[pskmail] Re: Problems with Server - Client

  • From: "DAVID GRAY" <kf4wbs@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <pskmail@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sat, 5 Nov 2011 03:55:47 -0500

ROBERT

INSTALL THE JPSKMAIL CLIENT 1.4 FROM PSKMAIL.ORG
BELOW ON THE DOWNLOAD LIST THERE IS A BETA7  JAVAPSKMAIL.JAR FILE
DOWNLOAD THAT FILE

GO TO PROGRAM FILES IN WINDOWS  OR JPSKMAIL FOLDER IN LINUX AND REPLACE THE 
EXISTING .JAR FILE WITH THE ONE YOU JUST DOWNLOADED

DAVID   KF4WBS 



From: Robert Krasowski 
Sent: Friday, November 04, 2011 22:00
To: pskmail@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 
Subject: [pskmail] Re: Problems with Server - Client


Thanks Rein, I will try to install client but where is the 1.4b7 ?? in 
pskmail.org??
The version there is jPSKmail_Beta-Linux-x86... is that's the one??
Thanks again 

Robert 

KB2PNM 






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From: Rein Couperus <rein@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: pskmail@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Sent: Friday, November 4, 2011 7:47 PM
Subject: [pskmail] Re: Problems with Server - Client


Install jPSKmail-1.4b7

The mode list which is produced is the old 'default' mode list (AModes).

As I have killed the discrimination of US calls in 1.4b1 (the server checked 
for W/K/N calls) 
you  have to use the latest beta to be compatible...

I can easily add the call check again on the server iif you like, as soon as I 
have time...
I am presently porting the C++ MFSK modems to java...

Rein PA0R




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  Von: "Robert Krasowski" <rkrasowski@xxxxxxxxx>
  Gesendet: Nov 5, 2011 12:31:19 AM
  An: "pskmail@xxxxxxxxxxxxx" <pskmail@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  Betreff: [pskmail] Re: Problems with Server - Client


  Here we go some more interesting logs : CO3VT connected to me today and here 
what I see::


  23:11 UTC Nov-4-2011: > Connect: CO3VT:1024 KB2PNM:24 8

  Using default modePSK500R=
  We don't know that mode - asymlink reset to 0
  Final connect status:  Asymmetric link:0 , tx mode: default , rx mode: default
  23:11 UTC Nov-4-2011: Added CO3VT to link list
  CO3VT->KB2PNM
  23:11 UTC Nov-4-2011: Send>APRS-IS:KB2PNM>PSKAPR,TCPIP*::PSKAPR   :GATING 
CO3VT

  MAXIDLE=10.8233724140352
  4 acks left...
  23:11 UTC Nov-4-2011: Added CO3VT to link list
  CO3VT->KB2PNM
  23:11 UTC Nov-4-2011: Send>APRS-IS:KB2PNM>PSKAPR,TCPIP*::PSKAPR   :GATING 
CO3VT

  MAXIDLE=10.8233724140352
  23:11 UTC Nov-4-2011: 
Send>APRS-IS:KB2PNM>PSKAPR:@042311z3543.59NP07948.71W&PSKmail 1.4.12  Server & 
BoatLink 10.148MHz & 14.111MHz

  3 acks left...
  23:12 UTC Nov-4-2011: Added CO3VT to link list
  CO3VT->KB2PNM
  23:12 UTC Nov-4-2011: Send>APRS-IS:KB2PNM>PSKAPR,TCPIP*::PSKAPR   :GATING 
CO3VT

  MAXIDLE=10.8233724140352
  2 acks left...
  23:12 UTC Nov-4-2011: Added CO3VT to link list
  CO3VT->KB2PNM
  23:12 UTC Nov-4-2011: Send>APRS-IS:KB2PNM>PSKAPR,TCPIP*::PSKAPR   :GATING 
CO3VT

  MAXIDLE=10.8233724140352
  23:12 UTC Nov-4-2011: > Status : last=0 good=0 end=0 missing=
  Server's rx s2n: 49.5 , averaged: 49.8333333333333 
  Client's rx s2n: 100 , averaged: 66.6666666666667 
  TX=default , RX=default , T=0 LQ=6 BL=5
  OK, Status received
  ~ABORTSEND
  23:12 UTC Nov-4-2011: Call CO3VT o.k.
  23:12 UTC Nov-4-2011: Connected to CO3VT
  Stationname =CO3VT
  Mail count =-1
  ::
  KB2PNM 1.4.12-23:12:39-IM1052>
  Cannot find any mail



