Im testing an openvario
computer (flight computer for xcsoar) with condor, before it gets installed in a glider. I got it working using 2 USB to serial adapters, but condor seems hardcoded at 4800 baud. Thats arguably fast enough for GPS data, but I also want to simulate the vario, and for that, its way too slow.
Is there anyway to increase the baudrate on condor's side?
ALternatively, xcsoar seems to support UDP over ethernet, as does condor for some external instruments. So I plugged in a network cable, put the IP address of the openvario machine in condor's UDP.ini, but I cant seem to get this working. Some googling suggests this doesnt work, as condor would use a proprietary protocol? I found some people using condor's serial NMEA output, and pipe that over a network connection, but then you're stuck again at 4800 baud, so that doesnt help.
Is this possible somehow?
edit: I tried running xcsoar on the same PC, and I got as far as seeing data when I monitor the UDP port:
But xcsoar doesnt seem to recognize this format, and insists there is "no data":