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[Linrad] Re: Linrad - MAP65 communication
- Subject: [Linrad] Re: Linrad - MAP65 communication
- From: Rein w6sz <ix.netcom.com; rein0zn@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 16 Jul 2009 00:11:12 -0700 (PDT)
I believe my main question is now the following one:
I found the most recent email message and was able
to go back in time and saw questions / problems on the
above subject ( Google linrad reflector )
Using Linrad3.06 and MAP65 as downloaded from
the 2 WEB sites and a Delta44 sound card
How do I inform Linrad about the required IP address
of the MAP65 computer?
It appears to me the IP address needs to be added
somewhere in the par files.
2 Computer system, both windows XP connected
via cross over cable.
73 Rein W6SZ
On Jul 15, 10:28 pm, rein...@xxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
> Hi All,
> Should I use 3.05 and not 3.06 with MAP65?
> I just learned that 3.05 comes with the ip address
> related parameter file included?
> Could this be the missing link?
> 73 Rein W6SZ
> -----Original Message-----
> >From: Rein w6sz <rein...@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> >Sent: Jul 16, 2009 12:51 AM
> >To: Linrad <linrad@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> >Subject: [Linrad] Linrad - MAP65 communication
> >Hello All,
> >Finally gotten to the point that I would like
> >to run MAP65 with a SDR I-Q or a Softrock.
> >Not been very successful so far.
> >Need some serious help please.
> >Let me start with the computers.
> >1 XP machine and a laptop with XP.
> >Both computers have network cards and
> >run on a WiFi router for the internet.remote
> >in the house
> >Network do cards communicate.
> >Linrad versions run with DELTA44 or SDR I-Q
> >Assuming that MAP65 will work with Linrad without
> >compiling. Perhaps that is not so?
> >Also that the communication part would be very
> >basic ( see the the lights run on the network cards )
> >Or perhaps some indication "data transferring"
> > or so. This is possibly present ,but it does not
> >show here, except the red "no rx data"
> >The could be a difference between data streaming
> >and "rx data present".
> > Matters of format
> >I have been told that downloading the programs
> >from the web sites, installing them, do it.
> >Such as just linrad and WSJT.
> >On this reflector, I see notes and message about
> >IP's , par_netsend_ip, par_netsend_ip files,
> >Not even 100 % sure that I have these names correct!
> >I must be missing an important part here or overlooking
> >an important section of the installation?
> >Have Linrad3.06 on one computer and MAP65 on the
> >Have done the "N" and "8" selections. And Delta44
> >selected, That part is all working as, is MAP65
> >on the other computer, Can go into transmit etc
> >MAP65 shows the green Receiving label as soon as
> >I start MAP65, and the
> >Red "No Rx data"....
> >With Linrad T activated and NETSEND on, linrad
> >running and receiving in SSB mode.
> >It's quite clear that the 2 computers are not working
> >together.There is also no activity visible on the network
> >card led's. In Dos I can PING the computers both ways.
> >It looks that linrad in the send mode is not able to
> >communicate with the other computer most likely
> >due to lack of the correct IP
> >From the reflector I have deciphered that the IP's need
> >to be processed or put in a file.
> >It is frustrating to me that with some 250 network
> >messages one way or another on this reflector.
> >( Google MAP65 network ) and that that I can't
> >figure this all out myself,
> >But that is what it is
> >In the linrad directory is a file par_network,
> >created when I did "N" or perhaps "R".
> >That is all I see network related.
> >I have also gotten the impression that
> >linrad needs certain adjustments etc.
> >or setting, also that it should work as
> >it is downloaded.
> >In the hope to get some help,
> >73 Rein W6SZ
> >On the master computer, I put the IP address of the destination
> >computer (slave) in the par_netsend_ip => this is correct
> >On the slave computer, I put the IP address of the master computer in
> >the par_netrec_ip => this was not correct !!! the par_netrec_ip must
> >include the IP of the slave computer itself.
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