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Re: P3T over the internet



Gunther,

If you are like me and using P3T just for internet reception it doesn't
matter which Com port you chose.  When I get the error saying mine is
already in use I just dismiss the alert box.  Then  got to the Menu pull
down in the P3T window and select TCP/IP.  Click the Client (data in) radio
button and enter the address and port for the Goddard server which is
128.183.143.104 port 1024.  Click the Connect button and you should connect
to the tlm server.  If anyone else is up feeding data you will start
receiving blocks.

I also had a problem with Win98 which required me to edit the file
c:\windows\hosts to get connected
I had to add the line:
128.183.143.104 GARC

with the line above saved to the hosts file, now I just enter GARC in the
P3T TCP/IP address box with 1024 for the port.

Lee-KU4OS

----- Original Message -----
From: "Gunther Meisse" <gjmouse@neo.rr.com>
To: <amsat-bb@AMSAT.Org>
Sent: Monday, April 30, 2001 19:15 PM
Subject: [amsat-bb] P3T over the internet


> Here I go again. Yes, I understand that AO40Rcv only hears audio from your
> soundcard or the soundcard audio sent down the Internet.
> Now, P3T wants a 400BPS PSK signal received in a serial port of the CPU
from
> a Demodulator such as the G3RUH box. Now then, I don't know if his card is
> an exterior box or goes in a slot of the CPU, but in any event, the
incoming
> signal would be from your receiver tracking AO-40. How do you get the
> internet delivered signal from Goddard to his, or anyone else's, Demod?
> 73
> Gunther Meisse
> W8GSM
>
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