[nos-bbs] jnos <-> bpq link

jerome schatten romers at shaw.ca
Sat Jun 3 17:14:05 EDT 2017

Thanks Michael… I now have the link working and it’s slick as it pulls in a bunch of bpq guys up country here that was very tough to get to before.  

I simply did a axudp attach to his commercial ip on port 10093 and the rest was same as a jnos link with my 44 address.

Interesting that at first blush, it seems very much faster than any of the axip/44 links that I have set up. I guess that’s because there’s no encapping so there’s a whole layer of stuff the system doesn’t have to deal with.  Still you do get a sense that it’s still ham stuff as the netrom packets fly by with attached call letters and I do still have a vhf radio drop working <g>. 

I still don’t know what the bpq setup is and would be interested to find out. I guess if someone has a bpq config file they could send it, and the mystery would be solved <g>.

Thanks to all that responded,
jerome - ve7ass

> On Jun 3, 2017, at 13:35, Michael Fox - N6MEF <n6mef at mefox.org> wrote:
> Jerome,
> Here is what I use for connection on port 10093 (and don't care what source port they send from = -1).
> Note that since this uses the bpq system's hostname, it must happen AFTER autoexec.nos is done so that DNS is functioning.  So, I put these commands in a separate file, and in autoexec.nos I use:
> 	at now+0001 "source <filename>"
> Perhaps someone here is also running BPQ and can help you with that end.
> Michael
> attach axudp <jnosinterface> 256 <bpq-hostname> <bpqcall-ssid> -1 10093
> ifconfig <jnosinterface> description  "<bpqcall-ssid>  : <bpqnetromalias> : <bpq location>"
> ifconfig <jnosinterface> ax25 bctext  "<mycall-ssid >  : <mynetromalias>  : <my location>"
> mbox hideport <jnosinterface> off
> mbox mport <jnosinterface> off
> ip hport <jnosinterface> on
> #netrom interface <jnosinterface> 236 0
> #netrom route add <bpqnetromalias> <bpqcall-ssid> <jnosinterface> 236 <bpqcall-ssid>
> #trace <jnosinterface> 0111 ./logs/trace.<jnosinterface> 1000
>> -----Original Message-----
>> Can someone tell me how to set up a internet udp link between jnos and
>> bpq?
>> The config block for both sides would be helpful.
>> I have the bpq station’s commercial ip address and he has mine.
>> Thanks,
>> jerome - ve7ass
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