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Re: 2 PC's BBS to Cluster via AXIP

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  • g3ldi
    Hi Dave. I think I need three heads!! This is really confusing me. It would be better if I understood AXIP I think Dave. Anyway, I am sending you my AXIPCFG
    Message 1 of 10 , Jul 10, 2007
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      Hi Dave.

      I think I need three heads!! This is really confusing me. It would
      be better if I understood AXIP I think Dave.
      Anyway, I am sending you my AXIPCFG file and as you see, I have
      tried lots of things in there! If you can add any suggestions, I am
      listening! I was not running AGWtoBPQ, forgot to invoke that, but
      although that is now running, still no luck here. If I have any, I
      will let you know.

      73 de Roger, G3LDI





      ; Config file for BPQAXIP N5IN BPQ32 Node
      MHEARD ;Opens AXIP MHEARD window
      UDP 10093 ;Listens for UDP packets on this port
      number
      MAP N5IN-3 DXSPOTS.COM UDP 10093
      MAP NODES DXSPOTS.COM UDP 10093
      MAP VE3KPG-2 VE3EMA.MINE.NU UDP 10093
      MAP NODES VE3EMA.MINE.NU UDP 10093
      MAP KB8DM-5 KB8DM.NO-IP.ORG UDP 10093
      MAP NODES KB8DM.NO-IP.ORG UDP 10093
      MAP KB9RRX-2 KB9RRX.DYNDNS.ORG UDP 10093
      MAP NODES KB9RRX.DYNDNS.ORG UDP 10093
      MAP N9PMO-2 N9PMO.DYNDNS.ORG UDP 10093
      MAP NODES N9PMO.DYNDNS.ORG UDP 10093
      MAP KC8GKF-2 KC8GKF.DYNDNS.ORG UDP 10093
      MAP NODES KC8GKF.DYNDNS.ORG UDP 10093
      MAP VE3UIL-7 VE3UIL.NO-IP.ORG UDP 10093
      MAP NODES VE3UIL.NO-IP.ORG UDP 10093
      MAP KC9S-1 216.175.51.146 UDP 10093
      MAP NODES 216.175.51.146 UDP 10093
      MAP W9BBS W9BBS.NO-IP.ORG UDP 10093
      MAP NODES W9BBS.NO-IP.ORG UDP 10093
      MAP GB7VLS GB7VLS.ATH.CX UDP 10093
      MAP G4VLS-6 GB7VLS.ATH.CX UDP 10093
      MAP NODES GB7VLS.ATH.CX UDP 10093
      MAP VE3KPG-2 VE3EMA.MINE.NU UDP 10093
      ;
      ; # Optional. Enables UDP support, and ;defines
      ; # the port AX.IP listens on
      ;
      MHEARD
      UDP 6300
      MAP G3LDI 192.168.123.112 UDP 6300
      MAP NODES 192.168.123.112 UDP 6300
      #MAP SWAR9 192.168.123.113 UDP 7000
      MAP NODES 192.168.123.113 UDP 6300
      #MAP G3LDI-9 192.168.123.113 UDP 7000
      MAP GB7RDX-1 g3ldi.shacknet.nu UDP 7000
      MAP GB7VLS GB7VLS.ATH.CX UDP 6300
      MAP G4VLS-6 GB7VLS.ATH.CX UDP 6300
      #MAP NODES GB7VLS.ATH.CX UDP 6300
      ;
      ; # Use UDP encapulation, send to port
      ; # 6300
      UDP 7000
      MAP GB7RDX-1 g3ldi.shacknet.nu UDP 7000
      #MAP GB7RDX-1 192.168.123.113 7000
      ;It is OK to mix Raw IP and UDP encapsulation, and to use a different
      ;port for different destinations,





