slice master install error

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I installed slice master today.
Run the program after installation
Nothing is displayed

What is the problem?


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gonggwi kim

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gonggwi kim

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Why is it so difficult?
I've been searching here for five hours.
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gonggwi kim

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My pc OS is Win 7 32bit..
The radio is located 300 kilometers from my PC.
Radio : Flex 6400
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Charlie Rubenstein KB8CR

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Are you running a VPN between the two locations? The software (SliceMaster and/or DDutil) need to be on the same LAN segment as the physical radio as far as I know.
I run SoftEther to the LAN where the rig is.
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Slice Master is not connecting to your radio.  This is usually a firewall problem.  When you first ran Slice Master, Windows should have asked you to grant network access to Slice Master.  If you missed the question or denied access Slice Master wont be able to connect.  If you are running remote you could also see this problem.  Slice Master does not support SmartLink so must run on the same local network as the radio.

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Please post your operating system and your radio here to make it easier for us to help you.
How is your radio connected to your pc and router? Have you set a static IP in your router?

73, Alex
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Charlie Rubenstein KB8CR

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It needs to be on the same LAN segment as the radio .

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You're right ...
I knew it now.
thank

Is there a way to solve this problem?   VPN ??
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Alex - DH2ID, Elmer

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Connect your radio and your router to a switch. That should work. You don't need VPN-