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"k7udr" <bhhoyer@...>
 

This is a quick screen shot of what the interface for winlink mail looks like. There will be more detail in the upcoming app note on the website.

Let's walk thru it.

When I sit at my home station doing RMS mail I typically have a TNC connected to the serial port/radio and the following windows open.

An email client
A console window to control connecting
A spreadsheet of local gateways containing frequency and other parameters

Now with the UDR 56K on the network I just open a browser window and point to the IP Address.

The email client is on another tab. It's neomail, a free webmail program but you could configure your regular email client to handle things.

The lower left frame is the control console. It's shell in a box and has sshed into the UDR. On shipping software, this will default to display only, but you can enable it in preferences and drive everything from the command line.

The right frame is also shell in a box running ax25spy. I love this feature. When I run airmail I can see the process but I can't see any other packet traffic. This way I get both at the same time. Think of it as a debug window.

And finally the upper left has a table which contains my local gateway info. The difference here is that it actually controls the radio, so all I have to do is click on a gateway and the frequency switching and connection is automatic. I can even check one or more gateways and have the system auto-connect to each of them in succesion.

You can export/import the table in csv format.

Lots more to come in the months ahead including multi-user login support.

Bryan

"k7udr" <bhhoyer@...>
 

The screen shot is in Files

--- In UniversalDigitalRadio@..., "k7udr" <bhhoyer@...> wrote:

This is a quick screen shot of what the interface for winlink mail looks like. There will be more detail in the upcoming app note on the website.

Let's walk thru it.

When I sit at my home station doing RMS mail I typically have a TNC connected to the serial port/radio and the following windows open.

An email client
A console window to control connecting
A spreadsheet of local gateways containing frequency and other parameters

Now with the UDR 56K on the network I just open a browser window and point to the IP Address.

The email client is on another tab. It's neomail, a free webmail program but you could configure your regular email client to handle things.

The lower left frame is the control console. It's shell in a box and has sshed into the UDR. On shipping software, this will default to display only, but you can enable it in preferences and drive everything from the command line.

The right frame is also shell in a box running ax25spy. I love this feature. When I run airmail I can see the process but I can't see any other packet traffic. This way I get both at the same time. Think of it as a debug window.

And finally the upper left has a table which contains my local gateway info. The difference here is that it actually controls the radio, so all I have to do is click on a gateway and the frequency switching and connection is automatic. I can even check one or more gateways and have the system auto-connect to each of them in succesion.

You can export/import the table in csv format.

Lots more to come in the months ahead including multi-user login support.

Bryan

Tyler Griffiths <tyler.griffiths@...>
 

I see no pictures...


On Thu, Jun 7, 2012 at 4:50 PM, k7udr <bhhoyer@...> wrote:
 

This is a quick screen shot of what the interface for winlink mail looks like. There will be more detail in the upcoming app note on the website.

Let's walk thru it.

When I sit at my home station doing RMS mail I typically have a TNC connected to the serial port/radio and the following windows open.

An email client
A console window to control connecting
A spreadsheet of local gateways containing frequency and other parameters

Now with the UDR 56K on the network I just open a browser window and point to the IP Address.

The email client is on another tab. It's neomail, a free webmail program but you could configure your regular email client to handle things.

The lower left frame is the control console. It's shell in a box and has sshed into the UDR. On shipping software, this will default to display only, but you can enable it in preferences and drive everything from the command line.

The right frame is also shell in a box running ax25spy. I love this feature. When I run airmail I can see the process but I can't see any other packet traffic. This way I get both at the same time. Think of it as a debug window.

And finally the upper left has a table which contains my local gateway info. The difference here is that it actually controls the radio, so all I have to do is click on a gateway and the frequency switching and connection is automatic. I can even check one or more gateways and have the system auto-connect to each of them in succesion.

You can export/import the table in csv format.

Lots more to come in the months ahead including multi-user login support.

Bryan




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Tyler Griffiths
N7UWX

See where I am:
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"k7udr" <bhhoyer@...>
 

Don't read too much into the table entries. That system was set up for software testing using an external 1200 TNC on my existing 220 Gateway.

--- In UniversalDigitalRadio@..., "k7udr" <bhhoyer@...> wrote:

This is a quick screen shot of what the interface for winlink mail looks like. There will be more detail in the upcoming app note on the website.

Let's walk thru it.

When I sit at my home station doing RMS mail I typically have a TNC connected to the serial port/radio and the following windows open.

An email client
A console window to control connecting
A spreadsheet of local gateways containing frequency and other parameters

Now with the UDR 56K on the network I just open a browser window and point to the IP Address.

The email client is on another tab. It's neomail, a free webmail program but you could configure your regular email client to handle things.

The lower left frame is the control console. It's shell in a box and has sshed into the UDR. On shipping software, this will default to display only, but you can enable it in preferences and drive everything from the command line.

The right frame is also shell in a box running ax25spy. I love this feature. When I run airmail I can see the process but I can't see any other packet traffic. This way I get both at the same time. Think of it as a debug window.

And finally the upper left has a table which contains my local gateway info. The difference here is that it actually controls the radio, so all I have to do is click on a gateway and the frequency switching and connection is automatic. I can even check one or more gateways and have the system auto-connect to each of them in succesion.

You can export/import the table in csv format.

Lots more to come in the months ahead including multi-user login support.

Bryan

"k7udr" <bhhoyer@...>
 

Look in Files

--- In UniversalDigitalRadio@..., Tyler Griffiths <tyler.griffiths@...> wrote:

I see no pictures...

On Thu, Jun 7, 2012 at 4:50 PM, k7udr <bhhoyer@...> wrote:

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This is a quick screen shot of what the interface for winlink mail looks
like. There will be more detail in the upcoming app note on the website.

Let's walk thru it.

When I sit at my home station doing RMS mail I typically have a TNC
connected to the serial port/radio and the following windows open.

An email client
A console window to control connecting
A spreadsheet of local gateways containing frequency and other parameters

Now with the UDR 56K on the network I just open a browser window and point
to the IP Address.

The email client is on another tab. It's neomail, a free webmail program
but you could configure your regular email client to handle things.

The lower left frame is the control console. It's shell in a box and has
sshed into the UDR. On shipping software, this will default to display
only, but you can enable it in preferences and drive everything from the
command line.

The right frame is also shell in a box running ax25spy. I love this
feature. When I run airmail I can see the process but I can't see any other
packet traffic. This way I get both at the same time. Think of it as a
debug window.

And finally the upper left has a table which contains my local gateway
info. The difference here is that it actually controls the radio, so all I
have to do is click on a gateway and the frequency switching and connection
is automatic. I can even check one or more gateways and have the system
auto-connect to each of them in succesion.

You can export/import the table in csv format.

Lots more to come in the months ahead including multi-user login support.

Bryan




--
Tyler Griffiths
N7UWX

See where I am:
http://map.findu.com/n7uwx-12

John Ronan <jpronans@...>
 

On 07/06/12 23:54, k7udr wrote:
The screen shot is in Files

Thanks for that.

John
EI7IG