RE: [BPQ32] DXSpider With BPQ
- Hi Paul,
It is likely that who.pl needs to be modified. I'm away from home at the
moment, but will look into it when I get the chance.
From: BPQ32@yahoogroups.com [mailto:BPQ32@yahoogroups.com]On Behalf Of
Paul Nafzger Jr.
Sent: 19 April 2006 01:04
Subject: Re: [BPQ32] DXSpider With BPQ
I helped set up a nearby DXSpider node on a Windows 2000 box running
BPQ32 with 4 RF ports.
All appears well so far except that when a who command is done here is
what is shown.
Callsign Type Started
Name Ave RTT Link
K9DDO USER 16-Apr-2006 0245Z Don
K9IR USER 16-Apr-2006 1612Z
K9MM USER 15-Apr-2006 1923Z John
K9PPY USER 17-Apr-2006 1353Z
KB9KKN NODE DXSP 15-Apr-2006 1930Z WKDXC 7.46
KB9KKN-6 USER 18-Apr-2006 2142Z Paul
N9EW NODE DXSP 15-Apr-2006 1842Z Northrop G
N9US USER 16-Apr-2006 1519Z Bill
N9US-1 USER 16-Apr-2006 0204Z Bill
W9VY USER 18-Apr-2006 2333Z Daniel
KB9KKN-6 de N9EW 18-Apr-2006 2350Z 2.289 dxspider >
As can be seen no link info is seen. My guess is connect.pl has to go in
spider\cmd\who directory not spider\local_cmd\show
where I have it now per instructions.
John other than that it looks like BPQ32 in running great.
Paul KB9KKN, Sysop KB9KKN DXSpider Linux node and assistant Sysop N9EW node.
John Wiseman wrote:
> Tony,Yahoo! Groups Links
> The link between Spider and BPQ isn't via TCP. Spider calls the BPQ
> Application Programming interface directly. It requires a patch to
> Spider -
> the files haven't been offically published, but were attached to a message
> to the group a few days ago.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: BPQ32@yahoogroups.com [mailto:BPQ32@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf
> Of Tony
> Sent: 12 March 2006 21:42
> To: BPQ32@yahoogroups.com
> Subject: [BPQ32] DXSpider With BPQ
> was this correct on understanding, that there is a direct interface
> dxspider and BPQ, cause i still don't understand on how my spider
> on port 7300 will talk to a BPQ switch on the same machine using different
> am i missing something?