[pskmail] Re: Quit cfm

  • From: John Douyere <vk2eta@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: pskmail@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Wed, 4 Nov 2009 19:51:06 +1100

Hello Darko,

Can you gzip the server's fldigi log and post it here as an attachment, or
send it directly to <mycallsign> at gmail dot com.

Best regards,

John (VK2ETA)

2009/11/4 9A3LI <9a3li@xxxxxxxxxxx>

>
>  To assist with the reproduction of the problem, can you tell me if the
>> server send a series (about 5 or 6) status frames after the failed "quit"
>> message before going silent, or it just stays silent and does not try to
>> send the status blocks?
>>
>
> Server is "quiet", nothing happend. Client is "listening", lost connection
> and server dont know that.
>
>
>
>> A status block has and "s" in the third position after the <SOH>like
>> <SOH>??s???XXXX<EOT>
>>
>>
> FLdigi log at that time:
>
> TX (2009-11-02 21:48Z): <US><SOH>0%k9A1CRA:24 9A3LI-1:1024
> 5D356<SOH>0%s   614B<EOT>
> RX (2009-11-02 21:48Z):
> RX (2009-11-02 21:48Z):
> RX (2009-11-02 21:49Z): <SOH>00c9A7AOF-9:1024 9A1CRA:24 56007<EOT>
> RX (2009-11-02 21:49Z): <SI>
> RX (2009-11-02 21:49Z): <DC3>eie9A7A<9A1C E3<EOT>
> RX (2009-11-02 21:50Z):     <SOH>00u9A6DNO:26
> !4538.95N/01608.05Eyjpskmail 0.3.870FB<EOT>
> RX (2009-11-02 21:50Z):     ee
> TX (2009-11-02 21:50Z): <US><SOH>QSL 9A6DNO de 9A1CRA 07E4<EOT><EOT>
> RX (2009-11-02 21:50Z): <SOH>00c9A7AOF-9:1024 9A1CRA:24 56007<EOT>
> RX (2009-11-02 21:50Z):  <SOH>00u9A3LI-1:26
> !4618.00N/01606.00E-PSKmail V 1.07F28<EOT>
> RX (2009-11-02 21:51Z):
> TX (2009-11-02 21:51Z): <US><SOH>QSL 9A3LI-1 de 9A1CRA 2D26<EOT><EOT>
> RX (2009-11-02 21:51Z): <SOH>00u9A7A-9><9A1CbAE2
> RX (2009-11-02 21:51Z): f<SOH>00u9A3LI-1:25 9a3li@xxxxxxxxxxx test
> 123456789
> RX (2009-11-02 21:51Z): <EOT>
> RX (2009-11-02 21:51Z):
> TX (2009-11-02 21:52Z): <US><SOH>00u9A1CRA:71 C17E<EOT>
>
> All log I can send you on your email or leave it somewhere.
>
>
>
>
>> In the mean time, can you try to not use ids at the end of the call sign
>> to
>> see if you get the same result. For example in the client replace 9A7AOF-9
>> with 9A7AOF.
>>
>
> OK, we will try without SSID
>
> 73!
>
> Darko
> 9A3LI
>
>

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