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Re: pi9k6 Winlink Pat ARDOP

Fred Cunha
 

I am so close… Thank You for all your assistance John!

I am using the beta 3-27 version of pilinbpq.

The radio now ‘keys-up' several times while trying to connect using Pat GUI but not with Command Line. It will however only allow one attempt, then I have to reboot to get it to retry it again. 

Pat HTTP:
2019/04/03 20:46:06 Connecting to K6SDR (telnet)...
2019/04/03 20:46:06 Connected to 127.0.0.1:8772 (tcp)
*** Failure with K6FVC-11

Telnet Log:
03/04/2019 20:46:06 1 127.0.0.1 User=K6FVC
03/04/2019 20:46:06 1 127.0.0.1 Password=CMSTelnet$4$k6fvc-11
03/04/2019 20:46:06 1 127.0.0.1 Gateway Connect Call=K6FVC Command=ATT 4 k6fvc-11

Pat GUI screen:



COMMAND LINE:
2019/04/03 20:56:29 Connecting to K6SDR (telnet)...
2019/04/03 20:56:29 Connected to 127.0.0.1:8772 (tcp)
No CMS connection available - using local BPQMail
ALIAS:K6FVC-7} Invalid command - Enter ? for command list
this is where it hangs….

Telnet Log:
03/04/2019 20:56:29 1 127.0.0.1 User=k6fvc
03/04/2019 20:56:29 1 127.0.0.1 Password=CMSTelnet-11
03/04/2019 20:56:29 1 127.0.0.1 Call Accepted Callsign =k6fvc

Command Line hang - AFTER REBOOT Telnet Log:
03/04/2019 21:01:07 1 Disconnected. Bytes Sent = 58 Bytes Received 19


On Apr 3, 2019, at 3:36 PM, Fred Cunha via Groups.Io <fvcjca@...> wrote:

Hmmm... From the last try here are the log entries... Looks like its working but reporting something else???

03/04/2019 13:03:23 1 127.0.0.1 User=k6fvc
03/04/2019 13:03:23 1 127.0.0.1 Password=CMSTelnet-11
03/04/2019 13:03:23 1 127.0.0.1 Call Accepted Callsign =k6fvc
03/04/2019 13:04:28 2 127.0.0.1 User=K6FVC
03/04/2019 13:04:28 2 127.0.0.1 Password=CMSTelnet$4$k6fvc-11
03/04/2019 13:04:28 2 127.0.0.1 Gateway Connect Call=K6FVC Command=ATT 4 k6fvc-11
03/04/2019 13:08:21 1 Disconnected. Bytes Sent = 58 Bytes Received 19
03/04/2019 13:08:22 2 Disconnected. Bytes Sent = 26 Bytes Received 27
03/04/2019 13:09:46 1 127.0.0.1 User=k6fvc
03/04/2019 13:09:46 1 127.0.0.1 Password=CMSTelnet-11
03/04/2019 13:09:46 1 127.0.0.1 Call Accepted Callsign =k6fvc
03/04/2019 13:09:52 1 Disconnected. Bytes Sent = 58 Bytes Received 19

On Wed, Apr 3, 2019 at 2:16 PM John Wiseman <john.wiseman@...> wrote:
Odd,

I copied your command onto my system, just changing the IP address to point
to my pi, and got through to the node and tried to connect.

D:\pat\pat connect telnet://k6fvc:CMSTelnet$4$k6fvc-11@....0.1:8772/wl2k
2019/04/03
21:47:18 Connecting to WL2K (telnet)...
2019/04/03 21:47:18 Connected to 10.8.0.1:8772 (tcp)
POGO4:G8BPQ-9} Failure with K6FVC-11
2019/04/03 21:49:16 Got interrupt, disconnecting...
2019/04/03 21:49:16 Exchange failed: unexpected EOF

Could you send me your Telnet log (Telnet_20190403.log)?

Thanks,
John



________________________________________
From: RaspberryPi-4-HamRadio@groups.io
[mailto:RaspberryPi-4-HamRadio@groups.io] On Behalf Of Fred Cunha
Sent: 03 April 2019 21:08
To: RaspberryPi-4-HamRadio@groups.io
Subject: Re: [RaspberryPi-4-HamRadio] pi9k6 Winlink Pat ARDOP

Using the 032719 Beta Version of pilinbpq


Command Line:
pi@raspberrypi2:~ $ pat connect
telnet://k6fvc:CMSTelnet$4$k6fvc-11@....0.1:8772/wl2k 
2019/04/03 13:03:23 Connecting to WL2K (telnet)...
2019/04/03 13:03:23 Connected to 127.0.0.1:8772 (tcp)
No CMS connection available - using local BPQMail
ALIAS:K6FVC-7} Invalid command - Enter ? for command list


GUI:
2019/04/03 13:04:28 Connecting to WL2K (telnet)...
2019/04/03 13:04:28 Connected to 127.0.0.1:8772 (tcp)
*** Failure with K6FVC-11




On Apr 3, 2019, at 12:18 PM, Fred Cunha via Groups.Io
<fvcjca=gmail.com@groups.io> wrote:

Thank You John. 

both versions same results 


On Apr 3, 2019, at 11:58 AM, Fred Cunha via Groups.Io
<fvcjca=gmail.com@groups.io> wrote:

actually 

2019-03-27 20:08 
3.4M

On Apr 3, 2019, at 11:45 AM, Fred Cunha via Groups.Io
<fvcjca=gmail.com@groups.io> wrote:

2019-01-06 14:39 
3.3M

On Apr 3, 2019, at 8:30 AM, John Wiseman <john.wiseman@...> wrote:

Looks like the $port$call construct isn’t being recognised. What version of
LinBPQ are you running? The PAT gateway feature isn’t in the released
version, only in the beta.

