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 Subject :D-RATS.. 2012-01-24- 17:29:27 
KV4I
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On 1/24/12, Marty, W9OV and I sucessfully passed D-RATs traffic between two HSMM-MESH nodes. Here's the setup we used:

HSMM-MESH node KV4I-100 hosted a D-RATS Repeater Proxy (AKA a RatFlector) running on a laptop connected to one of the 4 LAN KV4I-100 LAN ports. The RatFlector is part of the standard D-RATs install available from d-rats.com. The RatFlector settings were left at the default settings to accept incoming connections, to trust localhost and to use Port 9000. The only configuration changed was to assign a Repeater Callsign.

KV4I-100 Port Forwarding was enabled for the WiFi interface TCP traffic with outside and LAN ports set to 9000.

We also ran an instance of D-RATs on the laptop running the RatFlector and on a second computer which was connected to the second LAN port on KV4I-100.

On W9OV-100, we connected a laptop computer to one of the 4 LAN ports and launched D-RATs. In the D-RATS Config screen (File\Preferences\Radio) we added a port (name should be the Repeater callsign so you know what's on the port, type = Network, Host Address = KV4I-100, port = 9000).

There was no need to advertise the service at either node and no need to enable port forwarding on W9OV-100.

It worked fine.

Mark KV4I


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 Subject :Re:D-RATS.. 2018-01-22- 02:32:55 
Va2skp
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can you make a guide as to how to setup the mesh for using d-rats?
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