Re: Testing TNC-pi


John G8BPQ
 

Bob,

I’m not familiar with aprx, but generally you have to run i2ckiss to present
the TNC as a kiss interface to the application, either directly or via
kissattach if you are using the Kernel ax.25 software. I’d leave one TNC on
serial so you can leave that setting as it is, and tell the application to
use either the virtual kiss port or the ax.25 device created by i2ckiss.

73,
John


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Subject: RE: [Raspberry_Pi_4-Ham_RADIO] Re: Testing TNC-pi

 
Hi John,

Thanks for the info.  This worked like a charm.  I was able to change the
address to 3.

If I setup two TNC-pi's, how do I tell APRX to address each one with APRX? 

Thanks

boB
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