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Mobile stations

Rob Giuliano
 

I must say that in my area the APRS traffic has been significantly lower than normal.
I can't say when the last time I saw more than one or two mobile stations on my map.
In the past, there would be 5 - 20 stations moving around at any given time.

I hope everyone is staying safe!

Robert Giuliano
KB8RCO


Re: Using NWS County shapefiles for other packets

Lynn Deffenbaugh
 

And I completely forgot about the following which should let you play with MultiLines.

Multiline Creation in APRSISCE/32

APRSISCE/32 now has a rudimentary multiline object creation capability built in. Follow the procedure below to create your own tracked objects and convert them to a MultiLine object.

  1. Right click at one end of your line or one point on your area. From the Coordinate cascade, select "Create Object HERE" and give it a name and comment. You'll need to keep it Enabled, but you do not need to check any of the Vias. The screen should center and lock on your new object.
  2. Drag and pan to the next point along your line or area. Again, right click, but this time select "Move <ObjName> HERE" from the coordinates cascade.
  3. Repeat step 2 as many times as necessary to build up the line or area boundary using the tracks you're making with the object. I don't enforce the 23 limit yet, so please don't say it's broken if it breaks.
  4. If you don't like the most recent point you added, you can left (normal) click on the object itself and select "Shrink Track" from the new "My Object" cascade. After confirming, the object track will have the most recent point removed.
  5. When you have all of the line segments tracked, or are one step from closing your area, left (normal) click on the object name itself. From the new "My Object" cascade, select "Track to Area" or "Track to MultiLine".

When APRSISCE/32 creates the Multiline object, it takes into account the distance to the most distant offset, and uses that to determine the scale required, and then attempts to find the best fit for each vertex defined.

Now you can compare your object's track with the line or area boundary that you got. Expect LOTS of error depending on the size of your
maximum offset. Also, since MultiLine objects are relative the object position, don't be surprised to see the line or shape move intact if you
decide to start over with the same object!

From http://aprsisce.wikidot.com/doc:multiline

Lynn (D) - KJ4ERJ - Author of APRSISCE for Windows Mobile and Win32

On 4/7/2020 7:13 PM, Fred Hillhouse wrote:

Greetings,

 

This is cross –posted to APRSSIG but the list appears to have been replaced by a forum. It is also on the Facebook APRS page.

 

Is there a mechanism to use the shapefiles that encompass counties for anything other than an NWS packet?

Here is an example that will display a FLOOD symbol inside two counties along with county outlines

PAHFLS>APRS,TCPIP,qAO,WE7U-WX::NWS_ADVIS:070730z,FLOOD,INC129-KYC225 {6H50l

 

After studying the details and documents for this packet (Thanks WE7U!), I am curious if other data could be displayed.

 

Is the packet type generic enough?

Can “NWS_ADVIS” be anything else?

I am not sure what determines the FLOOD symbol. Is it the product code of “FLS” or “FLOOD”?

 

A current scenario might be COVID-19 cases in a county, but that is only one example.

 

Just thinking about current world events and APRS.

 

I know the NWS is US based. Are other shapefiles available for counties, states, provinces, etc.?

 

I hope everyone is being careful and rides out this storm successfully!

 

Best regards,

Fred N7FMH

 

PS. The New York Times maps and data (free subscription for COVID-19)

https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2020/world/coronavirus-maps.html

https://github.com/nytimes/covid-19-data

 

PPS. Is the APRSSIG email list really replaced by a forum? L

 




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Re: Using NWS County shapefiles for other packets

Lynn Deffenbaugh
 

Actually, I would recommend looking into using the NWS MultiLine format for this purpose.  It requires nothing to be installed except an APRS client that supports this display.  You can't transmit the same level of detail as a local shapefile selection can deliver, but you also don't need to have shapefiles installed to see the described area.  Another advantage is that the base packet still supports location, symbol, and comment text, unlike the shapefile selection stuff.

This is what KJ4ERJ-15 uses to put the footprint circles around the ISS and PSAT* satellite objects.


As for where the flood symbol comes from, it is the "product code" that is "FLS" for "Flood Statement" in your example packet.  The "source" callsign is the NWS office (or zone) and product code concatenated together.  In ARPSISCE/32, I went through all of the product codes and selected symbols for them for display.


The MultiLine format is generated for weather alerts as well and is what carries the non-shape shapes that are actually drawn by the weather forecasters themselves when alerts are issued.

And yes, this originated in the USA, but the Australians are doing their own thing.  The base pages for this information is (although the Australian page didn't come up when I just tried it):



I'd have to go check the source code to see what the conditions are that trigger the shapefile lookup, but I know the multiline is simply the presense of the proper }xxxxxx{seq# at the end of a packet.  Here's a few samples from the satellite objects:

KJ4ERJ-15>APZTLE,TCPIP*,qAC,NINTH:;ISS      *234348h4637.47N\09311.67WSMsg4Pass }k1mkNbrQzAq5a1N5;A+Q#b*kN{!wJU!
KJ4ERJ-15>APZTLE,TCPIP*,qAC,NINTH:;PSAT     *234355h3709.89N\10424.05ESMsg4Pass }k1kpNhnTz@t1c,N19@(T"h.pN{!w0'!
KJ4ERJ-15>APZTLE,TCPIP*,qAC,NINTH:;PSAT2    *234424h2649.97S\13728.36WSMsg4Pass }k1iuNne\vEz0l'N00E#\&n7uN{!wm<!
And lots more at https://aprs.fi/?c=raw&call=KJ4ERJ-15 (but aprs.fi thinks the satellites fly too fast!)

Oh, and the !xxx! as the "sequence" was specifically chosen to make it different than an NWS multiline which will always have a letter or digit as the first character after the {.

Lynn (D) - KJ4ERJ - Author of APRSISCE for Windows Mobile and Win32

On 4/7/2020 7:13 PM, Fred Hillhouse wrote:

Greetings,

 

This is cross –posted to APRSSIG but the list appears to have been replaced by a forum. It is also on the Facebook APRS page.

 

Is there a mechanism to use the shapefiles that encompass counties for anything other than an NWS packet?

Here is an example that will display a FLOOD symbol inside two counties along with county outlines

PAHFLS>APRS,TCPIP,qAO,WE7U-WX::NWS_ADVIS:070730z,FLOOD,INC129-KYC225 {6H50l

 

After studying the details and documents for this packet (Thanks WE7U!), I am curious if other data could be displayed.

 

Is the packet type generic enough?

Can “NWS_ADVIS” be anything else?

I am not sure what determines the FLOOD symbol. Is it the product code of “FLS” or “FLOOD”?

 

A current scenario might be COVID-19 cases in a county, but that is only one example.

 

Just thinking about current world events and APRS.

 

I know the NWS is US based. Are other shapefiles available for counties, states, provinces, etc.?

 

I hope everyone is being careful and rides out this storm successfully!

 

Best regards,

Fred N7FMH

 

PS. The New York Times maps and data (free subscription for COVID-19)

https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2020/world/coronavirus-maps.html

https://github.com/nytimes/covid-19-data

 

PPS. Is the APRSSIG email list really replaced by a forum? L

 




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Using NWS County shapefiles for other packets

Fred Hillhouse
 

Greetings,

 

This is cross –posted to APRSSIG but the list appears to have been replaced by a forum. It is also on the Facebook APRS page.

 

Is there a mechanism to use the shapefiles that encompass counties for anything other than an NWS packet?

Here is an example that will display a FLOOD symbol inside two counties along with county outlines

PAHFLS>APRS,TCPIP,qAO,WE7U-WX::NWS_ADVIS:070730z,FLOOD,INC129-KYC225 {6H50l

 

After studying the details and documents for this packet (Thanks WE7U!), I am curious if other data could be displayed.

 

Is the packet type generic enough?

Can “NWS_ADVIS” be anything else?

I am not sure what determines the FLOOD symbol. Is it the product code of “FLS” or “FLOOD”?

 

A current scenario might be COVID-19 cases in a county, but that is only one example.

 

Just thinking about current world events and APRS.

 

I know the NWS is US based. Are other shapefiles available for counties, states, provinces, etc.?

 

I hope everyone is being careful and rides out this storm successfully!

 

Best regards,

Fred N7FMH

 

PS. The New York Times maps and data (free subscription for COVID-19)

https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2020/world/coronavirus-maps.html

https://github.com/nytimes/covid-19-data

 

PPS. Is the APRSSIG email list really replaced by a forum? L

 




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Re: MPH vs km/h

Greg Depew
 

No problem!!



Greg KB3KBR Sent from my Verizon, Samsung Galaxy smartphone



-------- Original message --------
From: "Gurdon Wolfe via groups.io" <w4gcw@...>
Date: 4/4/20 07:58 (GMT-05:00)
To: APRSISCE@groups.io
Subject: Re: [APRSISCE] MPH vs km/h

That's it.  Thanks Greg.

 73, Don
 W4GCW


Where am I? Click link below.
https://aprs.fi/#!call=a%2FW4GCW-9&timerange=3600&tail=3600







On Friday, April 3, 2020, 03:16:34 PM EDT, Greg Depew <goatherder_4891@...> wrote:


Try Configure> Metric> Distance.



Greg KB3KBR Sent from my Verizon, Samsung Galaxy smartphone



-------- Original message --------
From: "Gurdon Wolfe via groups.io" <w4gcw@...>
Date: 4/3/20 15:06 (GMT-05:00)
To: APRSISCE@groups.io
Subject: [APRSISCE] MPH vs km/h

Need help changing display of moving stations from kn/h to mph.
Thanks.

