23:49:58T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
                      23:50:00R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
                      23:50:00R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
                      [23:50:01T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
                      [23:50:02T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
                      23:50:03R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
                      [23:50:06T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
                      23:50:06R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
                      [23:50:06T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
                      23:50:08R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
                      23:50:08R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
                      [23:50:09T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
                      [23:50:11T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
                      23:50:11R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
                      [23:50:12T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
                      23:50:13R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
                      [23:50:14T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
                      23:50:15R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
                      [23:50:16T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
                      23:50:17R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
                      [23:50:19T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
                      23:50:19R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
                      23:50:21R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
                      [23:50:23T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
                      [23:50:24T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
                      [23:50:27T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
                      23:50:29R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
                      [23:50:31T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
                      [23:50:32T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
                      23:50:33R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
                      [23:50:34T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
                      [23:50:35T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
                      23:50:37R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
                      [23:50:38T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
                      23:50:41R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
                      [23:50:42T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
                      23:50:43R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>



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                    • Mike Melnik
                      Dave As John mentioned T3=180 will help, PACLEN=236 is Maximum for any TNC Node, including KA-Nodes, Will accept. Only NET ROM systems or TNC S with a NET ROM
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                      Dave

                      As John mentioned T3=180 will help, PACLEN=236 is Maximum for any TNC Node,
                      including KA-Nodes,
                      Will accept.

                      Only NET ROM systems or TNC'S with a NET ROM package will handle a PACLEN
                      above Paclen 236,
                      So 236 is cutting it pretty close and the remote node may not receive your
                      response in full,
                      you mite want to try PACLEN=200

                      HF users should only use PACLEN under 80, usually 60 - 80 gets the job down.

                      Jim's idea of MAXFRAME=1 is a good idea, (2 at the most).

                      What you are really seeing is your BPQ32 Node responding/Polling a remote
                      Net Rom,
                      BPQ32 will send a connect poll to check if the Net ROMS are still in the
                      connected state,
                      normally every 2 minutes, if the response reply is correct, in your case the
                      response
                      are not, so it keeps trying about every 1 - 2 seconds.

                      This may be from improper TX AUDIO settings, once a TNC is in Kiss mode more
                      TX Audio (AFSK or FSK) is not better.

                      Two ways to stop the polling between two Net ROMs,

                      One, is to set your QUALITY=0 in the Port 2 Configuration.

                      The second option is to add in the Port 2 port configuration NOKEEPALIVES=1
                      (yes the S is included),
                      This statement may be placed any where in the Port 2 configuration, mine is
                      as follows:
                      TYPE-ASYNC
                      NOKEEPALIVES=1

                      If you do want to send out a small Nodes broadcast, set the MINQUAL= 1
                      higher then QUALITY, eg
                      QUALITY=192
                      MINQUAL=193

                      (Yes It does Work)
                      As long as your Sub Call/Calls Quality's (Application Calls) are above 192,
                      or QUALITY you have set,
                      Usually 200-255

                      This will only send your node call, your sub calls & possibility neighboring
                      node call, rather then a large Nodes list,
                      NOKEEPALIVES=1 will be needed in this case.

                      If your QUALITY=0 you should not be having these problems.

                      This will prevent BPQ32 node from polling a Heard Node Broadcast to/from a
                      (NET ROM) on port frequency,
                      This is very useful when there is a Band Opening.

                      MY station Node located in Racine WI often hears other NET ROMs from
                      Michigan then started polling,
                      NOKEEPALIVES=1 has solved the problem for several years now.

                      Hope this was helpful.

                      73

                      Mike N9PMO
                      BPQ32 Group Moderator
                      www.n9pmo.com
                      -----Original Message-----
                      From: BPQ32@yahoogroups.com [mailto:BPQ32@yahoogroups.com]
                      On Behalf Of Dave Webb
                      Sent: Thursday, December 05, 2013 6:11 PM
                      To: BPQ32@yahoogroups.com
                      Subject: [BPQ32] Packet exchange



                      Does anyone know what this all means and can it be
                      minimized? It really clutters up the VHF frequency.
                      I believe the far node is a NetRom.
                      (note, callsigns and designators are MARS licenses)
                      73
                      Dave
                      WB2HVF/AFA2HV
                      Sysop AFC2MC

                      23:49:48R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
                      [23:49:49T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
                      23:49:52R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
                      [23:49:53T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
                      [23:49:54T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
                      23:49:55R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
                      [23:49:56T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
                      23:49:57R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
                      [23:49:58T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
                      23:50:00R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
                      23:50:00R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
                      [23:50:01T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
                      [23:50:02T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
                      23:50:03R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
                      [23:50:06T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
                      23:50:06R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
                      [23:50:06T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
                      23:50:08R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
                      23:50:08R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
                      [23:50:09T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
                      [23:50:11T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
                      23:50:11R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
                      [23:50:12T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
                      23:50:13R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
                      [23:50:14T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
                      23:50:15R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
                      [23:50:16T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
                      23:50:17R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
                      [23:50:19T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
                      23:50:19R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
                      23:50:21R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
                      [23:50:23T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
                      [23:50:24T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
                      [23:50:27T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
                      23:50:29R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
                      [23:50:31T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
                      [23:50:32T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
                      23:50:33R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
                      [23:50:34T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
                      [23:50:35T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
                      23:50:37R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
                      [23:50:38T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
                      23:50:41R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>
                      [23:50:42T AFC2MC-2>PAXP01 Port=2 <RR C P R0>
                      23:50:43R PAXP01>AFC2MC-2 Port=2 <RR R F R2>


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