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[aprssig] UI-View over LAN...

Robbie, wa9inf mwrobertson at comcast.net
Tue Feb 20 04:17:54 UTC 2007


Hi Eric,

I do what you are wanting to do all the time.. It works real well..

You already have the Enable Local Server checked, so now on your 
upstairs computer, you need to go to Setup/APRS Server Setup, and add a 
server to the list that is your basement computer, such as 192.168.1.100 
plus a ":" without the quotes, the add 1448

It will look like this 192.168.1.100:1448

To add this, put your cursor near the top of the existing servers, the 
use the Insert key on the keyboard, and type the above address in and 
hit enter. now, put a checkmark in the box to the left of the new 
address.. You do not need to check Logon required..

Now go to Action/Connect to APRS Server and you should start seeing data 
across the bottom of UI-View like you do when you are looking at your 
downstairs computer..

Let us know if I missed something, :-) and good luck.

Robbie


Eric Weber wrote:

>My “ham” computer sits in the basement…
>
>The “other” computer sits on the main floor…
>
>We do not have internet access at home yet…so, I was
>going to set up UI-View over the LAN, and found maybe
>2 sites that had info on it…
>
>It says in the APRS Server Setup page to set the “ham”
>(aka host) computer to “Enable local server”…
>
>Ok, did that…
>
>Now on the other computer, it says to edit the
>APRS_Server portion in the INI file use the “ham”
>computer’s IP address, and use port 1448…
>
>Save it and start up “other” computer and connect to
>aprs server…
>
>Well, I have, but it don’t……
>
>I’ve unchecked the “APRS server log on required” as I
>thought I read it in the help files…
>
>So anyway, what am I missing?
>
>The instructions I’ve found have a little to be
>desired…
>
>Any help you can share would be appreciated…
>
>73’s
>Eric
>kc0ahk
>





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