73,
John

________________________________________
From: RaspberryPi-4-HamRadio@groups.io
[mailto:RaspberryPi-4-HamRadio@groups.io] On Behalf Of fvcjca@...
Sent: 03 April 2019 15:48
To: RaspberryPi-4-HamRadio@groups.io
Subject: Re: [RaspberryPi-4-HamRadio] pi9k6 Winlink Pat ARDOP

PROGRESS!

Here's the latest;

pi@raspberrypi2:~ $ pat connect
telnet://k6fvc:CMSTelnet$4$k6fvc-11@....0.1:8772/wl2k 
2019/04/03 07:42:42 Connecting to WL2K (telnet)...
2019/04/03 07:42:42 Connected to 127.0.0.1:8772 (tcp)
No CMS connection available - using local BPQMail
ALIAS:K6FVC-7} Invalid command - Enter ? for command list


My Telnet Section of bpq32.cfg
; ********************PORT 3  TELNET **************************************
;3
PORT
 ID=Telnet Server
 DRIVER=Telnet
 CONFIG
    LOGGING=1
    DisconnectOnClose=0     ;  1 = closes window when you bye
    TCPPORT=8010
    FBBPORT=8011
    HTTPPORT=8080
    LOGINPROMPT=user:
    PASSWORDPROMPT=password:
    MAXSESSIONS=10
    RELAYAPPL=BBS
    CMS=1
    CMSCALL=K6FVC-11       ; CMS Access K6FVC (with SSID if used)
    CMSPASS=password     ; WL2K sysop password
    FALLBACKTORELAY=1    ; will try to get to RMS RELAY if CMS unavaiable
    RELAYHOST=192.168.1.21  ; put the name or ip number of your RMS_RELAY
here
    CTEXT=Welcome to K6FVC Telnet Server\n Enter ? for list of commands\n\n
    USER=k6fvc,password,K6FVC1,,SYSOP
   ; USER=username2,password2,K6FVC2,,
; add as many as you like
ENDPORT














Re: Logging Recorder

Box1600
 

I use the "arecord" program on Linux to do my recording.

The command line I use is:

arecord -f U8 -r 8000 -c 1 -t WAV --max-file-time=900 /home/ka8vit/audio/my-file-name.wav

This continuously records in 8000 Hz, 8-bit, mono (one channel), WAV file and creates a new sequentially numbered file every 15-minutes.

73 - Bill KA8VIT



From: RaspberryPi-4-HamRadio@groups.io <RaspberryPi-4-HamRadio@groups.io> on behalf of Kevin Chudy via Groups.Io <n2jpe@...>
Sent: Wednesday, April 3, 2019 9:35 AM
To: RaspberryPi-4-HamRadio@groups.io; WA7SKG via Groups.Io
Subject: Re: [RaspberryPi-4-HamRadio] Logging Recorder
 
In Linux I've used Rotter:

https://www.aelius.com/njh/rotter/


I like your idea of using a Raspberry Pi so googling it found this thread

https://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/viewtopic.php?t=67543



Re: pi9k6 Winlink Pat ARDOP

Fred Cunha
 

Hmmm... From the last try here are the log entries... Looks like its working but reporting something else???

03/04/2019 13:03:23 1 127.0.0.1 User=k6fvc
03/04/2019 13:03:23 1 127.0.0.1 Password=CMSTelnet-11
03/04/2019 13:03:23 1 127.0.0.1 Call Accepted Callsign =k6fvc
03/04/2019 13:04:28 2 127.0.0.1 User=K6FVC
03/04/2019 13:04:28 2 127.0.0.1 Password=CMSTelnet$4$k6fvc-11
03/04/2019 13:04:28 2 127.0.0.1 Gateway Connect Call=K6FVC Command=ATT 4 k6fvc-11
03/04/2019 13:08:21 1 Disconnected. Bytes Sent = 58 Bytes Received 19
03/04/2019 13:08:22 2 Disconnected. Bytes Sent = 26 Bytes Received 27
03/04/2019 13:09:46 1 127.0.0.1 User=k6fvc
03/04/2019 13:09:46 1 127.0.0.1 Password=CMSTelnet-11
03/04/2019 13:09:46 1 127.0.0.1 Call Accepted Callsign =k6fvc
03/04/2019 13:09:52 1 Disconnected. Bytes Sent = 58 Bytes Received 19

On Wed, Apr 3, 2019 at 2:16 PM John Wiseman <john.wiseman@...> wrote:
Odd,

I copied your command onto my system, just changing the IP address to point
to my pi, and got through to the node and tried to connect.

D:\pat\pat connect telnet://k6fvc:CMSTelnet$4$k6fvc-11@....0.1:8772/wl2k
2019/04/03
21:47:18 Connecting to WL2K (telnet)...
2019/04/03 21:47:18 Connected to 10.8.0.1:8772 (tcp)
POGO4:G8BPQ-9} Failure with K6FVC-11
2019/04/03 21:49:16 Got interrupt, disconnecting...
2019/04/03 21:49:16 Exchange failed: unexpected EOF

Could you send me your Telnet log (Telnet_20190403.log)?