 73, Don
 W4GCW






Re: MPH vs km/h

Gurdon Wolfe
 

That's it.  Thanks Greg.

 73, Don
 W4GCW


Where am I? Click link below.
https://aprs.fi/#!call=a%2FW4GCW-9&timerange=3600&tail=3600







On Friday, April 3, 2020, 03:16:34 PM EDT, Greg Depew <goatherder_4891@...> wrote:


Try Configure> Metric> Distance.



Greg KB3KBR Sent from my Verizon, Samsung Galaxy smartphone



-------- Original message --------
From: "Gurdon Wolfe via groups.io" <w4gcw@...>
Date: 4/3/20 15:06 (GMT-05:00)
To: APRSISCE@groups.io
Subject: [APRSISCE] MPH vs km/h

Need help changing display of moving stations from kn/h to mph.
Thanks.

 73, Don
 W4GCW






Re: MPH vs km/h

Gurdon Wolfe
 

Thanks Greg, I ll give it a try.

73, Don



On Fri, Apr 3, 2020 at 3:16 PM, Greg Depew
<goatherder_4891@...> wrote:
Try Configure> Metric> Distance.



Greg KB3KBR Sent from my Verizon, Samsung Galaxy smartphone



-------- Original message --------
From: "Gurdon Wolfe via groups.io" <w4gcw@...>
Date: 4/3/20 15:06 (GMT-05:00)
To: APRSISCE@groups.io
Subject: [APRSISCE] MPH vs km/h

Need help changing display of moving stations from kn/h to mph.
Thanks.

 73, Don
 W4GCW






Re: MPH vs km/h

Greg Depew
 

Try Configure> Metric> Distance.



Greg KB3KBR Sent from my Verizon, Samsung Galaxy smartphone



-------- Original message --------
From: "Gurdon Wolfe via groups.io" <w4gcw@...>
Date: 4/3/20 15:06 (GMT-05:00)
To: APRSISCE@groups.io
Subject: [APRSISCE] MPH vs km/h

Need help changing display of moving stations from kn/h to mph.
Thanks.

 73, Don
 W4GCW






MPH vs km/h

Gurdon Wolfe
 

Need help changing display of moving stations from kn/h to mph.
Thanks.

 73, Don
 W4GCW






Re: APRSIS shutting down

Anthony Mascola
 

That's great.  I'm still not able to get either version working consistently unfortunately.  The development version seems to lose my GPS position feed.  I have reverted back to the production version and have to restart it every hour or so as it crashes but I can restart it and it works for a little while.  I don't always realize when it crashes and sometimes have been driving for awhile and after I get home to review I notice that my position feeds to APRS terminate well before the trip did.  Somehow with my hardware or settings neither version is stable.  If I use the development version I can't track my position while mobile nor beacon my position as it still says "No Fix" despite my transceiver having the correct data and the same settings in the production version working.  Anybody have any ideas about why this is happening?  As before I am using a Blutronium serial to USB connection.  See prior email.
AM

On Monday, March 9, 2020, 08:03:29 AM PDT, Wayne Morris <waynemia@...> wrote:


I frequently find that APRSIS has shut down when I go up to check on it. I have the PC on a UPS and the program autostarts if the pc reboots. I saw something in one post about running a development release. I set my system up about 6 months ago or so. If I need to look into running a development release or something, I will research that. I don't know why it is shutting down.
--
73's, Wayne, AC5V


Re: APRSIS shutting down

Wayne Morris
 

I just wanted to add a note that the program has not shut down since implemeting the development version.
--
73's, Wayne, AC5V


Re: Technical Assist with APRSIS32 Setup - Msg 4

Don Woodward
 

Dave:

150' may be too far for some range extenders, but they do make WiFi Bridges that go further - this is what I pan to use on my property to connect a remote building where I'll have a repeater up on a hill on my property.


Amazon.com: Ubiquiti PowerBeam M5 PBE-M5-300 2PACK PRE-CONFIGURED 5GHz 22dBi 400mW Bridge: Computers &amp; Accessories
www.amazon.com
73's

Don W.
KD4APP


From: APRSISCE@groups.io <APRSISCE@groups.io> on behalf of Dave / KL7BX via Groups.Io <bearskinrugmaker@...>
Sent: Tuesday, March 31, 2020 9:35 AM
To: APRSISCE@groups.io <APRSISCE@groups.io>
Cc: David Luchak G-Mail <bearskinrugmaker@...>
Subject: Re: [APRSISCE] Technical Assist with APRSIS32 Setup - Msg 4
 

Don,

 

Firstly: That sounds like it just might be worth investigating !   I've been trying to figure OUT a way to get internet connectivity in MY detached shop bldg (completely metallic building located about 150 feet from my house) as well!!! 

 

Your idea just might be THE solution to BOTH my problems/concerns!  THANKS!!  

 

 

Secondly:  I managed to get the APRSIS32 software running properly again (HOORAAAYYYYYY!!), as of Monday 3-30-2020 @ 9 PM CDT, by changing the APRS I-Gate WIN XP PC's IP Address assignment to DHCP/dynamic, and hard-setting the desired IP Address within the AT&T DSL Router FOR the WIN XP PC, as a "Fixed-Private" permanent IP Address.  The I-Gate seems to be running just fine now, but I'll have to wait and see whether it STAYS that way for the next couple of days or not.

 

Thanks for all the suggestions, folks!   I sincerely appreciate it!

 

 

Dave in Texas     :-)

KL7BX

 

Tuesday / 3-31-2020 / 8:30 AM CDT

 

********** ************* ************

 

 

From: APRSISCE@groups.io On Behalf Of Don Woodward
Sent: Tuesday, March 31, 2020 8:02 AM
To: APRSISCE@groups.io
Subject: Re: [APRSISCE] Technical Assist with APRSIS32 Setup - Msg 3

 

Dave:

 

You could get a WiFi Range extender which has a Ethernet jack - I use one of these in my shed and connect the Ethernet on the range extender to a Ethernet switch to feed several wired devices.  You can connect that Ethernet port to your XP PC and avoid using WiFi on it.

 

73;s

 

Don W.

KD4APP

 


From: APRSISCE@groups.io <APRSISCE@groups.io> on behalf of Dave / KL7BX via Groups.Io <bearskinrugmaker@...>
Sent: Monday, March 30, 2020 10:30 PM
To: APRSISCE@groups.io <APRSISCE@groups.io>
Subject: Re: [APRSISCE] Technical Assist with APRSIS32 Setup - Msg 3

 

Noel,

 

     I JUST changed the dedicated WIN XP desktop PC back to DHCP IP Address assignment, and once a new IP Address was assigned, lo & behold, the APRSIS32 software acknowledged the connection and changed the message across the screen header from "APRS-IS Delayed" to "APRS-IS OK"....... for about 90 SECONDS, at which point the Wi-Fi connection started toggling between connected and disconnected for about 2 full minutes.

 

   After the 2 minute "toggling" episode, the Wi-Fi connection finally stabilized, and for the past 5 minutes, the APRSIS32 software has been operating PROPERLY.  Now I'll have to wait and see how long it lasts THIS time.

 

The WIN XP Network Connections screen says the Wi-Fi connection Signal Strength is "Excellent", with 5 out of 5 signal strength bars solid!

 

 

   Thanks for any advice.  I'm all ears for any outside help at the moment.

 

 

Monday / 3-30-2020 / 9:30 PM CDT

 

 

Dave in Texas

KL7BX

 

 

From: APRSISCE@groups.io On Behalf Of Noel Shrum
Sent: Monday, March 30, 2020 4:04 PM
To: APRSISCE@groups.io
Subject: Re: [APRSISCE] Need Technical Assistance with APRSIS32 Setup for I-Gate Operations - (2nd Try)

 

I would almost guarantee that the problem is with the wifi hardware in the old computer.

 

Have you tried a wired Ethernet connection? 

 

 

On Mon, Mar 30, 2020, 3:03 PM Dave / KL7BX <bearskinrugmaker@...> wrote:

To ANYONE out there who may be able to help........  This is a rather long-winded request for some DEEP technical assistance with APRSIS32 software setups, so be ready for a long sit-down session, just to read thru it all.  (Sorry for the first attempt with old text included from an earlier io.group message)

 

Approximately 2-3 months ago, I activated a new APRS 2-Way (RF-IS-RF) I-Gate Station (KL7BX-10) on the air, with the help of a couple folks in this group, and some from the Tiny Trak4.io group, as well. THANK YOU ALL for that!!

 

I am a total NEWBIE at using APRSIS32 software, and have been TRYING to learn by reading thru the APRSIS32 Manual, but most of the info in the manual is going over my head, as far as HOW/WHAT needs to be properly setup the APRSIS32 software to do what I THINK I want/need it to do for my I-Gate operation.  I am a licensed Motorola RADIO repair technician by trade, but only have just enough technical knowledge on computers/APRS software to be known as "Dangerous".

 

My situation is probably going to be best handled via direct phone call contact, as I have been battling with the exact same, specific problem, running APRSIS32 for my I-Gate system operation, ever since I initially put my I-Gate system on the air.  I HAD been able to get it back up & running on my own during previous failures, but that was until tonight (Sunday / 3-29-2020).

 

If you feel willing and able to help, please contact me directly via e-mail at the address provided on the QRZ.com website for my Callsign, and I will send you my contact phone number by return e-mail, privately.  OR if you wish, send me YOUR phone number, and I will call YOU, directly. Either method works, for me.

