[aprssig] What is "TNC Channel Switching"?
AndrewEMT at hotmail.com
Sat Apr 12 13:03:12 CDT 2014
Funny. I have a 1278 as well, and was using it (in KISS mode) with JNOS back in 1998 when there was a multi-state TCP/IP radio net across the northeast US.
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From: Greg D <ko6th.greg at gmail.com>
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Date: Sat, 12 Apr 2014 10:55:29
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Subject: Re: [aprssig] What is "TNC Channel Switching"?
Stephen H. Smith wrote:
> However, many users still use the command-line mode instead, since
> many older TNCs don't support KISS. (Particularly the MFJ 127x
> series TNCs that crammed in numerous other modes, so that there wasn't
> enough room in the 27256 eprom for KISS support. I have replaced the
> OEM firmware on countless MFJ 127x TNCs with the final release
> "official" TAPR 1.1.9 firmware precisely to regain the KISS
Um, I have an MFJ 1278T TNC, and am running it in KISS mode under
APRSIS/32. Stock firmware on it, I believe, though I don't recall what
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