Thanks,
John



________________________________________
From: RaspberryPi-4-HamRadio@groups.io
[mailto:RaspberryPi-4-HamRadio@groups.io] On Behalf Of Fred Cunha
Sent: 03 April 2019 21:08
To: RaspberryPi-4-HamRadio@groups.io
Subject: Re: [RaspberryPi-4-HamRadio] pi9k6 Winlink Pat ARDOP

Using the 032719 Beta Version of pilinbpq


Command Line:
pi@raspberrypi2:~ $ pat connect
telnet://k6fvc:CMSTelnet$4$k6fvc-11@....0.1:8772/wl2k 
2019/04/03 13:03:23 Connecting to WL2K (telnet)...
2019/04/03 13:03:23 Connected to 127.0.0.1:8772 (tcp)
No CMS connection available - using local BPQMail
ALIAS:K6FVC-7} Invalid command - Enter ? for command list


GUI:
2019/04/03 13:04:28 Connecting to WL2K (telnet)...
2019/04/03 13:04:28 Connected to 127.0.0.1:8772 (tcp)
*** Failure with K6FVC-11




On Apr 3, 2019, at 12:18 PM, Fred Cunha via Groups.Io
<fvcjca=gmail.com@groups.io> wrote:

Thank You John. 

both versions same results 


On Apr 3, 2019, at 11:58 AM, Fred Cunha via Groups.Io
<fvcjca=gmail.com@groups.io> wrote:

actually 

2019-03-27 20:08 
3.4M

On Apr 3, 2019, at 11:45 AM, Fred Cunha via Groups.Io
<fvcjca=gmail.com@groups.io> wrote:

2019-01-06 14:39 
3.3M

On Apr 3, 2019, at 8:30 AM, John Wiseman <john.wiseman@...> wrote:

Looks like the $port$call construct isn’t being recognised. What version of
LinBPQ are you running? The PAT gateway feature isn’t in the released
version, only in the beta.

73,
John

________________________________________
From: RaspberryPi-4-HamRadio@groups.io
[mailto:RaspberryPi-4-HamRadio@groups.io] On Behalf Of fvcjca@...
Sent: 03 April 2019 15:48
To: RaspberryPi-4-HamRadio@groups.io
Subject: Re: [RaspberryPi-4-HamRadio] pi9k6 Winlink Pat ARDOP

PROGRESS!

Here's the latest;

pi@raspberrypi2:~ $ pat connect
telnet://k6fvc:CMSTelnet$4$k6fvc-11@....0.1:8772/wl2k 
2019/04/03 07:42:42 Connecting to WL2K (telnet)...
2019/04/03 07:42:42 Connected to 127.0.0.1:8772 (tcp)
No CMS connection available - using local BPQMail
ALIAS:K6FVC-7} Invalid command - Enter ? for command list


My Telnet Section of bpq32.cfg
; ********************PORT 3  TELNET **************************************
;3
PORT
 ID=Telnet Server
 DRIVER=Telnet
 CONFIG
    LOGGING=1
    DisconnectOnClose=0     ;  1 = closes window when you bye
    TCPPORT=8010
    FBBPORT=8011
    HTTPPORT=8080
    LOGINPROMPT=user:
    PASSWORDPROMPT=password:
    MAXSESSIONS=10
    RELAYAPPL=BBS
    CMS=1
    CMSCALL=K6FVC-11       ; CMS Access K6FVC (with SSID if used)
    CMSPASS=password     ; WL2K sysop password
    FALLBACKTORELAY=1    ; will try to get to RMS RELAY if CMS unavaiable
    RELAYHOST=192.168.1.21  ; put the name or ip number of your RMS_RELAY
here
    CTEXT=Welcome to K6FVC Telnet Server\n Enter ? for list of commands\n\n
    USER=k6fvc,password,K6FVC1,,SYSOP
   ; USER=username2,password2,K6FVC2,,
; add as many as you like
ENDPORT













Re: Raspberry Pi 3 + TNC-Pi Troubleshooting

sendtoinbox@...
 

Absolute legend John Wiseman - I cannot thank you enough. How did I overlook that?

TX and RX's fine now - phew.

Now on to getting an operable station on the air! Thank you


Re: pi9k6 Winlink Pat ARDOP

John Wiseman
 

Odd,

I copied your command onto my system, just changing the IP address to point
to my pi, and got through to the node and tried to connect.

D:\pat\pat connect telnet://k6fvc:CMSTelnet$4$k6fvc-11@....0.1:8772/wl2k
2019/04/03 21:47:18 Connecting to WL2K (telnet)...
2019/04/03 21:47:18 Connected to 10.8.0.1:8772 (tcp)
POGO4:G8BPQ-9} Failure with K6FVC-11
2019/04/03 21:49:16 Got interrupt, disconnecting...
2019/04/03 21:49:16 Exchange failed: unexpected EOF

Could you send me your Telnet log (Telnet_20190403.log)?

