Re: DISABL or OFF nodes?
- DISABL has everything to do with Winlink Check the following website
and read Q/A on Page 65.. Q9350
--- In BPQ32@yahoogroups.com, "Charles Brabham" <n5pvl@...> wrote:
> Is anybody else noticing bogus nodes like the "DISABL" node shown
> It has no callsign to go with the alias, and it prevents NetRom and
> NODES lists from working properly.
> Besides "DISABL", I have also noted an "OFF" node here from time to
> These bogus nodes are local, but only show up during band openings
> is possible to node-hop out of our area.
> They first appeared after a TELPAC node was installed at the local
> department by a "ham" that nobody here knows and who does not
> any of the local nets, etc...
> During a band opening where DISABL was not active here, I node-
hopped a few
> hundred miles up the Texas coast - and found another "DISABL" node
> Heads up, folks. - The WinLinkers do not like networked packet
> apparently are out to "DISABL" our ability to utilize it.
> Time to drag out the RDF gear, eh?
> 73 DE Charles Brabham, N5PVL
- As I see it, the main problem is Kantronics set IDINT 10 as the default in
that particular TNC version. Setting IDINT 0 solves the problem. But
that's only based on my experience with this TNC. YMMV.
I'll share my experience with Don K7BFL, and hope it helps. Thanks. Now,
back to BPQ32.
73, Cap KE6AFE
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> Subject: [BPQ32] Re: DISABL or OFF nodes?
> DISABL has everything to do with Winlink Check the following website
> and read Q/A on Page 65.. Q9350