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No, both MJEF and MMJY are unreliable for me. Both send a disconnect packet to K0SI-10 from "KE5SUI-15" which I did not send.
Sometimes, everything is fine. Most times it fails in the middle of a transfer with my winlink client sitting there waiting for a response which will never come because MMJY or MJEF have sent a disconnect command to K0SI-10.
Just to make sure I understand. From your Jeff work place VHF to K0SI-10 is not good through MJEF. But from your home via MMJY to K0SI-10 is functioning. (At least that is my experience).
On Sun, Sep 20, 2020 at 6:14 PM Ryan Raney <ryanraney@...
Thanks for the testing you've done. Unfortunately I can't figure out where things are messing up. I'm not sure if it's winlink sending a command mmjy/mjef running TheNet X-1J4 are interpreting incorrectly or what. If i just do simple packet connections to KE5SUI-14 through MMJY/MMJY6/MJEF6/MJEF I have no problems, but with winlink MJEF and MMJY send a disconnect command to K0SI-10 or KE5SUI-10. Maybe it will be patched in a future release of Winlink, but i've had about enough troubleshooting of this so I'm going to give up on vhf winlink for now.