david.osborn at manx.net
david.osborn at manx.net
Sun Jul 14 11:43:20 EDT 2013
I should have stated my end goal. Essentially, I want a "Listen Live" service to that SWL's and others can listen to what's going on without a radio. I think that it will add a new dimension to what we are doing.
I use IAXrpt all the time as a monitor on my PC and then turn-on the handie when required. I am not clear how having that will help, and I won't be sharing the passwords with too many people.
So that's the bottom line: stream audio from the hub to a streaming service, add a "Listen Live" button on the website, to redirect would be listeners, and generate some more interest.
How's that done?
---- Original message ----
>Date: Sun, 14 Jul 2013 10:02:19 -0400
>From: Keith Goobie <keith at goobie.org>
>Subject: Re: [App_rpt-users] Streaming
>To: <david.osborn at manx.net>
>I should have looked a little harder for the node numbers. I did find them
>and if my memory serves me correctly, I think I may have chatted with some
>one over there.
>OK on the subject of streaming. What is the real requirement here - in
>other words, please tell of a setup or a configuration that you have in
>Thinking ahead - you may be looking for something like:
>This is being done by an adjacent region on one of their repeaters. Their
>web site, where you can gain contact info - http://www.ve3rmi.org/
>I did check another radio system and they are using the same service.
>Thinking of asterisk, have you looked at iaxrpt windows client. That is
>another way that you can pull audio from the hub. Again it comes back to
>what you are looking to do with the stream or the service that you want to
>On 7/14/13 9:05 AM, "david.osborn at manx.net" <david.osborn at manx.net> wrote:
>> Geoff, Keith,
>> Thanks for the responses.
>> We've been running Allstar on the ACID platform for several years (notice the
>> low node numbers!). We have four RF nodes linked back to a hub (2483) which
>> has no RF interface. The hub has a pretty good VDSL connection. All of our
>> nodes are PC-based running Centos.
>> I'm envisaging setting up whatever software is required on the hub, as alluded
>> to by Geoff, and presumably streaming that to a server out on the interweb
>> So a more accurate question is: What do I need to do to stream the audio from
>> the hub to the outside world? What is required on the hub, what streaming
>> services are available (and how painful will it be to my bank balance?) and
>> how is the streaming server set-up.
>> I have been a regular user of the Drupal site for a long time, but that
>> doesn't appear to have any wisdom on the subject of streaming.
>> ---- Original message ----
>>> Date: Sun, 14 Jul 2013 08:33:09 -0400
>>> From: Keith Goobie <keith at goobie.org>
>>> Subject: Re: [App_rpt-users] Streaming
>>> To: David Osborn <david.osborn at manx.net>
>>> What have you built so far regarding allstar?
>>> I looked at your repeater website and I see that you
>>> have RF connectivity, but feel uncertain what you
>>> have regarding Internet, linux/pc integration and
>>> the like,
>>> We have an integrated site and our web page can be
>>> seen at http://www.ve3lsr.ca
>>> It may give some ideas as to what can be done. A
>>> network config is attached.
>>> On 7/14/13 4:31 AM, "David Osborn"
>>> <david.osborn at manx.net> wrote:
>>> keith at goobie.org
>>> Keith Goobie
>>> Richmond Hill, ON, CANADA
>>> ve3lsr-v3.jpg (344k bytes)
>keith at goobie.org
>Richmond Hill, ON, CANADA
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