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General discussion / RRC-Micro Bug?
« on: 2014-03-02, 14:57:16 »
Every time I bring up the RRC-Micro software, I get a warning that "NVIDIA nForce 10/100/1000 Mbps Ethernet is not present. Fix that or select another one". Then I get a selection box from RRC-Micro showing the NVIDIA network interface and a Bluetooth interface. I select the NVIDIA interface (which it just told me wasn't there), and everything works.  I see that this release is a beta release so I thought you might want to know about this.

General discussion / Re: Cabling Question for TS-480
« on: 2014-02-26, 15:02:47 »
Just to tie this one off, I fabricated the cable and voila, it works! Thanks for your help

General discussion / Re: Cabling Question for TS-480
« on: 2014-02-25, 20:49:40 »
Actually, I think through the process of reading your responses, and playing with the Micro software, I now understand how to proceed. Rather than take more time, I'll make up the serial cable, connect the 480 body to the RRC-Radio and see if I can get the two of them to talk to each other. When I started this thread I wasn't sure I needed a cable. I now think I've put the whole thing together in my mind.  Thanks again for your help!

General discussion / Re: Cabling Question for TS-480
« on: 2014-02-25, 20:15:40 »
I don't see why I would have a problem at all. My situation is almost exactly like the diagram (edited slightly to clarify) shown in the web site as follows:

It appears to me that all I would need to do is connect the 480 and the Radio RRC with a straight thru cable through the COM port and then configure the settings. If this won't work, I'll have to return my microphone dongle for a refund.

General discussion / Re: Cabling Question for TS-480
« on: 2014-02-25, 18:56:34 »
Thanks Mitch. I follow your instructions up to the point where I connect a serial cable between a PC and the Control. The Control panel is at home. I am attempting to connect from my office over the internet using ARCP and the RRC-Micro client. I understand what's basically happening between the RRC-Micro software and the Radio unit. ARCP looks for a COM port to control the 480 with, and the RRC-Micro software "hooks" the COM port so that the ARCP commands are sent to the 480 via the Radio unit from the internet connection. I'm just confused about the whole COM0-COM2 thing on the Micro software and how to interface all that with the COM2 port on the Radio. I actually have the RRC-Micro software talking to the Radio unit now via the SIP connection. I think the remaining issue is connecting the serial cable and then configuring the serial parameters...the latter is what I am still confused about.

General discussion / Re: Cabling Question for TS-480
« on: 2014-02-25, 18:29:27 »
OK, now about the RRC-Micro software. What COM settings do I use there? We have COM1 and COM2 on the 1258, but we have COM0-COM2 on the software. Should I choose COM2?

General discussion / Re: Cabling Question for TS-480
« on: 2014-02-25, 18:14:35 »
I have the connection between the Control and Radio working fine. Do I not need a com cable between the Radio and the TS-480 so I can use ARCP? If not, how should I configure the Micro software?

General discussion / Cabling Question for TS-480
« on: 2014-02-25, 17:58:24 »
I just want to make sure that I have the cabling figured out so I can access the Radio unit. It appears to me that I need to fabricate a straight-through serial cable from the COM port on the TS-480 to the COM2 port on the 1258 Radio end. Is this right? What about the COM settings? To say the "documentation" for this product could be improved is a vast understatement!

Hardware, Cabling, Installations / Re: TS-480 SIP Errors
« on: 2014-02-23, 23:29:04 »
After I posted this, I was double-checking my IP settings and noticed that the DNS server address on both Remoterig units was set to point to my WIFI range extender instead of my router. Now, why that would cause an intermittent SIP error, I don't know. And I'm not sure that it was THE cause, but so far, so good after resetting both to point to the router. I did check my router and SIP ALG is disabled, although since I'm totally inside the firewall with all this, I don't know why that would matter...ditto the SIP ports. Both Remoterig units have static IP addresses and point to each other. A simple setup. Let's see if resetting the DNS entry solves the issue.  Thanks for your help!

Hardware, Cabling, Installations / TS-480 SIP Errors
« on: 2014-02-22, 13:55:53 »
I have my Remoterig units set up inside my firewall and am encountering a sporadic problem with SIP errors on the Control side. If I reset the Control box, all is well for a while, but eventually, when I attempt to turn my rig on, I get a series of tones from the TS-480 and the LED next to the mic connector on the Control box is blinking. When I access the web page for Control, it always says there was a SIP error. Any ideas?

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