In the past I had a phoneline connection that worked great (except buffering) with a VoIP
HAM related program called echoLinux and echogui. As a matter of fact I used to talk on
the 442.150 repeater in Austin form Sugar Land.
Trouble is when we got a adsl line from Altell and a DSL Speed Stream 5200 router it
ended. Our router has a DHCP IP# that is stable and all boxes on the LAN have 192.168.1.#
If I call uup echogui it goes out and comes back with a list of stations available.
Thats when the problem starts - I never connect with a out station.
I think it is a port forwarding problem - to which I have setup on the DSL router
tcp, port number (as shown in /etc/services), my IP# (192.168.1.#) and the rebooted it.
Anyone have a clue or know of a way to track the problem.
73 de Donn Washburn Hpage: " http://www.hal-pc.org/~n5xwb "
Ham Callsign N5XWB Email: " n5xwb(a)hal-pc.org "
307 Savoy St. HAMs: " n5xwb(a)arrl.net "
Sugar Land, TX 77478 BMW MOA #: 4146 - Ambassador
LL# 1.281.242.3256 " http://counter.li.org " #279316
I have put together a beta version for twpsk 2.2, which includes a much
larger waterfall. The soundcard code is also new, and the interface
allows you to select 8/16 bit and mono/stereo formats. It has been
tested on four different soundcards. Please email me with the soundcard
and distro you used and any problems you may have.
To download the beta code, just look for the beta link on:
Ted - wa0eir