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FRStack3 Questions: UDP and Command Line Inputs
I am using FRStack with my new to me Palstar HF-Auto and W1TR’s HF-Auto Application.
First I set up TX PTT inhibit in FRStack3 to inhibit the TX PTT when the Flex is in tune. This is for the Palstar Amp PTT input to give the Tuner time to work.
Second, I set up the FRStack UDP to broadcast frequency data to W1TR’s HF-Auto.
I am using Flex SDR version 3.1.8.
All went well with only one client contacted to the Flex Server. When I connected the second client, I wanted the UDP broadcasts from FRStack to be aligned with the second client, slice #1. I thought by selecting the second client in the FRStack3 client selector pulldown, this would have shifted the source of the UDP broadcasts to that client. It does not apparently work that way?
Question - In FRStack3, how do I align the UDP broadcast option to the client/slice I desire?
Unrelated question - In FRStack3 help file, there are options discussed that say to use the “command line” to set up. How do I acmes the command line to use these options?
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