[App_rpt-users] App_rpt-users Digest, Vol 19, Issue 21

Ken Page vk4akp at yahoo.com.au
Wed Sep 15 09:53:59 EDT 2010


Hi Guys,

Could do with some help with some idea's if possible?

I'd like to add a feature so people on the repeater can dial the console 
phone here on the TDM400P card.

The idea is they dial say *9 and it goes to the TDM400P phone.
If no answer after X amount of rings it diverts to voice mail.
The voice mail is then sent to my email address.

Wondering if anyone has any configs for this sort of thing already that I 
could have?

I've also added a cheap C-Media CM-108 USB dongle to the system that I'd 
like to drop a scanner on.
There's no need for PTT COS etc as it's only for RX only .
I'm also wondering if anyone has or would like to start a node list for 
receive only devices like this. Similar to the PTT_Link nodes?
I'm yet to get this USB dongle up on the Asterisk box but I'm sure it's only 
a config thing I have missed somewhere if someone is interested in looking 
at it for me?


Regards,
Ken - vk4akp
All_Star # 2134 (VK4RKP Mt Crosby).
http://shazam.zapto.org
.-.-.


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> Date: Mon, 13 Sep 2010 18:14:36 +0100
> From: "David Osborn" <david.osborn at manx.net>
> Subject: Re: [App_rpt-users] Hostname/fqdn
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> To SSH to your machine from the outside world - i.e. to access it from
> another location, such as the office - you will need to know the public IP
> address of your internet connection and, additionally, you will need to 
> have
> the port that is set-up for SSH (222 by default) forwarded to your Linux
> box.
>
> If your internet connection is assigned a dynamic IP address (and many 
> are),
> then this will change each time you re-connect to the net. In this case, I
> recommend signing-up to one of the free Dynamic DNS services out there, 
> then
> you will have a name (e.g. AllStarNode at dyndns.org) that you can use. There
> are also Dynamic Dns update clients (e.g. ddclient), that you install on
> your PC which will keep the dynamic DNS server updated with your address.
> Alternatively, many ADSL routers support automatic Dynamic DNS updates.
>
> It sounds like a lot, but it's pretty straightforward.
>
> To discover your present public IP address, type "curl whatismyip.org" at
> the console prompt.
>
> Bottom line is that the one thing that you don't actually need to access
> your Linux machine from the outside world is its own hostname :-)
>
> I hope that helps a little.
>
> David Osborn
> GD4HOZ
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> Message: 1
> Date: Mon, 13 Sep 2010 07:06:27 EDT
> From: Tremors834 at aol.com
> Subject: [App_rpt-users] Hostname/fqdn
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> I am having trouble finding the Hostname/fqdn of my server. It's needed so
> I may remote/SSH using Putty.
> If I type Hostname at the command prompt I get the correct 1 word
> "hostname" but this it isn't enough I'm sure to remote SSH.
> app_rpt was installed using the ACID iso. What would I need to do?
> Thanks,
> Gene
> KC2WDZ
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> Date: Mon, 13 Sep 2010 06:16:58 -0500
> From: Chuck Kraly <ckraly at gmail.com>
> Subject: Re: [App_rpt-users] Hostname/fqdn
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> Here is a link on how to change it....
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> http://www.techiecorner.com/99/how-to-change-hostname-in-linux/
> Chuck K0XM
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> On Mon, Sep 13, 2010 at 6:06 AM, <Tremors834 at aol.com> wrote:
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>>  I am having trouble finding the Hostname/fqdn of my server. It's needed
>> so I may remote/SSH using Putty.
>> If I type Hostname at the command prompt I get the correct 1 word
>> "hostname" but this it isn't enough I'm sure to remote SSH.
>> app_rpt was installed using the ACID iso. What would I need to do?
>> Thanks,
>> Gene
>> KC2WDZ
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