Thanks,
John



________________________________________
From: RaspberryPi-4-HamRadio@groups.io
[mailto:RaspberryPi-4-HamRadio@groups.io] On Behalf Of Fred Cunha
Sent: 03 April 2019 21:08
To: RaspberryPi-4-HamRadio@groups.io
Subject: Re: [RaspberryPi-4-HamRadio] pi9k6 Winlink Pat ARDOP

Using the 032719 Beta Version of pilinbpq


Command Line:
pi@raspberrypi2:~ $ pat connect
telnet://k6fvc:CMSTelnet$4$k6fvc-11@....0.1:8772/wl2k 
2019/04/03 13:03:23 Connecting to WL2K (telnet)...
2019/04/03 13:03:23 Connected to 127.0.0.1:8772 (tcp)
No CMS connection available - using local BPQMail
ALIAS:K6FVC-7} Invalid command - Enter ? for command list


GUI:
2019/04/03 13:04:28 Connecting to WL2K (telnet)...
2019/04/03 13:04:28 Connected to 127.0.0.1:8772 (tcp)
*** Failure with K6FVC-11

On Apr 3, 2019, at 12:18 PM, Fred Cunha via Groups.Io
<fvcjca=gmail.com@groups.io> wrote:

Thank You John. 

both versions same results 


On Apr 3, 2019, at 11:58 AM, Fred Cunha via Groups.Io
<fvcjca=gmail.com@groups.io> wrote:

actually 

2019-03-27 20:08 
3.4M

On Apr 3, 2019, at 11:45 AM, Fred Cunha via Groups.Io
<fvcjca=gmail.com@groups.io> wrote:

2019-01-06 14:39 
3.3M

On Apr 3, 2019, at 8:30 AM, John Wiseman <john.wiseman@...> wrote:

Looks like the $port$call construct isn’t being recognised. What version of
LinBPQ are you running? The PAT gateway feature isn’t in the released
version, only in the beta.

73,
John

________________________________________
From: RaspberryPi-4-HamRadio@groups.io
[mailto:RaspberryPi-4-HamRadio@groups.io] On Behalf Of fvcjca@...
Sent: 03 April 2019 15:48
To: RaspberryPi-4-HamRadio@groups.io
Subject: Re: [RaspberryPi-4-HamRadio] pi9k6 Winlink Pat ARDOP

PROGRESS!

Here's the latest;

pi@raspberrypi2:~ $ pat connect
telnet://k6fvc:CMSTelnet$4$k6fvc-11@....0.1:8772/wl2k 
2019/04/03 07:42:42 Connecting to WL2K (telnet)...
2019/04/03 07:42:42 Connected to 127.0.0.1:8772 (tcp)
No CMS connection available - using local BPQMail
ALIAS:K6FVC-7} Invalid command - Enter ? for command list


My Telnet Section of bpq32.cfg
; ********************PORT 3  TELNET **************************************
;3
PORT
 ID=Telnet Server
 DRIVER=Telnet
 CONFIG
    LOGGING=1
    DisconnectOnClose=0     ;  1 = closes window when you bye
    TCPPORT=8010
    FBBPORT=8011
    HTTPPORT=8080
    LOGINPROMPT=user:
    PASSWORDPROMPT=password:
    MAXSESSIONS=10
    RELAYAPPL=BBS
    CMS=1
    CMSCALL=K6FVC-11       ; CMS Access K6FVC (with SSID if used)
    CMSPASS=password     ; WL2K sysop password
    FALLBACKTORELAY=1    ; will try to get to RMS RELAY if CMS unavaiable
    RELAYHOST=192.168.1.21  ; put the name or ip number of your RMS_RELAY
here
    CTEXT=Welcome to K6FVC Telnet Server\n Enter ? for list of commands\n\n
    USER=k6fvc,password,K6FVC1,,SYSOP
   ; USER=username2,password2,K6FVC2,,
; add as many as you like
ENDPORT


Re: pi9k6 Winlink Pat ARDOP

Fred Cunha
 

Using the 032719 Beta Version of pilinbpq


Command Line:
2019/04/03 13:03:23 Connecting to WL2K (telnet)...
2019/04/03 13:03:23 Connected to 127.0.0.1:8772 (tcp)
No CMS connection available - using local BPQMail
ALIAS:K6FVC-7} Invalid command - Enter ? for command list


GUI:
2019/04/03 13:04:28 Connecting to WL2K (telnet)...
2019/04/03 13:04:28 Connected to 127.0.0.1:8772 (tcp)
*** Failure with K6FVC-11



On Apr 3, 2019, at 12:18 PM, Fred Cunha via Groups.Io <fvcjca@...> wrote:

Thank You John. 

both versions same results 

On Apr 3, 2019, at 11:58 AM, Fred Cunha via Groups.Io <fvcjca@...> wrote:

actually 

2019-03-27 20:08 3.4M

On Apr 3, 2019, at 11:45 AM, Fred Cunha via Groups.Io <fvcjca@...> wrote:

2019-01-06 14:39 3.3M

On Apr 3, 2019, at 8:30 AM, John Wiseman <john.wiseman@...> wrote:

Looks like the $port$call construct isn’t being recognised. What version of
LinBPQ are you running? The PAT gateway feature isn’t in the released
version, only in the beta.

73,
John

________________________________________
From: RaspberryPi-4-HamRadio@groups.io
[mailto:RaspberryPi-4-HamRadio@groups.io] On Behalf Of fvcjca@...
Sent: 03 April 2019 15:48
To: RaspberryPi-4-HamRadio@groups.io
Subject: Re: [RaspberryPi-4-HamRadio] pi9k6 Winlink Pat ARDOP

PROGRESS!

