Destination IP Should be Set in ICOMCONFIG if Setting up UDP Connection

If setting up the receiver to output messages over UDP, ensure the PC`s (destination) IP address is entered in the ICOMCONFIG command. For example, suppose the IP addresses are:

receiver = 192.168.1.25
PC = 192.168.1.35

The command used to set ICOM1 to UDP should be:

ICOMFONFIG ICOM1 UDP <Destination IP>:3001

which in the example above would be:

ICOMCONFIG ICOM1 UDP 192.168.1.35:3001

instead of

ICOMCONFIG ICOM1 UDP :3001

The reason for this is that UDP is connectionless and if the destination is not specified, the UDP traffic has nowhere to go. Setting the PC IP address tells the stack in the destination IP so packets can start being sent immediately.