SP9UMX > XNET 10.03.11 23:24l 52 Lines 1533 Bytes #999 (0) @ WW
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Read: DK3UZ GUEST DG8NGN DG4IAD SP6FIG DG4MFN
Subj: Re: (X)Net setup
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There are a few otions you can use for RS ports depend on HW you have. You can use both standard kernel interface and Xnet's internal driver as well.
So, here you have examples:
attach sdev1 kiss 1 1 19200 /dev/ttyS0
sdev1 - XNRT's internal port/driver for serial devices
kiss - protocol used on this port (TNC must be switch to kiss-mode before)
1 - XNET's port numer
1 - numer of ports
19200 - serial port speed
/dev/ttyS0 - serial port
attach ax0 ax25 1 1 scc0
ax0 - XNRT's internal port/driver for kernel'a ax25 interfaces
ax25 - protocol
1 and 1 as above
scc0 - kernel's interface name (here for scc card)
For AXUDP port please use:
attach ip1 axudp 12 1 l4001 d4000 127.0.0.1
ip1 - XNET's internal ip driver/port (ip1..ipf could be used, as far as I remamber)
Quoting from previos message ...
> Hi all, a few of us are trying to get (X)Net setup & running, with awfull results.
> The english doco we have seen is very cryptic.
> Has anybody have a simple setup that will get us off the ground, running under
> Linux - With one RS232 Port & an AXUDP Port, Plus a terminal program to run with
> it on the same machine.
> We are looking for a solution that we can buils on - we cannot even get it off
> the ground. Probally because we are all old farts, having run packet for over
> 30 years.
> Any solutions... Regards Rod email@example.com.....///
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