[nos-bbs] Re: AXUDP and APRS - configuring
wa7nwp at jnos.org
Sat Apr 16 15:04:31 EDT 2005
On Sat, 16 Apr 2005, Bill Vodall wrote:
> Putting that all together has given me a personal goal of building
> a small network of Linux servers for the Section with
> a TCP/IP "backbone" and RF ports to local neighborhoods. My idea is to
I've been fighting this with 3 Linux boxes for the past couple days. There's
probably some silly thing keeping it from working...
3 Suse Linux boxes. 2 on DSL and 1 on Comcast cable. All three are
ON THE AIR with AX25 packet and Netromd appears to be working.
I'm trying to interconnect all 3 systems with AXUDP.
I'm assuming I'll be able to see the incoming Netrom broadcasts on
the AXIP port from the other two. That's the first step.
All this TNC/DIGI mode settings is confusing.
All systems have ax25ipd.conf configured, kissattach on a pseudo tty
which is then attached by ax25ipd.
All three sites have PORT 93 on the internet forward to the Linux
I'm using 44.24.253.x numbers for the 3 kissattaches. .1, .2 and .3...
Here's an example stripped down ax25ipd.conf file:
beacon after 540
btext ax25ip -- tncmode bill/wa7nwp -- Experimental AXIP gateway
broadcast QST-0 NODES-0
route wayy 126.96.36.199 b
route wapbi 188.8.131.52 b
Note the wayy and wapbi are aliases fo "WAshington Net - ac7YY, ka7PBI"
# axports on my system - has the following line:
AXIP WANWP 9600 256 1 axip port
Ok.. What silly little thing am I missing here?
Bill - WA7NWP
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