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K0PIR

I'm an Amateur Radio enthusiast. I love the hobby and experimenting with radios, antennas and software. On my YouTube channel I upload videos on the Icom 7300 and Icom 7610 along with Ham radio software programs. I hope to inspire people to try new things in Amateur Radio.

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Jim Graffy
11 months ago

Sorry to hear about issues with your 7610. A screen failure is understandable, but the ethernet issue is bothersome. I have also experienced issues with the the RS-BA1 V2 software over the internet. It will be interesting to see what Icom has to say about the issue. Firmware update? 73 Jim

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Jim
11 months ago
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Rich –

You note in a more recent post that the issue is the 7610 losing its IP. This is exactly what I am experiencing. Yes, it takes removing power from the 7610 to get the IP back. I’m still thinking firmware. So even more interested in what Icom finds and the fix.

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Jim
11 months ago
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Rich. My experience was that I tested before hitting the road. All was good. Once on the road it failed. Suspect the tech did not test going through a port forward modem from outside his local network. A modem setting? We snowbird to Tucson, so if I don’t find a solution before next season, I will be adding a Wemo internet power outlet to the AC side of the station power supply so I can remotely power cycle.

73 Jim AE7W

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Jim Graffy
11 months ago
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I saw in a more recent post that your 7610 is losing its IP. This is exactly what I am experiencing. So very interested in what Icom finds and how it gets fixed.

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