Re: New User Trying To Get BPQ Running
- Well Hello Art. Nice to see that you are making it through this
I have changed the node to ACNODE:KB3FN-3 and remmed out as you
suggested. I am letting the local\main node sort out the changes. Now
do I need to do anything to have my routeing table updated?
Nice to see you again, Lynn
--- In BPQ32@yahoogroups.com, Art Bertheaume <abertheaume@...> wrote:
> Hi Lynn,
> You must be making some sort of progress. I am receiving your
node via AXIP/UDP (ie:ACNODE:KB3FN and PCTRF:KB3FN) via a couple of
my other node partners. So you are propagating your node out to
others with your AXIP port.
> I seen your node yesterday morning too. I was not able to get
a connection though. I suspect that the packaged BPQAXIP.cfg file
that comes with BPQ contains certain routes. I am bringing this to
attention so that if that is the case, it can be corrected
by "remming" those entries out, making them examples instead of
actual functioning entries.
> Unless you have made arrangements with those entries,
broadcasting to them is a one way street, there will not be a return
path to your node if you are not "hearing" them.
> If you have made arrangements with them, you likely have the
UDP port that BPQ is listening on blocked or your software firewall
is blocking it.
> Art, N9ZZK
> Lynn <lwdehart@...> wrote:
> I am a first time installer\user in b=need of help
getting BPG up and
> I have installed - BPQ32_410d_2008Mar03 in the default directory.
> Ran the min config and that worked with the expected results.
> I replaced my call in the "With AGW" config example and ran the
> I have AGW "basic" running and start BPQ. Programs launch but that
> all that happens.
> I am running AGW with WinPack and interface and rig work fine. So
> hardware works. But when I run BPQ w\AGW nothing is happening. No
> transmittion, no MHeard showing up on that panel.
> I think I am stuck at this point. It would be great if you guys
> help this "Newbee" going.
> Tnx, Lynn - KB3FN