[App_rpt-users] Allstar Node

Russell Thomas russell at kv4s.com
Wed Dec 26 05:05:03 EST 2018


Hey Rodger,

Unfortunately, I don't have a document for building a Allstar with a radio.
The first article on my website covers a Allstar to DMR bridge and setting
up a radioless Allstar hub.

However, I bought a Yellow box from George WB3DZZ. He has taken those BF
radios apart and made his connections to that and the sound cards his nodes
also come with the HamVoip software.
He may can give you some tips since you have most all the pieces.

Otherwise, I would point you to the Allstar email list.

I like the HamVoip software but you can run ASL as well on a Raspberry Pi.
here are the emails for both groups:
HamVoip: arm-allstar at hamvoip.org Web: https://hamvoip.org
ASL: app_rpt-users at lists.allstarlink.org Web: https://allstarlink.org

Hope that helps let me know if you have any questions.

73,
Russell Thomas, KV4S

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On Tue, Dec 25, 2018 at 9:45 PM Rodger Hanson <rodger_hanson at slingshot.co.nz>
wrote:

> Hello Russell
>
> I was put onto you from a fellow ham here in New Zealand, that said you
> had a very good document on how to put together an allstar node.
>
> I have a Raspberry Pi 3, and couple of BF888s radios and two USB sound
> cards, but not sure on the software to put onto the raspberry pi 3 and
> how to connect it all.
>
> Would you mind sharing you document if one should exist?
>
> Have a Merry Christmas and happy New Year.
>
> 73 de Rodger - ZL1RAH
>
>
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