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Re: Xrouter - XR32

Post by g4mki on Mon Jan 04, 2016 7:40 pm

Kenny,
My bpq32.cfg link to you as G4MKI-8 uses UDP10098:

MAP G7VJA-5 80.176.146.86 UDP 10098 B

The xr32 udp link to you as G7VJA-5 (port 20) is UDP 10085

viz g4mki.no-ip.org:10098...and g4mki.no-ip.org:10085
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Re: Xrouter - XR32

Post by g7vja on Mon Jan 04, 2016 7:54 pm

Duncan
XR32 will not work if the IPLINK is two connections,same address
G7VJA-5 is running ok on port 10085
in the Proxy setting add my static address
80.176.146.86 i think you may have the 192.168 address's
thats why it did not connect to the cluster.??
your port entry for GB7CIP
,tweak it so it looks like the sample below
in the sample i got from your Apache you had your 44 address in the wrong place,
drop Paul g4apl a message and he will setup an Ampr link with you

PORT=24
      ID=AXUDP Link with GB7CIP-5
      INTERFACENUM=14
      IPADDRESS=44.131.255.164
      IPLINK=62.49.17.234
      UDPLOCAL=10092
      UDPREMOTE=10092
      FRACK=5000
      RESPTIME=200
      MAXHOPS=3        
      CFLAGS=15
      QUALITY=192
      PACLEN=236
      MHEARD=15
ENDPORT

Apart from that it is looking good.
i will see if i can ping your 44 address
there are a couple more tweaks to do if you want to include them
work on the HTTP when you have time,that should wrap up xr32 for now.
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Re: Xrouter - XR32

Post by g4mki on Mon Jan 04, 2016 8:13 pm

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Re: Xrouter - XR32

Post by g4mki on Mon Jan 04, 2016 8:15 pm

Hi Kenny,
Paul told me to put my ipaddress at the end of that port config..I did wonder why!
I will test it without it............
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Re: Xrouter - XR32

Post by g7vja on Mon Jan 04, 2016 8:19 pm

Getting your beacon ok

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Re: Xrouter - XR32

Post by g4mki on Mon Jan 04, 2016 8:27 pm

Thanks for that Kenny...!'m obviously getting about Very Happy
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Re: Xrouter - XR32

Post by g7vja on Mon Jan 04, 2016 8:57 pm

Here one you can do Duncan
add me to your chatlinks,
i have put your G4MKI-9 in my config (it should be default -Cool
CHATLINKS=G7VJA-8
both XR32 stations have to agree to have each others chat links
in there config,or else it wont work
when you look at the chat monitor you should see g7vja-8
that one little tweak,another will follow soon hi.
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Re: Xrouter - XR32

Post by g7vja on Mon Jan 04, 2016 9:47 pm

Duncan
i have a weird connection to g4mki-5 port 10085
seem to be unreachable a lot of times.

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Re: Xrouter - XR32

Post by g4mki on Mon Jan 04, 2016 10:40 pm

Sorry Kenny,
I had added the port to everything except the BT router Embarassed
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Re: Xrouter - XR32

Post by g7vja on Tue Jan 05, 2016 2:18 am

Hi Duncan
I have had to go back to linking with your Bpq 10098
xr32 port 10085 is not connecting reliably,
more off than on,
port 10098 is fine without problem
have to choose a different port
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Re: Xrouter - XR32

Post by g4mki on Tue Jan 05, 2016 11:17 am

We might not be working from the same hymn sheet at the moment...I have re-enabled the link to you (in the last half hour) in bpq32.cfg to UDP10098. Router firewall ok with that. xr32 xrouter.cfg Port 20, link to you, is still at UDP=10085.

I can't run the xr32 link on udp 10098 unless I disable the bpq link.

At 2.18am, when you sent the last message, my bpq link to you was disabled.

It is possible that I did not complete all the changes you suggested yesterday, or forgot to do something else as a result of those changes like remap my router.