      --- In BPQ32@yahoogroups.com, "David Calder" <n4zkf@...> wrote:
      >
      > Roger,
      >
      > Please send me your file. I am trying to do "exactly" the same
      thing. Maybe
      > two
      > heads are better than one.
      >
      > 73 Dave
      > n4zkf
      > BBS
      > bbs.n4zkf.com
      > cluster
      > dxc.n4zkf.com
      >
      >
      >
      > _____
      >
      > From: BPQ32@yahoogroups.com [mailto:BPQ32@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of
      > g3ldi
      > Sent: Tuesday, July 10, 2007 6:00 AM
      > To: BPQ32@yahoogroups.com
      > Subject: [BPQ32] 2 PC's BBS to Cluster via AXIP
      >
      >
      >
      > Hi.
      >
      > If anybody can help with the AXIP CFG file, I would be grateful.
      >
      > I am running FBB32 on one PC fronted by BPQ32. I have another PC with
      > the CCC CLuster Node running on it. I wish my users to be able to
      > connect to the Cluster via my Node, SWAR. I did have this working once
      > and then it stopped for some reason, probably me messing around with
      > the above file! I can Telnet from one machine to the other, both are
      > on the LAN, and despite hours spent fiddling, the CLuster is not
      > available. The message I have when trying is "ALL Ports in use, please
      > try later" .
      > ANy help very much appreciated. I can attach my AXIPCFG file if
      > necessary.
      >
      > 73 de Confused of Swardeston! Roger, G3LDI
      >
    • David Calder
      I run a AR Cluster node and a CC Cluster node both. The CC is in alpha testing but it works awesome and fast compared to some. dxc.n4zkf.com is a telnet to my
      Message 2 of 10 , Jul 10, 2007
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        I run a AR Cluster node and a CC Cluster node both. The CC is in alpha testing
        but it works awesome and fast compared to some.
         
        dxc.n4zkf.com  is a telnet to my AR node and
        dxc.n4zkf.com port 7373 is telnet to my CC node.
        bbs.n4zkf.com is the telnet to my FBB bbs.
         
        You can also obtain the CC software from VE7CC (Lee) at
         
        The user software is at
         
        Commands are at
         
        Now, I just need to get it to talk to my BPQ.
         
         
        73 Dave
        n4zkf


        From: BPQ32@yahoogroups.com [mailto:BPQ32@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of Karl
        Sent: Tuesday, July 10, 2007 8:17 AM
        To: BPQ32@yahoogroups.com
        Subject: What is DX NEt WAS:RE: [BPQ32] Re: 2 PC's BBS to Cluster via AXIP

        Dave answered my question before I could respond. Our ARES group here
        in the metro area is using DxNet as ARES communication method. I have
        it on my machine so that Bulletins that come in on FBB that relate to
        ARES can be forewarded to the ARES cluster here. I don't think its the
        right application for ARES but oh well.

        I can send you a copy of it. There is very minimal support and it too
        like many others were created in France. Documentation is there and
        with a bit of help can be set up. I made add another cluster to my
        switch and tie it to the other clusters on the AXIP

        Karl

        --- In BPQ32@yahoogroups. com, "Jerry" <n9lya@...> wrote:
        >
        > Karl,
        >
        > Tell me more about DXNET. What is it??
        >
        >
        >
        > 73 jerry n9lya
        >

      • g3ldi
        Hi Dave. I was wondering if you had had any luck at all ? I have now managed to get the two nodes to talk to each other, with even more fiddling of the AXIPCFG
        Message 3 of 10 , Jul 16, 2007
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          Hi Dave.

          I was wondering if you had had any luck at all ?

          I have now managed to get the two nodes to talk to each other,
          with even more fiddling of the AXIPCFG file.
          However, I still get the same message come up when I try to connect
          to the Cluster. "ALL DX ports busy, pleae try later". That is
          beginning to frustrate me now! I cannot see what else to do.

          Let me know if you have any success!

