[Dxspider-support] another Q.

Dirk Koopman djk at tobit.co.uk
Fri Sep 27 00:47:25 BST 2002

You will need to update your ax25d.conf to allow ssids.

Personally, as a suggestion, I would run the node as (say) -5 and use
your plain call (without ssid) as the sysop alias. This is especially
true if you expect to access the node via radio. 

If you want to change this you will need to coordinate with your partner
nodes, change the calls in DXVars.pm and then run update_sysop.pl. It is
a bit of a fiddle though, because everyone else gets rather confused for
a while until it gets sorted out. 

If you do this, don't forget to change any connect scripts to other
nodes that use telnet so that you login with correct callsign!

We have it simpler here in G as we have special callsigns so the issue
doesn't really arise.

Dirk G1TLH

"Radioman" <radioman at frpd.org> wrote:

> yep, i do the same but the spider boots me on the 2 meter port.
> says
> cmd:*** CONNECTED to N1LDY
> Sorry N1LDY you are already connected elsewhere on the cluster (on
>  the spider is stripping the -1 off my remote call..
> ----- Original Message ----- 
> From: "charlie carroll" <k1xx at ptcnh.net>
> To: "Radioman" <radioman at frpd.org>
> Sent: Thursday, September 26, 2002 7:16 PM
> Subject: Re: [Dxspider-support] another Q.
> > Tony:
> > you've got something else wrong.  I just telnetted into your node
> > and connected as n1ldy-1 without difficulty.
> > 
> > charlie
> > 
> > 
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