 

Going back & forth via the group will probably take forever, due to my lack of in-depth computer/software knowledge/capabilities.

 

 

Dave / KL7BX

MSgt, US Air Force, Retired

 

 

Problem : Approximately every 36-48 hours of continuous operation on the WIN XP PC, the Wi-Fi adapter connection would be LOST, and it would refuse to re-connect to my in-home ATT DSL Router. NORMALLY I could get it to reconnect after either unplugging/re-plugging the USB adapter, and/or rebooting the PC and restarting APRSIS32 application.  Once wi-fi connection was re-established, everything operated just FINE for I-Gate operations again.  Not anymore.

 

 

My I-Gate Station/System physical setup Background info:

 

Am using COM1 RS232 db9 port of WIN XP PC to Tiny-Trak 4 2-way tracker unit/TNC in KISS mode. TT4 is connected to mono-band 2 Mtr mobile radio used as a base station with 70' HAAT omni antenna. No RADIO or TNC operation issues need troubleshooting. Only the PC / software portion is having issues.

 

Am running APRSIS32 Development version Client (by KJ4ERJ Built JAN 21, 2019), on an old donated Windows XP desktop (HP-Compaq) PC .... (Probably my whole problem??? JUNK/P.O.S. computer?)

 

I HAVE been running the I-Gate system 95% successfully for a couple months now, with only the afore-mentioned Wi-Fi connection failure, reboot/re-connection issues.  My System has now, after another wi-fi connection loss and re-establishment cycle, FAILED to restore normal I-Gate operation, and has reverted back to Digipeater ONLY operation now.   The APRSIS32 screen display now constantly alternates between "TT4A OK", & "APRS-IS Delay" at the top of the video monitor screen image. I CAN get it to Transmit manually, over the RF side, to a distant neighboring I-Gate Station, or digipeater path, by clicking on the Transmit function button in the APRSIS32 software. My station also DOES RECEIVE APRS stations over the air, just fine, according to the software screen displayed callsign lists.

 

ALL issues seem to be with the computer failing to maintain a continuous Wi-Fi connection to my in-home AT&T DSL Router Wi-Fi connection, for more than 48 hours.  All OTHER Wi-Fi devices in the household (approx. 6 other items) are working just FINE, with ZERO connectivity or failure issues.

 

I'm using a USB plugin Linksys WUSB6300N Adapter for Wi-Fi connection between the WIN XP PC and the AT&T DSL Router. (Had previously been using Belkin Wi-Fi Adapters, with exactly the same issue. No improvement or change in symptoms when recently changing from Belkin USB adapter to Linksys USB WI-Fi adapters.)

 

I have already consulted with a local computer guru, & changed the WIN XP PC from dynamic/DHCP, to Static/Assigned IP Address. The thought was that the DSL Router was occasionally re-assigning dynamic IP Addresses to various items in our home, and may have run out of available addresses, or had developed duplicate address conflicts. 

The change from Dynamic/DHCP mode to Static IP operations mode lasted exactly 36 hours before the final failure tonight.  (I've also already confirmed, in the AT&T DSL Router IP Assignments Table, that the IP Addresses listed in the Router DO match the Static IP Address in the WIN XP PC.  No IP Address duplication or mis-match between the two devices.)  I DO have access to the AT&T Router's internal Web Server data, with read/write privileges.

 

I have already gone thru numerous attempts to restore the I-Gate System operations by rebooting the PC, and looking in the APRSIS32 settings & restarting the application,  to see if something got corrupted/changed, but I don't have enough familiarity with all the different APRSIS32 software settings to know what's right or wrong.

 

My I-Gate system is now stuck in Digipeater ONLY mode. (I have confirmed this by verification of my station Beacon & Status/Comment data appearance times,  with the respective RF Path used, on the APRS.FI website "Raw Data" search for my I-Gate station Callsign.)

 

 

I'm pulling out what little hair I have left.   Please HELP!!!!

 

ANY help is appreciated!  THANK YOU!  Any takers?????

 

 

Dave / KL7BX

MSgt, USAF, Retired

 

Monday / 3-30-2020 / 1:00 AM CDT

 

************** ************** ************* ***********

 

 

 


Re: Technical Assist with APRSIS32 Setup - Msg 4

Dave / KL7BX
 

Don,

 

Firstly: That sounds like it just might be worth investigating !   I've been trying to figure OUT a way to get internet connectivity in MY detached shop bldg (completely metallic building located about 150 feet from my house) as well!!! 

 

Your idea just might be THE solution to BOTH my problems/concerns!  THANKS!!  

 

 

Secondly:  I managed to get the APRSIS32 software running properly again (HOORAAAYYYYYY!!), as of Monday 3-30-2020 @ 9 PM CDT, by changing the APRS I-Gate WIN XP PC's IP Address assignment to DHCP/dynamic, and hard-setting the desired IP Address within the AT&T DSL Router FOR the WIN XP PC, as a "Fixed-Private" permanent IP Address.  The I-Gate seems to be running just fine now, but I'll have to wait and see whether it STAYS that way for the next couple of days or not.

 

Thanks for all the suggestions, folks!   I sincerely appreciate it!

 

 

Dave in Texas     :-)

KL7BX

 

Tuesday / 3-31-2020 / 8:30 AM CDT

 

********** ************* ************

 

 

From: APRSISCE@groups.io On Behalf Of Don Woodward
Sent: Tuesday, March 31, 2020 8:02 AM
To: APRSISCE@groups.io
Subject: Re: [APRSISCE] Technical Assist with APRSIS32 Setup - Msg 3

 

Dave:

 

You could get a WiFi Range extender which has a Ethernet jack - I use one of these in my shed and connect the Ethernet on the range extender to a Ethernet switch to feed several wired devices.  You can connect that Ethernet port to your XP PC and avoid using WiFi on it.

 

73;s

 

Don W.

KD4APP

 


From: APRSISCE@groups.io <APRSISCE@groups.io> on behalf of Dave / KL7BX via Groups.Io <bearskinrugmaker@...>
Sent: Monday, March 30, 2020 10:30 PM
To: APRSISCE@groups.io <APRSISCE@groups.io>
Subject: Re: [APRSISCE] Technical Assist with APRSIS32 Setup - Msg 3

 

Noel,

 

     I JUST changed the dedicated WIN XP desktop PC back to DHCP IP Address assignment, and once a new IP Address was assigned, lo & behold, the APRSIS32 software acknowledged the connection and changed the message across the screen header from "APRS-IS Delayed" to "APRS-IS OK"....... for about 90 SECONDS, at which point the Wi-Fi connection started toggling between connected and disconnected for about 2 full minutes.

 

   After the 2 minute "toggling" episode, the Wi-Fi connection finally stabilized, and for the past 5 minutes, the APRSIS32 software has been operating PROPERLY.  Now I'll have to wait and see how long it lasts THIS time.

 

The WIN XP Network Connections screen says the Wi-Fi connection Signal Strength is "Excellent", with 5 out of 5 signal strength bars solid!

 

 

   Thanks for any advice.  I'm all ears for any outside help at the moment.

 

 

Monday / 3-30-2020 / 9:30 PM CDT

 

 

Dave in Texas

KL7BX

 

 

From: APRSISCE@groups.io On Behalf Of Noel Shrum
Sent: Monday, March 30, 2020 4:04 PM
To: APRSISCE@groups.io
Subject: Re: [APRSISCE] Need Technical Assistance with APRSIS32 Setup for I-Gate Operations - (2nd Try)

 

I would almost guarantee that the problem is with the wifi hardware in the old computer.

 

Have you tried a wired Ethernet connection? 

 

 

On Mon, Mar 30, 2020, 3:03 PM Dave / KL7BX <bearskinrugmaker@...> wrote:

To ANYONE out there who may be able to help........  This is a rather long-winded request for some DEEP technical assistance with APRSIS32 software setups, so be ready for a long sit-down session, just to read thru it all.  (Sorry for the first attempt with old text included from an earlier io.group message)

 

Approximately 2-3 months ago, I activated a new APRS 2-Way (RF-IS-RF) I-Gate Station (KL7BX-10) on the air, with the help of a couple folks in this group, and some from the Tiny Trak4.io group, as well. THANK YOU ALL for that!!

 

I am a total NEWBIE at using APRSIS32 software, and have been TRYING to learn by reading thru the APRSIS32 Manual, but most of the info in the manual is going over my head, as far as HOW/WHAT needs to be properly setup the APRSIS32 software to do what I THINK I want/need it to do for my I-Gate operation.  I am a licensed Motorola RADIO repair technician by trade, but only have just enough technical knowledge on computers/APRS software to be known as "Dangerous".

 

My situation is probably going to be best handled via direct phone call contact, as I have been battling with the exact same, specific problem, running APRSIS32 for my I-Gate system operation, ever since I initially put my I-Gate system on the air.  I HAD been able to get it back up & running on my own during previous failures, but that was until tonight (Sunday / 3-29-2020).

 

If you feel willing and able to help, please contact me directly via e-mail at the address provided on the QRZ.com website for my Callsign, and I will send you my contact phone number by return e-mail, privately.  OR if you wish, send me YOUR phone number, and I will call YOU, directly. Either method works, for me.

 

Going back & forth via the group will probably take forever, due to my lack of in-depth computer/software knowledge/capabilities.

