Correction .. needs to have CAT serial ports
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On 7/17/2019 9:49 AM, Al K0VM wrote:
?? One think I have noticed, it that for multi radio & flex,
the commander MultiRadio setup screen still needs to have com
ports specified for each radio even though they are not used..
On 7/17/2019 7:30 AM, Henry Boze
Yes, I can control each radio by itself when I
select the Flex model and then fill in the radios
serial??number in "Radio Selection" field under the "General"
tab. Controlling one radio at a time works fine.
On Tue, Jul 16, 2019 at 9:49
PM Dave AA6YQ <aa6yq@...
+ AA6YQ comments below
I'm just getting started with DXLab and am in the process of
configuring "Commander" to communicate with my Flex 6600M
and 6400 radios. I'm trying to create the ability to switch
between the two using the "MultiRadio" tab in the
"Commander" config section. I'm on an internal IP network,
not using any CAT or Serial control ports. Under the
"Control" section of the setup, I selected SDR-6600 as Radio
#1, checked "Interrogate", gave it an "Interval" of 200 and
gave it a "Name". Under "Radio #2, I selected SDR-6400 and
repeated the above selections for it.?? When I went to check
the "Enable" box, I was unable to do so. The boxes stayed
unchecked. There is no option on the "Commander" main screen
to select the different radios, which I assume if it were
"Enabled" would be. I can only control the Flex 6600, which
was selected on the "General" Tab under Radio Selection,
which I filled in with the radios Serial Number and IP
Address. Another DXLab user told me that I should have been
able to check the "Enable" boxes in the Control window of
the "MultiRadio" config, but I cannot. I also tried to fill
in the "Select" windows of each radio, where it asks for
each radios "Serial Number, IP Address and IP Port, but that
did not work either. In reading the "Help" files concerning
those particular tabs, it appears they don't have to be
filled in using the radios that I am using, only the Flex
6300, 6500 and 6700 series of radios. What am I missing?
Thanks in advance for any help you can give me!
+ Before attempting to configure Commander to control one of
several Primary Transceivers using the Configuration
window's MultiRadio tab, you should first configure the
General tab of Commander's Configuration window to
successively control each of your Primary Flex Transceivers;
the only difference should be the Model selector setting and
the "Serial Number" in the "Radio Selection" panel. Is
Commander able to control each of your transceivers if you
manually set these to the correct value?
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?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ??Dave, AA6YQ