Begin by adding the following line to the Application
section of the .../fpac.conf file.
Note: The 0 behind the -P option is the Port Name from My axports file. You may have a different name for your port.
K4GBB-10 = /usr/local/bin/rmsgw -P 0 %UExample:
K4GBB-10 = /usr/local/bin/rmsgw -P 0 %U
Once this is done you may remove the RMS Gate block(s) from ax25d.conf.
#[k4gbb-10 via 0 ]
#NOCALL * * * * * * L
#default * * * * * * - rmsgw /usr/local/bin/rmsgw rmsgw -l notice -P 0 %U
FPAC causes changes in the netstat output and the rmschanstat script
may fail in the final step.
The latest version of the rmschanstat script has a check for fpac included.
To fix this problem edit the channels.xml file and change the type="ax25" to type="fpac"
You may want to add a line in the Other Commands section of
the fpac.conf file to add RMS to the FPAC command list
RMS = connect k4gbb-10 3100352726
Once that is all in place the User can connect to:
k4gbb-10 v k4gbb-8 3100352726 ...this works great across the network!
Users may also connect to the FPAC node and enter RMS at the FPAC