[App_rpt-users] Node 2424 - Bridgecom 220 Repeater is LIVE!
szingman at msgstor.com
Fri Jul 15 12:37:25 EDT 2016
I assume from the asterisk cli prompt iax2 show registry looks something
Host dnsmgr Username Perceived Refresh State
220.127.116.11:4569 N 2148 18.104.22.168:4569 60 Registered
Exit the CLI
73, Steve N4IRS
On 7/15/2016 12:20 PM, Ramesh Dhami (VA3UV) wrote:
> Hi Guys:
> Following my recent posts, I am happy to report that node 2424 is
> on-air again (this time using a pair of Bridgecom BCM220 mobiles /
> same hardware used in the BCR220 repeater!).
> The audio out is nice and clean.... the Hum that I reported earlier
> this week was solved last night, on the suggestion of Jon, VA3RQ. I
> was testing at home using a RPi (running 3 nodes ;). The Pi is powered
> from a Walwart and although the USB fob audio ground is connected
> through to the ground pin on the radio's DB15, there seemed to be a
> ground loop, which was solved by connecting the RPi ground to the
> power supply ground!
> At the repeater site, I am using a HP SFF PC. I am happy to report
> that after setting audio levels with an AeroFlex test set, the audio
> is crystal clear - very nice :)
> I have a couple of issues that I need some help with:
> 1. My nodes (2182 and 2424) are not showing up on the Allstar stats
> page - when I switch to CLI and do an 'iax2 reload' they appear to
> register fine and with the correct IP address.
> 2. I like a nice quiet repeater, so prefer to use "talk through tone"
> (cop,58). This is great in that we do not hear courtesy tones,
> telemetry messages, etc. When the repeater is being used locally, the
> PL is sent, so we hear that (on a CTCSS enabled radio). However, the
> PL is NOT sent when the repeater is passing "remote" audio (i.e.,
> audio from remote hosts). Can someone verify this behavior, is this
> "working as designed" or a bug?
> Thanks to Jon (VA3RQ), Scott (N3XCC) and Kevin (W3KKC) for all of your
> help with this project over the past couple of weeks.
> Ramesh, VA3UV
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