Here's the latest;

pi@raspberrypi2:~ $ pat connect
telnet://k6fvc:CMSTelnet$4$k6fvc-11@....0.1:8772/wl2k 
2019/04/03 07:42:42 Connecting to WL2K (telnet)...
2019/04/03 07:42:42 Connected to 127.0.0.1:8772 (tcp)
No CMS connection available - using local BPQMail
ALIAS:K6FVC-7} Invalid command - Enter ? for command list


My Telnet Section of bpq32.cfg
; ********************PORT 3  TELNET **************************************
;3
PORT
 ID=Telnet Server
 DRIVER=Telnet
 CONFIG
    LOGGING=1
    DisconnectOnClose=0     ;  1 = closes window when you bye
    TCPPORT=8010
    FBBPORT=8011
    HTTPPORT=8080
    LOGINPROMPT=user:
    PASSWORDPROMPT=password:
    MAXSESSIONS=10
    RELAYAPPL=BBS
    CMS=1
    CMSCALL=K6FVC-11       ; CMS Access K6FVC (with SSID if used)
    CMSPASS=password     ; WL2K sysop password
    FALLBACKTORELAY=1    ; will try to get to RMS RELAY if CMS unavaiable
    RELAYHOST=192.168.1.21  ; put the name or ip number of your RMS_RELAY
here
    CTEXT=Welcome to K6FVC Telnet Server\n Enter ? for list of commands\n\n
    USER=k6fvc,password,K6FVC1,,SYSOP
   ; USER=username2,password2,K6FVC2,,
; add as many as you like
ENDPORT










Re: pi9k6 Winlink Pat ARDOP

Fred Cunha
 
Edited

Thank You John. 
 
both versions same results 

On Apr 3, 2019, at 11:58 AM, Fred Cunha via Groups.Io <fvcjca@...> wrote:
actually 

2019-03-27 20:08  3.4M
 
On Apr 3, 2019, at 11:45 AM, Fred Cunha via Groups.Io <fvcjca@...> wrote:
2019-01-06 14:39  3.3M
 
On Apr 3, 2019, at 8:30 AM, John Wiseman <john.wiseman@...> wrote:
Looks like the $port$call construct isn’t being recognised. What version of
LinBPQ are you running? The PAT gateway feature isn’t in the released
version, only in the beta.

73,
John

________________________________________
From: RaspberryPi-4-HamRadio@groups.io
[mailto:RaspberryPi-4-HamRadio@groups.io] On Behalf Of fvcjca@...
Sent: 03 April 2019 15:48
To: RaspberryPi-4-HamRadio@groups.io
Subject: Re: [RaspberryPi-4-HamRadio] pi9k6 Winlink Pat ARDOP

PROGRESS!

Here's the latest;

pi@raspberrypi2:~ $ pat connect
telnet://k6fvc:CMSTelnet$4$k6fvc-11@....0.1:8772/wl2k 
2019/04/03 07:42:42 Connecting to WL2K (telnet)...
2019/04/03 07:42:42 Connected to 127.0.0.1:8772 (tcp)
No CMS connection available - using local BPQMail
ALIAS:K6FVC-7} Invalid command - Enter ? for command list


My Telnet Section of bpq32.cfg
; ********************PORT 3  TELNET **************************************
;3
PORT
 ID=Telnet Server
 DRIVER=Telnet
 CONFIG
    LOGGING=1
    DisconnectOnClose=0     ;  1 = closes window when you bye
    TCPPORT=8010
    FBBPORT=8011
    HTTPPORT=8080
    LOGINPROMPT=user:
    PASSWORDPROMPT=password:
    MAXSESSIONS=10
    RELAYAPPL=BBS
    CMS=1
    CMSCALL=K6FVC-11       ; CMS Access K6FVC (with SSID if used)
    CMSPASS=     ; WL2K sysop password
    FALLBACKTORELAY=1    ; will try to get to RMS RELAY if CMS unavaiable
    RELAYHOST=192.168.1.21  ; put the name or ip number of your RMS_RELAY
here
    CTEXT=Welcome to K6FVC Telnet Server\n Enter ? for list of commands\n\n
    USER=k6fvc,password,K6FVC1,,SYSOP
   ; USER=username2,password2,K6FVC2,,
; add as many as you like
ENDPORT






Re: pi9k6 Winlink Pat ARDOP

Fred Cunha
 
Edited

actually 

2019-03-27 20:08  3.4M
 

On Apr 3, 2019, at 11:45 AM, Fred Cunha via Groups.Io <fvcjca@...> wrote:
2019-01-06 14:39  3.3M
 
On Apr 3, 2019, at 8:30 AM, John Wiseman <john.wiseman@...> wrote:
Looks like the $port$call construct isn’t being recognised. What version of
LinBPQ are you running? The PAT gateway feature isn’t in the released
version, only in the beta.

73,
John

________________________________________
From: RaspberryPi-4-HamRadio@groups.io
[mailto:RaspberryPi-4-HamRadio@groups.io] On Behalf Of fvcjca@...
Sent: 03 April 2019 15:48
To: RaspberryPi-4-HamRadio@groups.io
Subject: Re: [RaspberryPi-4-HamRadio] pi9k6 Winlink Pat ARDOP

PROGRESS!