  23:12 UTC Nov-4-2011: > Status : last=0 good=2 end=2 missing=
  Server's rx s2n: 15.8 , averaged: 38.4888888888889 
  Client's rx s2n: 100 , averaged: 77.7777777777778 
  TX=default , RX=default , T=0 LQ=4 BL=5
  23:13 UTC Nov-4-2011: > Status : last=0 good=2 end=2 missing=
  Server's rx s2n: 42.2 , averaged: 39.7259259259259 
  Client's rx s2n: 100 , averaged: 85.1851851851852 
  Try Turbo upgrade of TX mode
  TX=default , RX=default , T=0 LQ=0 BL=5
  23:13 UTC Nov-4-2011: > Status : last=0 good=2 end=2 missing=
  Server's rx s2n: 96.5 , averaged: 58.6506172839506 
  Client's rx s2n: 100 , averaged: 90.1234567901235 
  Try Turbo upgrade of TX mode
  TX=default , RX=default , T=0 LQ=0 BL=6
  23:13 UTC Nov-4-2011: > Status : last=0 good=2 end=2 missing=
  Server's rx s2n: 83.5 , averaged: 66.9337448559671 


  And second part with some errors:

  TX=default , RX=default , T=0 LQ=0 BL=6
  ~LISTFILES
  ::
  Your_files: 60
  pings.log 2011-11-04 19:11 227
  wwv.txt 2011-11-04 17:05 576

  -end-

  23:21 UTC Nov-4-2011: > Status : last=5 good=31 end=33 missing=@
  Server's rx s2n: 82.8 , averaged: 66.0572182474771 
  Client's rx s2n: 100 , averaged: 99.9970298403969 
  Use of uninitialized value $lengthlastframe in numeric gt (>) at 
/usr/local/share/pskmail_server/arq.pm line 4925.
  TX=default , RX=default , T=1 LQ=0 BL=6
  23:21 UTC Nov-4-2011: > Status : last=5 good=33 end=33 missing=B
  Server's rx s2n: 78 , averaged: 70.038145498318 
  Client's rx s2n: 100 , averaged: 99.9980198935979 
  Use of uninitialized value $lengthlastframe in numeric gt (>) at 
/usr/local/share/pskmail_server/arq.pm line 4925.
  Try Turbo upgrade of TX mode
  TX=default , RX=default , T=0 LQ=0 BL=6
  23:21 UTC Nov-4-2011: > Status : last=5 good=33 end=33 missing=B
  Server's rx s2n: 77 , averaged: 72.3587636655454 
  Client's rx s2n: 100 , averaged: 99.9986799290653 
  Use of uninitialized value $lengthlastframe in numeric gt (>) at 
/usr/local/share/pskmail_server/arq.pm line 4925.
  Try Turbo upgrade of TX mode
  TX=default , RX=default , T=0 LQ=0 BL=6
  23:21 UTC Nov-4-2011: > Status : last=5 good=33 end=33 missing=B
  Server's rx s2n: 76.7 , averaged: 73.8058424436969 
  Client's rx s2n: 100 , averaged: 99.9991199527102 
  Use of uninitialized value $lengthlastframe in numeric gt (>) at 
/usr/local/share/pskmail_server/arq.pm line 4925.
  Try Turbo upgrade of TX mode
  TX=default , RX=default , T=0 LQ=0 BL=6
  23:21 UTC Nov-4-2011: 
Send>APRS-IS:KB2PNM>PSKAPR:@042321z3543.59NP07948.71W&PSKmail 1.4.12  Server & 
BoatLink 10.148MHz & 14.111MHz




  Again I see problem with initial server TX mode, it is set up at default,
  Also during  the QSO there errors with undefined version $lengthastframe. Any 
way to correct this??

  By the way I reinstall my server, I also reinstall my client, and tried two 
diffrent laptops with jPSKmail 1.4.
  Always the same result: client calling with request :  KB2PNM-6:1024 
KB2PNM:24 785b4321

  Hmm, interesting
  Any advice??
  Thanks
  Robert
  KB2PNM



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  From: Robert Krasowski <rkrasowski@xxxxxxxxx>
  To: "pskmail@xxxxxxxxxxxxx" <pskmail@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  Sent: Friday, November 4, 2011 4:12 PM
  Subject: [pskmail] Re: Problems with Server - Client


  Thanks John, 

  so from what I understand 785b... on connect call from client  is request of 
the client to server to respond in PSK500 mode which is outside the list, is 
that correct??

  problem is that no matter how I set up my client it sends :
  KB2PNM-6:1024 KB2PNM:24 785b4321
  I updated my server again with Modes (default is PSK250) In Prepare def. I 
have PSK250,PSK250R,PSK125R,MFSK32,THOR22,MFSK16,THOR8.
  Modes are Mail/APRS and PSK250
  So I do not know how to set up request from client for PSK250??