 

 

Dave / KL7BX

MSgt, US Air Force, Retired

 

 

Problem : Approximately every 36-48 hours of continuous operation on the WIN XP PC, the Wi-Fi adapter connection would be LOST, and it would refuse to re-connect to my in-home ATT DSL Router. NORMALLY I could get it to reconnect after either unplugging/re-plugging the USB adapter, and/or rebooting the PC and restarting APRSIS32 application.  Once wi-fi connection was re-established, everything operated just FINE for I-Gate operations again.  Not anymore.

 

 

My I-Gate Station/System physical setup Background info:

 

Am using COM1 RS232 db9 port of WIN XP PC to Tiny-Trak 4 2-way tracker unit/TNC in KISS mode. TT4 is connected to mono-band 2 Mtr mobile radio used as a base station with 70' HAAT omni antenna. No RADIO or TNC operation issues need troubleshooting. Only the PC / software portion is having issues.

 

Am running APRSIS32 Development version Client (by KJ4ERJ Built JAN 21, 2019), on an old donated Windows XP desktop (HP-Compaq) PC .... (Probably my whole problem??? JUNK/P.O.S. computer?)

 

I HAVE been running the I-Gate system 95% successfully for a couple months now, with only the afore-mentioned Wi-Fi connection failure, reboot/re-connection issues.  My System has now, after another wi-fi connection loss and re-establishment cycle, FAILED to restore normal I-Gate operation, and has reverted back to Digipeater ONLY operation now.   The APRSIS32 screen display now constantly alternates between "TT4A OK", & "APRS-IS Delay" at the top of the video monitor screen image. I CAN get it to Transmit manually, over the RF side, to a distant neighboring I-Gate Station, or digipeater path, by clicking on the Transmit function button in the APRSIS32 software. My station also DOES RECEIVE APRS stations over the air, just fine, according to the software screen displayed callsign lists.

 

ALL issues seem to be with the computer failing to maintain a continuous Wi-Fi connection to my in-home AT&T DSL Router Wi-Fi connection, for more than 48 hours.  All OTHER Wi-Fi devices in the household (approx. 6 other items) are working just FINE, with ZERO connectivity or failure issues.

 

I'm using a USB plugin Linksys WUSB6300N Adapter for Wi-Fi connection between the WIN XP PC and the AT&T DSL Router. (Had previously been using Belkin Wi-Fi Adapters, with exactly the same issue. No improvement or change in symptoms when recently changing from Belkin USB adapter to Linksys USB WI-Fi adapters.)

 

I have already consulted with a local computer guru, & changed the WIN XP PC from dynamic/DHCP, to Static/Assigned IP Address. The thought was that the DSL Router was occasionally re-assigning dynamic IP Addresses to various items in our home, and may have run out of available addresses, or had developed duplicate address conflicts. 

The change from Dynamic/DHCP mode to Static IP operations mode lasted exactly 36 hours before the final failure tonight.  (I've also already confirmed, in the AT&T DSL Router IP Assignments Table, that the IP Addresses listed in the Router DO match the Static IP Address in the WIN XP PC.  No IP Address duplication or mis-match between the two devices.)  I DO have access to the AT&T Router's internal Web Server data, with read/write privileges.

 

I have already gone thru numerous attempts to restore the I-Gate System operations by rebooting the PC, and looking in the APRSIS32 settings & restarting the application,  to see if something got corrupted/changed, but I don't have enough familiarity with all the different APRSIS32 software settings to know what's right or wrong.

 

My I-Gate system is now stuck in Digipeater ONLY mode. (I have confirmed this by verification of my station Beacon & Status/Comment data appearance times,  with the respective RF Path used, on the APRS.FI website "Raw Data" search for my I-Gate station Callsign.)

 

 

I'm pulling out what little hair I have left.   Please HELP!!!!

 

ANY help is appreciated!  THANK YOU!  Any takers?????

 

 

Dave / KL7BX

MSgt, USAF, Retired

 

Monday / 3-30-2020 / 1:00 AM CDT

 

************** ************** ************* ***********

 

 

 


Re: Technical Assist with APRSIS32 Setup - Msg 3

Don Woodward
 

Dave:

You could get a WiFi Range extender which has a Ethernet jack - I use one of these in my shed and connect the Ethernet on the range extender to a Ethernet switch to feed several wired devices.  You can connect that Ethernet port to your XP PC and avoid using WiFi on it.

73;s

Don W.
KD4APP


From: APRSISCE@groups.io <APRSISCE@groups.io> on behalf of Dave / KL7BX via Groups.Io <bearskinrugmaker@...>
Sent: Monday, March 30, 2020 10:30 PM
To: APRSISCE@groups.io <APRSISCE@groups.io>
Subject: Re: [APRSISCE] Technical Assist with APRSIS32 Setup - Msg 3
 

Noel,

 

     I JUST changed the dedicated WIN XP desktop PC back to DHCP IP Address assignment, and once a new IP Address was assigned, lo & behold, the APRSIS32 software acknowledged the connection and changed the message across the screen header from "APRS-IS Delayed" to "APRS-IS OK"....... for about 90 SECONDS, at which point the Wi-Fi connection started toggling between connected and disconnected for about 2 full minutes.

 

   After the 2 minute "toggling" episode, the Wi-Fi connection finally stabilized, and for the past 5 minutes, the APRSIS32 software has been operating PROPERLY.  Now I'll have to wait and see how long it lasts THIS time.

 

The WIN XP Network Connections screen says the Wi-Fi connection Signal Strength is "Excellent", with 5 out of 5 signal strength bars solid!

 

 

   Thanks for any advice.  I'm all ears for any outside help at the moment.

 

 

Monday / 3-30-2020 / 9:30 PM CDT

 

 

Dave in Texas

KL7BX

 

 

From: APRSISCE@groups.io On Behalf Of Noel Shrum
Sent: Monday, March 30, 2020 4:04 PM
To: APRSISCE@groups.io
Subject: Re: [APRSISCE] Need Technical Assistance with APRSIS32 Setup for I-Gate Operations - (2nd Try)

 

I would almost guarantee that the problem is with the wifi hardware in the old computer.

 

Have you tried a wired Ethernet connection? 

 

 

On Mon, Mar 30, 2020, 3:03 PM Dave / KL7BX <bearskinrugmaker@...> wrote:

To ANYONE out there who may be able to help........  This is a rather long-winded request for some DEEP technical assistance with APRSIS32 software setups, so be ready for a long sit-down session, just to read thru it all.  (Sorry for the first attempt with old text included from an earlier io.group message)

 

Approximately 2-3 months ago, I activated a new APRS 2-Way (RF-IS-RF) I-Gate Station (KL7BX-10) on the air, with the help of a couple folks in this group, and some from the Tiny Trak4.io group, as well. THANK YOU ALL for that!!

 

I am a total NEWBIE at using APRSIS32 software, and have been TRYING to learn by reading thru the APRSIS32 Manual, but most of the info in the manual is going over my head, as far as HOW/WHAT needs to be properly setup the APRSIS32 software to do what I THINK I want/need it to do for my I-Gate operation.  I am a licensed Motorola RADIO repair technician by trade, but only have just enough technical knowledge on computers/APRS software to be known as "Dangerous".

 

My situation is probably going to be best handled via direct phone call contact, as I have been battling with the exact same, specific problem, running APRSIS32 for my I-Gate system operation, ever since I initially put my I-Gate system on the air.  I HAD been able to get it back up & running on my own during previous failures, but that was until tonight (Sunday / 3-29-2020).

 

If you feel willing and able to help, please contact me directly via e-mail at the address provided on the QRZ.com website for my Callsign, and I will send you my contact phone number by return e-mail, privately.  OR if you wish, send me YOUR phone number, and I will call YOU, directly. Either method works, for me.

 

Going back & forth via the group will probably take forever, due to my lack of in-depth computer/software knowledge/capabilities.

 

 

Dave / KL7BX

MSgt, US Air Force, Retired

 

 

Problem : Approximately every 36-48 hours of continuous operation on the WIN XP PC, the Wi-Fi adapter connection would be LOST, and it would refuse to re-connect to my in-home ATT DSL Router. NORMALLY I could get it to reconnect after either unplugging/re-plugging the USB adapter, and/or rebooting the PC and restarting APRSIS32 application.  Once wi-fi connection was re-established, everything operated just FINE for I-Gate operations again.  Not anymore.

 

 

My I-Gate Station/System physical setup Background info:

 

Am using COM1 RS232 db9 port of WIN XP PC to Tiny-Trak 4 2-way tracker unit/TNC in KISS mode. TT4 is connected to mono-band 2 Mtr mobile radio used as a base station with 70' HAAT omni antenna. No RADIO or TNC operation issues need troubleshooting. Only the PC / software portion is having issues.

 

Am running APRSIS32 Development version Client (by KJ4ERJ Built JAN 21, 2019), on an old donated Windows XP desktop (HP-Compaq) PC .... (Probably my whole problem??? JUNK/P.O.S. computer?)

 

I HAVE been running the I-Gate system 95% successfully for a couple months now, with only the afore-mentioned Wi-Fi connection failure, reboot/re-connection issues.  My System has now, after another wi-fi connection loss and re-establishment cycle, FAILED to restore normal I-Gate operation, and has reverted back to Digipeater ONLY operation now.   The APRSIS32 screen display now constantly alternates between "TT4A OK", & "APRS-IS Delay" at the top of the video monitor screen image. I CAN get it to Transmit manually, over the RF side, to a distant neighboring I-Gate Station, or digipeater path, by clicking on the Transmit function button in the APRSIS32 software. My station also DOES RECEIVE APRS stations over the air, just fine, according to the software screen displayed callsign lists.