Here's the latest;

pi@raspberrypi2:~ $ pat connect
telnet://k6fvc:CMSTelnet$4$k6fvc-11@....0.1:8772/wl2k 
2019/04/03 07:42:42 Connecting to WL2K (telnet)...
2019/04/03 07:42:42 Connected to 127.0.0.1:8772 (tcp)
No CMS connection available - using local BPQMail
ALIAS:K6FVC-7} Invalid command - Enter ? for command list


My Telnet Section of bpq32.cfg
; ********************PORT 3  TELNET **************************************
;3
PORT
 ID=Telnet Server
 DRIVER=Telnet
 CONFIG
    LOGGING=1
    DisconnectOnClose=0     ;  1 = closes window when you bye
    TCPPORT=8010
    FBBPORT=8011
    HTTPPORT=8080
    LOGINPROMPT=user:
    PASSWORDPROMPT=password:
    MAXSESSIONS=10
    RELAYAPPL=BBS
    CMS=1
    CMSCALL=K6FVC-11       ; CMS Access K6FVC (with SSID if used)
    CMSPASS=     ; WL2K sysop password
    FALLBACKTORELAY=1    ; will try to get to RMS RELAY if CMS unavaiable
    RELAYHOST=192.168.1.21  ; put the name or ip number of your RMS_RELAY
here
    CTEXT=Welcome to K6FVC Telnet Server\n Enter ? for list of commands\n\n
    USER=k6fvc,password,K6FVC1,,SYSOP
   ; USER=username2,password2,K6FVC2,,
; add as many as you like
ENDPORT






Re: pi9k6 Winlink Pat ARDOP

Fred Cunha
 
Edited

2019-01-06 14:39  3.3M
 

On Apr 3, 2019, at 8:30 AM, John Wiseman <john.wiseman@...> wrote:
Looks like the $port$call construct isn’t being recognised. What version of
LinBPQ are you running? The PAT gateway feature isn’t in the released
version, only in the beta.

73,
John

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Subject: Re: [RaspberryPi-4-HamRadio] pi9k6 Winlink Pat ARDOP

PROGRESS!

Here's the latest;

pi@raspberrypi2:~ $ pat connect
telnet://k6fvc:CMSTelnet$4$k6fvc-11@....0.1:8772/wl2k 
2019/04/03 07:42:42 Connecting to WL2K (telnet)...
2019/04/03 07:42:42 Connected to 127.0.0.1:8772 (tcp)
No CMS connection available - using local BPQMail
ALIAS:K6FVC-7} Invalid command - Enter ? for command list


My Telnet Section of bpq32.cfg
; ********************PORT 3  TELNET **************************************
;3
PORT
 ID=Telnet Server
 DRIVER=Telnet
 CONFIG
    LOGGING=1
    DisconnectOnClose=0     ;  1 = closes window when you bye
    TCPPORT=8010
    FBBPORT=8011
    HTTPPORT=8080
    LOGINPROMPT=user:
    PASSWORDPROMPT=password:
    MAXSESSIONS=10
    RELAYAPPL=BBS
    CMS=1
    CMSCALL=K6FVC-11       ; CMS Access K6FVC (with SSID if used)
    CMSPASS=    ; WL2K sysop password
    FALLBACKTORELAY=1    ; will try to get to RMS RELAY if CMS unavaiable
    RELAYHOST=192.168.1.21  ; put the name or ip number of your RMS_RELAY
here
    CTEXT=Welcome to K6FVC Telnet Server\n Enter ? for list of commands\n\n
    USER=k6fvc,password,K6FVC1,,SYSOP
   ; USER=username2,password2,K6FVC2,,
; add as many as you like
ENDPORT






Re: Raspberry Pi 3 + TNC-Pi Troubleshooting

John Wiseman
 

If the yellow led is blinking fairly rapidly and steadily it probably means
you have the txdelay pot turned fully counterclockwise. This is the way to
reset the tnc to the default configuration. Turn the pot away from zero and
the tnc should start.

Once the TNC is running the yellow led should blink briefly and randomly in
response to noise input. If it sees a valid packet the led will come on for
the duration of the packet.

73,
John G8BPQ


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Subject: Re: [RaspberryPi-4-HamRadio] Raspberry Pi 3 + TNC-Pi
Troubleshooting

make sure you have the LED polarity correct

The red LED does not blink on startup. However I have shorted the U3 pins 14
and 6 together and the LED illuminates and the radio Transmits. There is no
problem with the polarity

The yellow LED simply blinks at approx one blink per second whether the pi
is booted or not - strange, thought it'd do more than that


Re: Raspberry Pi 3 + TNC-Pi Troubleshooting

 

Make sure the TXDELAY potentiometer is adjusted someplace other than all the way off.  The TNC-PI uses the TXDELAY potentiometer as a “RESET MY NVRAM” command if it is turned all the way to the left.  If the TNC-PI sees the pot all the way over left, it will restart over and over again.  

Tadd / KA2DEW
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On Apr 3, 2019, at 12:54 PM, sendtoinbox via Groups.Io <sendtoinbox@...> wrote:

make sure you have the LED polarity correct
The red LED does not blink on startup. However I have shorted the U3 pins 14 and 6 together and the LED illuminates and the radio Transmits. There is no problem with the polarity

The yellow LED simply blinks at approx one blink per second whether the pi is booted or not - strange, thought it'd do more than that


Re: Raspberry Pi 3 + TNC-Pi Troubleshooting

sendtoinbox@...
 

make sure you have the LED polarity correct
The red LED does not blink on startup. However I have shorted the U3 pins 14 and 6 together and the LED illuminates and the radio Transmits. There is no problem with the polarity

The yellow LED simply blinks at approx one blink per second whether the pi is booted or not - strange, thought it'd do more than that


Re: Raspberry Pi 3 + TNC-Pi Troubleshooting

Willem Schreuder
 

On Wed, 3 Apr 2019, sendtoinbox via Groups.Io wrote:

I never have the red LED illuminate
Do the LEDs blink when you power on the device? If not, make sure you have the LED polarity correct. (Sounds like a really stupid think to do, but I have done it.) If it does blink on startup, you can trust the red LED to indicate when it is trying to trnasmit.

