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General discussion forum / Re: Install WiFi Pins
« on: 2019-06-23, 17:16:28 »
it's described quite well at the website, difficult to do it better here
http://www.remoterig.com/wp/?page_id=1521

73 de mike

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Hi yes if you activate the yeasu power  on/off function in the RRC it sends the correct PS message, but it does not help as  there is no dummy data sent 1-2 sec before.

Difficult to solve it has been better if HRD had sent  a ; and 1.5 sec later PS command

73 de mike

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In the CAT protocol for FT-991 it says about the PS command (power on/off) "this command requires  dummy data be initially sent , Then after one second and before two seconds the command is sent".

It's difficult to say what the problem is, maybe the dummy data sent by HRD are not formatted like a normal message, then it will not be forwarded by the RRCs.

You can try to use mode 3 instead of 4 then the terminator is not needed

73 de mike

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If you connect HRD direct to the radio via RS-232 does it start then ?
As the Remoterig only transfer the data, the start command should come from HRD

73 de mike

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That portnumber changes on the status pages is nothing strange, it depends on the router, some router change the mapping for every session other do not change at all. All problems of this kind are related to routers or ISP, the Remoterig never changes it's behaviour, so keep looking, and don't change anything in the Remoterig if it has been a working setup.

73 de mike

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Check that your ISP has not started to use CGN, Almost every day I got  emails about the same issue, and it end up in that the ISP
 has started to use CGN.

http://www.remoterig.com/wp/?page_id=3494

73 de mike




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Check the codec gain settings again, the settings maybe change by misstake

73 de mike

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No it's not possible, you need a external Wifi client with a ethernet interface

73 de mike

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General discussion forum / Re: Losing connection
« on: 2019-06-09, 20:15:56 »
Have you checked if you have RFI problem ? The only thing I can think of that can cause it is that your TX is causing RFI so either the Ethernet or the ADSL connection is disturbed. Try lowest possible PWR out or a Dummy load

73 de mike

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General discussion forum / Re: Losing connection
« on: 2019-06-09, 12:41:26 »
What red light ? The TX-LED on the TS-480 ?

/mike

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Configuration, RRC 1258 / Re: COM0 with IC-7100
« on: 2019-06-09, 12:40:01 »
Hi you need to use a i-V interface connected between Radio-RRC com2 and the radio 3.5 mm CI-V connector.

we have one, ICOMS- CT-17 can also be used. ( ebay interfaces without separate power will not work)

http://www.remoterig.com/wp/?page_id=3150

73 de mike


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it's difficult for anyone help who do not have access to the hardware.

Maybe it's time to replace the 10 year old box with a new one ?

You can still use the v1 box for the IC-706 that you had used it with before

73 de mike


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If the codec settings are correct according to the manual, it's either the red wires which is missplaced or broken or the cables which are not OK

73 de mike

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If it works without the 1258M board you don't need it. I got the serial number from ICOM so it should be correct, but maybe the panel is older if it's a used set you have

73 de mike

 

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Yes, but as it's the http ports which need to be protected it may be easier to just setup the VPN between the Radio QTH-Router and the PC then use the software client built in to Windows for connecting to the VPN tunnel. That's how I do my self, then I can use Androids VPN-client in the phone, tablet etc also and Im not forced to use a fixed setup.  / 73 de mike

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