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General discussion forum / Common Network Settings
« on: 2016-05-20, 13:32:46 »
I see the newer field "Common Network Settings". The User Manual indicates the default is "No", but there is no explanation as to what "Yes" does. My systems are working with "No", but I am curious as to what this setting does. Why was it added to the firmware?

General / Re: KENWOOD NANO 1.3.10 UPDATE
« on: 2016-01-26, 23:53:28 »
This update causes me to toggle between A and B VFOs between transmit and receive. It makes it impossible to communicate unless I set A=B, which I prefer not to do.

General discussion forum / Webswitch Manual Not Found
« on: 2015-08-19, 20:35:19 »
When I try to download the Webswitch Manual, all I find is the RC-1216 Manual. I would like to verify that the Webswitch would meet my requirements before I purchase one.

General / Re: Nano not hooking up
« on: 2015-03-18, 16:21:45 »
Guys thanks for your help! It is hard to know where to tweak when there are so many possibilities. I am now working!
I reentered the password again - very carefully. Thanks again,

General / Re: Nano not hooking up
« on: 2015-03-18, 16:10:22 »
I am running Nano 1.1.0 on a Samsung Galaxy S5 using AT&T cellular network.

General / Re: Nano not hooking up
« on: 2015-03-18, 12:02:57 »
I turn the telephone off every evening, but I shut it down and removed the battery and still get the SIP error.

General / Re: Nano not hooking up
« on: 2015-03-18, 11:14:23 »
Radio RRC firmware is 2.84

General / Nano not hooking up
« on: 2015-03-17, 20:14:37 »
Nano just errors "SIP error: Forbidden (403)" I have gone over all the settings and instructions, but no joy. Oh, by the way why does the Nano ask for "Call Sign" when the RRC1258 doesn't?

This won't help much after the cable is cut, but I got TS-2000/RC-2000 working without cutting any cable. I just used cables included with the remoterig and the RC-2000. The RC-2000 console to RRC used the RC-2000 standard cable and the radio RRC to TS-2000 used a 'standard' 4 wire modular to modular straight through cable that I found in the remoterig box. I wish that they wouldn't say that the cable needs to be cut for this configuration.

General discussion forum / Re: Found a bug!
« on: 2012-08-17, 23:39:36 »
Now the firmware fix for this bug (2.61) give errors when one attempts to download it:

"The requested URL /firmwares/ was not found on this server."

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