[App_rpt-users] irlp channel driver Q?

K&R Yoksh yokshs at gmail.com
Thu May 31 00:59:07 EDT 2012



Hi Tony,

<can of worms>

AFAIK, support for IRLP was removed from app_rpt, at the insistence of Dave 
Cameron. Personally, I think that he is sitting on a stockpile of
obsolete parallel port cards, and is afraid that he'll get stuck with them. 
Many IRLP node owners believe that their node will not operate without
the parallel port card, and the guy selling them likes that. As you know, 
his board doesn't even handle audio (other than for the DTMF decoder).

 There is also the matter of his ROIP commercial system, which uses the same 
obsolete parallel port card.

At one time IRLP would issue a node number / PGP key for a "donation", sans 
IRLP board.

As for your last question, I'm not sure. Since app_rpt is open source, I'm 
guessing it could be done if one knew how to integrate chan_irlp.

I decided to vote with my feet, and turned in my IRLP node number after 
Cameron's antics. Let him take his ball and go home.... Works for me!

</can of worms>

73

Kyle Yoksh
K0KN
Olathe, KS
Allstar 2210-2219
ex-IRLP 3348

----- Original Message ----- 

> From: Tony Youngblood
> Subject: [App_rpt-users] irlp channel driver Q? ...>
> I have an irlp node online with no radio currently. Is it possible to add 
> the irlp.conf channel driver and add this existing irlp node on my AllStar 
> box?
>
> Or am I s.o.l. with an irlp node on my A* box? I think I'm understanding 
> that requesting a new irlp node / pgp keys from the irlp people is outta 
> the Q? but not sure if adding irlp capabilities is completely outta the Q? 
> I'n the AllStar world.
>
> 73
>
> ;(;)
> AllStar 28384
> Irlp 7998 / 7766 / 7926
> Echo 563329




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