[App_rpt-users] irlp channel driver Q?

K&R Yoksh yokshs at gmail.com
Thu May 31 01:19:17 EDT 2012


> My OPINION.....yank the hard drive out,remove the IRLP board.
> Drop in new drive, configure as a Allstar node and dont look back.

I concur, although since Allstar supports the *Parallel Port* (IRLP board),
the only thing required to switch over to Allstar is an -unmodified- CM108 
fob.

App_rpt will happily control an IRLP board for COS/PTT/AUX.

73

Kyle
K0KN


----- Original Message ----- >

 From: Kirk Just Kirk
> To: Tony Youngblood
> Subject: Re: [App_rpt-users] irlp channel driver Q? ...

> Pose that question to David Cameron VE7LTD.........
> Be sure to read the E-mail that comes back on a old computer
> That you don't mind losing to a fire....Cameron goes BEZERK..
> I do see you still have quite a few IRLP nodes listed.....
> My OPINION.....yank the hard drive out,remove the IRLP board.
> Drop in new drive, configure as a Allstar node and dont look back.
> Unless you really NEED to be able to connect to IRLP node(s)
> you are much better off to do this. There is NO REASON to stay with
> IRLP.It was top dawg in it's day, but it's outdated now.
> A number of us ran IRLP on our Allstar nodes, only to be threatened
> by Dave Cameron that we would have our PGP keys yanked and forced
> off the system. I didn't wait for the "Bitch Slap" I promptly yanked IRLP
> nodes 3510 and 3520 (used to be 351 and 352 WAY BACK when) out of
> service,Picked the SSI-202 chips off the boards and threw the rest in the
> trash.
>
> If you MUST be able to cross connect...simply place the two machines back
> to back
> Don't publish that you are doing it, chances are you can get away with it
> for a while...
>




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