- This is what I ve always had in my BPQ config file as I understand it - the MEEBPQ being the alias of ZS0MEE BBS . APPLICATION 3,BBS,,ZS0MEE,MEEBPQ,255 .Message 1 of 34 , Mar 3 4:40 AMView Source
This is what I’ve always had in my BPQ config file as I understand it – the ‘MEEBPQ’ being the ‘alias of ZS0MEE BBS …
“APPLICATION 3,BBS,,ZS0MEE,MEEBPQ,255” …
If I have this wrong, then that means I should have the ‘MEEBPQ’ field not as an alias but as the callsign of the BBS I am trying to forward to ??? .. Which also means I can have only, what, 8 or 16 BBS’s to forward to ( amongst ‘other’ applications) ??
My Telnet port etc is fine and works in every other respect …
73, Dick ZS6RO
On 04/03/13 00:46, John Wiseman wrote:
Could you include your APPLICATION line for LinBPQ - that could be the missing link!
Sorry, I should have thought of that, Hi.
Regards ..... Peter
- Peter, go to http://guardian.no-ip.org:88/bpqmap/ChatNetwork.htm ... Notice where you situated ???? . On the equator !!!!!!! Work out your co-ordinates inMessage 34 of 34 , Mar 5 3:12 AMView Source
Peter, go to http://guardian.no-ip.org:88/bpqmap/ChatNetwork.htm ... Notice where you situated ???? … On the equator !!!!!!!
Work out your co-ordinates in decimal format and then in your BPQ web page in Chat configuration, in “Map Position”, enter your co-ords there .. Mine are “-26.25536 27.92135” … Once you click on “Update Maps”, look at the above URL again and if you got it right, you should be down on that ‘little’ island down deep south *Grin …
73, Dick ZS6RO.