Sound Card Packet  with AGWPE

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Most recent AGWPE version is:  2013.415  15 Apr 2013

Computer requirements
Packet Engine Pro

Configure AGWPE
Download and Install
Basic AGWPE Setup
2 Radio Setup
2 Card Setup

Sound Device Setup
Basic Device Settings
Rename Sound Device
Additional Settings
Using the Tuning Aid

Program Behavior

AGWPE Features
AGWPE on a Network
Baud Rates & Modes
Remote Control
TCP/IP Over Radio
Tips and Tricks
Traffic Parameters

Compatible Programs:
Setup Help

Radio Interface
Getting Started
Kits and Pre-assembled
USB SignaLink
Receive Audio Cable
Transmit Audio Cable
PTT (TX Control) Cable
2 Radio Modification

About Packet
Packet Overview
Exchange Modes
What To Do with Packet
Common Frequencies
Frame Headers
Further Reading

AGWPE and Firewalls

Most computer users now have either a firewall program -- such as Windows' Firewall  or ZoneAlarm - and/or a firewall within their network router. These may restrict TCP/IP access to and from AGWPE and thus block other programs trying to use AGWPE.

If you have problems with a program connecting to AGWPE, test the firewall by temporarily turning it off. If your application program can now connect to AGWPE, then when you restart the firewall you will need to configure the firewall to permit AGWPE and your application to talk to one another. Please consult your firewall program's HELP for information about how to do this.

The important TCP ports for AGWPE are:

  •  8000 = the default port for connecting applications to AGWPE
  •    80 = if you want to try remote browser control of AGWPE

Of course, if you change the default port in AGWPE to something other than 8000, you may need to change your firewall settings, too.

If you are trying to access an instance of AGWPE running on another computer on the network, please see the AGWPE on a Network page on this website for additional information about IP addresssing.

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