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I think it's the "MSK144" mode.
Switched over to Multicast but no help. Notice the band and mode are still not found.
Any other suggestions?
On 13/04/2021 10:40 am, Bill Barrett
1.) Running 8 instances of WSJT-X and JTAlert. Receiving
UDP Comm Failure on instance 8.
Each instance of WSJT-X has a unique UDP Port number.
2.) Instance #1 does not always display the Band and Mode.
3.) If all 8 instances of WSJT-X are up and starting
JTAlert instances, JTAlert sometimes misses an instance of
WSJT-X. Best to start one instance of WSJT-X along with
JTAlert and go on until all 8 instances are up.
The new call window is very flexible.
I suggest you move over to using UDP multicast for the WSJT-X UDP
Server settings. With multicast there is no need for unique ports,
all instances can use the same port.
As for auto-starting WSJT-X, you could try adding in an additional
delay for each startup entry. Alternatively, setup a batch file to
start WSJT-X then JTAlert followed by a pause and repeat that for
the additional instance pairs.
de Laurie VK3AMA