It is also possible that there were network problems,,,GB7CIP-5 was on and off, more off than on, and your route was likewise variable. At the moment my port 20 to you is down, all the others ok and steady
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Re: Xrouter - XR32

Post by g7vja on Tue Jan 05, 2016 12:31 pm

Hi Duncan
i think we are on the same page,just different chapters. Very Happy
at the moment i only have a xr32 link to your BPQ 10098
which is working ok.
the port 10085 seems to be unreachable most of the time.
I have port 10097 spare at the moment as i have no one on BPQ using it.

in my config i used dbray.no-ip.org 10085 for xr32
and g4mki.no-ip.org 10098 for Bpq
both worked for a while then the 10085 became unreachable
maybe no-ip dont like it
trouble here is i run so much broadband stuff,i am surprised it works at all
my T2england has 74 connections at the moment.
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Re: Xrouter - XR32

Post by g4mki on Tue Jan 05, 2016 2:01 pm

Hi Kenny,
Chapter 2016....I have put udp 10097 into the router for the Mint pc.
I have edited my xr32 port 20 to you with UDPLOCAL=10097, and UDPREMOTE=10097..
Well, I could reduce the load on T2England a bit, since I run MB7UEK on it..I will say no more as it will cause a disaster!
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Re: Xrouter - XR32

Post by g7vja on Tue Jan 05, 2016 2:11 pm

I now have going too
dbray.no-ip.org 10098 Bpq working ok
g4mki.no-ip.org 10097 XR32 working ok
see which one drops off first affraid
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Re: Xrouter - XR32

Post by g4mki on Tue Jan 05, 2016 2:38 pm

xr32 reached 1%, 3 nodes before the line went red
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Re: Xrouter - XR32

Post by g7vja on Tue Jan 05, 2016 2:42 pm

That is not a good
do i just have 10097 and drop 10098
i would like xr32 to xr32
i can still connect into any of your system with only xr32

my port 93 is tied up so i cannot use that

????? Question

Duncan type c mydxc for cluster
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Re: Xrouter - XR32

Post by g4mki on Tue Jan 05, 2016 2:54 pm

Kenny,
I typed c mydxc from G4MKI-5 and was in with the customary speed...virtually instant..that works
cheers
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Re: Xrouter - XR32

Post by g4mki on Tue Jan 05, 2016 3:02 pm

I'm just going to have a quick late lunch, will leave MYDXC connected...kick me out if it is a problem...
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Re: Xrouter - XR32

Post by g4mki on Tue Jan 05, 2016 3:55 pm

Kenny,
I have UDP93-97 set in my router for the Mint pc...for no other reason that they were suggested in Paula'a notes. I am not using them for bpq BRIARY or HMPTON or for any of the routes set in xr32...again let me know which to setup in xr32 port 20.
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Re: Xrouter - XR32

Post by g7vja on Tue Jan 05, 2016 3:56 pm

Hi Duncan
stay connected to GB7HTL as long as you want,no time limits.

i have hashed out port 10098 for a while and i have
been monitoring the link to g4mki-5 on port 10097
it is still a very intermittent connection for some reason.
i am a bit baffled as to why Question
let me check my end and see if port 97 is in use with anything
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Re: Xrouter - XR32

Post by g7vja on Tue Jan 05, 2016 4:05 pm

Duncan
you were GREEN @ 88% when you were typing your message.
but i did not get the message in the PMS,i saw it going through on the screen
did you do the /ex on the end
and which PMS did you use??
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Re: Xrouter - XR32

Post by g4mki on Tue Jan 05, 2016 4:20 pm



I sent it to the BBS I now have sign in credentials for.
I started at HART, but I can't remember whether I went to DEVON or NDEVON
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Re: Xrouter - XR32

Post by g4mki on Tue Jan 05, 2016 4:28 pm



I am watching L3/L4 timeouts re value of FRACK
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Re: Xrouter - XR32

Post by g4mki on Tue Jan 05, 2016 5:12 pm


Some stats from my http pages
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Re: Xrouter - XR32

Post by g4mki on Tue Jan 05, 2016 8:27 pm

Kenny
BPQ udp closed in bpq32.cfg
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