- Yeah but if I connect to my KPC3+ with APRSIS32, it will be to run an I-Gate. That means that once it is running, it will stay running. Now if a timer functionMessage 1 of 5 , Dec 28, 2010View SourceYeah but if I connect to my KPC3+ with APRSIS32, it will be to run an I-Gate. That means that once it is running, it will stay running. Now if a timer function was added to start and stop KISS in ARPSI32...But then, if I get an I-Gate up at home, it will use a sound card TNC. So the KPC3 will not be an issue.Now the KPC3 would make a nice mobile TNC again with APRSIS32 and it would be started new every time the vehicle is started. It wouldn't be used as an I-Gate though so the problem doesn't exist is that usage.Best regards,Fred
From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of Randy Love
Sent: Tuesday, December 28, 2010 09:42
Subject: Re: [aprsisce] KPC3+ in KISS Mode
Just a note here. If you set up APRSIS32 to take the KPC3+ out of KISS mode when you shut down the program, then put it back in when you start up, it should never suffer from the delayed packet issue when used in the way you describe.