[nos-bbs] JNOS Winlink implementation
debiani386 at protonmail.com
Fri Oct 1 03:24:08 EDT 2021
Thank you for this information! Just recompiled and set up the ax25 tncall and it works!
73, de KG7UJH
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On Thursday, September 30th, 2021 at 7:32 AM, M Langelaar <maiko at pcsinternet.ca> wrote:
> On 29/09/2021 11:35 p.m., debiani386 via nos-bbs wrote:
>> As I understand, in the latest version of JNOS, JNOS supports the ability to
>> send/receive winlink email over the winlink network [snip] how to set this up ?
>> Also, does this mean that JNOS can act as an RMS node ...
> Thanks for reminding me, I had forgot to include that in the addendum, that's my
> next job then, the gist of the release notes in August of 2019 is as follows :
> IF you are interesting in using your JNOS as an RMS node, add the
> following define to your config.h file :
> #define TNCALL
> and recompile JNOS as follows (if you have a compiled source already) :
> rm ax25.o ax25cmd.o ax25mail.o config.o tnlink.o
> provided you are using a recent source (anytime after August of 2019) ...
> Choose a callsign you want Winlink (RMS) Express clients to connect to,
> then add an entry similar to the following to your autoexec.nos file :
> ax25 tncall ve4klm-11 cms.winlink.org 8772 cronly
> Obviously I'm using VE4KLM-11 for mine - make sure you change to your own call.
> NOTE : I am assuming you have the 'ax25 mycall' parameter configured in
> your autoexec.nos file. It's used for the CMS application login.
> Back then I had it working with the latest Winlink Express 220.127.116.11 client.
> PLEASE : send me reports and feedback, thank you.
> Hope that helps.
> Maiko / VE4KLM
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