I hadn't even considered a bad port on the Pi, I did test the cable and
continuity tested good, however I
did try another one just in case, I didn't think there would be a
difference, I had use a different cable before
with the same results. I still think it is some setting somewhere that
is being caused by the odd Comcast
router I seem to have here. But from past experience I am not sure I
want to try to work with the Comcast
technical support. I will just purchase a USB wi-fi of my own, I
probably will want one anyway eventually.
I have started on setting up this Pi and compile Fldigi and it's suite
of code to try a small compact digital
station, I not sure that I can do any better than just a small laptop
could but it will be somewhat fun anyway.
I am one of those few people that don't mind doing trouble shooting on
PC's or rigs, I usually learn a lot more
if it doesn't go so smoothly the first few times.
Thanks for your help here, I may end up getting another Pi sometime
later, and see if that one works on my
cable network, but I won't hold my breath, now that the Pi 3 is out I
may run into a cheap Pi2 if so I will try it .
PS. If you run across something that you think might help let me know
and I can try it out easy enough.
On 05/02/2016 09:30 PM, David Ranch firstname.lastname@example.org