[ct-user] Adding a Windows WINCT computer to DOS CT Network
Hank Kohl K8DD
k8dd at arrl.net
Fri Feb 17 22:21:23 EST 2006
CTWin uses port 3030 so you have to change the nettsr to that port on
the CT DOS PCs from the default port.
I have always set up the IP address's with DOS as 10.0.0.<band>
It has been written on the reflector that wireless networks lose packets
(log entries) and wired networks don't. However I tried an infrastructure
wireless network and it seemed to work fine for about 10 minutes pounding
on three keyboards at a time.
73 Hank K8DD
Mark Bailey wrote:
> Good afternoon, all:
> I need to add a WinCT box to our existing DOS CT network
> so that I can easily use telnet to get packet spots.
> There is a statement in the CT_additions section about
> "CT Win can be used in an Ethernet network with other
> computers running CT DOS and K1TTT’s nettsr. The K1TTT
> nettsr information and files are available on the CT
> web page. When networking CT DOS and CT Win computers
> with Ethernet, some changes must be made to the CT DOS
> nettsr startup command or Ethernet linking will not
> work. Using the same version of CT is advisable on
> all computers." I can't find out what this is.
> Do I have to do anything other than assign the Windows
> box a compatible static IP address? It will actually
> use a wireless connection for the internet connection
> and a wired connection for the network.
> How do I tell CT Win which network interface to use?
> Thanks and 73,
> Mark, KD4D
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