[nos-bbs] Jnos <--> MultiPSK??

Guy Mallery ncs050 at gmail.com
Sun Jun 7 07:00:44 EDT 2009


   You know, I'd query Patrick (F6CTE, the author) directly about this.  I know
he went to a great deal of effort for the JNOS hooks.

   A while back I went through some paces with this, and multipsk did great with
UI packet switching, but less so with the traditional connect method.  I also
ran into some (undesirable) buffering delays when I tried to add AGWPE
to the mix.

    All this was, as I said, a while ago, and I do believe Patrick has a desire to
make it all work as it should.


Guy - W6MSU

> Date: Fri, 05 Jun 2009 13:19:08 -0400
> From: Hal <IamW8MCH at verizon.net>
> Subject: [nos-bbs] Jnos <--> MultiPSK??
> To: nos-bbs at tapr.org
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> I have Jnos2.0-Linux on one machine pinging another machine running
> Win2kPro-MultiPSK that seems to be working partially correct using tun..
> However I can't seem to understand how MultiPSK can work with that setup
> because it's config files list Com ports only.. Is there a way to config
> MultiPSK to see the incoming KISS packets?? I have it configured with
> TCP/IP and KISS both pressed.. In fact trying MixW has the same problem;
> listing Com ports only..
> Can someone point me to a solution??
> -- 
>        Vy 73 de Hal--W8MCH    UNIX-GNU/Linux - Slackware 11.0,

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