 

ALL issues seem to be with the computer failing to maintain a continuous Wi-Fi connection to my in-home AT&T DSL Router Wi-Fi connection, for more than 48 hours.  All OTHER Wi-Fi devices in the household (approx. 6 other items) are working just FINE, with ZERO connectivity or failure issues.

 

I'm using a USB plugin Linksys WUSB6300N Adapter for Wi-Fi connection between the WIN XP PC and the AT&T DSL Router. (Had previously been using Belkin Wi-Fi Adapters, with exactly the same issue. No improvement or change in symptoms when recently changing from Belkin USB adapter to Linksys USB WI-Fi adapters.)

 

I have already consulted with a local computer guru, & changed the WIN XP PC from dynamic/DHCP, to Static/Assigned IP Address. The thought was that the DSL Router was occasionally re-assigning dynamic IP Addresses to various items in our home, and may have run out of available addresses, or had developed duplicate address conflicts. 

The change from Dynamic/DHCP mode to Static IP operations mode lasted exactly 36 hours before the final failure tonight.  (I've also already confirmed, in the AT&T DSL Router IP Assignments Table, that the IP Addresses listed in the Router DO match the Static IP Address in the WIN XP PC.  No IP Address duplication or mis-match between the two devices.)  I DO have access to the AT&T Router's internal Web Server data, with read/write privileges.

 

I have already gone thru numerous attempts to restore the I-Gate System operations by rebooting the PC, and looking in the APRSIS32 settings & restarting the application,  to see if something got corrupted/changed, but I don't have enough familiarity with all the different APRSIS32 software settings to know what's right or wrong.

 

My I-Gate system is now stuck in Digipeater ONLY mode. (I have confirmed this by verification of my station Beacon & Status/Comment data appearance times,  with the respective RF Path used, on the APRS.FI website "Raw Data" search for my I-Gate station Callsign.)

 

 

I'm pulling out what little hair I have left.   Please HELP!!!!

 

ANY help is appreciated!  THANK YOU!  Any takers?????

 

 

Dave / KL7BX

MSgt, USAF, Retired

 

Monday / 3-30-2020 / 1:00 AM CDT

 

************** ************** ************* ***********

 

 

 


Re: Technical Assist with APRSIS32 Setup - Msg 3

Dave / KL7BX
 

Noel,

 

     I JUST changed the dedicated WIN XP desktop PC back to DHCP IP Address assignment, and once a new IP Address was assigned, lo & behold, the APRSIS32 software acknowledged the connection and changed the message across the screen header from "APRS-IS Delayed" to "APRS-IS OK"....... for about 90 SECONDS, at which point the Wi-Fi connection started toggling between connected and disconnected for about 2 full minutes.

 

   After the 2 minute "toggling" episode, the Wi-Fi connection finally stabilized, and for the past 5 minutes, the APRSIS32 software has been operating PROPERLY.  Now I'll have to wait and see how long it lasts THIS time.

 

The WIN XP Network Connections screen says the Wi-Fi connection Signal Strength is "Excellent", with 5 out of 5 signal strength bars solid!

 

 

   Thanks for any advice.  I'm all ears for any outside help at the moment.

 

 

Monday / 3-30-2020 / 9:30 PM CDT

 

 

Dave in Texas

KL7BX

 

 

From: APRSISCE@groups.io On Behalf Of Noel Shrum
Sent: Monday, March 30, 2020 4:04 PM
To: APRSISCE@groups.io
Subject: Re: [APRSISCE] Need Technical Assistance with APRSIS32 Setup for I-Gate Operations - (2nd Try)

 

I would almost guarantee that the problem is with the wifi hardware in the old computer.

 

Have you tried a wired Ethernet connection? 

 

 

On Mon, Mar 30, 2020, 3:03 PM Dave / KL7BX <bearskinrugmaker@...> wrote:

To ANYONE out there who may be able to help........  This is a rather long-winded request for some DEEP technical assistance with APRSIS32 software setups, so be ready for a long sit-down session, just to read thru it all.  (Sorry for the first attempt with old text included from an earlier io.group message)

 

Approximately 2-3 months ago, I activated a new APRS 2-Way (RF-IS-RF) I-Gate Station (KL7BX-10) on the air, with the help of a couple folks in this group, and some from the Tiny Trak4.io group, as well. THANK YOU ALL for that!!

 

I am a total NEWBIE at using APRSIS32 software, and have been TRYING to learn by reading thru the APRSIS32 Manual, but most of the info in the manual is going over my head, as far as HOW/WHAT needs to be properly setup the APRSIS32 software to do what I THINK I want/need it to do for my I-Gate operation.  I am a licensed Motorola RADIO repair technician by trade, but only have just enough technical knowledge on computers/APRS software to be known as "Dangerous".

 

My situation is probably going to be best handled via direct phone call contact, as I have been battling with the exact same, specific problem, running APRSIS32 for my I-Gate system operation, ever since I initially put my I-Gate system on the air.  I HAD been able to get it back up & running on my own during previous failures, but that was until tonight (Sunday / 3-29-2020).

 

If you feel willing and able to help, please contact me directly via e-mail at the address provided on the QRZ.com website for my Callsign, and I will send you my contact phone number by return e-mail, privately.  OR if you wish, send me YOUR phone number, and I will call YOU, directly. Either method works, for me.

 

Going back & forth via the group will probably take forever, due to my lack of in-depth computer/software knowledge/capabilities.

 

 

Dave / KL7BX

MSgt, US Air Force, Retired

 

 

Problem : Approximately every 36-48 hours of continuous operation on the WIN XP PC, the Wi-Fi adapter connection would be LOST, and it would refuse to re-connect to my in-home ATT DSL Router. NORMALLY I could get it to reconnect after either unplugging/re-plugging the USB adapter, and/or rebooting the PC and restarting APRSIS32 application.  Once wi-fi connection was re-established, everything operated just FINE for I-Gate operations again.  Not anymore.

 

 

My I-Gate Station/System physical setup Background info:

 

Am using COM1 RS232 db9 port of WIN XP PC to Tiny-Trak 4 2-way tracker unit/TNC in KISS mode. TT4 is connected to mono-band 2 Mtr mobile radio used as a base station with 70' HAAT omni antenna. No RADIO or TNC operation issues need troubleshooting. Only the PC / software portion is having issues.

 

Am running APRSIS32 Development version Client (by KJ4ERJ Built JAN 21, 2019), on an old donated Windows XP desktop (HP-Compaq) PC .... (Probably my whole problem??? JUNK/P.O.S. computer?)

 

I HAVE been running the I-Gate system 95% successfully for a couple months now, with only the afore-mentioned Wi-Fi connection failure, reboot/re-connection issues.  My System has now, after another wi-fi connection loss and re-establishment cycle, FAILED to restore normal I-Gate operation, and has reverted back to Digipeater ONLY operation now.   The APRSIS32 screen display now constantly alternates between "TT4A OK", & "APRS-IS Delay" at the top of the video monitor screen image. I CAN get it to Transmit manually, over the RF side, to a distant neighboring I-Gate Station, or digipeater path, by clicking on the Transmit function button in the APRSIS32 software. My station also DOES RECEIVE APRS stations over the air, just fine, according to the software screen displayed callsign lists.

 

ALL issues seem to be with the computer failing to maintain a continuous Wi-Fi connection to my in-home AT&T DSL Router Wi-Fi connection, for more than 48 hours.  All OTHER Wi-Fi devices in the household (approx. 6 other items) are working just FINE, with ZERO connectivity or failure issues.

 

I'm using a USB plugin Linksys WUSB6300N Adapter for Wi-Fi connection between the WIN XP PC and the AT&T DSL Router. (Had previously been using Belkin Wi-Fi Adapters, with exactly the same issue. No improvement or change in symptoms when recently changing from Belkin USB adapter to Linksys USB WI-Fi adapters.)

 

I have already consulted with a local computer guru, & changed the WIN XP PC from dynamic/DHCP, to Static/Assigned IP Address. The thought was that the DSL Router was occasionally re-assigning dynamic IP Addresses to various items in our home, and may have run out of available addresses, or had developed duplicate address conflicts. 

The change from Dynamic/DHCP mode to Static IP operations mode lasted exactly 36 hours before the final failure tonight.  (I've also already confirmed, in the AT&T DSL Router IP Assignments Table, that the IP Addresses listed in the Router DO match the Static IP Address in the WIN XP PC.  No IP Address duplication or mis-match between the two devices.)  I DO have access to the AT&T Router's internal Web Server data, with read/write privileges.

 

I have already gone thru numerous attempts to restore the I-Gate System operations by rebooting the PC, and looking in the APRSIS32 settings & restarting the application,  to see if something got corrupted/changed, but I don't have enough familiarity with all the different APRSIS32 software settings to know what's right or wrong.

 

My I-Gate system is now stuck in Digipeater ONLY mode. (I have confirmed this by verification of my station Beacon & Status/Comment data appearance times,  with the respective RF Path used, on the APRS.FI website "Raw Data" search for my I-Gate station Callsign.)

 

 

I'm pulling out what little hair I have left.   Please HELP!!!!

 

ANY help is appreciated!  THANK YOU!  Any takers?????

 

 

Dave / KL7BX

MSgt, USAF, Retired

 

Monday / 3-30-2020 / 1:00 AM CDT

 

************** ************** ************* ***********

 

 

 


Re: Technical Assist with APRSIS32...........

