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IZ7ANL

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Micro PC & DynDNS
« on: 2010-11-12, 13:13:27 »
My remote rigs are composed by two 1258 couples, they respectively manage a TS480 and an IC2820, the controls and the unities radio they are connect through DynDNS (iz7anl.xxx.xxx). All  work correctly and I am very happy.
 
The system “micro PC/HRD” works only if in the SIP sets I insert the IP router address but it doesn’t work with the DynDNS.  
With the DynDNS the micro PC connects the router but HRD doesn't succeed to switch on the TS480.    
It is inexplicable why DynDNS works well between 1258 units and it doesn’t work with micro PC.
I tried with 2 different computers and networks.

Gentlemen someone could suggest me a solutions?

Have you a good week end....IZ7ANL Nicola
« Last Edit: 2010-11-12, 13:16:43 by IZ7ANL »

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Re: Micro PC & DynDNS
« Reply #1 on: 2010-11-12, 13:20:59 »
Nicola,

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 iz7anl.dyndns.org, but
the second one would be iz7anl.dyndns.org:5601.

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

73,
Mitch DJ0QN / K7DX

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Re: Micro PC & DynDNS
« Reply #2 on: 2010-11-14, 18:47:50 »
Gentlemen,
I have solved any problem also DynDNS, with new PC-client SW.
Many thanks IZ7ANL Nicola