21497RE: [aprsisce] APRIS32 Transmit stops Kenwood D710 from decoding packets.
- Dec 20, 2012At 04:47 PM 2012-12-20, Adam Mahnke wrote:
Port(D710 APRS):2012-12-20T23:31:50.482 Command:TC 0
Port(D710 APRS):2012-12-20T23:31:50.482 Output:TC 0<0D>
WinMain:2012-12-20T23:31:50.521 Waiting at line 2843
Port(D710 APRS):2012-12-20T23:31:50.583 Command:^M
Port(D710 APRS):2012-12-20T23:31:50.583 Output:<0D 0D>
Port(D710 APRS):2012-12-20T23:31:50.609 CmdResp:cmd:cmd:
Port(D710 APRS):2012-12-20T23:31:50.609 Command:LTM 0
Port(D710 APRS):2012-12-20T23:31:50.609 Output:LTM 0<0D>
WinMain:2012-12-20T23:31:50.621 Waiting at line 2843
And here is my log when I attempted to send an RF message. So my TNC is not behaving as expected by Lynn.
Port(KwdD710):2012-12-20T23:52:24.454 Kenwood:ELKPNT>APOT21,LLOYD,WIDE2*:!5359.72NS11049.27W#CNT00000 PHG4530/W2, ABn, Elk Point VE6SRV
Port(KwdD710):2012-12-20T23:52:34.402 Command:TC 0
Port(KwdD710):2012-12-20T23:52:34.402 Output:TC 0<0D>
Port(KwdD710):2012-12-20T23:52:35.479 Missed Expected Response(cmd:) From Command(^M~!cmd:!1)
Hmm, now this interesting. I restarted APRSIS32 and it started processing the incoming packets. In the past it just locked up.
Now where in your log does it actually do the transmitting? Or is that down a ways past the part you pasted?
At this point I'm going to do a factory reset, or whatever it's called and reload my memory settings that I had from a month or two ago. But that won't happen for an hour or two and maybe not today.
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