Dave / KL7BX
 

I don't have a wired Ethernet connection path available for the dedicated APRS I-Gate PC.......That's why I am using the USB Wi-Fi adapter.

 

 

 

From: APRSISCE@groups.io On Behalf Of Noel Shrum
Sent: Monday, March 30, 2020 4:04 PM
To: APRSISCE@groups.io
Subject: Re: [APRSISCE] Need Technical Assistance with APRSIS32 Setup for I-Gate Operations - (2nd Try)

 

I would almost guarantee that the problem is with the wifi hardware in the old computer.

 

Have you tried a wired Ethernet connection? 

 

 

On Mon, Mar 30, 2020, 3:03 PM Dave / KL7BX <bearskinrugmaker@...> wrote:

To ANYONE out there who may be able to help........  This is a rather long-winded request for some DEEP technical assistance with APRSIS32 software setups, so be ready for a long sit-down session, just to read thru it all.  (Sorry for the first attempt with old text included from an earlier io.group message)

 

Approximately 2-3 months ago, I activated a new APRS 2-Way (RF-IS-RF) I-Gate Station (KL7BX-10) on the air, with the help of a couple folks in this group, and some from the Tiny Trak4.io group, as well. THANK YOU ALL for that!!

 

I am a total NEWBIE at using APRSIS32 software, and have been TRYING to learn by reading thru the APRSIS32 Manual, but most of the info in the manual is going over my head, as far as HOW/WHAT needs to be properly setup the APRSIS32 software to do what I THINK I want/need it to do for my I-Gate operation.  I am a licensed Motorola RADIO repair technician by trade, but only have just enough technical knowledge on computers/APRS software to be known as "Dangerous".

 

My situation is probably going to be best handled via direct phone call contact, as I have been battling with the exact same, specific problem, running APRSIS32 for my I-Gate system operation, ever since I initially put my I-Gate system on the air.  I HAD been able to get it back up & running on my own during previous failures, but that was until tonight (Sunday / 3-29-2020).

 

If you feel willing and able to help, please contact me directly via e-mail at the address provided on the QRZ.com website for my Callsign, and I will send you my contact phone number by return e-mail, privately.  OR if you wish, send me YOUR phone number, and I will call YOU, directly. Either method works, for me.

 

Going back & forth via the group will probably take forever, due to my lack of in-depth computer/software knowledge/capabilities.

 

 

Dave / KL7BX

MSgt, US Air Force, Retired

 

 

Problem : Approximately every 36-48 hours of continuous operation on the WIN XP PC, the Wi-Fi adapter connection would be LOST, and it would refuse to re-connect to my in-home ATT DSL Router. NORMALLY I could get it to reconnect after either unplugging/re-plugging the USB adapter, and/or rebooting the PC and restarting APRSIS32 application.  Once wi-fi connection was re-established, everything operated just FINE for I-Gate operations again.  Not anymore.

 

 

My I-Gate Station/System physical setup Background info:

 

Am using COM1 RS232 db9 port of WIN XP PC to Tiny-Trak 4 2-way tracker unit/TNC in KISS mode. TT4 is connected to mono-band 2 Mtr mobile radio used as a base station with 70' HAAT omni antenna. No RADIO or TNC operation issues need troubleshooting. Only the PC / software portion is having issues.

 

Am running APRSIS32 Development version Client (by KJ4ERJ Built JAN 21, 2019), on an old donated Windows XP desktop (HP-Compaq) PC .... (Probably my whole problem??? JUNK/P.O.S. computer?)

 

I HAVE been running the I-Gate system 95% successfully for a couple months now, with only the afore-mentioned Wi-Fi connection failure, reboot/re-connection issues.  My System has now, after another wi-fi connection loss and re-establishment cycle, FAILED to restore normal I-Gate operation, and has reverted back to Digipeater ONLY operation now.   The APRSIS32 screen display now constantly alternates between "TT4A OK", & "APRS-IS Delay" at the top of the video monitor screen image. I CAN get it to Transmit manually, over the RF side, to a distant neighboring I-Gate Station, or digipeater path, by clicking on the Transmit function button in the APRSIS32 software. My station also DOES RECEIVE APRS stations over the air, just fine, according to the software screen displayed callsign lists.

 

ALL issues seem to be with the computer failing to maintain a continuous Wi-Fi connection to my in-home AT&T DSL Router Wi-Fi connection, for more than 48 hours.  All OTHER Wi-Fi devices in the household (approx. 6 other items) are working just FINE, with ZERO connectivity or failure issues.

 

I'm using a USB plugin Linksys WUSB6300N Adapter for Wi-Fi connection between the WIN XP PC and the AT&T DSL Router. (Had previously been using Belkin Wi-Fi Adapters, with exactly the same issue. No improvement or change in symptoms when recently changing from Belkin USB adapter to Linksys USB WI-Fi adapters.)

 

I have already consulted with a local computer guru, & changed the WIN XP PC from dynamic/DHCP, to Static/Assigned IP Address. The thought was that the DSL Router was occasionally re-assigning dynamic IP Addresses to various items in our home, and may have run out of available addresses, or had developed duplicate address conflicts. 

The change from Dynamic/DHCP mode to Static IP operations mode lasted exactly 36 hours before the final failure tonight.  (I've also already confirmed, in the AT&T DSL Router IP Assignments Table, that the IP Addresses listed in the Router DO match the Static IP Address in the WIN XP PC.  No IP Address duplication or mis-match between the two devices.)  I DO have access to the AT&T Router's internal Web Server data, with read/write privileges.

 

I have already gone thru numerous attempts to restore the I-Gate System operations by rebooting the PC, and looking in the APRSIS32 settings & restarting the application,  to see if something got corrupted/changed, but I don't have enough familiarity with all the different APRSIS32 software settings to know what's right or wrong.

 

My I-Gate system is now stuck in Digipeater ONLY mode. (I have confirmed this by verification of my station Beacon & Status/Comment data appearance times,  with the respective RF Path used, on the APRS.FI website "Raw Data" search for my I-Gate station Callsign.)

 

 

I'm pulling out what little hair I have left.   Please HELP!!!!

 

ANY help is appreciated!  THANK YOU!  Any takers?????

 

 

Dave / KL7BX

MSgt, USAF, Retired

 

Monday / 3-30-2020 / 1:00 AM CDT

 

************** ************** ************* ***********

 

 

 


Re: Need Technical Assistance with APRSIS32 Setup for I-Gate Operations - (2nd Try)

Noel Shrum
 

I would almost guarantee that the problem is with the wifi hardware in the old computer.

Have you tried a wired Ethernet connection? 


On Mon, Mar 30, 2020, 3:03 PM Dave / KL7BX <bearskinrugmaker@...> wrote:

To ANYONE out there who may be able to help........  This is a rather long-winded request for some DEEP technical assistance with APRSIS32 software setups, so be ready for a long sit-down session, just to read thru it all.  (Sorry for the first attempt with old text included from an earlier io.group message)

 

Approximately 2-3 months ago, I activated a new APRS 2-Way (RF-IS-RF) I-Gate Station (KL7BX-10) on the air, with the help of a couple folks in this group, and some from the Tiny Trak4.io group, as well. THANK YOU ALL for that!!

 

I am a total NEWBIE at using APRSIS32 software, and have been TRYING to learn by reading thru the APRSIS32 Manual, but most of the info in the manual is going over my head, as far as HOW/WHAT needs to be properly setup the APRSIS32 software to do what I THINK I want/need it to do for my I-Gate operation.  I am a licensed Motorola RADIO repair technician by trade, but only have just enough technical knowledge on computers/APRS software to be known as "Dangerous".

 

My situation is probably going to be best handled via direct phone call contact, as I have been battling with the exact same, specific problem, running APRSIS32 for my I-Gate system operation, ever since I initially put my I-Gate system on the air.  I HAD been able to get it back up & running on my own during previous failures, but that was until tonight (Sunday / 3-29-2020).

 

If you feel willing and able to help, please contact me directly via e-mail at the address provided on the QRZ.com website for my Callsign, and I will send you my contact phone number by return e-mail, privately.  OR if you wish, send me YOUR phone number, and I will call YOU, directly. Either method works, for me.

 

Going back & forth via the group will probably take forever, due to my lack of in-depth computer/software knowledge/capabilities.

 

 

Dave / KL7BX

MSgt, US Air Force, Retired

 

 

Problem : Approximately every 36-48 hours of continuous operation on the WIN XP PC, the Wi-Fi adapter connection would be LOST, and it would refuse to re-connect to my in-home ATT DSL Router. NORMALLY I could get it to reconnect after either unplugging/re-plugging the USB adapter, and/or rebooting the PC and restarting APRSIS32 application.  Once wi-fi connection was re-established, everything operated just FINE for I-Gate operations again.  Not anymore.

 

 

My I-Gate Station/System physical setup Background info:

 

Am using COM1 RS232 db9 port of WIN XP PC to Tiny-Trak 4 2-way tracker unit/TNC in KISS mode. TT4 is connected to mono-band 2 Mtr mobile radio used as a base station with 70' HAAT omni antenna. No RADIO or TNC operation issues need troubleshooting. Only the PC / software portion is having issues.

 

Am running APRSIS32 Development version Client (by KJ4ERJ Built JAN 21, 2019), on an old donated Windows XP desktop (HP-Compaq) PC .... (Probably my whole problem??? JUNK/P.O.S. computer?)

