can the n3fjp logging program be used with maestro remotely?

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My Maestro is in another location connected remotely to the 6300 via version 2 smart SDR. Can I use the N3FJP logging software with Maestro remotely to back fill frequency-mode...etc? Version 2 remote software does work great including CW. Worth the wait!
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James Kennedy-WU5E

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this might be a question for Scott N3FJP

Jim Wu5e waiting for a FLEX 6600
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KY6LA - Howard, Elmer

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Well I’m not familiar with the software, if it gets frequency data from CAT then SmartLink should be able to send it over SmartLink CAT
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You cannot load and run third-party applications on the Maestro.  If you want to run any logging program when using Maestro regardless if you are running remotely via SmartLink or not, it will require a separate PC to run the logging program.  If the PC is on the same LAN as the radio, then CAT is used in the normal manner.  If you are operating remotely via SmartLink, you have to log in to your SmartLink account using the CAT interface and then you can access your radio via CAT.
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Robert Kearbey

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I would sure like to get my radio home from flex. Have a new 50 amp power supply got the station. My maestro and I would like our 6400M to come home.
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Gary, KE8O

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ACLog uses the Flex API for rig information.