          73 de Roger, G3LDI

          --- In BPQ32@yahoogroups.com, "g3ldi" <g3ldi@...> wrote:
          >
          > Hi Dave.
          >
          > I think I need three heads!! This is really confusing me. It would
          > be better if I understood AXIP I think Dave.
          > Anyway, I am sending you my AXIPCFG file and as you see, I have
          > tried lots of things in there! If you can add any suggestions, I am
          > listening! I was not running AGWtoBPQ, forgot to invoke that, but
          > although that is now running, still no luck here. If I have any, I
          > will let you know.
          >
          > 73 de Roger, G3LDI
          >
          >
          >
          >
          >
          > ; Config file for BPQAXIP N5IN BPQ32 Node
          > MHEARD ;Opens AXIP MHEARD window
          > UDP 10093 ;Listens for UDP packets on this port
          > number
          > MAP N5IN-3 DXSPOTS.COM UDP 10093
          > MAP NODES DXSPOTS.COM UDP 10093
          > MAP VE3KPG-2 VE3EMA.MINE.NU UDP 10093
          > MAP NODES VE3EMA.MINE.NU UDP 10093
          > MAP KB8DM-5 KB8DM.NO-IP.ORG UDP 10093
          > MAP NODES KB8DM.NO-IP.ORG UDP 10093
          > MAP KB9RRX-2 KB9RRX.DYNDNS.ORG UDP 10093
          > MAP NODES KB9RRX.DYNDNS.ORG UDP 10093
          > MAP N9PMO-2 N9PMO.DYNDNS.ORG UDP 10093
          > MAP NODES N9PMO.DYNDNS.ORG UDP 10093
          > MAP KC8GKF-2 KC8GKF.DYNDNS.ORG UDP 10093
          > MAP NODES KC8GKF.DYNDNS.ORG UDP 10093
          > MAP VE3UIL-7 VE3UIL.NO-IP.ORG UDP 10093
          > MAP NODES VE3UIL.NO-IP.ORG UDP 10093
          > MAP KC9S-1 216.175.51.146 UDP 10093
          > MAP NODES 216.175.51.146 UDP 10093
          > MAP W9BBS W9BBS.NO-IP.ORG UDP 10093
          > MAP NODES W9BBS.NO-IP.ORG UDP 10093
          > MAP GB7VLS GB7VLS.ATH.CX UDP 10093
          > MAP G4VLS-6 GB7VLS.ATH.CX UDP 10093
          > MAP NODES GB7VLS.ATH.CX UDP 10093
          > MAP VE3KPG-2 VE3EMA.MINE.NU UDP 10093
          > ;
          > ; # Optional. Enables UDP support, and ;defines
          > ; # the port AX.IP listens on
          > ;
          > MHEARD
          > UDP 6300
          > MAP G3LDI 192.168.123.112 UDP 6300
          > MAP NODES 192.168.123.112 UDP 6300
          > #MAP SWAR9 192.168.123.113 UDP 7000
          > MAP NODES 192.168.123.113 UDP 6300
          > #MAP G3LDI-9 192.168.123.113 UDP 7000
          > MAP GB7RDX-1 g3ldi.shacknet.nu UDP 7000
          > MAP GB7VLS GB7VLS.ATH.CX UDP 6300
          > MAP G4VLS-6 GB7VLS.ATH.CX UDP 6300
          > #MAP NODES GB7VLS.ATH.CX UDP 6300
          > ;
          > ; # Use UDP encapulation, send to port
          > ; # 6300
          > UDP 7000
          > MAP GB7RDX-1 g3ldi.shacknet.nu UDP 7000
          > #MAP GB7RDX-1 192.168.123.113 7000
          > ;It is OK to mix Raw IP and UDP encapsulation, and to use a different
          > ;port for different destinations,
          >
          >
          >
          >
          >
          > --- In BPQ32@yahoogroups.com, "David Calder" <n4zkf@> wrote:
          > >
          > > Roger,
          > >
          > > Please send me your file. I am trying to do "exactly" the same
          > thing. Maybe
          > > two
          > > heads are better than one.
          > >
          > > 73 Dave
          > > n4zkf
          > > BBS
          > > bbs.n4zkf.com
          > > cluster
          > > dxc.n4zkf.com
          > >
          > >
          > >
          > > _____
          > >
          > > From: BPQ32@yahoogroups.com [mailto:BPQ32@yahoogroups.com] On
          Behalf Of
          > > g3ldi
          > > Sent: Tuesday, July 10, 2007 6:00 AM
          > > To: BPQ32@yahoogroups.com
          > > Subject: [BPQ32] 2 PC's BBS to Cluster via AXIP
          > >
          > >
          > >
          > > Hi.
          > >
          > > If anybody can help with the AXIP CFG file, I would be grateful.
          > >
          > > I am running FBB32 on one PC fronted by BPQ32. I have another PC with
          > > the CCC CLuster Node running on it. I wish my users to be able to
          > > connect to the Cluster via my Node, SWAR. I did have this working once
          > > and then it stopped for some reason, probably me messing around with
          > > the above file! I can Telnet from one machine to the other, both are
          > > on the LAN, and despite hours spent fiddling, the CLuster is not
          > > available. The message I have when trying is "ALL Ports in use, please
          > > try later" .
          > > ANy help very much appreciated. I can attach my AXIPCFG file if
          > > necessary.
          > >
          > > 73 de Confused of Swardeston! Roger, G3LDI
          > >
          >
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