[App_rpt-users] Total list of all Allstar commands

Tim Sawyer tisawyer at gmail.com
Tue Jan 9 23:09:23 EST 2018


The functions in rpt.conf are touch tone pointers to the underlying command
structure of app_rpt. For example 3 = ilink,3 in the functions stanza of
rpt.conf means that when the touch tone function *3 is received the app_rpt
command ilink 3 is executed, which, of course is the connect command.

This gives app_rpt unmatched flexibility. You could change what *3 does,
although that would be ill advised. A better example would be ilink 6 which
disconnects all nodes. You might prefer to use *86 rather than the current
DIAL function *806 to disconnect all nodes. So in rpt.conf you would change
806 = ilink,6 to 86 = link,6.

DIAL has darn near all the app_rpt commands available mapped to touch tone
functions. The complete list of all app_rpt commands is documented in the
comments at the top of app_rpt.c available at
https://github.com/AllStarLink/Asterisk/blob/master/asterisk/apps/app_rpt.c


On Fri, Jan 5, 2018 at 6:19 AM, Steve Zingman <szingman at msgstor.com> wrote:

> The sample rpt.conf that is included with AllStarLink Asterisk is my
> attempt to include each command available. For the numbering system, except
> for a few commands, there is no standard. That is up to the node operator.
> The sample rpt.conf is at <https://github.com/AllStarLin
> k/DIAL/blob/master/configs/rpt.conf> I'm sure I missed something. I would
> not be surprised if there are errors. As people point them out I'll make
> edits. We are working to fill out the wiki as the place to go for all
> things AllStarLink  at <http://wiki.allstarlink.org/wiki/Main_Page>
>
> 73, Steve N4IRS
>
>
> On 1/5/2018 3:31 AM, larry wrote:
>
>> Can some one point me to a listing of every available command defined
>> that can used with Allstar.
>>
>> I am have a heck of a time trying to configure my nodes so everything is
>> all the same commands on all my nodes..
>> It seems whenever there is a different version other than the 1-5 ilink
>> commands there is no standard numbering system between versions or
>> platforms.
>> Realizing that it is up to me to standardize my own system I am about to
>> start from scratch eliminating all the jumble.
>> It would certainly be helpful if there was a COMPLETE command list with
>> explanations of their functions.
>>
>> Larry - N7FM
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Tim WD6AWP
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