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Old 06-11-2018, 1:14 PM
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Default F2000D and Encryption

Has anyone successfully gotten encryption working on these? I'm working with a Kenwood system, exploring the possibility of adding iCOM radios, and so far I've been able to get everything to work correctly between the Kenwood radios and the F62D, but the F2000D doesn't act right. It will decode the encrypted audio, but when it transmits the other radios can't decode it. I can't get it to even work right on simplex between it and the F62D. I'm assuming I'm missing something.
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Hello
do the f62d and f2000d have the same firmware version?
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F2000D does not use a Key ID like the Kenwoods and F62D and it's CAI v1.2 only except for Lone Worker .
Kenwoods and the newer F62D, F4400 uses CAI v1.3 by default but will do v1.2.
(Digital ---> Expert) Then you can change the CAI but only for the Lone Worker on the F2000D

It you really want to use the F2000D's you will have to change all to CAI 1.2

From Help FIle:
If you select "CAI v1.3" and transmit a call with the Low Level Encryption function, the transceivers with the old version (CAI v1.2) cannot receive any call.

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Here is the KENWOOD SIDE OF TALKING ENCRYPTION

Version 1.3 on the icoms fixes the little issue.

however:
KEY ID and KEY DATA HAS TO MATCH.
That being said, if you have a key ID 1 and data of 12345, that has to be the same on the Icom.
I had the issue when the key ID was another number and shoved it into line 1 of the icom. That will not
work. not Line 13 with 12345 and line 1 with 21210 (example)

Have you tested it using key ID 1 and data of just 1 for testing?

I know this is a old thread, but some input to help out.
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Sorry all, I sorted this out pretty soon after I posted. TRNcommLLC is on the right track. The F2000D does not use a KID because it uses the older version of the CAI. The easiest solution, if anyone else has this issue, is to use a KID of 0. This will allow both Kenwood and ICOM radios that use the newer CAI to be compatible with the F2000D.
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