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Re: ?how to open a closed socket?

Jim Cox
 

Try another DX Cluster...
 

From: Tim Richardson
Sent: Tuesday, February 4, 2020 7:25 PM
To: hamlogger@groups.io
Subject: Re: [hamlogger] ?how to open a closed socket?
 

Have you tried a socket wrench?

Tim WS4V

On February 4, 2020 at 10:06 AM David Perry mailto:bumbledp@... wrote:

Last week I had telnet / GB7AA dx cluster working fine. Turn machine off. leave for weekend. Turn machine on, not working fine.

The problem seems to be that the telnet socket is closed. I have gone into computer control panel / progs and features / telnet server and telnet client. I have turned them both on and rebooted.

Still at the bottom of Logger32 the system says "telnet socket closed".

What else can I do?
David g4yvm

 

 


Re: ?how to open a closed socket?

Tim Richardson
 

Have you tried a socket wrench?

Tim WS4V

On February 4, 2020 at 10:06 AM David Perry <bumbledp@...> wrote:

Last week I had telnet / GB7AA dx cluster working fine. Turn machine off. leave for weekend. Turn machine on, not working fine.

The problem seems to be that the telnet socket is closed. I have gone into computer control panel / progs and features / telnet server and telnet client. I have turned them both on and rebooted.

Still at the bottom of Logger32 the system says "telnet socket closed".

What else can I do?
 
David g4yvm

 



Re: ?how to open a closed socket?

David Perry <bumbledp@...>
 

What stillpuzzles me is that though the gb7baa telnet has failed the dxheat cluster it drives still works.

Thanks again 

David G4YVM 


Re: ?how to open a closed socket?

David Perry <bumbledp@...>
 

Strewth 

That works.
Hours and hour wasted and it was that.

THANK YOU THANK.YOU THANK YOU

D


Re: ?how to open a closed socket?

John Munton - G7SSE
 

Hmmm, just tried and it's not working here either Bob, so it's not just you they're ignoring!

Maybe David ought to try another cluster, GB7MBC is ok:     gb7mbc.spoo.org    8000

73(s)

John - G7SSE

------ Original Message ------
From: "Bob" <k4cy@...>
Sent: 04/02/2020 22:04:16
Subject: Re: [hamlogger] ?how to open a closed socket?

John, I tried that. No one at home. Weird, no response, no 'you can't get there from here' message. Nothing, it's like the request is simply ignored ... How rude, I voted for BREXIT, and now they simply ignore me and treat me with the contempt I deserve :)  SeventyThree(s).
On February 4, 2020 at 4:49 PM John Munton - G7SSE <johng7sse@...> wrote:

My guess would be this one:  GB7BAA        gb7baa.com      7300       Worchester, UK

John - G7SSE

------ Original Message ------
From: "Bob" < k4cy@...>
Sent: 04/02/2020 21:29:37
Subject: Re: [hamlogger] ?how to open a closed socket?

I Googled GB7AA, and it's listed as a 70cm repeater, not a DX Cluster. What's the address/URL, I'll try to connect from here. SeventyThree(s).
On February 4, 2020 at 10:06 AM David Perry < bumbledp@...> wrote:

Last week I had telnet / GB7AA dx cluster working fine. Turn machine off. leave for weekend. Turn machine on, not working fine.

The problem seems to be that the telnet socket is closed. I have gone into computer control panel / progs and features / telnet server and telnet client. I have turned them both on and rebooted.

Still at the bottom of Logger32 the system says "telnet socket closed".

What else can I do?
 
David g4yvm

 

 

 


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73, John - G7SSE

 


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73, John - G7SSE


Re: ?how to open a closed socket?

Bob
 

John, I tried that. No one at home. Weird, no response, no 'you can't get there from here' message. Nothing, it's like the request is simply ignored ... How rude, I voted for BREXIT, and now they simply ignore me and treat me with the contempt I deserve :)  SeventyThree(s).

On February 4, 2020 at 4:49 PM John Munton - G7SSE <johng7sse@...> wrote:

My guess would be this one:  GB7BAA        gb7baa.com      7300       Worchester, UK

John - G7SSE

------ Original Message ------
From: "Bob" < k4cy@...>
Sent: 04/02/2020 21:29:37
Subject: Re: [hamlogger] ?how to open a closed socket?

