[App_rpt-users] Connection Timer?

David KE6UPI dshaw at ke6upi.com
Sat Feb 25 10:43:30 EST 2012


Jim, No there is no timer. But if one of the nodes loses the Internet then
it will drop out with the uses of *3node. The only timer is one the remote
base nodes.

So use the following:

950=ilink,7                             ; Node which last transmitted to us
951=ilink,11                            ; Specific Link permanent connect -
Disconnect
952=ilink,12                            ; Specific Link permanent connect -
monitor only
953=ilink,13                            ; Specific Link permanent connect -
transceive
954=ilink,6                             ; Disconnect all links including
permalinks

The above linking will connect reconnect if there is a drop in the network.
It will reconnect quietly.

David

i.e.
*950node



On Fri, Feb 24, 2012 at 10:15 PM, Jim W7RY <w7ry at centurytel.net> wrote:

> **
> Is there a connection timer hiding somewhere in my node?  I'm having
> issues staying connected to the Win System node 2560.
>
> If so, can someone please point me to it?
>
> Thanks
> 73
> Jim W7RY
>
>
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