[nos-bbs] First try to connect to ampr.org via Axudp tunnel

Miguel Bahi Cruz miguelbahi_cruz at hotmail.com
Thu Oct 31 13:14:43 EDT 2013

Ok Ray, I have bad the line, with the remote station callsign, and the correct is my own callsign.  Like this
attach axudp axu0 256 eb5jeq-5 10092 10092
Thanks to G4APL ( Sysop of GB7CIP ) and you, the link has been stablished ok, and the new node is born in the ampr.org with success.

Date: Mon, 28 Oct 2013 06:14:18 -0700
From: w6ray at sbcglobal.net
To: nos-bbs at tapr.org
Subject: Re: [nos-bbs] First try to connect to ampr.org via Axudp tunnel

    On 10/28/2013 3:37 AM, Miguel Bahi Cruz

        Hello :
        I am trying to connect
            my jnos node to the rest of the
            world ampr.org

        I make this configs in
            my autoexec.nos jnos file
        attach axudp axu0 256
   gb7cip 10092 10092   ( Ax udp tunnel to gb7cip
    I can only assume you are trying to connect via IP and not RF. What
    I use for a test connection is this:


    attach axip visbbs 256 W6RAY-11


    visbbs is the connection name is the AMPRnet ip address

    W6RAY-11 is the call for that particular system, JNOS 2.0j.4


    It isn't axudp, but it does work.


    The entire entry is this:


    # Visalia LOCAL TEST

    attach axip visbbs 256 W6RAY-11

    ifc visbbs ax25 bctext "W6RAY-11 : Visalia Local FWD Test"

    mbox hideport visbbs off

    mbox mport visbbs on

    ip hport visbbs on


    Here is the ifconfig display for that node:


    Jnos> ifc visbbs

    visbbs   IP addr MTU 256 Link encap AX25

             Link addr W6RAY-11   BBS W6RAY-4   Paclen 256   Irtt 2500

             BCText: W6RAY-11 : Visalia Local FWD Test

             AXIP dest

             flags 0xcb2 trace 0x0 netmask 0x00000000 broadcast

             sent: ip 0 tot 136 idle 0:00:20:39

             recv: ip 0 tot 3 idle 0:19:21:10

             descr: (AX25) VISBBS:W6RAY-11   Visalia, CA LOCAL Test
    BBS    (



    The only difference may be that I am using RF to forward the mail
    which uses a different routing command.


        route add 44/8 axu0
    I use:


    route add default tun0


    This may not help, but it may give you something to try. I have to
    get ready for work...

    Perhaps others will have better information for you.




73 de Ray Quinn W6RAY
Visalia, CA DM06ih


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