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P25 xts2500 issue

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ffmedjoe

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I'm programming a xts2500 and I'm having a hard time loading our encryption data on it. We have a whole 1 encrypted channel. With my kenwood 5210 it was easy just select encryption and enter the code instead of the pl and done. It's a conventional setup.
I just can't seem to figure out this p25 on motorola.
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ffmedjoe

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Nope not yet, I figured I'd ask here first. The radio wasn't purchased through motorola and I know in the past they've given ppl a hard time
 

sfd119

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I'm assuming software encryption, yes?

Radio Config> Secure> Secure Configuration. Check "Secure Equipped" and do any options there.
Then in your "Secure Personality", click the Secure tab and do your options there.

Edit: I see you must be from Wisconsin. I'm in Northern Wisconsin if I can be of any further assistance to you.
 

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Right, you need to have a personality for Secure. So create another Conventional Personality. Within that Personality, we'll call it 28, set your secure options. Then create a "Secure Channel" in Zone Channel Assignment and assign it Personality 28 for secure.
 

N4DES

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Not with ADP Software encryption.
If ADP exists on the secure board, and yes it is available that way, he would need a KVL with the appropriate flash to keyload it. But I would assume that ADP is not the type that he is looking for as the Kenwood he noted in his first post will not do ADP but was previously programmed and used on the system.

The PID box in Secure Wide of the CP needs to be checked so he can load a key with a KVL. That is a common oversight when keyloading a Motorola radio.
 
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