Re: Port Problems with JT Alert and Field day logger

Larry Krist - N8CWU

Scott as always, good answer, had the Transmit  > CW N3FJP API option  selected.

Thank You much

Larry  N8CWU

 On 6/23/2020 7:24 AM, Scott Davis via wrote:
Hi Larry,

Thanks for your e-mail.  I'm sorry that you have run into trouble.

To clear the API error, first make sure no other programs, such as AC Log, are running and already using that port.  Then click Settings > Rig Interface and be sure the N3FJP API option is not selected.  Then click Settings > Transmit  > CW and again, make sure the N3FJP API option is not selected.

To clear the JTAlert log verification error, use the Remote Network PC option detailed here:


73, Scott

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-----Original Message-----
From: Larry Krist <larrykrist@...>
To: <>
Sent: Tue, Jun 23, 2020 3:14 am
Subject: [N3FJPSoftwareUsers] Port Problems with JT Alert and Field day logger

I have a computer that will not seem to work with JT Alert and the N3FJP
ARRL Field Day Logger. It gives me the error from N3FJP Field Day Logger
6.3 that says This program's server is already running on port 1100,
please click settings.API to select another port for the client to use
bla bla bla.. IF I click ok on the error message, it logs into the N3FJP
logger, but I get a message from JT Alert saying it cannot be verified
it was logged. I have several computers all setup and networked together
using tcp[that work fine and all are exactly the same setup. This is the
only one giving me problems.  I have tried disabling the virus software
to no avail. Any suggestions would be appreciated.


Larry  N8CWU

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