On Tue, Oct 14, 2003 at 06:29:47PM -0700, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> While in the process of getting packet setup on a multi station
> network, I discovered that for some reason, the station connected
> to the TNC does not have local echo, while the other stations
> do. I cannot find any difference between the configurations that
> would account for this. What am I missing. Yes, I know that local
> echo can be turned on on the TNC, but this causes duplicate
> on the stations that already have it, and because the TNC is being
> shared by another computer with a different software program, I would
> like to avoid having to turn it on in the TNC.
That's the way it is. The local echo is provided for the networked
stations because nobody else will do it for them.
I forget if there is a flag to turn it on, but I don't remember one.
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