  Am I the only one having problem like this??

  Robert
  KB2PNM





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  From: John Douyere <vk2eta@xxxxxxxxx>
  To: pskmail@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  Sent: Friday, November 4, 2011 3:13 PM
  Subject: [pskmail] Re: Problems with Server - Client


  Hi Robert,

  There are two issues there:

  1. The clientś connect string is not consistent as it requests a start-up 
mode outside of the list of modes it wants. This is the line saying:

  17:46 UTC Nov-4-2011: > Connect: KB2PNM-6:1024 KB2PNM:24 785b4321

  Ignoring the last 4 characters that make up the checksum, the mode list is 
85b but the startup mode is 7 which is outside of the 85b list.

  So I suspect that either on the client there has been a change of the list of 
modes which has not been updated before choosing the default mode, OR that just 
before connection a mode was selected from the drop down menu that was outside 
of the mode list.

  Either way, this is a condition that should be managed by the application 
before sending a connect.

  In the mean time, can you try going back to the preferences in the client and 
re-do an update of the list and re-select the default mode. I suspect that 
should fix the issue.

  Rein, Per,

  In the Android version if I encounter that condition (default mode outside of 
list of modes) I adjust the startup mode to the lowest mode to ensure a 
reliable connection and then let the system adjust back up afterwards. Plus I 
alert the operator of that situation.

  Maybe a similar logic could be applied or a pop-up windows requesting 
adjustment be presented in that situation.

  2. The line saying Cannot connect to server socket err = No such file or 
directory: I don;t know where that is coming from but it did not seem to create 
an issue as all the exchanges with Fldigi and the APRS networked seem to have 
completed correctly.

  Regards,

  John



  On Sat, Nov 5, 2011 at 5:03 AM, Robert Krasowski <rkrasowski@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

    HI,
    This is very frustrating......

    Still testing Server and Client

    Server 1.4.12
    Client jPSKmail 1.4


    My frq.txt file :

    10148000,10148000,10148000,14111000,14111000,
    10148000,10148000,10148000,14111000,14111000,
    10148000,10148000,10148000,14111000,14111000,
    10148000,10148000,10148000,14111000,14111000,
    10148000,10148000,10148000,14111000,14111000,
    10148000,10148000,10148000,14111000,14111000,
    10148000,10148000,10148000,14111000,14111000,
    10148000,10148000,10148000,14111000,14111000,
    10148000,10148000,10148000,14111000,14111000,
    10148000,10148000,10148000,14111000,14111000,
    10148000,10148000,10148000,14111000,14111000,
    10148000,10148000,10148000,14111000,14111000,
    10148000,10148000,10148000,14111000,14111000,
    10148000,10148000,10148000,14111000,14111000,
    10148000,10148000,10148000,14111000,14111000,
    10148000,10148000,10148000,14111000,14111000,
    10148000,10148000,10148000,14111000,14111000,
    10148000,10148000,10148000,14111000,14111000,
    10148000,10148000,10148000,14111000,14111000,
    10148000,10148000,10148000,14111000,14111000,
    10148000,10148000,10148000,14111000,14111000,
    10148000,10148000,10148000,14111000,14111000,
    10148000,10148000,10148000,14111000,14111000,
    10148000,10148000,10148000,14111000,14111000,
    PSK250,PSK250,PSK250,PSK250,PSK250,




    And here is what I am getting while turning on my server and try to connect 
( there is CO3VT there that was linking as well ) :