 

I HAVE been running the I-Gate system 95% successfully for a couple months now, with only the afore-mentioned Wi-Fi connection failure, reboot/re-connection issues.  My System has now, after another wi-fi connection loss and re-establishment cycle, FAILED to restore normal I-Gate operation, and has reverted back to Digipeater ONLY operation now.   The APRSIS32 screen display now constantly alternates between "TT4A OK", & "APRS-IS Delay" at the top of the video monitor screen image. I CAN get it to Transmit manually, over the RF side, to a distant neighboring I-Gate Station, or digipeater path, by clicking on the Transmit function button in the APRSIS32 software. My station also DOES RECEIVE APRS stations over the air, just fine, according to the software screen displayed callsign lists.

 

ALL issues seem to be with the computer failing to maintain a continuous Wi-Fi connection to my in-home AT&T DSL Router Wi-Fi connection, for more than 48 hours.  All OTHER Wi-Fi devices in the household (approx. 6 other items) are working just FINE, with ZERO connectivity or failure issues.

 

I'm using a USB plugin Linksys WUSB6300N Adapter for Wi-Fi connection between the WIN XP PC and the AT&T DSL Router. (Had previously been using Belkin Wi-Fi Adapters, with exactly the same issue. No improvement or change in symptoms when recently changing from Belkin USB adapter to Linksys USB WI-Fi adapters.)

 

I have already consulted with a local computer guru, & changed the WIN XP PC from dynamic/DHCP, to Static/Assigned IP Address. The thought was that the DSL Router was occasionally re-assigning dynamic IP Addresses to various items in our home, and may have run out of available addresses, or had developed duplicate address conflicts. 

The change from Dynamic/DHCP mode to Static IP operations mode lasted exactly 36 hours before the final failure tonight.  (I've also already confirmed, in the AT&T DSL Router IP Assignments Table, that the IP Addresses listed in the Router DO match the Static IP Address in the WIN XP PC.  No IP Address duplication or mis-match between the two devices.)  I DO have access to the AT&T Router's internal Web Server data, with read/write privileges.

 

I have already gone thru numerous attempts to restore the I-Gate System operations by rebooting the PC, and looking in the APRSIS32 settings & restarting the application,  to see if something got corrupted/changed, but I don't have enough familiarity with all the different APRSIS32 software settings to know what's right or wrong.

 

My I-Gate system is now stuck in Digipeater ONLY mode. (I have confirmed this by verification of my station Beacon & Status/Comment data appearance times,  with the respective RF Path used, on the APRS.FI website "Raw Data" search for my I-Gate station Callsign.)

 

 

I'm pulling out what little hair I have left.   Please HELP!!!!

 

ANY help is appreciated!  THANK YOU!  Any takers?????

 

 

Dave / KL7BX

MSgt, USAF, Retired

 

Monday / 3-30-2020 / 1:00 AM CDT

 

************** ************** ************* ***********

 

 

 


Need Technical Assistance with APRSIS32 Setup for I-Gate Operations - (2nd Try)

Dave / KL7BX
 

To ANYONE out there who may be able to help........  This is a rather long-winded request for some DEEP technical assistance with APRSIS32 software setups, so be ready for a long sit-down session, just to read thru it all.  (Sorry for the first attempt with old text included from an earlier io.group message)

 

Approximately 2-3 months ago, I activated a new APRS 2-Way (RF-IS-RF) I-Gate Station (KL7BX-10) on the air, with the help of a couple folks in this group, and some from the Tiny Trak4.io group, as well. THANK YOU ALL for that!!

 

I am a total NEWBIE at using APRSIS32 software, and have been TRYING to learn by reading thru the APRSIS32 Manual, but most of the info in the manual is going over my head, as far as HOW/WHAT needs to be properly setup the APRSIS32 software to do what I THINK I want/need it to do for my I-Gate operation.  I am a licensed Motorola RADIO repair technician by trade, but only have just enough technical knowledge on computers/APRS software to be known as "Dangerous".

 

My situation is probably going to be best handled via direct phone call contact, as I have been battling with the exact same, specific problem, running APRSIS32 for my I-Gate system operation, ever since I initially put my I-Gate system on the air.  I HAD been able to get it back up & running on my own during previous failures, but that was until tonight (Sunday / 3-29-2020).

 

If you feel willing and able to help, please contact me directly via e-mail at the address provided on the QRZ.com website for my Callsign, and I will send you my contact phone number by return e-mail, privately.  OR if you wish, send me YOUR phone number, and I will call YOU, directly. Either method works, for me.

 

Going back & forth via the group will probably take forever, due to my lack of in-depth computer/software knowledge/capabilities.

 

 

Dave / KL7BX

MSgt, US Air Force, Retired

 

 

Problem : Approximately every 36-48 hours of continuous operation on the WIN XP PC, the Wi-Fi adapter connection would be LOST, and it would refuse to re-connect to my in-home ATT DSL Router. NORMALLY I could get it to reconnect after either unplugging/re-plugging the USB adapter, and/or rebooting the PC and restarting APRSIS32 application.  Once wi-fi connection was re-established, everything operated just FINE for I-Gate operations again.  Not anymore.

 

 

My I-Gate Station/System physical setup Background info:

 

Am using COM1 RS232 db9 port of WIN XP PC to Tiny-Trak 4 2-way tracker unit/TNC in KISS mode. TT4 is connected to mono-band 2 Mtr mobile radio used as a base station with 70' HAAT omni antenna. No RADIO or TNC operation issues need troubleshooting. Only the PC / software portion is having issues.

 

Am running APRSIS32 Development version Client (by KJ4ERJ Built JAN 21, 2019), on an old donated Windows XP desktop (HP-Compaq) PC .... (Probably my whole problem??? JUNK/P.O.S. computer?)

 

I HAVE been running the I-Gate system 95% successfully for a couple months now, with only the afore-mentioned Wi-Fi connection failure, reboot/re-connection issues.  My System has now, after another wi-fi connection loss and re-establishment cycle, FAILED to restore normal I-Gate operation, and has reverted back to Digipeater ONLY operation now.   The APRSIS32 screen display now constantly alternates between "TT4A OK", & "APRS-IS Delay" at the top of the video monitor screen image. I CAN get it to Transmit manually, over the RF side, to a distant neighboring I-Gate Station, or digipeater path, by clicking on the Transmit function button in the APRSIS32 software. My station also DOES RECEIVE APRS stations over the air, just fine, according to the software screen displayed callsign lists.

 

ALL issues seem to be with the computer failing to maintain a continuous Wi-Fi connection to my in-home AT&T DSL Router Wi-Fi connection, for more than 48 hours.  All OTHER Wi-Fi devices in the household (approx. 6 other items) are working just FINE, with ZERO connectivity or failure issues.

 

I'm using a USB plugin Linksys WUSB6300N Adapter for Wi-Fi connection between the WIN XP PC and the AT&T DSL Router. (Had previously been using Belkin Wi-Fi Adapters, with exactly the same issue. No improvement or change in symptoms when recently changing from Belkin USB adapter to Linksys USB WI-Fi adapters.)

 

I have already consulted with a local computer guru, & changed the WIN XP PC from dynamic/DHCP, to Static/Assigned IP Address. The thought was that the DSL Router was occasionally re-assigning dynamic IP Addresses to various items in our home, and may have run out of available addresses, or had developed duplicate address conflicts. 

The change from Dynamic/DHCP mode to Static IP operations mode lasted exactly 36 hours before the final failure tonight.  (I've also already confirmed, in the AT&T DSL Router IP Assignments Table, that the IP Addresses listed in the Router DO match the Static IP Address in the WIN XP PC.  No IP Address duplication or mis-match between the two devices.)  I DO have access to the AT&T Router's internal Web Server data, with read/write privileges.

 

I have already gone thru numerous attempts to restore the I-Gate System operations by rebooting the PC, and looking in the APRSIS32 settings & restarting the application,  to see if something got corrupted/changed, but I don't have enough familiarity with all the different APRSIS32 software settings to know what's right or wrong.

 

My I-Gate system is now stuck in Digipeater ONLY mode. (I have confirmed this by verification of my station Beacon & Status/Comment data appearance times,  with the respective RF Path used, on the APRS.FI website "Raw Data" search for my I-Gate station Callsign.)

 

 

I'm pulling out what little hair I have left.   Please HELP!!!!

 

ANY help is appreciated!  THANK YOU!  Any takers?????

 

 

Dave / KL7BX

MSgt, USAF, Retired

 

Monday / 3-30-2020 / 1:00 AM CDT

 

************** ************** ************* ***********

 

 

 


HELP!!! Need Assistance Troubleshooting APRSIS32 Setup for I-Gate Operations

Dave / KL7BX
 

To ANYONE out there who may be able to help........  This is a rather long-winded request for some DEEP technical assistance with APRSIS32 software setups, so be ready for a long sit-down session, just to read thru it all.

 

Approximately 2-3 months ago, I activated a new APRS 2-Way (RF-IS-RF) I-Gate Station (KL7BX-10) on the air, with the help of a couple folks in this group, and some from the Tiny Trak4.io group, as well. THANK YOU ALL for that!!

I am a total NEWBIE at using APRSIS32 software, and have been TRYING to learn by reading thru the APRSIS32 Manual, but most of the info in the manual is going over my head, as far as HOW/WHAT needs to be properly setup the APRSIS32 software to do what I THINK I want/need it to do for my I-Gate operation.  I am a licensed Motorola RADIO repair technician by trade, but only have just enough technical knowledge on computers/APRS software to be known as "Dangerous".

