[App_rpt-users] Allmon2

larry larry at n7fm.com
Tue Feb 23 13:12:55 EST 2016


Found the answer to my own question so disregard... controlpanel.ini.txt 
has it all

Larry - N7FM


On 02/23/2016 09:49 AM, larry wrote:
> This is more of a question for Tim Sawyer but Doug or others may have 
> some input as well so decided to post it here.
>
> First let me say...I run a mixture of Acid, BBB & RPi2 nodes and I am 
> new user of Allmon.
>
> Just recently I set up Allmon2 so I could group all my nodes on a 
> single server for easy monitoring and control.
> What I discovered was when using the Allmon2 Control Panel there is a 
> selection option that says "Say Time of Day (local only) the TT way"
> Not fully comprehending what the outcome would be .. the curiosity 
> factor kicked in... Tried it!!
>
> Just happened to be controlling an ACID node at the time. It issued a 
> *74 command defined on ACID servers as ilink,16 which is a "Reconnect 
> links disconnected with "disconnect all links" command. On the BBB and 
> RPi2 installs *74 is not defined by default. The equivalent Reconnect 
> function calling ilink,16 is *77 on the BBB and RPi2 which is not  
> available in Allmon2. Unless you defined a function *74 on the BBB or 
> RPi2 there is no action by Allmon2 in its present configuration.
>
> I do realize that ilink functions can be redefined numerically on a 
> per node basis. I would assume it is also possible to customize option 
> commands in Allmon along with caption of the function it will perform? 
> Can you point me to the file to make or add command changes? Or is the 
> solution to reprogram all nodes to match Allmon and whatever *74 is 
> customized to perform on each node? if so the Control Panel option 
> message ought to be changed as it is misleading.
>
> Any Pointers?
>
> Thanks
>
> Larry - N7FM
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