[App_rpt-users] DTMF Variables
Robert A. Poff
wb3awj at comcast.net
Wed Jul 31 00:02:32 EDT 2013
If you define the two in their respective rpt.conf nodes stanza, and have a function codes assigned to ilink,3 and ilink ,1 the private node should be able to connect directly.
Something like this....
In the public node
radio at 127.0.0.1:4569/29728,NONE. ; the public node
radio at XXX.XXX.XXX.xxx:4569/1701,NONE. ; the private node
Where XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX is the address of the private node, and1701 is it's number.
On the private node:
radio at 127.0.0.1:4569/1701,NONE
radio at yyy.yyy.yyy.yyy:4569/29728,NONE
Where yyy.yyy.yyy.yyy is the address of the public node.
In fact, I think you'll need to do this anyhow since the private node won't appear or get directory information from the Allstar portal.
Once that's in place, just a matter of dialing *329728 at the private node.
If you wanted to make it shorter dialing....
Define two macros:
60 = *129728. ; disconnect
61 = *329728. ; connect
The user can dial (and easily remember) *561 to connect, and *560 to disconnect
Robert Garcia <robert at n5qm.com> wrote:
>Is it possible to pass a variable via DTMF to a macro? Let me explain
>Private Node <-> Public Hub
>I would like a user on the private node to be able to link or unlink
>the hub node without having to go through the *4 remote command
>process to do it.
>In practice, I would like to use a macro like *5329728 from the
>Private Node and have the Public Hub connect to node 29728, is this
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