Bent Bagger | 9 Sep 19:42 2006
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Re: Unwanted packets on AX25 interface

Hi all,

I have to pick up this thread again, because I'm being plagued by this
thing. What I experience is that when I configure my AX25 interface
with kissattach, my modem, which is a DSP-12, gets taken out of KISS
mode. The DSP-12 is taken out of KISS mode by receiving 3 ctrl-C
character within 3 seconds.

Ralf,  DL5RB, wrote on Wed Jan 25 2006 :
> This is a known problem. For unknown reasons ages ago the use of an IP
> address with every AX.25 address was made mandatory and recently DL9SAU
> started undoing that again.
>
> Until then you may try to limit the problem by setting up a packet filter
> blocking all ARP/IP traffic over your mkiss interface.

I have gotten rid of the initial IGMP and MDNS packages by using these
rules in my firewall:

iptables -A OUTPUT -o ax0 -j LOG
iptables -A OUTPUT -p igmp -o ax0 -j DROP
iptables -A OUTPUT -p udp -o ax0 -j DROP
(the LOG rule is only there because I am curious as to what actually
goes out ax0)

Now my modem is not reset until I send the first ax25 frame, e.g. by
using the call program, so something is still going out the ax0
interface. iptables does not log 'real' ax25 frames for some reason.

I actually have two questions in this connection:
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Chuck Hast | 10 Sep 00:42 2006
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Rose routing patch

Ralf,
Do you know if the rose routing patch ever got integrated into the kernel
rose code? It does not appear to be in 2.6.17.

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Chuck Hast | 9 Sep 22:28 2006
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Re: [fpac] System Down

On 9/9/06, Bernard Pidoux <pidoux <at> ccr.jussieu.fr> wrote:
>
> Ray Wells wrote :
>
> > Bernard Pidoux wrote:
> >> You are perfectly right.
> >> There is a patch for LinFBB and kernel 2.6.
> >> I included it together with some new items into version labelled 7.04l
> >> You may find a reference to it in FPAC MINI HOWTO following this link
> >>
> >> http://rose.fpac.free.fr/MINI-HOWTO/#s102
> >>
> >>
> >> 73 de Bernard, f6bvp
> >>
> >>
> > Bernard,
> >
> > Thanks for the information. I haven't had a chance to get back to it
> > yet, maybe over the next weekend.
> >
> > Do you know if the Rose patch (af_rose.c) for the 2.6.14.4 kernel is
> > already applied in later kernels, specifically 2.6.17.1?
> >
> > Ray
>
> No, af_rose.c patch from Jean-Paul F6FBB has never been applied to
> kernels code although I did submit it more than once to Ralf DLR5RB.
> It corrects an obvious bug, adding a loop allowing rose node to perform
> a scrutation of ALL adjacent neighbour routes until the end of the
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Chuck Hast | 9 Sep 22:30 2006
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Filter issue

This is to see if I get a bounce. I just cc'd a message to the list and it got
bounced by a spam filter somewhere.

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Jaime Robles | 10 Sep 21:14 2006
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New version of KLog released 0.4.0 / Liberada una nueva versión de KLog - 0.4.0

(Versión en español al final)

I am  happy to announce that the release of 0.4.0 version of KLog is
available.

KLog has now a email list(Klog-users <at> lists.berlios.de) for discussion 
about KLog, wishlist, bug report, ideas, suggestions tips on using, ...
The main language of the list if English.
Subscribe at:
		https://lists.berlios.de/mailman/listinfo/klog-users

From the Changelog:

10-Sep-2006 - 0.4.0

- New feature: It is possible to manage user-created local awards (TPEA, 
DOK, WAS, ...) KLog reads user defined awards in a special format.
- New feature: KLog reads ".adif" files also.(TNX DL5PD)
- New feature: It is possible to add/delete new DXServer clusters in the 
setup box.(TNX DL5PD)
- GUI Improved: IOTA continent is now "automagically" detected.
- Bug fixed: Not really a bug but now, the log is cleaner as it does not 
save the "STATE" for ALL the QSO, only does it if needed.
- Bug fixed: After modifying a QSO the band and mode did not return to 
the last used (TNX DL5PD).
- Bug fixed: If the band changed, without any call in the Call box, KLog 
showed "new one, work it"
- Bug fixed: If the band changed, when modifying KLog fooled the entity 
color band boxes.
- Bug fixed: KLog recognises /MM as maritime mobile station
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Stef Daniels VK5HSX | 22 Sep 04:07 2006
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Serial cards PC 16552D

Greetings,

	I would like to know if someone knows of a retailer or club/group that
has a (2 port) serial card using 16552D chip (see link
http://www.sysbas.com/e_product/e_16c552pci_view.html) in them. We have
a Debian packet which has old DRSI (ISA) cards, which needs replacing
and require something that does TTL (logic) to our 4800bd modems..
Thanks.