 

My situation is probably going to be best handled via direct phone call contact, as I have been battling with the exact same, specific problem, running APRSIS32 for my I-Gate system operation, ever since I initially put my I-Gate system on the air.  I HAD been able to get it back up & running on my own during previous failures, but that was until tonight (Sunday / 3-29-2020).

 

If you feel willing and able to help, please contact me directly via e-mail at the address provided on the QRZ.com website for my Callsign, and I will send you my contact phone number by return e-mail, privately.  OR if you wish, send me YOUR phone number, and I will call YOU, directly. Either method works, for me.

 

Going back & forth via the group will probably take forever, due to my lack of in-depth computer/software knowledge/capabilities.

 

 

Dave / KL7BX

MSgt, US Air Force, Retired

 

 

Problem : Approximately every 36-48 hours of continuous operation on the WIN XP PC, the Wi-Fi adapter connection would be LOST, and it would refuse to re-connect to my in-home ATT DSL Router. NORMALLY I could get it to reconnect after either unplugging/re-plugging the USB adapter, and/or rebooting the PC and restarting APRSIS32 application.  Once wi-fi connection was re-established, everything operated just FINE for I-Gate operations again.  Not anymore.

 

 

I-Gate System Background info:

 

Am using COM1 RS232 db9 port of WIN XP PC to Tiny-Trak 4 2-way tracker unit/TNC in KISS mode. TT4 is connected to mono-band 2 Mtr mobile radio used as a base station with 70' HAAT omni antenna. No RADIO or TNC operation issues need troubleshooting. Only the PC / software portion is having issues.

 

Am running APRSIS32 Development version Client (by KJ4ERJ Built JAN 21, 2019), on an old donated Windows XP desktop (HP-Compaq) PC .... (Probably my whole problem??? JUNK/P.O.S. computer?)

 

I HAVE been running the I-Gate system 95% successfully for a couple months now, with only the afore-mentioned Wi-Fi connection failure, reboot/re-connection issues.  My System has now, after another wi-fi connection loss and re-establishment cycle, FAILED to restore normal I-Gate operation, and has reverted back to Digipeater ONLY operation now.   The APRSIS32 screen display now constantly alternates between "TT4A OK", & "APRS-IS Delay" at the top of the video monitor screen image. I CAN get it to Transmit manually, over the RF side, to a distant neighboring I-Gate Station, or digipeater path, by clicking on the Transmit function button in the APRSIS32 software. My station also DOES RECEIVE APRS stations over the air, just fine, according to the software screen displayed callsign lists.

 

ALL issues seem to be with the computer failing to maintain a continuous Wi-Fi connection to my in-home AT&T DSL Router Wi-Fi connection, for more than 48 hours.  All OTHER Wi-Fi devices in the household (approx. 6 other items) are working just FINE, with ZERO connectivity or failure issues.

 

I'm using a USB plugin Linksys WUSB6300N Adapter for Wi-Fi connection between the WIN XP PC and the AT&T DSL Router. (Had previously been using Belkin Wi-Fi Adapters, with exactly the same issue. No improvement or change in symptoms when recently changing from Belkin USB adapter to Linksys USB WI-Fi adapters.)

 

I have already consulted with a local computer guru, & changed the WIN XP PC from dynamic/DHCP, to Static/Assigned IP Address. The thought was that the DSL Router was occasionally re-assigning dynamic IP Addresses to various items in our home, and may have run out of available addresses, or had developed duplicate address conflicts. 

The change from Dynamic/DHCP mode to Static IP operations mode lasted exactly 36 hours before the final failure tonight.  (I've also already confirmed, in the AT&T DSL Router IP Assignments Table, that the IP Addresses listed in the Router DO match the Static IP Address in the WIN XP PC.  No IP Address duplication or mis-match between the two devices.)  I DO have access to the AT&T Router's internal Web Server data, with read/write privileges.

 

I have already gone thru numerous attempts to restore the I-Gate System operations by rebooting the PC, and looking in the APRSIS32 settings & restarting the application,  to see if something got corrupted/changed, but I don't have enough familiarity with all the different APRSIS32 software settings to know what's right or wrong.

 

My I-Gate system is now stuck in Digipeater ONLY mode. (I have confirmed this by verification of my station Beacon & Status/Comment data appearance times,  with the respective RF Path used, on the APRS.FI website "Raw Data" search for my I-Gate station Callsign.)

 

 

I'm pulling out what little hair I have left.   Please HELP!!!!

 

ANY help is appreciated!  THANK YOU!  Any takers?????

 

 

Dave / KL7BX

MSgt, USAF, Retired

 

Monday / 3-30-2020 / 1:00 AM CDT

 

************** ************** ************* ***********

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

From: APRSISCE@groups.io On Behalf Of Justin Cherington
Sent: Wednesday, March 25, 2020 7:44 PM
To: APRSISCE@groups.io
Subject: [APRSISCE] Fun with filters (Really just some questions)

 

Ok, I have used filters in Direwolf but am trying it in aprsis32 for the first time.  I entered two -b filters for two calls signs that involve pilots just swamping the area almost daily with 30 second beacon rates and WIDE1-1, WIDE2-1 paths.  I entered them in the Configure>General>add filters box.  I wish to ignore these guys and not gate them in either direction.

I then surprisingly got a pop up box (attached) that showed what I entered but also what looks like a 9 mile range filter around my location.  We have mountain top digis here with 80 mile ranges, (I decode them 50+ miles away all day) so I want to make sure I am not neglecting to gate some packets needlessly.  Or does the m/9 filter mean something altogether different?  I did not enter that so I assume it is one of the auto filters.  Thanks!


Development version loses GPS fix: Windows 10 tablet connected to Kenwood D710A with K6VHF GPS receiver via RT systems cable or Blutronium serial to bluetooth adapter, general release version crashes

Anthony Mascola
 

Hi all,
I am having trouble with the newest development version of APRSIS32 losing my GPS fix and plotting my position despite my ability to see it in the Kenwood D710 position display in the control head.  The position in APRSIS32 says "no fix" but my position is correctly displayed on the transceiver POS key and received correctly via other iGates as shown on APRS.fi when I beacon from the transceiver without APRSIS32.  I tested this while moving and the transceiver is correctly updating my position and beaconing it out alright.  The general release version from 2012 seems to work for awhile correctly beaconing and plotting my position also but it crashes unexpectedly if run the program for an extended time.  I upgraded to the development version as there was a previous post below from AE5IB and reply from Lynn suggesting this crashing was a problem with receiving certain packets.  I can't get a position fix with my GPS however with the development version with the same port settings.  Neither version is running stably for me unfortunately.  Has anyone else had issues running the D710A with this GPS over a serial to bluetooth adapter or RT systems USB-K5G serial to USB adapter?  This seems like a separate issue than the one AE5IB ran into that follows that as I migrated to the new version however my APRSIS32 had several instances where it would lose the connection with the blutronium and no amount of deleting the device from bluetooth settings or deleting the port and reconfiguring it would restore it and I would periodically have to delete and reinstall APRSIS32 and set it up from scratch to get it going again and it would work for a week or two and crash again.  I would love to get this running stably so that I could count on it.  Any suggestions?

Transceiver: Kenwood D710A with latest firmware
K6VHF GPS
Blutronium Serial to Bluetooth adapter or RT Systems USB K5G serial to USB adapter
Toshiba Encore WT8A32 Windows 10 tablet

I run the RT Systems serial to USB K5G cable on my laptop Windows 10 PC at my base station at home and the serial to Bluetooth adapter on my Tablet in my Jeep so that I can quickly take the tablet up/down from the mount without a lot of wired connections to prevent theft. 

Either serial cable is connected to the back of the D710 display and terminates either in the USB connector or the bluetooth adapter.

When I use the Blutronium. I can find the correct COM port that is identified as the outgoing COM port in the Bluetooth settings on the Tablet (Windows 10 creates two COM Ports, I have selected the one that is outgoing DEV B).  In the development version the serial port options include a "bluetooth" option and the blutronium appears there.  In the production version I select the outgoing COM port as a serial port and configure it that way.

Thanks,
Anthony KJ6OKV


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Begin forwarded message:

 

From: "AE5IB (Kip)" <kiptonm@...>
Date: March 10, 2020 at 07:17:33 PDT
To: APRSISCE@groups.io
Subject: Re:  [APRSISCE] APRSIS shutting down
Reply-To: APRSISCE@groups.io

 

 

 

I have had problems with my Windows 10 laptop using Winlink. 

 

 

 

Windows likes to shut down things when it thinks they are not used. It was shutting down the USB port to the TNC.

 

 

 

Maybe you have a similar problem. 

 

 

 

Kip

 

 

 

On Tue, Mar 10, 2020, 8:35 AM Lynn Deffenbaugh <kj4erj@...> wrote:

 

What version of APRSIS32 does About show you?  If it is the general release from 2012, there are certain packets that can cause it to crash.  If you upgrade to the latest development version, your mysterious disappearance should quit happening.

 

http://aprsisce.wikidot.com/doc:development-version

 

Lynn (D) - KJ4ERJ - Author of APRSISCE for Windows Mobile and Win32

 

 

 

PS.  Yes, Bob W9BU, I'm considering moving the current development version to general release before diving back in to make more changes.

 

 

 

On 3/10/2020 9:28 AM, Wayne Morris wrote:

 

Windows 10 but I have this program in the startup programs. I have verified that it autostarts when Windows boots. Windows is running but the program has stopped.
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73's, Wayne, AC5V

 

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