[App_rpt-users] manually issue cop command?

Tim Sawyer tim.sawyer at me.com
Tue Jan 25 14:29:23 EST 2011


I've not played with this but my guess is... 

You in usbradio.conf you should put this in the [usb] stanza:
pp2=out0 ; set parallel port pin 2 to low output.
 
Then this should change it to high:
CLI>rpt cmd 2211 cop 61 pp2=1


Jim or others please jump in here if I have it wrong.
--
Tim
:wq

On Jan 25, 2011, at 10:35 AM, K&R Yoksh wrote:

> Hi Tim,
> Thanks for the reply.. I've been playing around at the CLI prompt, and can get functions such as this to work:
> rpt cmd 2211 cop 4 0
> However, I still can't seem to control my parallel port I/O pins. I've followed all of the advice on
> http://ohnosec.org/drupal/node/177
> Any suggestions?
> Thanks.. 73
> Kyle
> K0KN
>  
> --- Original Message ---
> You do not have to assign a dtmf. 
> 
> Example: 
> CLI> rpt cmd 2535 cop 1 0 
> 
>  The above command is a warm boot. 2535 is my node number. Notice the trailing 0 is needed to satisfy the command interpreter but has no meaning. 
> 
> Asterisk has command line help. Type "rpt cmd" and press enter will show options.
> 
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> Tim
> :wq
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