That setup would be for a needed full-service high-level network digi,
showing a "S-overlay" character on it's digi star map symbol.
Fill-in digis do not operate packets addressed via any "SS"n-N aliases
nor any other aliases _except_ for WIDE1-1 (specifically).
Oh, and maybe TEMPn-N too. hi hi
73, Cap KE6AFE
--- In email@example.com, "Rod Bartlett" <rbartlett@...> wrote:
> Would this be for a fill-in or a high-level digi. I am setting
> one of these up as the closest digi to the igate.
> Rod - N8QVR
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "P. Suryono Adisoemarta"
> <yono_adisoemarta@> wrote:
> > Hi Bob,
> > Here is my check list when setting up a new board on a new radio:
> > - install the board
> > - turn on the radio and set squelch to 0 (press SQL and the rotate
> knob CCW to 0, press SQL again)
> > - launch otwincfg.exe, select COM port, press OK
> > - turn on the board (F then SQL)
> > - then, on otwincfg:
> > * set callsign with SSID
> > * set path
> > * set interval to 300
> > * set position
> > * disable position out
> > * set TX level to 2/3rd position
> > * set TX delay tot 160
> > * press Digi Config:
> > = replace RELAY with my SS code, check on ID, and Enabled, and
> limit 2
> > = on WIDE, check on ID and Enabled, set limit to 2
> > = click ok
> > * click Write
> > * click OK
> > then launch Tera Term Pro (or Hyperterminal), press Enter 3x to
> the CMD: prompt,
> > and type
> > auth +your_callsign
> > Exit the terminal program, and that's it. Your digi is ready.
> > hope that helps,
> > 73 de Paulus N5SNN / YD0NXX