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kc5cyy

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GE all:

Using a TS480 and the remote rig.  We have two identical setups.  One of the radio sides of the remote rig seems to have just stopped.  When I check the status it shows connected and OK see below.  When I attempt to turn on the radio side from the remote, I get the typical dull sound that indicated success, but the control side never lights up.  When I press the disconnect button in the browser, I get normal shut downs of the radio turning off.  All this is being done locally using 1 switch.  When we interchange the radio box we get success.  Any ideas.  Thanks 

I have noticed that the older radio box does have a disconnect button on the status  web page and the newer radio box does not.

Thanks
Paul /KC5CYY

Status


Name
Value P.2             ON
Connection status OK
SIP status            Connected/transfering
Last SIP error       None
RTP status            Excellent(59)
UDP cmd status    OK(45)
SIP command timeout 0
Rx Jitter buffer size 4
Rx Jitter delay 3
Dual Rx 0
Current audio packet size 20
Current audio quality 2 - Linear 16 bits 8 kHz
External IP 24.139.51.22
SIP Out port 13000
SIP In port 13000
Audio Out port 13001
Audio In port 13001
Command Out port 13002
Command In port 13002
External SIP In port 13000
External Audio In port 13001
External Cmd In port 13002
Other party 192.168.0.6
Other party(mac) 00:1e:fd:01:8a:a8
Input 1 High
Input 2 High
Output 0 Low
Output 1 Low
Output 2 Low
Dynamic DNS status OK
Ping status (watchdog) Off
DNS status OK, remoterig.com = 213.180.92.125
Active profile Default
PTT status OFF
Antenna-Switch (IP) not connected
Common network settings No
System messages No


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Re: Radio fails to connect but status shows it is connected
« Reply #1 on: 2019-04-22, 04:34:06 »
Paul,

What firmware versions are you running on the two sites? Are they the same and up to date? What version
is the control RRC running?

Are you using the same port numbers for both sites? If so, are you attempting to access both from the same
control location simultaneously?

73,
Mitch DJ0QN / K7DX