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Matti Aarnio | 21 Sep 19:06 2006

Re: Serial cards PC 16552D

On Fri, Sep 22, 2006 at 11:37:48AM +0930, Stef Daniels VK5HSX wrote:
> Greetings,
> 
> 	I would like to know if someone knows of a retailer or club/group that
> has a (2 port) serial card using 16552D chip (see link
> http://www.sysbas.com/e_product/e_16c552pci_view.html) in them. We have
> a Debian packet which has old DRSI (ISA) cards, which needs replacing
> and require something that does TTL (logic) to our 4800bd modems..
> Thanks.

Something like:
  http://www.serialgear.com/2-Port-Serial-PCI-PCI-200H.html

Levels are not, of course, TTL levels, rather RS-232.

Adding level-translators to your modems is trivialish.

> -- 
> Stef VK5HSX                     (OpenPGP:Ox51381E92)
> Amateur Radio Station           Jabber: vk5hsx <at> jabber.org.au
> South Australia 
> vk5hsx <at> wia.org.au

73 de Matti, OH2MQK
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Matti Aarnio | 21 Sep 19:48 2006

Re: Serial cards PC 16552D

On Thu, Sep 21, 2006 at 08:06:37PM +0300, Matti Aarnio wrote:
> On Fri, Sep 22, 2006 at 11:37:48AM +0930, Stef Daniels VK5HSX wrote:
> > Greetings,
> > 
> > 	I would like to know if someone knows of a retailer or club/group that
> > has a (2 port) serial card using 16552D chip (see link
> > http://www.sysbas.com/e_product/e_16c552pci_view.html) in them. We have
> > a Debian packet which has old DRSI (ISA) cards, which needs replacing
> > and require something that does TTL (logic) to our 4800bd modems..
> > Thanks.
> 
> Something like:
>   http://www.serialgear.com/2-Port-Serial-PCI-PCI-200H.html

But wait a moment..  wasn't  DRSI card  SYNCHRONOUS ?
The chip you referred to does not support it.

These days software audio modems ran in Linux userspace are able to
do that modem stuff all fine.  There may be some problem in joining
radio to audio card, of course...  Oh, and the PTT issue is there too.

> Levels are not, of course, TTL levels, rather RS-232.
> Adding level-translators to your modems is trivialish.
> 
> > -- 
> > Stef VK5HSX                     (OpenPGP:Ox51381E92)
> > vk5hsx <at> wia.org.au

73 de Matti, OH2MQK
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Bernard Pidoux F6BVP | 26 Sep 13:04 2006
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http://www.linux-ax25.org not accessible

Hi,

There is a permanent error preventing the access to 
http://www.linux-ax25.org.

IE cannot access the main page while Mozilla Firefox fails with an error 
message window and displays a series of wiki in the URL window :

http://www.linux-ax25.org/wiki/wiki/wiki/wiki/wiki/wiki/wiki/wiki/wiki/wiki/wiki/wiki/wiki/wiki/wiki/wiki/wiki/wiki/wiki/wiki/wiki/Main_Page

There must be a script error on the server...

73 de Bernard, f6bvp

http://f6bvp.org
http://rose.fpac.free.fr/MINI-HOWTO/  (version 1.09, 2006-08-11)
http://rose.fpac.free.fr/MINI-HOWTO-FR/ (version 1.04, 22-06-2006)

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IT3 Stuart Blake Tener, USN | 26 Sep 16:00 2006
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http://www.linux-ax25.org not accessible

I tried this on the Mac as well, and in Safari it also yields a quite
similar problem, and is thus inaccessible.

Stuart
N3GWG

On 9/26/06 7:04 AM, "Bernard Pidoux F6BVP" <f6bvp <at> free.fr> wrote:

> Hi,
> 
> There is a permanent error preventing the access to
> http://www.linux-ax25.org.
> 
> IE cannot access the main page while Mozilla Firefox fails with an error
> message window and displays a series of wiki in the URL window :
> 
> http://www.linux-ax25.org/wiki/wiki/wiki/wiki/wiki/wiki/wiki/wiki/wiki/wiki/wi
> ki/wiki/wiki/wiki/wiki/wiki/wiki/wiki/wiki/wiki/wiki/Main_Page
> 
> There must be a script error on the server...
> 
> 
> 73 de Bernard, f6bvp
> 
> http://f6bvp.org
> http://rose.fpac.free.fr/MINI-HOWTO/  (version 1.09, 2006-08-11)
> http://rose.fpac.free.fr/MINI-HOWTO-FR/ (version 1.04, 22-06-2006)
> 
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