[amsat-bb] Update: Falconsat-3 Wisp Error NO -5
glasbrenner at mindspring.com
Wed Dec 27 19:43:06 UTC 2017
Edson sent this to the list back on 10/20:
"Thank you to everyone that has contacted me privately.
Last night I installed Windows 7 32-bits and WISP on a virtual machine and
to my surprise, the problem I have been having persisted. After a lot of
hair pulling (not much left anyway) and investigation, I found that the
culprit was neither Windows nor WISP. It was the serial to TCP bridge HW VSP
software. If the NVT option of HW VSP is enabled, it inserts some control
data in the data stream when it finds some pattern on the input data stream.
In the case of a dir fill, it was introducing three 0xFF bytes right in
middle of the KISS frame. This was being sent over AX.25 to
Falconsat-3 and was the cause of the "NO -5" error.
I've tested requesting a dir fill during the last pass here and Falconsat-3
replied with a nice "OK PY2SDR"! Now let's grab some headers and try to
upload a small file.
73, Edson PY2SDR"
Hope this helps.
73, Drew KO4MA
From: AMSAT-BB [mailto:amsat-bb-bounces at amsat.org] On Behalf Of Tony
Sent: Wednesday, December 27, 2017 2:39 PM
To: amsat-bb at amsat.org
Subject: [amsat-bb] Update: Falconsat-3 Wisp Error NO -5
Still getting the Wisp error message: "Directory request error NO -5"
after uninstalling the program. There must be traces of Wisp left in the
registry so the next step is to do a thorough deletion.
The only reference to this error in the amsat-bb archives points to the
"Test for SMACK" setting which is unchecked. Apparently, the nature of the
error has something to do with directory requests so I'm wondering if
there's a way to solve the problem via Wisp housekeeping?
Any suggestions before I go through a tedious deletion process?
> Wisp is showing the following error when accessing Falconsat-3:
> "Directory request error NO -5 K2MO"
> I searched the archives and it seems this error takes place if the
parameter "Test for SMACK TNC" is checked which is not the case here.
> Any suggestions?
> Tony -K2MO
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