I'm a dumb dumb... I was trying to set the IP address via holding down
the RIT button and turning on the radio...
I didn't realize I could also set the IP when the radio was in 'remote
state' via the menu. When I do this, I am able to turn to 192.168.0.3.
Sorry for being an idiot.
By the way, the remote state is nifty - I haven't transmitted yet, but
the rx audio sounds very good (while on my home network, anyway).
Jeff Iddings wrote:
> Honestly, as I'm not terrible interested in the remote capabilities, I'm
> more than willing to make an inquiry to TenTec on Monday. No hurry, by
> no means.. if it's never resolved, so be it.
> I'm using the latest firmware/boot loader, I re-flashed, just for the
> fun of it.. same situation. As soon as I can find my 512mb CF flash
> card, I'm going to make a video so someone can tell me what I might be
> doing wrong..
> As for trivial or not, if I had built things 5 years ago with the
> intention of having a more dynamic network, changing from .0.x to .1.x
> would be absolutely trivial.. but there's countless changes I'd have to
> make including bind IP configs in lots of daemons, /etc/hosts on each
> box, and the like..
> But anyhow, I'm VERY pleased with the radio, and I thin I initially
> outlined this problem as being minor. It's not really worth further
> discussion unless perhaps someone has encountered the same problem.
> Thanks again!
> Jeff - W4GPL
> Gary Hoffman wrote:
>> Well Jeff, I'm not trolling for a dispute :)
>> I agree that it would be better otherwise. I note that some posters say
>> that it is in fact different...so we have some question even about the
>> facts, or if all versions of the radio are the same.
>> Ten Tec....you listening ? Care to straighten out the facts ?
>> In any case I said it was trivial because DHCP served devices (like most
>> PC's) will get themselves a new address just by being power cycled. And
>> then, changing a fixed IP address on a computer is only a few mouse clicks,
>> as you already know.
>> Perhaps "trivial" was too strong a term, but a few mouse clicks cannot at
>> least be called difficult.
>> I have some 35 users on my system, most of them wireless, located up to a
>> mile away. We have outdoor antennas and amplifiers. We change address
>> blocks pretty much weekly, as one of several security measures and to help
>> keep people from pirating our bandwidth.
>> As you said, a matter of perspective.
>> 73 de Gary, AA2IZ
>> ----- Original Message -----
>> From: "Jeff Iddings" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>> To: "Discussion of Ten-Tec Equipment" <email@example.com>
>> Sent: Saturday, December 08, 2007 8:45 PM
>> Subject: Re: [TenTec] Omni VII - I feel like such a n00b...
>>> Gary Hoffman wrote:
>>>> Reconfiguring the local non-routable address block used from
>>>> to 192.168.1.xxx is a trivial task, as you know. I often change mine
>> for a
>>>> variety of reasons.
>>> Trivial for who? With all due respect, I have no less than 12 devices
>>> already on my 'home' network. Two other geeky roommates equals a lot of
>>> network devices.
>>> It would be trivial for TenTec to fix this bug. All a matter of
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