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  • Sorry, I’ve checked the code and it doesn’t stop you connecting to him. It should prevent him appearing in your Routes or Nodes, and stop him connecting to you. It may take a while for him to decay out from your tables. You can get round this by closing BPQ, deleting the BPQNODES file and restarting. 73, John ________________________________________ From: BPQ32@^$1 [mailto:BPQ32...
    John Wiseman Jul 19
  • You can’t lock out a node and let people connect to you through it. Another way to prevent a node appearing in the Nodes table is to add EXCLUDE=SNOWPK to the main section of the config, but this will prevent any access to or from him. This is the only way to prevent you adding a node received in a NODES broadcast from another node. 73, John...
    John Wiseman Jul 19
  • If you are hearing him directly then locking the route quality to zero should stop it accepting nodes from him. But if someone else is also receiving him you may get him indirectly. If you do a n snowpk-7 that should show how you are getting him. 73, John On 19 Jul 2017 17:31, "ha_junk@^$1 [BPQ32]" wrote: I just checked the nodes table and SNOWPK-7 is back in the nodes table. So...
    John Wiseman Jul 19
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  • You shouldn’t need to do anything special on Windows 10. I’ve installed BPQ32 on several Win10 systems without any issues. If you want to install BPQ virtual com ports there are some complications with 64 bit Windows (you need to bypass driver signature checking) but that is not specific to Win 10. 73, John ________________________________________ From: BPQ32@^$1 [mailto:BPQ32...
    John Wiseman Jul 16
  • ...Sent: 15 July 2017 23:42 To: BPQ32@^$3 Subject: Re: [BPQ32] LinBPQ, kernel AX.25 and IP on the one Pi On 15/07/2017 8:26 PM, 'John Wiseman' john.wiseman@^$4 [BPQ32] wrote: Tony, The Ethernet port and radio port(s) share an IP address. So LinBPQ is essentially a bridge...
    John Wiseman Jul 16
  • ...Sent: 15 July 2017 11:00 To: BPQ32@^$3 Subject: Re: [BPQ32] LinBPQ, kernel AX.25 and IP on the one Pi On 15/07/2017 5:54 PM, 'John Wiseman' john.wiseman@^$4 [BPQ32] wrote: Sorry it seems mixed. LinBPQ supports IP over ax.25 on RF links and ax.25 over IP (axip) on Internet...
    John Wiseman Jul 15
  • ...supports IP over ax.25 on RF links and ax.25 over IP (axip) on Internet links. See the IPGateway Docs at http://www.cantab.net/users/john.wiseman/Documents/IPGateway.html As you are happy with your existing ipip tunnel system, just ignore the stuff about 44Encap and NAT 73...
    John Wiseman Jul 15
  • Tony, LinBPQ includes IP over ax.25 support, and includes an ip-ip encapsulator to terminate the tunnels to other 44 net stations, so you don’t need to run Kernel ax.25 or a separate router to terminate your tunnels. See IPGATEWAY in the docs. Normally IP over ax.25 is only used on RF links – ax.25 and NETROM over the internet uses axip or axudp. You don’t need any special setup...
    John Wiseman Jul 14
  • Tadd, You can use the TNC2 command MYCALL to set your call to KA2DEW, though without an APPLICATION line this won’t allow users to connect to you. You could put the command in the minicom init script. If you don’t add a quality to the APPLICATION line you won’t get an entry in NODES. If an application name starts with * it won’t appear in the command list. 73, John...
    John Wiseman Jul 10
  • Although BPQ32 supports 4 character continent codes, it converts internally to the corresponding 2 char code for routing decisions. AUNZ converts to OC. Other codes converting to OC are EPAC, NPAC, SPAC, WPAC, and ANTR (Eastern Pacific, Northern Pacific, Southern Pacific, Western Pacific and Antarctica). If BPQ sees just NZL it will interpret as NZL.OC. I personally don’t see the...
    John Wiseman Jul 8