[App_rpt-users] Non Voting RTCM (just a basic node) On Existing Server

Tim Sawyer tim.sawyer at mac.com
Wed Oct 29 00:05:42 EDT 2014

Only one line changes in rpt.conf, the rxchannel= line. Like so:


Then you need a voter.conf like so:

port = 667
password = BLAH
utos = y
buflen = 250

Site1 = passwd1,transmit
Site2 = passwd2,transmit
Site3 = passwd2,transmit

No, you don’t need a C-name for your server. Just a plain ‘ol dot notation IP works fine (i.e.

Easy, no?

> On Oct 28, 2014, at 3:32 PM, Jim <jimw7ry at gmail.com> wrote:
> Gang...
> I have an existing server and node running on a PC at my repeater site. The IP is static.
> I want to set up an RTCM at home that runs from the server described above. Could someone please send me a rpt.conf file that has such a setup please? Reading the
> RTCM manual, it’s looking for a DNS entry for the hosting server. I don’t really need to use DNS if my server runs static IP? So any tips on setting up the RTCM networking would be helpful too.
> I have moved the node from it’s own server to the server at the repeater site on allstarlink.org.
> Hooking and interfacing to the radio is the EASY part. The config not so much.
> Any help or tips would be appreciated!
> Thanks!
> 73
> Jim W7RY
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