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Re: Not BPQ32 but X1J4 Question

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  • g4irx_uk
    Bill, According to my Tiny-II manual you should link pin 9 to pin 5 (ground) for NETROM or KISS on the serial port. Unlink pin 9 for host mode.
    Message 1 of 2 , Nov 13, 2012
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      Bill,

      According to my Tiny-II manual you should link pin 9 to pin 5 (ground) for NETROM or KISS on the serial port. Unlink pin 9 for host mode.

      --- In BPQ32@yahoogroups.com, "Bill Erhardt" <k7mt@...> wrote:
      >
      > Howdy Gang,
      >
      > Is anyone here on BPQ a X1J4 Expert as I have a question about the HOST
      > mode.
      >
      > We are attempting to hook up a Kantronics KTU with Weather Node Firmware to
      > a Paccomm Tiny II with X1J4. All settings in the KTU are correct and it is
      > connected to the Serial DB 25 pin port with the proper cable from the KTU.
      >
      > We have host on in the Tiny II but it returns Host Table Full when HOST is
      > called via packet. We are trying to access the KTU and it will return a
      > wxn: so we can display the weather it has stored.
      >
      > The KTU works just fine hooked to a Kantronics TNC serial port with version
      > 8.2. I can log in and it hooks up to the KTU and I can display the Weather,
      > make changes, etc.
      >
      > Anyone have any ideas about how the host mode in a Paccomm Tiny II with X1J$
      > needs to be setup to access a device (Kantronics KTU with WeatherNode
      > firmware) hooked to the rs-232 db-25 pin port.
      >
      > This will have indoor/outdoor temperature readings on our packet
      > node/repeater site on Mt. Belmont at 7,330 feet. We like the KTU as it store
      > data for about two months.
      >
      > Thanks Bill K7MT
      >
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