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Raspberry Pi 3 + TNC-Pi Troubleshooting

sendtoinbox@...
 

Hello all,

Recently purchased the TNC-Pi from John Hansen and have soldered it all up, flashed the SD card and followed the PDF at https://www.tnc-x.com/TNCPi.pdf to the letter. Fabricated cable for Baofeng as per TNC-X website.
However, the radio never seems to Tx up and the TNC seems unresponsive except for the yellow DCD LED flashing. I never have the red LED illuminate or decode any APRS when running xastir
 
I have 'buzzed' out every connection between component legs to ensure my solder joints are good. Also ensuring continuity from the Pi to the TNC-Pi. I have 5v on the 5v rail and 3.3v at pin 14 of U3.
If I short pins 14 and 6 on U3 the radio TX's - proving the 'output' is fine (transistor etc)
 
Does anyone know voltages I can check to ensure all is good on the hardware side of things?
 
If I run 
/pitnc_getparams /dev/serial0 0 
I simply get 'retrying' - even after appending 
dtoverlay-pi3-miniuart-bt
in the config.txt file
 

I've been pulling my hair out over this for quite a few days now.

What am I doing wrong? John suggested to borrow a known working TNC-Pi to ensure my SD card configuration is not at fault and that it is hardware.
I live in West Sussex, UK and work in London so would be able to meet anyone willing to help.
 
Your help is much appreciated - even if it is simply pointing to resources. 
 


Re: pi9k6 Winlink Pat ARDOP

John Wiseman
 

Looks like the $port$call construct isn’t being recognised. What version of
LinBPQ are you running? The PAT gateway feature isn’t in the released
version, only in the beta.

73,
John

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[mailto:RaspberryPi-4-HamRadio@groups.io] On Behalf Of fvcjca@...
Sent: 03 April 2019 15:48
To: RaspberryPi-4-HamRadio@groups.io
Subject: Re: [RaspberryPi-4-HamRadio] pi9k6 Winlink Pat ARDOP

PROGRESS!

Here's the latest;

pi@raspberrypi2:~ $ pat connect
telnet://k6fvc:CMSTelnet$4$k6fvc-11@....0.1:8772/wl2k 
2019/04/03 07:42:42 Connecting to WL2K (telnet)...
2019/04/03 07:42:42 Connected to 127.0.0.1:8772 (tcp)
No CMS connection available - using local BPQMail
ALIAS:K6FVC-7} Invalid command - Enter ? for command list


My Telnet Section of bpq32.cfg
; ********************PORT 3  TELNET **************************************
;3
PORT
 ID=Telnet Server
 DRIVER=Telnet
 CONFIG
    LOGGING=1
    DisconnectOnClose=0     ;  1 = closes window when you bye
    TCPPORT=8010
    FBBPORT=8011
    HTTPPORT=8080
    LOGINPROMPT=user:
    PASSWORDPROMPT=password:
    MAXSESSIONS=10
    RELAYAPPL=BBS
    CMS=1
    CMSCALL=K6FVC-11       ; CMS Access K6FVC (with SSID if used)
    CMSPASS=iamn0wham      ; WL2K sysop password
    FALLBACKTORELAY=1    ; will try to get to RMS RELAY if CMS unavaiable
    RELAYHOST=192.168.1.21  ; put the name or ip number of your RMS_RELAY
here
    CTEXT=Welcome to K6FVC Telnet Server\n Enter ? for list of commands\n\n
    USER=k6fvc,password,K6FVC1,,SYSOP
   ; USER=username2,password2,K6FVC2,,
; add as many as you like
ENDPORT


Re: Logging Recorder

David Ranch <dranch@...>
 


Another option, if you're looking to record audio from radios, is Svxlink and it's QsoRecorder feature.  I use it here with great success:

   http://www.svxlink.org/

Yes, it's real focus is to be a fullblown repeater controller in Linux (even with built-in Echolink support) but you can simply NOT configure any of that and just configure a couple [Rx] stanzas and QsoRecorder and it will do the rest.  As for an easy to use playback program with say timestamps and auto-stitching of the various audio files into a seamless UI, I can't help you there.  I would search around the Internet with phrases like "Linux audio surveillance" and there might be some programs that offer that.

--David
KI6ZHD



On 04/02/2019 08:45 PM, WA7SKG via Groups.Io wrote:
I am in need of a logging recorder for mobile/portable operation. I would like to do this with a RaspberryPi. Ideally, I would like to record two or three audio channels, but, at a minimum, I need one. I would need to retrieve audio fairly quickly, preferably without stopping the logging process. The logs can be in segments, i.e. a separate file for every hour or half hour. Longer periods would be acceptable, if there were some means to rapidly locate audio at a particular time. As there may be periods of silence, segments triggered by the presence of audio would be fine as well. For instance, the audio path is monitored but nothing recorded. Once audio is detected, a recording would start and continue until a specified period of silence. I envision using small USB sound dongles for the audio inputs.

This would be useful for contests, public service events, training nets, etc.

