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Configuration, RRC 1258 / Re: Microbit Setup Manager
« on: 2021-08-16, 16:48:24 »
Hello Mitch

Thanks for your reply. After reading your comments I located a document that had a password that I hadnít tried and Wala it seems to work. Thanks Mitch. For the last two days I have been reading the manual and working with different settings and still need help understanding how things work. Iím currently trying to set up and IC-7100 to operate on my local area network with the control wired to my router. The remote unit is downstairs and is connected by Wi-Fi. That is now working. My plan is to take the remote unit on the road with me and connect back home to the control unit. However, is it correct that I will need to change the IP address in the control unit prior to taking my road trip then changing it back again when I return back home? Can we talk on the phone sometime?
Paul  WA4AA

Configuration, RRC 1258 / Microbit Setup Manager
« on: 2021-08-11, 19:27:58 »
Blew off the dust on my 1258's after sitting around for 2 yrs. Successfully uploaded the latest FW and both units are visible on my local WiFi network. Modified and saved some settings on the Control .227 unit using the Microbit Setup Manager without issue. The Remote .228 unit info is relieved in the setup manager following a mouse click on the "info" link just fine. However, when I attempt to make any further changes to the .228 unit in setup, I get a request for a ??? login and password ???  Where does this come from? To my knowledge, I've never had a password to enter the settings. I've attempted without success many login and passwords. How do I get around this roadblock? The .227 unit sailed right through. Your comments and thoughts are most appreciated.

Thanks, Paul, WA4AA

Thanks Mitch,

Finally, after weeks of trial and error I've got the RRC Control settings correct and have been able to connect (LAN) to the IC-756 Pro3. Serial connection from laptop to RRC Control and running HRD. Most functions on the radio can be addressed through HRD except Power On/Off.

Looking for suggestions from the Forum on how to solve the Power On/Off dilemma. I'm sure that this has been done before, I just need a starting point. Thanks all.


Hardware, Cabling, Installations / Connection Confirmation
« on: 2018-04-20, 06:22:23 »
Anyone, Everyone,

On the Radio-RRC, I have a (RJ-12) connection from the TTL to my Icom using a 3.5mm C-IV connector. Can I address the RJ-12 jack located on the front of the Radio-RRC? a toggle that turns the TTL on or off! How can I be certain that data is passing from the Control-RRC through the Radio-RRC at the TTL RJ-12 connection?


Configuration, RRC 1258 / Re: Confirm Connections
« on: 2018-04-16, 01:59:39 »
Thanks Mitch.....After looking there I find that the Connection Status on each is OK. The SIP Status is connected/transferring and the RIP status is Excellent. The Other Party is the other RCC IP address. Great news, Thanks.

Now I have to figure out why I can't connect to the IC-756Pro3. Using HRD as the front end connected to Control via USB to RS232 adaptor. Status report confirms that it is working. The other end is TTL to CIV, I checked the pinout and that cable seems to be OK. Has to be baud rates between HRD and the Pro#. Any suggestions? Anybody
Thanks again Mitch

How can I confirm that the Control RRC is connected to the Radio RRC via my LAN? The network can see the Control RRC and it can also see the Radio RRC but I'm unable to connect to them?
Thanks, Paul

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