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Could you please give the settings you used to make this work?
I installed the new beta and 2.27, but it still doesn't work.

Thanks & 73,
Mitch DJ0QN / K7DX

I received the OK from HRO to post the following:

The RC-480KIT will become available in about two weeks at
the list price of $399.95.

The kit contains: The mount, mounting base, screw set,
cable and the control head.

Also, they will offer a limited special offer over Thanksgiving
weekend for a RemoteRig-set + TS480 radio + RC-480KIT.

Mitch DJ0QN / K7DX

General discussion forum / Re: Micro PC & DynDNS
« on: 2010-11-12, 13:20:59 »

If I understand you correctly, you have two RemoteRig servers,
but can only access one over the DynDNS address.

I would assume you know that you must assign two different SIP
ports, otherwise it won't work. In this case, you must forward
the second port in your router.

For example, the first box may be just, but
the second one would be

The micro client has the port number below the IP address,
so that is where the 5601 in this example would appear.

Mitch DJ0QN / K7DX

Hi Guy,

I also am now sure that the problem was caused by DynDNS being
down at the time of my update. The problem appears to be error
recovery in the box, since it didn't update again once DynDNS
started working again

I have several addresses with DynDNS and the service works
just fine. Seems that they had a hiccup.

Mitch DJ0QN / K7DX

I received a new shipment date from HRO: the first week
of December. I sure hope this doesn't slip again, since I would
like to bring my order back with me from my trip to the U.S.
over the holidays.

There is still no price as well.

Mitch DJ0QN / K7DX

The USB cable must be used to change the box to either a fixed internal
IP address for your subnet, or to DHCP to get an address from your
router automatically.

After you change it, you then must put the ethernet cable between
the box and your network and enter the internal IP address of the box.

If DHCP,  you may need to read this address in the DHCP table in
your router, unless you have few devices connected and can guess it
(e.g.,, etc.)

It will not work unless you change the IP address or to DHCP first, since
the default IP address will not work in your network (unless you have subnet
192.168.0.xx), nor will it work when you directly connect the box to your PC.

Note to Mike: there seem to be a lot of standard networking questions
that pop-up, it would make a lot of sense to add a network FAQ to the
manual. Your setup section does not appear to be enough.

Mitch DJ0QN / K7DX

I would check to see if it does indeed continue retrying, since that
is the only plausible explanation of why I had this problem, but no
one else did.

Yes, I was one of the guys that reported the web page accessibility
problem with 2.25 (and only with 2.25!). 2.26 has definitely
solved this, it hasn't died once since I installed 2.26.

Mitch DJ0QN / K7DX

Then I have a question: when DynDNS returns an error, does it continue to
try at the defined intervals, or does it give-up and stop at that point?

If it gives-up, then this would mean the problem was coincidentally with
DynDNS at the time I installed 2.26 and simply changing the password, etc.
has no effect. You must disable/re-enable or recycle the power. This would
also explain why only I had that problem.

Since 2.26 solved the stability issue with the web page accessibility, I had
no reason to recycle the power since installing it.

Mitch DJ0QN / K7DX

On the "Status" page, next to last is "DYNDNS status".
It said error until I deactivated and reactivated it, now
it says "OK" as it should (and I double checked the DynDNS
web site to make sure it updated).

Mitch DJ0QN / K7DX

Yes, there are several, but is the largest one.

I have a paid account and have several host names. At my
remote QTH, I have different ones on four devices, since my
router sometimes does not update. This allows me to have
fallback host names in case I can't reach my station.

Anyway, I just deactivated it in the RRC-1258 and then
reactivated it again, now it finally updated. If anyone was
using dyndns before 2.26, they need to apparently do this
in order to make it work again.

Thanks & 73,
Mitch DJ0QN / K7DX

Which service are you using? Maybe the problem is
specific to I tried reentering my information,
even though it was still there, with no change.

Mitch DJ0QN / K7DX

General discussion forum / Re: Tip for RRC to WiFi
« on: 2010-11-05, 18:25:24 »
After having some "Murphy" problems doing RemoteRig demos, I also
decided to order a WLAN bridge. I found something that is very small
and even can be powered by the PC's USB port: The Netgear WNCE2001

Mitch DJ0QN / K7DX

Although I find 2.26 to be stable and a good improvement, I noticed that
the DynDNS update no longer works, and returns an error message. I
use the RemoteRig as a backup to my router's DynDNS with a different
address, so it is not mission critical, which is why I just now noticed the

In checking my log on, it indicates my last update took place
the evening of Oct. 28th, which is when I installed 2.26.

Mitch DJ0QN / K7DX

I am still waiting for HRO to confirm receipt of the heads.
They were supposed to be delivered last week.

Stay tuned!

Mitch DJ0QN / K7DX

General discussion forum / Re: firmware 2.21 - unstable?
« on: 2010-10-20, 23:03:15 »
I haven't had a problem at all with audio, or any other functionality
with RemoteRig for that matter.

My stability issue is purely related to accessing the HTML page to
make configuration changes.

Mitch DJ0QN / K7DX

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