Any ideas on software and hardware would be appreciated. For instance, I'm not sure what storage media would be best for this. For now, I envision sessions rarely lasting more than 24 hours, although up to 72 hours could be a possibility. After the event, files may be archived or deleted as required to an external system. Audio only needs to be intelligible, not stereo or ultra-high fidelity.

tnx es 73,
Michael WA7SKG


Re: pi9k6 Winlink Pat ARDOP

Fred Cunha
 
Edited

PROGRESS!

Here's the latest;

pi@raspberrypi2:~ $ pat connect telnet://k6fvc:CMSTelnet$4$k6fvc-11@....0.1:8772/wl2k 
2019/04/03 07:42:42 Connecting to WL2K (telnet)...
2019/04/03 07:42:42 Connected to 127.0.0.1:8772 (tcp)
No CMS connection available - using local BPQMail
ALIAS:K6FVC-7} Invalid command - Enter ? for command list


My Telnet Section of bpq32.cfg
; ********************PORT 3  TELNET **************************************
;3
PORT
 ID=Telnet Server
 DRIVER=Telnet
 CONFIG
    LOGGING=1
    DisconnectOnClose=0     ;  1 = closes window when you bye
    TCPPORT=8010
    FBBPORT=8011
    HTTPPORT=8080
    LOGINPROMPT=user:
    PASSWORDPROMPT=password:
    MAXSESSIONS=10
    RELAYAPPL=BBS
    CMS=1
    CMSCALL=K6FVC-11       ; CMS Access K6FVC (with SSID if used)
    CMSPASS=password      ; WL2K sysop password
    FALLBACKTORELAY=1    ; will try to get to RMS RELAY if CMS unavaiable
    RELAYHOST=192.168.1.21  ; put the name or ip number of your RMS_RELAY here
    CTEXT=Welcome to K6FVC Telnet Server\n Enter ? for list of commands\n\n
    USER=k6fvc,password,K6FVC1,,SYSOP
   ; USER=username2,password2,K6FVC2,,
; add as many as you like
ENDPORT


Re: Logging Recorder

Kevin Chudy <n2jpe@...>
 

In Linux I've used Rotter:

https://www.aelius.com/njh/rotter/


I like your idea of using a Raspberry Pi so googling it found this thread

https://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/viewtopic.php?t=67543







On April 2, 2019 11:45:57 PM EDT, "WA7SKG via Groups.Io" <wa7skg@...> wrote:
I am in need of a logging recorder for mobile/portable operation. I 
would like to do this with a RaspberryPi. Ideally, I would like to
record two or three audio channels, but, at a minimum, I need one. I
would need to retrieve audio fairly quickly, preferably without stopping
the logging process. The logs can be in segments, i.e. a separate file
for every hour or half hour. Longer periods would be acceptable, if
there were some means to rapidly locate audio at a particular time. As
there may be periods of silence, segments triggered by the presence of
audio would be fine as well. For instance, the audio path is monitored
but nothing recorded. Once audio is detected, a recording would start
and continue until a specified period of silence. I envision using small
USB sound dongles for the audio inputs.

This would be useful for contests, public service events, training nets,
etc.

Any ideas on software and hardware would be appreciated. For instance,
I'm not sure what storage media would be best for this. For now, I
envision sessions rarely lasting more than 24 hours, although up to 72
hours could be a possibility. After the event, files may be archived or
deleted as required to an external system. Audio only needs to be
intelligible, not stereo or ultra-high fidelity.

tnx es 73,
Michael WA7SKG
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Re: pi9k6 Winlink Pat ARDOP

John Wiseman
 

Sorry, I’ve just had a closer look at your BPQ32.cfg. You need RELAYAPPL=BBS
to tell linbpq to listen on port 8772. That is why you get connection
refused.

On the command line you need

pat connect telnet://k6fvc:CMSTelnet$4$k6fvc-10@....0.1:8772/wl2k

73, John

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To: RaspberryPi-4-HamRadio@groups.io
Subject: Re: [RaspberryPi-4-HamRadio] pi9k6 Winlink Pat ARDOP

Thank You John for your help... I have tried both the gui and command line.
Also, I am on the pi platform. 

When using the gui, I get:
2019/04/03 05:23:57 Connecting to WL2K (telnet)...
2019/04/03 05:23:57 Unable to establish connection to remote: dial tcp
127.0.0.1:8772: connect: connection refused

When I use the command line I get:
pi@raspberrypi2:~ $ pat connect
//k6fvc:CMSTelnet$4$k6fvc-10@....0.1:8772/wl2k2019/04/03 05:22:43
Connecting to WL2K ()...
2019/04/03 05:22:43 Unable to establish connection to remote: No dialer has
been registered for this scheme


Re: pi9k6 Winlink Pat ARDOP

Fred Cunha
 

Thank You John for your help... I have tried both the gui and command line. Also, I am on the pi platform. 

When using the gui, I get:
2019/04/03 05:23:57 Connecting to WL2K (telnet)...
2019/04/03 05:23:57 Unable to establish connection to remote: dial tcp 127.0.0.1:8772: connect: connection refused

When I use the command line I get:
pi@raspberrypi2:~ $ pat connect //k6fvc:CMSTelnet$4$k6fvc-10@....0.1:8772/wl2k2019/04/03 05:22:43 Connecting to WL2K ()...
2019/04/03 05:22:43 Unable to establish connection to remote: No dialer has been registered for this scheme