[App_rpt-users] Hub Node question

Bob Brown - WØNQX bbrown at byrg.net
Mon Mar 19 17:28:35 EDT 2012

We house our HUBs in a Data Center and connect our radio systems to the
hubs and let the "outside world" connect to our hubs that away the major
bandwidth is kept in the "High Speed" part of the network and we dont  bog
down the radio network , in our case all fed with Wireless Point to Point
microwave, our hubs have no radios connected to them physicly they are just
headless boxes in a server rack, and most are run as VMs on top of that.
Our wireless microwave is part of a WISP Back Haul we share at most of our
tower sites.

Thanks in Advance

   Bob Brown, WØNQX

   Kansas City Metro Area





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On Mon, Mar 19, 2012 at 4:18 PM, Steve Agee <n5zua at earthlink.net> wrote:

> You can certainly do this, but the concept behind a hub node is that none
> of the computer's resources are being tied up handling the intensive work
> of addressing connected hardware, be it URI, Beagle Board, RTCM, or a sound
> FOB. A hub node allows 100% of the resources to be used to handle the
> connected nodes. If you begin experiencing brief "holes" in the node audio,
> you have stretched the machine too thin on resources. I'm sure there are
> other issues that can arise as well.
> ----- Original Message ----- From: "Matt Beasant" <g4rky at yahoo.co.uk>
> To: "APP_RPT_Users" <app_rpt-users at ohnosec.org>
> Sent: Monday, March 19, 2012 2:42 PM
> Subject: [App_rpt-users] Hub Node question
>  Dear  all,
>> I would like to host a hub node on one of my existing allstar nodes -
>> is this possible?
>> I already have 2 "real" nodes using USB fobs on the computer but
>> wanted to add a "Pseudo" setup to use as a hub for a different net.
>> If this is possible, would anyone be kind enough to guide me how to
>> modify my node config files
>> please?
>> Many thanks,
>> Matt
>> G4RKY
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