I think I must be slow, but I have downloaded the config document for Winlink (from our download area) and don't see the information I think I need to be able to access any of our postoffices or whatever they are called.
I confused enough about the terminology but I just cant find anythin about how to move a message from my machine to N5BYL dash something or other.
I can see KXX sending messages to N5BYL-10 but I cant talk to N5BYL-10. What am Idoing wrong.
I was able to set up telnet to the test address shown in the screen shot but that is where things end!
I am using my sound card as a TNC so I can set up and debug my TNC-X someday. (I have issues there too, what is the proper set up for TNC-X?)
Hi Joe. We have updated the download area with a file that contains the present list of Telpac nodes in Collin Cty that are running for the most part 24/7.
Information about what IP to use when generating a Telnet channel in Paclink is mentioned in the instructions. For our county use n5byl.no-ip.org.
As far as using a sound card, I have no experience with setting up a sound card for this mode. I have however heard that there has not been to much success with using a sound card.
TNC-X's are becoming a bit more common and I would suggest contacting W5ADC or AD5NR who have set them up and can probably give you pointers on how it is done.
Edited by n5byl on 08/01/2007 02:48
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