I Googled GB7AA, and it's listed as a 70cm repeater, not a DX Cluster. What's the address/URL, I'll try to connect from here. SeventyThree(s).
On February 4, 2020 at 10:06 AM David Perry < bumbledp@...> wrote:

Last week I had telnet / GB7AA dx cluster working fine. Turn machine off. leave for weekend. Turn machine on, not working fine.

The problem seems to be that the telnet socket is closed. I have gone into computer control panel / progs and features / telnet server and telnet client. I have turned them both on and rebooted.

Still at the bottom of Logger32 the system says "telnet socket closed".

What else can I do?
 
David g4yvm

 

 

 


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73, John - G7SSE

 


Re: ?how to open a closed socket?

John Munton - G7SSE
 

My guess would be this one: GB7BAA     gb7baa.com    7300     Worchester, UK

John - G7SSE

------ Original Message ------
From: "Bob" <k4cy@...>
Sent: 04/02/2020 21:29:37
Subject: Re: [hamlogger] ?how to open a closed socket?

I Googled GB7AA, and it's listed as a 70cm repeater, not a DX Cluster. What's the address/URL, I'll try to connect from here. SeventyThree(s).
On February 4, 2020 at 10:06 AM David Perry <bumbledp@...> wrote:

Last week I had telnet / GB7AA dx cluster working fine. Turn machine off. leave for weekend. Turn machine on, not working fine.

The problem seems to be that the telnet socket is closed. I have gone into computer control panel / progs and features / telnet server and telnet client. I have turned them both on and rebooted.

Still at the bottom of Logger32 the system says "telnet socket closed".

What else can I do?
 
David g4yvm

 


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73, John - G7SSE


Re: ?how to open a closed socket?

Bob
 

I Googled GB7AA, and it's listed as a 70cm repeater, not a DX Cluster. What's the address/URL, I'll try to connect from here. SeventyThree(s).

On February 4, 2020 at 10:06 AM David Perry <bumbledp@...> wrote:

Last week I had telnet / GB7AA dx cluster working fine. Turn machine off. leave for weekend. Turn machine on, not working fine.

The problem seems to be that the telnet socket is closed. I have gone into computer control panel / progs and features / telnet server and telnet client. I have turned them both on and rebooted.

Still at the bottom of Logger32 the system says "telnet socket closed".

What else can I do?
 
David g4yvm

 


Re: ?how to open a closed socket?

David Perry <bumbledp@...>
 

Tried both those things...dont work.  

I cant connect through N1MM other so  I wonder whether it's a laptop issue?

D


Re: ?how to open a closed socket?

Bob
 

... or you could right click on the Telent pane of the lower status bar, then click on CONNEXT TO xxxxx. SeventyThree(s).


On February 4, 2020 at 10:06 AM David Perry <bumbledp@...> wrote:

Last week I had telnet / GB7AA dx cluster working fine. Turn machine off. leave for weekend. Turn machine on, not working fine.

The problem seems to be that the telnet socket is closed. I have gone into computer control panel / progs and features / telnet server and telnet client. I have turned them both on and rebooted.

Still at the bottom of Logger32 the system says "telnet socket closed".

What else can I do?
 
David g4yvm

 


Re: ?how to open a closed socket?

Bob
 



Ah yes, the old Telnet socked closed message. To open the socket, On the Telnet Window click the TELNET tab. Now right click on the Telnet pane



Now click on CONNECT TO xxxxxx (your favorite cluster.  When connected, right click on the telnet pane one more time and check the bottom menu option. That'll connect you automagically next time you restart Logger32. SeventyThree(s).


On February 4, 2020 at 10:06 AM David Perry <bumbledp@...> wrote:

Last week I had telnet / GB7AA dx cluster working fine. Turn machine off. leave for weekend. Turn machine on, not working fine.

The problem seems to be that the telnet socket is closed. I have gone into computer control panel / progs and features / telnet server and telnet client. I have turned them both on and rebooted.

Still at the bottom of Logger32 the system says "telnet socket closed".

What else can I do?
 
David g4yvm

 


?how to open a closed socket?

David Perry <bumbledp@...>
 

Last week I had telnet / GB7AA dx cluster working fine. Turn machine off. leave for weekend. Turn machine on, not working fine.

The problem seems to be that the telnet socket is closed. I have gone into computer control panel / progs and features / telnet server and telnet client. I have turned them both on and rebooted.

Still at the bottom of Logger32 the system says "telnet socket closed".

What else can I do?
 
David g4yvm


Re: UDP bandmap call station?

