Notes from Kondoros

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Notes from Kondoros

Postby Administrator » Fri Jan 09, 2015 9:43 pm

Hi guys,

FYI - thanks to Kondoros for this post regarding connection to TT via Bluetooth ...

kondoros wrote:Trying to keep it as simple as possible...
I don't use the USB cable at all.
Step 1 : Radio connected with the TransTRBO program through Bluetooth (using default IP 192.168.11.2) = Program so far appears to work OK.
Step 2: Through this adapter (http://www.ebay.com/itm/Audio-Adaptor-f ... 2a3fd9a07b) I am sending audio to my soundcard.

I will test during the next few days the above setup and I 'll let you know if everything works as expected.
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Re: Notes from Kondoros

Postby criformello » Tue May 16, 2017 10:02 am

Hi,

Using Mototrbo the Bluethoot IP is 192.168.11.121
and i can easly read, write and clone.

When I open the configuration menu in TranstTurbo, under the USB/RADIO configuration,
I can choose between 2 adapers

1) 192.168.1.6 (That is my PC LAN CARD)

2) 192.168.11.1 (That is the bluethoot interface)
But I am not able to change the IP of the radio that it should be 192.168.11.121 and insted is giving 192.168.10.1
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How can I set the Radio Bluethoot IP ?

David

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Re: Notes from Kondoros

Postby Administrator » Thu May 18, 2017 3:42 am

Hi David,

IIRC you can change a Radio's IP using Motorola's CPS.
The Bluetooth IP is the Radios IP + 0.0.10.0
Other than that - you might be getting mixed up between an IP Address on your PC and the IP of the attached device's Gateway IP.
The Gateway IP is allocated/altered via CPS (Radio IP).

cheers
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