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Dax prolem?

peterpeter Member
Jut come back to flex, with a 6400 and downloaded version 3 and i find I have about 24 various tx and only 2 tx dax, i thought this was fixed in the last update or is this now correct

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  • peterpeter Member
    edited November 2019
    Also tried to put a help ticket in but it doesn't seem to be working
  • Jim  KJ7SJim KJ7S Member ✭✭
    edited January 26
    Pete,  as a default install of SSDR, you will find 8 Dax rx, 8 reserve Dax rx, usually 1 tx, 1 reserve tx and, if memory serves, 4 Dax IQ, and maybe 4 reserve Dax IQ on the system. In my case I am running the 6300, so I don't need or use all of them, so I usually disable the ones I do not use to lower the possibility of 'hanging' the system. I suspect the 6400 is similar but again, I am not too familiar with it's specifics. The 6300 only uses two of the eight(s) and so the rest are disabled and maybe two of the IQ streams. The 'Reserved" items are meant for internal use so are usually not directly used by the User per se.  Good luck and welcome back!  Jim
  • peterpeter Member
    edited November 2019
    Problem solved and self inflicted….hadn't checked I had the dax stream running, amazing how much you forget in a few months

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