    ### Server v. Pskmail_server 1.4.12. (C) 2011 PA0R
    17:44 UTC Nov-4-2011: Program start
    17:44 UTC Nov-4-2011: Connected to netherlands.aprs2.net port 1314
    Cannot connect to server socket err = No such file or directory
    Cannot connect to server socket
    jack server is not running or cannot be started
    POS=35N:079W
    Outside BigEar geo area...
    BigEar serverport:10148
    BigEar not available
    Scanning: 10148000,10148000,10148000,14111000,14111000,
    Offset = 0 minute(s)
    Pskmodes:PSK250,PSK250,PSK250,PSK250,PSK250,
    .
    17:44 UTC Nov-4-2011: 
    Listening to the radio
    initialized
    I: ParseMode: ARQ new modem set to PSK500R
    17:44 UTC Nov-4-2011: 
Send>APRS-IS:KB2PNM>PSKAPR:@041744z3543.59NP07948.71W&PSKmail 1.4.12  Server & 
BoatLink 10.148MHz & 14.111MHz

    I: ParseMode: ARQ new modem set to PSK250
    17:44 UTC Nov-4-2011: 
Send>APRS-IS:KB2PNM>PSKAPR:@041744z3543.59NP07948.71W&PSKmail 1.4.12  Server & 
BoatLink 10.148MHz & 14.111MHz

    I: ParseMode: ARQ new modem set to PSK250
    I: apply: RSID: BPSK250 @ 1017 Hz
    17:45 UTC Nov-4-2011: > Unproto: CO3VT><KB2PNM 

    17:45 UTC Nov-4-2011: Added CO3VT to list
    NEW ROUTE:CO3VT
    TIME=1320428713
    CO3VT->KB2PNM
    17:45 UTC Nov-4-2011: Send>APRS-IS:KB2PNM>PSKAPR,TCPIP*::PSKAPR   :GATING 
CO3VT

    I: apply: RSID: BPSK250 @ 1012 Hz
    Message_out:
    00uKB2PNM<>CO3VT F2E2
    -
    I: ParseMode: ARQ new modem set to PSK250
    I: apply: RSID: BPSK250 @ 1007 Hz
    I: ParseMode: ARQ new modem set to PSK250
    17:46 UTC Nov-4-2011: > Connect: KB2PNM-6:1024 KB2PNM:24 785b4321

    Use of uninitialized value $newtxmodenumber in numeric lt (<) at 
/usr/local/share/pskmail_server/arq.pm line 4857.
    Use of uninitialized value $newtxmodenumber in numeric gt (>) at 
/usr/local/share/pskmail_server/arq.pm line 4857.
    Use of uninitialized value $newtxmodenumber in array element at 
/usr/local/share/pskmail_server/arq.pm line 4865.
    Use of uninitialized value $newtxmodenumber in print at 
/usr/local/share/pskmail_server/arq.pm line 4870.
    Final connect status:  Asymmetric link:1 , tx mode: default , rx mode: 
PSK250
    Use of uninitialized value $speed in scalar chomp at 
/usr/local/share/pskmail_server/arq.pm line 4778.
    Use of uninitialized value in array element at 
/usr/local/share/pskmail_server/arq.pm line 5361.
    17:46 UTC Nov-4-2011: Added KB2PNM-6 to link list
    KB2PNM-6->KB2PNM
    17:46 UTC Nov-4-2011: Send>APRS-IS:KB2PNM>PSKAPR,TCPIP*::PSKAPR   :GATING 
KB2PNM-6

    MAXIDLE=10.8701248168945
    I: ParseMode: ARQ new modem set to PSK250
    17:46 UTC Nov-4-2011: > Status : last=0 good=0 end=0 missing=
    Server's rx s2n: 97.7 , averaged: 65.9 
    Use of uninitialized value $speed in scalar chomp at 
/usr/local/share/pskmail_server/arq.pm line 4778.
    Client's rx s2n: 100 , averaged: 66.6666666666667 
    Use of uninitialized value $currenttxmode in array element at 
/usr/local/share/pskmail_server/arq.pm line 3788.
    Use of uninitialized value $currentmodenumber in array element at 
/usr/local/share/pskmail_server/arq.pm line 4920.
    Use of uninitialized value $currentmodenumber in numeric lt (<) at 
/usr/local/share/pskmail_server/arq.pm line 4925.
    TX=default , RX=PSK250 , T=0 LQ=0 BL=5
    Use of uninitialized value $currenttxmode in string ne at 
/usr/local/share/pskmail_server/arq.pm line 3852.
    Use of uninitialized value $currentmodenumber in array element at 
/usr/local/share/pskmail_server/arq.pm line 4920.
    Use of uninitialized value $currentmodenumber in numeric lt (<) at 
/usr/local/share/pskmail_server/arq.pm line 4925.
    OK, Status received
    ~ABORTSEND
    17:46 UTC Nov-4-2011: Call KB2PNM-6 o.k.
    17:46 UTC Nov-4-2011: Connected to KB2PNM-6
    Stationname =KB2PNM-6
    Mail count =4
    ::
    KB2PNM 1.4.12-17:46:35-IM1414>
    4 mails.



