[App_rpt] Echolink_Channel

Steve Zingman szingman at informx.com
Sun Oct 5 13:28:40 EDT 2008


Roger,
Yes, it connects echolink to node 2151.
To make a outgoing call use

*33131002 to call me on echolink.

*3 is connect to a node
3 says the following is a echolink node number
131002 is my node number.

The echolink node number MUST be 6 digits.
So a connect to echolink node 1234 would be:
*33001234

Hope this helps.

73, Steve


Roger F. Jordan Sr. wrote:
> Thanks Steve,
>
> I have a few questions...
>
> Does the configuration you showed in your post below automagicly connect the
> echolink node to your allstar node?
>
> If so...
>
> What is the procedure to DTMF to an Echolink node?
>
>   
> Roger,
> There is no change to the configuration in rpt.conf
> Everything is in /etc/asterisk/echolink.conf and extensions.conf
>
> echolink.conf:
> [el0]
> confmode=no
> ipaddr=0.0.0.0
> port=5198
> call=K4NRG-R
> pwd=thisismyrealpassword
> name=Nerd Repeater Group
> qth=Allstar node 2151
> email=k4nrg at qsl.net
> maxstns=5
> rtcptimeout=10
> node=131002
> recfile=/tmp/recorded.gsm
> server1=server1.echolink.org
> server2=server2.echolink.org
> server3=server3.echolink.org
> astnode=2151
> context=echolink-in
>
>
> extensions.conf:
> [echolink-in]
> exten => 2151,1,rpt(2151|X)
>
> 73, Steve N4IRS
>



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