[ct-user] Internal TNC

VA3MW VA3MW <va3mw@rac.ca>
Tue, 26 Jun 2001 08:01:32 -0400

What com port is it on?  As long as you know the base address (like hex 
278) and the Interrupt (like IRQ4), you can make it work.  From the 
computers perspective, it is still just a TNC on a COM port.

You can use a DOS program like XTALK or PROCOMM to set it up.

Give it a try and see you you make out.


At 10:33 PM 6/25/01 -0700, VE7AVV \(Paul B. Peters\) wrote:

>I have an AEA PCB88 (TNC) card in one of my computers. I'd like to utilize
>the packet feature in CT, but given my TNC is internal and not on COM 1, I
>don't know how to set up CT 9.39.
>Any thoughts or ideas would be greatly appreciated.
>73 Paul, VE7AVV
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