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Old 24-01-2015, 14:12   #1
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sailor 6222 changing mmsi

Hy all, i have an VHF Sailor 6222 and i want to change the MMSI because i change the name of my vessel.

What i should do?

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Old 24-01-2015, 15:34   #2
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Re: sailor 6222 changing mmsi

Do you still have your original installation guide. I think this tells you if or how many times you may reset the MMSI. It will only be once, twice or maybe three times. After that, it has to be returned to authorised Sailor dealer for reprogramming.
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Re: sailor 6222 changing mmsi

I'm not sure why you need to change your MMSI because you renamed your boat? You need to change the registration data, but the MMSI is OK - it is assigned to the radio, not the boat.

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Re: sailor 6222 changing mmsi

Hy, i'm tehnician and i have to do it. Have someone reset the MMSI to this MF/HF


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Re: sailor 6222 changing mmsi

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Hy, i'm tehnician and i have to do it. Have someone reset the MMSI to this MF/HF


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Hi Cuza, I'm not sure what sort of technician you are but I'm guessing you are not a radio technician.

Your first post described the radio as a Sailor 6222 which is a VHF radio, now you are suggesting its a MF/HF radio. They aren't the same

Try asking the Thrane & Thrane dealer in your country or look here esupport.thrane.com/index.php?_m=downloads&_a...1909‎

If you PM me an email address, I might be able to email you a copy of of the 6222 manual
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Re: sailor 6222 changing mmsi

one of the sailers I played with you could reset it by shorting out certain wires in the back. but off hand I couldn't tell you if it was a 6222 or which wires as it was 6 yeas ago and I no longer have the instructions... I doubt it's in the normal manual. maybe a sailer dealer can give you the info.
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Re: sailor 6222 changing mmsi

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Re: sailor 6222 changing mmsi

Here's some info from the manual:

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If you need to change the MMSI number of the SAILOR 6222 VHF DSC use the built-in
service tool and a connected PC, or reset the MMSI number from the Setup menu of the
radio. The manuals for the service tool and the user manual for the radio can be
downloaded from Login.
I think you use the ethernet port on the back on the radio for the PC connection.
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Re: sailor 6222 changing mmsi

Hy, thank you for help, but unfortunately i don't have extranet account, what i should do? How i can obtain an extranet account?

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Re: sailor 6222 changing mmsi

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Hy, thank you for help, but unfortunately i don't have extranet account, what i should do? How i can obtain an extranet account?

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Can't help with the extranet account but I can help with some info about accessing the service tool.

A short extract from the manual:

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The S6000 radio series 1 has a built-in web server with a web interface to set up the radio and channel settings. This web server constitutes the service tool and is intended for use by authorized personnel only. The web interface is accessed from a computer connected to the LAN and is displayed in an Internet browser. Currently only Mozilla Firefox is supported. No additional installation of software is needed.
So you will need to connect your PC (With Firefox 3.6) with a LAN cable to the back of the radio. The IP address of the radio can be found in the SYSTEM SETUP menu on the radio.

PM sent with more details.
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I'm not sure why you need to change your MMSI because you renamed your boat? You need to change the registration data, but the MMSI is OK - it is assigned to the radio, not the boat.

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MMSIs are assigned to the boat NOT the radio ( except the US BoatUS ones which are not actually real MMSIs) , if the ownership changed you can either have the ITU database updated with the new details ( usually done via your countries radio license authority) or you can delete the SHIPS radio license and reregister a new one with the new name. Its up to the register to decide if you keep the old MMSI number, different registration authorities have different policies in that regard. usually a new MMSI is issued
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Re: sailor 6222 changing mmsi

OK, so I didn't phrase that correctly. I was trying to say that just because someone renames their boat, they do not need to get a new MMSI. I meant that the MMSI is not tied to the boat name, but to the owner of the boat/radio/license. The boat name is just a field on a registration document that simply needs to be updated.

Are there countries that require a new MMSI if one only changes the name of their boat?

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