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Setting a profile for home and a profile for away
« on: 2018-04-16, 04:41:38 »
Searched for some prior posts on this and couldn't find anything... I have everything working for remote operation over the internet but now I am home and want to set profiles on the RRC Control for the two different settings, (1="over the internet" and 2="Home LAN". Seems the profiles settings is ideally suited for a use such as this. User manual is sketchy on how to set profiles and I am not 100% sure what to change on the control IP Settings page just to run the control over my home LAN. I don't want to muck it up.
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Re: Setting a profile for home and a profile for away
« Reply #1 on: 2018-04-16, 04:49:38 »
It is really very simple:

- The only setting that will change between the two is the SIP contact

- To change the profile, just go to the active profile dropdown and change it, then submit. You may wish to
name them first.

- To save time, save the settings using the menu "export as BIN". Then import this once you switched the
profile and change the SIP contact.

Now you can toggle back and forth.

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Mitch DJ0QN / K7DX

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Re: Setting a profile for home and a profile for away
« Reply #2 on: 2018-04-17, 06:08:06 »
Thanks ...but you are way ahead of me. I understand the profile setting procedure but..
I see two settings for "SIP" on the control and the radio RRCs:
SIP Port and SIP Password
Which do I change for home LAN use and what do I change it to?
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Re: Setting a profile for home and a profile for away
« Reply #3 on: 2018-04-17, 06:24:18 »
Thanks ...but you are way ahead of me. I understand the profile setting procedure but..
I see two settings for "SIP" on the control and the radio RRCs:
SIP Port and SIP Password
Which do I change for home LAN use and what do I change it to?
I already answered that in my first point before. Nothing else changes, only the SIP contact needs to be changed.

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Re: Setting a profile for home and a profile for away
« Reply #4 on: 2018-04-18, 05:17:45 »
Thanks Mitch but you are not answering my question.
You are going to have to spell it our really s i m p l e for a dumb ham.
you say "change the SIP"
SIP is Session Initiation Protocol
My SIP Port is 13000-- There is no "SIP contact" on any of the literature associated with the RRC
Change it to what? Radio or control?
After reading your checklist and the manual numerous times..
I cannot guess what you mean when you say "change the SIP"
//Dave WB7ELY

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Re: Setting a profile for home and a profile for away
« Reply #5 on: 2018-04-18, 06:56:12 »
I never wrote change "the SIP" . I wrote change the SIP CONTACT". If you look under the radio
settings on the control RRC, you will find that field. To connect to the other RRC, it must contain
the radio RRC's IP number. In case of inside of the LAN, use the internal IP number. In case of
outside of the LAN, use the external IP number or the dynamic DNS address.

Since this is covered well in both the manual and my checklist, I answered you that all you need
to change is the SIP contact between the two profiles. I assumed you knew that they had two different
IP numbers. All else stays exactly the same, therefore my recommendation to import the same setting
into the new profile and just change the SIP contact.

Clear now?

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Re: Setting a profile for home and a profile for away
« Reply #6 on: 2018-04-19, 04:33:56 »
Got it!
Thankyou sir
//Dave WB7ELY