[App_rpt-users] chan_tlb - Cross-Talk Issues

"Jeremy R. Geeo [KDØEAV]" kd0eav at clear-sky.net
Tue Dec 7 17:40:02 EST 2010


Thanks! Appreciate the response.

Each TLB instance only has ONE Asterisk connection - it just happens 
that I have two Asterisk nodes on the same server (for now).

It seems like Asterisk is losing its (or doesn't have an) association 
between which TLB stream (they are on different port pairs) is 
associated with which Asterisk node. Traffic from either/both Asterisk 
nodes gets sent out to ALL TLB streams... even though it's spec'd which 
node to associate with - almost feels like it's not being checked going 
from Asterisk out and over to TLB...

- Jeremy, KD0EAV

On 12/7/10 4:11 PM, Jim Duuuude wrote:
> [In Yoda voice... mmmmm, very peculiar configuration, this is]
>
> I believe the issue is with TLB. I dont think it can deal with more 
> then 1 Asterisk station connecting to it
> from the same IP address to the same UDP port. I believe that why it 
> supports multiple "listen" ports.
>
> Try defining 2 UDP ports (in a comma delimited list (or something), I 
> believe) in the tlb.conf
> for each node, and have a unique entry for each node to connect to a 
> different UDP port on
> the TLB system. I think this may fix your problem.
>
> I really am no expert on TLB things.
>
> JIM WB6NIL
>
>
> ------------------------------------------------------------------------
> Date: Tue, 7 Dec 2010 15:55:33 -0600
> From: kd0eav at clear-sky.net
> To: app_rpt-users at qrvc.com
> Subject: [App_rpt-users] chan_tlb - Cross-Talk Issues
>
> I've been working on setting up two TLB conferences that I wish to 
> bridge over into two Allstar Link nodes ...
>
> I've been successful at attaching both of the conferences to their two 
> separate Allstar nodes. My intention is to have them run exclusively 
> of each other - with the ability to bridge the Allstar nodes together 
> as needed.
>
> They are currently spread between two servers (and 3 IP addresses)...
>
> _*____Server 1_________________*_
> Allstar 27097
> Allstar 27521
> TLB - Echolink *KD0EAV* (attached to 27097)
>
>
> _*____Server 2_________________*_
> TLB - Echolink *MISSOURI* (attached to 27521)
>
>
> The issue is that when I have both 27097 and 27521 on the same server, 
> ANY traffic from 27097 will appear on the *MISSOURI* conference (only 
> attached to 27521)... and  any traffic on 27521 will appear on 
> *KD0EAV* (only attached to 27097)... even though they ARE NOT in ANY 
> WAY bridged together. BUT - this is only true for traffic which is on 
> the AllStar side of things... if somebody responds to me on the TLB 
> conference it is NOT routed back over. It only flows one way... FROM 
> Allstar TO TLB... It shows in TLB to be from the other Asterisk node.
>
>
>
>
> _*____Server 1 Allstar tlb.conf_______*_
> [tlb0]
> call=Allstar 27097      ; Call of the app_rpt station
> port=44966              ; Start of UDP port range (this port, port + 1)
> astnode=27097           ; app_rpt node associated with this instance 
> (for incoming connections)
> context=radio-secure    ; Asterisk context for incoming connections
> codec=GSM               ; Default CODEC to be used
> ipaddr=208.110.93.103   ; Bind2IP address
>
> [tlb1]
> call=Allstar 27521      ; Call of the app_rpt station
> port=44968              ; Start of UDP port range (this port, port + 1)
> astnode=27521           ; app_rpt node associated with this instance 
> (for incoming connections)
> context=radio-secure    ; Asterisk context for incoming connections
> codec=GSM               ; Default CODEC to be used
> ipaddr=208.110.93.103   ; Bind2IP address
>
> [nodes]
> 1424491 = *KD0EAV*,208.110.93.108,44966
> 1452514 = *MISSOURI*,216.229.80.7,44968
>
>
>
>
> _*____Server 1 TLB tlb.conf__________*_
> Bind2IP = 208.110.93.108
> RTP_Port = 44966
> StartupCmd = connect -r -n -f -p 44966 208.110.93.103
>
>
>
> _*____Server 2 TLB tlb.conf__________*_
> Bind2IP = 216.229.80.7
> RTP_Port = 44968
> StartupCmd = connect -r -n -f -p 44968 208.110.93.103
>
>
>
> Thanks for all your work on this!! It held up to quite a lot of abuse 
> last night....
>
> 73
>
> - Jeremy, KD0EAV
>
>
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