Bob
 

From the Logger32 Manual Calling Event Viewer (using WSJT-X) :



I clicked on YO3GNF on the UDP BandMap at 13:35:00.  I waited 35 seconds until I received a CQ from YO3GNF. Logger32 automatically began the automatic calling sequence. SeventyThree(s).

On February 4, 2020 at 8:20 AM Markku Oksanen <markku.a.oksanen@...> wrote:

All
Looks like I can't make WSJT-X call anybody by clicking on a call on the UDP bandmap.
The "cherry-picker" does work fine if one wants of offer QSOs at a good clip but to call DX I don't get the combination WSJT-X Logger32 to work correctly.
Is the perhaps a setting I am missing as cherry picking does work so UDP goes both ways fine.
Markku

 


Re: UDP bandmap call station?

Markku Oksanen
 

All
Looks like I can't make WSJT-X call anybody by clicking on a call on the UDP bandmap.
The "cherry-picker" does work fine if one wants of offer QSOs at a good clip but to call DX I don't get the combination WSJT-X Logger32 to work correctly.
Is the perhaps a setting I am missing as cherry picking does work so UDP goes both ways fine.
Markku


Re: Logger32 and CAT access for other software

sp7ewl@...
 

It's not about satisfaction with Log4OM. I'm talking about the lack of possibilities in Logger32 with the use of OmniRig, which would allow the simultaneous use of other programs that require connection to CAT radio. Personally, and because of the many years of using Logger32, I prefer this logging program and I wrote only about the possibility of adding functionality to use OmniRig.
I am also using build Windows 10 version 1909

Vy 73


Bands Modes

Andy None
 

Anybody out there willing to share their BAND_MODE settings in text format ??
I am interested in comprehensive settings of bands including new bands and new modes.

Andy SP9KR


Re: UDP bandmap call station?

Bob
 

I recommend using JTDX in preference to WSJT. It has a better receiver, and it has better flow control of the UDP messages. SeventyThree(s).

On February 2, 2020 at 11:16 AM Markku Oksanen <markku.a.oksanen@...> wrote:

OK!  Thanks!

I must have been too impatient to see that the "brain" is working there.
And NOW I don't get a crash either, must have been a previous version of logger32 or some other interaction. Strange.
I will try this now.
However some rare stations only give reports and never CQ or RR73 so I will  see if I get this to work in practice.

Markku

 


Re: UDP bandmap call station?

Markku Oksanen
 

OK!  Thanks!

I must have been too impatient to see that the "brain" is working there.
And NOW I don't get a crash either, must have been a previous version of logger32 or some other interaction. Strange.
I will try this now.
However some rare stations only give reports and never CQ or RR73 so I will  see if I get this to work in practice.

Markku


Re: Logger32 and CAT access for other software

Jim Altman
 

One thing to note is that on feature updates, it often resets the audio parameter on a USB based FT8 setup to 44k instead of the desired 48k.

 

Setup->System->sound->Sound Control Panel (under related settings)->Recording tab->right click on your USB device for the radio->advanced->48k

 

Jim Altman

jaltman636@...

 

From: hamlogger@groups.io <hamlogger@groups.io> On Behalf Of Bob
Sent: Sunday, February 2, 2020 9:46 AM
To: hamlogger@groups.io
Subject: Re: [hamlogger] Logger32 and CAT access for other software

 

I saw this on another reflector this morning:  I upgraded my W10 last edition to v.1909, without expecting a great improvement. It is well worth the 3 hours spent. Most processes are much faster : an example : with the previous version, it took 5 seconds to load a QSO into LOG4OM v2 ; now only 1.5 seconds With your recommendation of the ability to connect to LOG4OM to everything hardware and software you have, and this glowing performance report, I might just switch myself. Enjoy. SeventyThree(s).

On February 2, 2020 at 9:24 AM sp7ewl@... wrote:

Bob, thank you very much for the smartest answer I've ever received


 


Re: Logger32 and CAT access for other software

Bob
 

I saw this on another reflector this morning:  I upgraded my W10 last edition to v.1909, without expecting a great improvement. It is well worth the 3 hours spent. Most processes are much faster : an example : with the previous version, it took 5 seconds to load a QSO into LOG4OM v2 ; now only 1.5 seconds With your recommendation of the ability to connect to LOG4OM to everything hardware and software you have, and this glowing performance report, I might just switch myself. Enjoy. SeventyThree(s).

On February 2, 2020 at 9:24 AM sp7ewl@... wrote:

Bob, thank you very much for the smartest answer I've ever received