n2lbt at spamcop.net
Mon Dec 13 18:31:22 CST 2004
No, I think most consumer PAT/NAT routers will pass telnet data on that
port but www.aprs.net is not a good server.
try a regional igate that's local to you from
second.aprs.net <running on a mac cool!
On Dec 13, 2004, at 6:57 PM, David Chesser wrote:
> I followed the procedure below but no stations appear, I have Comcast
> cable and only one IP address unless I pay an additional $5 a month
> per IP so I use a router for my computers on my home network. Is
> this causing the problem?
> On Dec 12, 2004, at 9:24 PM, Brian B. Riley
> wrote:<Settings->Ports->Show List.pdf>
>> I simply dropped my MacAPRSx ito the same folder that the Classic
>> had been running under and then did what Steve said below ... That
>> worked fine, now if they will get the serial ports working and right
>> to select a specific area I will be really happy!
>> On 12/12/04 9:41 PM, "Steve Dimse" <k4hg at tapr.org> wrote:
>>> On 12/12/04 at 8:32 PM David Chesser <dchesser55 at comcast.net> sent:
>>>> I have downloaded the MACAPRS Carbon version and don't know how to
>>>> connect to the APRSservr network. It used to be you needed TGE tool
>>>> with system 9 but when I try connect it doesn't work
>>> Settings->Ports->Show List
>>> pick a server and click open.
Dennis Hudson, N2LBT
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