Writelog does not use the HOST Mode, any WA8DED TNC dont run. You need
to put a TAPR eprom in the TNC to get writelog communicate with the TNC.
Another solution is, to use DX-TELNET, as link to Writelog.
On DX-TELNET you can use any kind of TNC, with TAPR, ore host ore kiss,
ore what ever you like (if you have a TNC why you use TFPCX??)
Over the link to writelog you get all the packet stuff on your Packet
window. So may be this help..
I asked a year ago to the Writelog programmers, to add the WA8DED
to Writelog, but like always no answer..sri..
Anyway the TAPR-TNC are not populare here in this hemisphere and most of
the people using Host mode TNCs ore some kind of PCFLEX drivers.
May be that is not known there.
Tadej Mezek schrieb:
> I'm satisfied with the program but (there is always a but) I have a
> My TNC is connected to serial port. But it runs in KISS mode, not in HOST
> (WA8DED) as Writelog requires. With other programs I
> load TFPCX (for DOS) and Flexnet (for Windows) and everything is
> fine. I suspect that Writelog doesn't support such modes.
> Is there a possibility that this can be implemented in program?
> Is there another solution? Can maybe program like DXtelnet
> connect to a KISS TNC (over Flexnet maybe) and the DXtelnet
> can send spots to Writelog? Anything?
> As internet access is not for free in Europe I think a lot
> of people use packet network to receive dx spots. Otherwise telnet function
> in Writelog is very useful.
> Ted, S51TA
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