[App_rpt-users] Problem with a Two Node Configuration.

Buddy Brannan buddy at brannan.name
Fri Nov 23 09:37:00 EST 2012


Hi,

OK, so both nodes are on the same machine. Are they both on separate URI's or other USB interfaces, or is one used for something else?

A couple things spring to mind:

First, in your rpt.conf file, do you have lines in both to report status?

Second, you're going to need both nodes defined locally as 127.0-.0.1. Mine looks like this, so just replace your node numbers:

[nodes]
2331 = radio at 127.0.0.1/2331,NONE
28529 = radio at 127.0.0.1/28529,NONE

Betcha a cold cheeseburger that only one of these is defined, i.e. the one you can connect to. 
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Buddy Brannan, KB5ELV - Erie, PA
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On Nov 23, 2012, at 9:11 AM, Keith Goobie <keith at goobie.org> wrote:

> Hi All
> 
> A colleague – VA3SD – built a standalone node on an Acid based platform, the node he was assigned is 27211.  The associated callsign is VE3UOR.
> 
> WE needed to add a second node, so I subscribed and was given node number 29133.  The repeater callsign is VE3LSR and my profile is established as VA3YC.
> 
> I followed the guidance from the internet regarding the creation of two nodes on the same ACID platform.
> 
> The resulting configuration more or less works.  Here are the issues I am seeing:
>> 
>> 	• Both nodes show up on the nodelist page.  You can do a successful drill down on detail for the VE3LSR/29133 node, but it is not possible on the VE3UOR/27211 node.
>> 	• You can successfully connect from the VE3UOR node to the VE3LSR node but not vice versa.
> 
> Thoughts or guidance will be much appreciated.
> 
> Keith
> 
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