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 Subject :How To Configure Mesh Nodes for N1MM and N3FJP Video.. 2012-07-16- 09:03:14 
WK5DX
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YouTube Link to the 13 minute How TO video

http://youtu.be/twVF_yo8RQU



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 Subject :Re:How To Configure Mesh Nodes for N1MM and N3FJP Video.. 2012-07-24- 10:08:41 
KC4BQK
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That was a good video. Thanks for the hard work. I need to look into making these videos also. 73 Jim KC4BQK
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 Subject :Re:Re:How To Configure Mesh Nodes for N1MM and N3FJP Video.. 2015-02-03- 10:40:30 
k6dlc
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Video is gone.
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 Subject :Re:How To Configure Mesh Nodes for N1MM and N3FJP Video.. 2015-02-04- 04:56:29 
WK5DX
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Sorry about the video being gone, but it was old and needs to be updated. The way that the network handles connections is better now and much easier to use. Also, N!MM has changed to the .NET Framework so I have some experimenting to do. 

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 Subject :Re:How To Configure Mesh Nodes for N1MM and N3FJP Video.. 2015-05-13- 08:46:05 
W4GHV
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How about at least some ideas on how to get started? :) Trying hard to get the N3FJM FD software going on two of the routers. Communication is fine between the routhers (using home pages) but no visibility on the Windows network file sharing. 73, Bo W4GHV
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 Subject :Re:How To Configure Mesh Nodes for N1MM and N3FJP Video.. 2015-05-18- 07:53:27 
AJ4TW
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I'm trying to sort out how to set up N1MM+ with BBHN. It's a little beyond me, I think. Any ideas?
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 Subject :Re:How To Configure Mesh Nodes for N1MM and N3FJP Video.. 2015-06-12- 14:31:52 
w1rgc
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Does anyone have any idea how to use N3FJP FD software over the mesh net?
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 Subject :Re:How To Configure Mesh Nodes for N1MM and N3FJP Video.. 2015-06-12- 16:03:15 
W4GHV
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Yep, I conquered it! I set the logging computer with a FIXED address on the router. Then on the other computers I set up the file share using the IP address and then it worked fine. Kinda cool, but took tons of time for this slow learner. 73, W4GHV
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 Subject :Re:How To Configure Mesh Nodes for N1MM and N3FJP Video.. 2015-06-13- 15:08:05 
w1rgc
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Thank you W4GHV for the quick response to my question. Sorry for the delay in responding the laptops are at the EOC and not easy to get to. I'm using two nodes and trying and trying to set up a N3FJP FD network. I tried setting up the static address on the laptop for the database. I set up the other the laptops, as you suggested using both Wi-Fi and wired connections. If I connected the laptops directly into the router then they were assigned IP addresses and worked. Laptops wired to the other node would not work. Wi-Fi does not appear to be issuing IP address. I hope someone has any other ideas. Again W4GHV thank you for your help.
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 Subject :Re:How To Configure Mesh Nodes for N1MM and N3FJP Video.. 2015-06-22- 14:23:32 
w1rgc
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W4GHV I was able to connect all of my clients to the server over the mesh network. Thank you for the information and the support. I have another question I am able to record data on the server database from each client, however the N3FJP network portion will not connect so I am not able to determine the status of the clients. I have tried both file sharing and TCP protocols. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thank you and 73 from W1RGC.
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