[AG-TECH] AG 2 rat 4.2.22 problem Solved

Paul Mercer mercer at mailhost.arsc.edu
Thu Jul 3 14:03:24 CDT 2003

All I had to do was change the Link Speed & Duplex value on the 
network adapter from "Auto Detect" to 100Mbps/Full Dupex.  Works fine 

Thanks for all the help.


>I am one that tested with Paul. I am using RaT 4.2.10. If it helps
>It was when talk was 'muted'/disabled that he could talk.
>Thank you,
>Don Lewis
>-----Original Message-----
>From: owner-ag-tech at mcs.anl.gov [mailto:owner-ag-tech at mcs.anl.gov]On
>Behalf Of Paul Mercer
>Sent: Wednesday, July 02, 2003 1:25 PM
>To: Ti Leggett; mgates at sdsc.edu; ag-tech at mcs.anl.gov
>Subject: Re: [AG-TECH] AG 2 rat 4.2.22
>Thanks for responding.  I did a check for full duplex.  According to
>a web site: I started sound recorder twice and played a siren on one
>and recorded it on the other.  Performed fine.  I installed a
>different driver and no change.
>sony vaio  PCG - FX 300 laptop
>Win 2000 Pro
>SoundMax Integrated Digital Audio
>    driver:
>Any help would be appreciated.
>>At first thought this sounds like your sound card isn't full duplex. Can
>>you check the specs on the chipset and make sure it is? Also, is this
>>under Windows or linux laptop, because it might be that the linux
>>drivers don't support full duplex for that chipset.
>>On Tue, 2003-07-01 at 17:43, Paul Mercer wrote:
>>>   All
>>>   I have installed AG 2 on a pc laptop.  All is working fine except for
>>>   the audio.
>>>   I can hear other sites just fine.  This sounds weird but....
>>>   I can only talk when the other sites are not talking (absolutely no
>>>   incoming signal) and if  any other site starts to talk while I'm
>>>   talking I am cut off(my output goes to zero).   I even have to wait
>>>   about 5 sec after incoming signal  drops to zero for my signal to
>>>   start output.
>>>   I have downloaded rat 4.2.23 and the same thing happens.  The other
>>   > sites were running rat 4.2.10 and 4.2.16.
>>   >
>Paul Mercer
>907 474-6110
>mercer at arsc.edu
>There are only 10 types of people, those that understand binary and
>those that don't.

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