[App_rpt-users] Console Operation

Bryan Boyle bdboyle at bdboyle.com
Thu Aug 25 11:35:28 EDT 2011


and, i was going to add, if you can't do it with vi, awk, and sed scripts...it's probably not worth doing...

--
Bryan
Sent from my iPhone
please forgive misspellings...



On Aug 25, 2011, at 10:29 AM, Jim Duuuude <telesistant at hotmail.com> wrote:

> "KISS, though, reigns supreme. "
> 
> Yeah!!! -- Gene Simmons forever!!!! :-)
> 
> JIM
> 
> From: bdboyle at bdboyle.com
> Date: Thu, 25 Aug 2011 10:26:53 -0500
> To: kb3tbx at gmail.com
> CC: App_rpt-users at ohnosec.org
> Subject: Re: [App_rpt-users] Console Operation
> 
> depends on what y'all are trying to do.
> 
> i get along just fine running an acid load with the iaxrpt client for the occasional connection from my office desktop.  but, then, not doing life safety where access, control, and capabilities are critical; if my system goes down it's a matter of pride rather than necessity. 
> 
> my own opinion? KISS principal.  if you want to run a full bore pbx voip system and radio control package...then you will probably need more than the acid package will provide, and probably more than XIPPR can provide.  
> 
> to me, fancy interfaces and complex scripts supporting arcane config files are an unneeded level of complexity.  but, the great thing about open source is that we can both take divergent paths to get to the same destination.  
> 
> KISS, though, reigns supreme. 
> 
> --
> Bryan
> Sent from my iPhone
> please forgive misspellings...
> 
> 
> 
> On Aug 25, 2011, at 9:51 AM, Jim Alles <kb3tbx at gmail.com> wrote:
> 
> Ron,
>  
> I am not familiar with Dispatch software.  In fact, I have yet to get my feet wet with Asterisk.  However,  after doing a quick search upon considering your email, I think I now know which OS / Version / GUI I am going to start with.
> Xelatec has an open-source product, with a windows client:
>  
> Client
>  
> Server
>  
> From the web site:
>  
> About Xelatec LLC
> Xelatec (pronounced zell-ah-tek) was founded in 1999 with the mission of using its founder's experience in wireless telecommunications to meet the needs of a wide variety of customers. It has been involved in research and development of new wireless products and markets, mergers and acquisitions, corporate management and productizing Open Source Software projects.
> The Xelatec IP Private Radio (XIPPR) line of products and services are the result of Xelatec's unique, innovative combination of legacy private land mobile PTT radio systems and 21st century wireless technologies with Internet Protocol networks.
> Contact us at:
> Xelatec LLC
> 5805 State Bridge Road, Suite G-420
> Johns Creek, Georgia 30097
> Tel: +1-678-248-2979
> Am I on the right track here?  comments anyone?
>  
> 73,
> Jim A. KB3TBX
>  
> 
>  
> On Tue, Aug 23, 2011 at 8:52 PM, Ron Simpson <n6gkj.cm98 at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Hello all!!
>  
> How many of you are familiar with the M Centracom Gold Elite dispatch console? or the MCC-7500 Series Digital Console ?
> Basically the "Gold Elite" system is a big switch with some rather unique features when employed in a Trunking System... However Ham Radio is obviously conventional radio and I believe that the stuff we are playing with can be adapted to serve as a Dispatch Console talking to, cross patching with many or few Nodes (Conventional Resources). I am looking at creating a GUI that is operationally setup with config files similar to a DialPlan script. The new thin client looks very promising for this! Plus they are cheap! I talked with Micro Node today and got good vibes from Mark.
> At any rate, a thin client card can be tied to a mic, speaker and a footswitch. My concept calls for clicking an ICON on a screen, this action will automatically connect to the Node represented by by that ICON, when the footswitch is pressed, it initiates a transmission to that Node.
>  
> This is all rudimentry thinking at this point.... but the flexiblitly of Asterisk and Allstar Link could make this a very doable thing!
>  
> I have been playing with this for only a few days, and I am impressed, pumped up and cant believe how this is such a powerfull system!
>  
> If anyone has thoughts, ideas or has already done it, feel free to give me a jingle!
>  
> I deal alot with 911 Dispatch Centers on a daily basis....
>  
> Those systems are very expensive when purchased new, overly expensive used and complicated, very hardware intensive and run on MS Operating Systems.... total turn off!!
>  
> This is a home grown solution that will cost a fraction at the most of a full commerical system from the M company.
>  
> Anyone interested?
>  
> 
> Ron Simpson, 209 642-6559
> N6GKJ Amateur Radio
> ...................
> 
> Have you ever noticed that when you are looking for something, 
> it is always found in the last place you look?
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