[App_rpt-users] App_rpt-users Digest, Vol 39, Issue 35

Bradley Haney kc9gqr at gmail.com
Wed May 23 15:34:29 EDT 2012


Is the Port Fwd  set up on the router?

On Wed, May 23, 2012 at 1:22 PM,  <app_rpt-users-request at ohnosec.org> wrote:
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>   1. Re: EchoLink (Alan Adamson)
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> Date: Wed, 23 May 2012 14:22:00 -0400
> From: Alan Adamson <adamson_alan at hotmail.com>
> To: <App_rpt-users at ohnosec.org>
> Subject: Re: [App_rpt-users] EchoLink
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> Doesn't get much easier than this? straight from the samples config file with the information changed as required.
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> [el0]
> confmode=no
> call=W7QO-R            ; Change this!
> pwd=<changed to my password>               ; Change this!
> name=Test ; Change this to your real name!
> qth=Atlanta,GA ; Change this to your actual QTH!
> email=adamson_alan at hotmail.com ; Change this!
> maxstns=20
> rtcptimeout=10
> node=710254 ; Change this!
> recfile=/tmp/recorded.gsm
> astnode=28578 ; Change this to your active Allstar node number!
> context=radio-secure
> server1=server1.echolink.org
> server2=server2.echolink.org
> server3=server3.echolink.org
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> With that setup I get these errors which have been discussed before? and it doesn't matter if I change the server names to naeast.echolink.org, etc.
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> [May 23 14:19:52] ERROR[2033] chan_echolink.c: Error in parsing header on server1.echolink.org
> [May 23 14:20:22] ERROR[2031] chan_echolink.c: connect() failed to connect to the Echolink server server2.echolink.org
> [May 23 14:20:22] ERROR[2033] chan_echolink.c: connect() failed to connect to the Echolink server server2.echolink.org
> [May 23 14:20:43] ERROR[2033] chan_echolink.c: Unable to connect to directory server server2.echolink.org
> [May 23 14:20:43] ERROR[2033] chan_echolink.c: Error in parsing header on server3.echolink.org
> [May 23 14:21:03] ERROR[2033] chan_echolink.c: Error in parsing header on server1.echolink.org
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> I'll go look to see if there have been changes to the chan_echolink.c file that I'm not running but I just built everything with the distribution makefile yesterday.  This was talked about on this forum last year, but I never found a resolution other than it worked for some and not for others????
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> Alan
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> From: Ken [mailto:ke2n at cs.com]
> Sent: Wednesday, May 23, 2012 1:23 PM
> To: adamson_alan at hotmail.com
> Subject: Re: [App_rpt-users] EchoLink
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> It is not unusual for one of the echolink servers to be down;  as long as you can talk to *one* of them, it should work.
> I think that, after you come on line, it may be some time before you can actually USE the echolink feature, while you wait for their system to updpate.
> Incorrect header information is another story - if you post your configuration (minus the password) maybe someone will see a problem - or not - in which case there was some compile issue ...
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> Ken
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Alan Adamson <adamson_alan at hotmail.com>
> To: App_rpt-users <App_rpt-users at ohnosec.org>
> Sent: Wed, May 23, 2012 8:34 am
> Subject: [App_rpt-users] EchoLink
> So, learning to run before I can walk :)?  With my newfound enthusiasm and a debian install.  I wanted to test out functionality figured an easy way was to see about getting EchoLink working as well.
> So I added the echolink.conf file, made the changes for my specific EchoLink node and restarted.  However I get all these errors about not being able to connect to their servers, header information not being correct, etc.
> I did some scanning and found that others have experiences the same thing.  Anyone have this working on a recent install?
> Second, is there some type of *echo* conference bridge or *reflector* (Sorry for the use of the term, but it's appropriate)? I need some way to test audio without being live on the air, etc?
> Alan
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