    Use of uninitialized value $speed in scalar chomp at 
/usr/local/share/pskmail_server/arq.pm line 4778.
    Use of uninitialized value in numeric gt (>) at 
/usr/local/share/pskmail_server/rflinkserver.pl line 3783.
    I: ParseMode: ARQ new modem set to PSK250
    17:46 UTC Nov-4-2011: > Data:  1
    ~Mp1167,

    17:46 UTC Nov-4-2011: > Status : last=1 good=1 end=1 missing=
    Server's rx s2n: 98.2 , averaged: 76.6666666666667 
    Use of uninitialized value $speed in scalar chomp at 
/usr/local/share/pskmail_server/arq.pm line 4778.
    Client's rx s2n: 100 , averaged: 77.7777777777778 
    Use of uninitialized value $currenttxmode in array element at 
/usr/local/share/pskmail_server/arq.pm line 3788.
    Use of uninitialized value $currentmodenumber in array element at 
/usr/local/share/pskmail_server/arq.pm line 4920.
    Use of uninitialized value $currentmodenumber in numeric lt (<) at 
/usr/local/share/pskmail_server/arq.pm line 4925.
    TX=default , RX=PSK250 , T=0 LQ=2 BL=6
    ~Mp1167,
    OK:1
    ::Auth ok...

    I: ParseMode: ARQ new modem set to PSK250
    Use of uninitialized value $speed in scalar chomp at 
/usr/local/share/pskmail_server/arq.pm line 4778.
    Use of uninitialized value in numeric gt (>) at 
/usr/local/share/pskmail_server/rflinkserver.pl line 3783.
    17:46 UTC Nov-4-2011: > Status : last=1 good=2 end=2 missing=
    Server's rx s2n: 97.8 , averaged: 83.7111111111111 
    Use of uninitialized value $speed in scalar chomp at 
/usr/local/share/pskmail_server/arq.pm line 4778.
    Client's rx s2n: 100 , averaged: 85.1851851851852 
    Use of uninitialized value $currenttxmode in array element at 
/usr/local/share/pskmail_server/arq.pm line 3788.
    Use of uninitialized value $currentmodenumber in array element at 
/usr/local/share/pskmail_server/arq.pm line 4920.
    Use of uninitialized value $currentmodenumber in numeric lt (<) at 
/usr/local/share/pskmail_server/arq.pm line 4925.
    Try Turbo upgrade of TX mode
    TX=default , RX=PSK250 , T=0 LQ=0 BL=6
    Use of uninitialized value $currenttxmode in string ne at 
/usr/local/share/pskmail_server/arq.pm line 3852.
    Use of uninitialized value $currentmodenumber in array element at 
/usr/local/share/pskmail_server/arq.pm line 4920.
    Use of uninitialized value $currentmodenumber in numeric lt (<) at 
/usr/local/share/pskmail_server/arq.pm line 4925.
    Use of uninitialized value $speed in scalar chomp at 
/usr/local/share/pskmail_server/arq.pm line 4778.
    Use of uninitialized value in addition (+) at 
/usr/local/share/pskmail_server/arq.pm line 4797.
    Up-speed to TX:THOR8 , RX: PSK250
    I: ParseMode: ARQ new modem set to THOR8
    I: ParseMode: ARQ new modem set to PSK250
    17:47 UTC Nov-4-2011: > Status : last=1 good=2 end=2 missing=
    Server's rx s2n: 98.2 , averaged: 88.5407407407408 
    Upgrading RX speed 
    Client's rx s2n: 100 , averaged: 66.6666666666667 
    TX=THOR8 , RX=PSK250 , T=0 LQ=0 BL=5
    I: ParseMode: ARQ new modem set to THOR8
    I: ParseMode: ARQ new modem set to PSK250
    I: ParseMode: ARQ new modem set to PSK250
    2 Sending poll with havesoh: 0, maxidle: 10.3565583825111, Shortidle: 
8.30987644195557, currentidle: 9 
    Set retry mode to TX=THOR8 , RX=PSK250R
    I: ParseMode: ARQ new modem set to THOR8


    Hmm, interesting and  idea what is the problem ??

    Robert
    KB2PNM

   

   




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