[App_rpt-users] Control States

Steve Mahler kizzy at lusfiber.net
Sun Apr 23 14:17:14 EDT 2017


David:

Thank you for the reply.  With my controlstates looking like ...

;  rptena,rptdis - Repeater (Enable,Disable)
;  totena,totdis - Timeout Timer
;  apena, apdis  - Autopatch
;  lnkena,lnkdis - Link
;  skena, skdis  - Scheduler
;  ufena, ufdis  - User Functions
;  atena, atdis  - Alternate Hangtime
;  noice, noicd  - No Incoming Connections
;  slpen, slpds  - Sleep Mode
;
; Normal Repeater Operations
0 = rptena,totena,apena,lnkena,skdis,ufena,atdis,noicd,slpds ; Boot 
DEFAULT - ALL ON
1 = rptena,totena,apena,lnkena,skdis,ufena,atdis,noice,slpds ; DEFAULT 
WithOUT New Links Incoming
2 = rptena,totena,apena,lnkdis,skdis,ufena,atdis,noice,slpds ; DEFAULT 
WithOUT New Links Incoming & No Links
3 = rptena,totena,apena,lnkdis,skdis,ufena,atdis,noice,slpds ; RF ONLY
8 = rptena,totena,apdis,lnkdis,skdis,ufdis,atdis,noice,slpds ; NO USER 
FUNCTIONS, NO NEW LINKS & NO LINKS
9 = rptdis,totena,apdis,lnkdis,skdis,ufdis,atdis,noice,slpds ; KILL Repeater
;

The boot comes up in "0".   I switch to "1"  and the NOICE setting seems 
to work.  Existing Links are not dropped.  And calling ilink,6 doesn't 
disconnect existing link.  Trying to create a new link fails.

If I switch from "0" to "2" ... seems to be the same thing

What am I not understanding about the way LNKXXX is defined?  Is there a 
way to address inbound and outbound links separately?? [items 8&9 above 
work as expected]

...STeve - KF5VH

On 4/23/2017 11:38 AM, David Osborn wrote:;

> Yes, they work well.
>
> I use it to modify timeout behaviour for news broadcasts etc.
>
> lnkena and lnkdis would allow/disallow incoming connections.
>
> I've not tried it, but ufena and ufdis may have the same effect on users making outgoing connections (or issuing any commands)
>
> There are examples in the rpt.conf sample files.
>
> What are you looking to achieve?
>
> David Osborn
> GD4HOZ
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Steve Mahler [mailto:kizzy at lusfiber.net]
> Sent: 23 April 2017 14:06
> To: app_rpt-users at ohnosec.org
> Subject: Re: [App_rpt-users] Control States
>
> Has anyone tried "controlstates"?  Changing them while app_rpt is running?
>
> Bumping,
>
> ...STeve
>
>
> On 4/20/2017 10:12 AM, Steve Mahler wrote:
>> Has anyone found way to use controlstates (or anything else) to allow:
>>
>> 1. No new incoming connections, but allow outgoing connections.
>>
>> 2. Allow new incoming connections, but no new outgoing connections.
>>
>> ...STeve
>>
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