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Re: DVSwitch Server plus AllStar image

jacomms
 

Thanks …but funny think ….I just gave that a crack…happy days 😊

 

Thanks for all you hard work once again on the

 

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From: DVSwitch-AllStar@DVSwitch.groups.io <DVSwitch-AllStar@DVSwitch.groups.io> On Behalf Of Steve N4IRS
Sent: Monday, 15 February 2021 12:12 PM
To: DVSwitch-AllStar@DVSwitch.groups.io
Subject: Re: [DVSwitch-ASL] DVSwitch Server plus AllStar image

 

user = dvswitch password = dvswitch

On 2/14/21 7:37 PM, jacomms wrote:

What are the default user & pass – mental blank today…

 

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From: DVSwitch-AllStar@DVSwitch.groups.io <DVSwitch-AllStar@DVSwitch.groups.io> On Behalf Of Steve N4IRS
Sent: Monday, 15 February 2021 3:18 AM
To: DVSwitch-AllStar@DVSwitch.groups.io
Subject: [DVSwitch-ASL] DVSwitch Server plus AllStar image

 

I have built a test image that includes DVSwitch Server and AllStar. This is a Raspbian Buster with the current kernel. You do not need to pin the kernel or headers.
To setup DVSwitch Server type dvs
To setup AllStar type asl-menu

The image is in the zip file at <http://dvswitch.org/files/DVSwitch_Images/Raspberry_Pi/Buster/2021-02-14-DVSwitch-Server-AllStar-lite.zip>

 


Re: DVSwitch Server plus AllStar image

Steve N4IRS
 

Also in the readme included in the zip

On 2/14/21 7:37 PM, jacomms wrote:

What are the default user & pass – mental blank today…

 

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From: DVSwitch-AllStar@DVSwitch.groups.io <DVSwitch-AllStar@DVSwitch.groups.io> On Behalf Of Steve N4IRS
Sent: Monday, 15 February 2021 3:18 AM
To: DVSwitch-AllStar@DVSwitch.groups.io
Subject: [DVSwitch-ASL] DVSwitch Server plus AllStar image

 

I have built a test image that includes DVSwitch Server and AllStar. This is a Raspbian Buster with the current kernel. You do not need to pin the kernel or headers.
To setup DVSwitch Server type dvs
To setup AllStar type asl-menu

The image is in the zip file at <http://dvswitch.org/files/DVSwitch_Images/Raspberry_Pi/Buster/2021-02-14-DVSwitch-Server-AllStar-lite.zip>



Re: DVSwitch Server plus AllStar image

Steve N4IRS
 

user = dvswitch password = dvswitch

On 2/14/21 7:37 PM, jacomms wrote:

What are the default user & pass – mental blank today…

 

Justin Albury

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From: DVSwitch-AllStar@DVSwitch.groups.io <DVSwitch-AllStar@DVSwitch.groups.io> On Behalf Of Steve N4IRS
Sent: Monday, 15 February 2021 3:18 AM
To: DVSwitch-AllStar@DVSwitch.groups.io
Subject: [DVSwitch-ASL] DVSwitch Server plus AllStar image

 

I have built a test image that includes DVSwitch Server and AllStar. This is a Raspbian Buster with the current kernel. You do not need to pin the kernel or headers.
To setup DVSwitch Server type dvs
To setup AllStar type asl-menu

The image is in the zip file at <http://dvswitch.org/files/DVSwitch_Images/Raspberry_Pi/Buster/2021-02-14-DVSwitch-Server-AllStar-lite.zip>



Re: DVSwitch Server plus AllStar image

jacomms
 

What are the default user & pass – mental blank today…

 

Justin Albury

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From: DVSwitch-AllStar@DVSwitch.groups.io <DVSwitch-AllStar@DVSwitch.groups.io> On Behalf Of Steve N4IRS
Sent: Monday, 15 February 2021 3:18 AM
To: DVSwitch-AllStar@DVSwitch.groups.io
Subject: [DVSwitch-ASL] DVSwitch Server plus AllStar image

 

I have built a test image that includes DVSwitch Server and AllStar. This is a Raspbian Buster with the current kernel. You do not need to pin the kernel or headers.
To setup DVSwitch Server type dvs
To setup AllStar type asl-menu

The image is in the zip file at <http://dvswitch.org/files/DVSwitch_Images/Raspberry_Pi/Buster/2021-02-14-DVSwitch-Server-AllStar-lite.zip>


Re: DVSwitch Server plus AllStar image

Steve N4IRS
 

On 2/14/21 3:58 PM, Ed W8VT wrote:
Steve,
Where can I find more information on the DVSwitch HTML Client? Looks quite interesting.
Thanks,

Ed W8VT


Re: DVSwitch Server plus AllStar image

Ed W8VT
 

Steve,
Where can I find more information on the DVSwitch HTML Client? Looks quite interesting.
Thanks,

Ed W8VT


Re: DVSwitch Server plus AllStar image

Steve N4IRS
 

Somewhat on topic, the HTML client for DVSwitch also supports AllStar mode directly. This means you can have a web client available on your AllStar node.


DVSwitch Server plus AllStar image

Steve N4IRS
 

I have built a test image that includes DVSwitch Server and AllStar. This is a Raspbian Buster with the current kernel. You do not need to pin the kernel or headers.
To setup DVSwitch Server type dvs
To setup AllStar type asl-menu

The image is in the zip file at <http://dvswitch.org/files/DVSwitch_Images/Raspberry_Pi/Buster/2021-02-14-DVSwitch-Server-AllStar-lite.zip>


Re: USRP and rpt.conf setting

Pierre Martel
 

Think you are right.., The habit of doing a repeater build i hard to overcome ;-)

Thanks for the link!


Le mar. 9 févr. 2021 à 16:37, Steve N4IRS <szingman@...> a écrit :
Pierre,
I think you have the AllStar Node setup in duplex. See <https://github.com/DVSwitch/Analog_Bridge/blob/master/ASL/rpt.conf.txt>

Steve N4IRS

On 2/9/21 4:12 PM, Pierre Martel wrote:
Hi, I am trying to make a bridge between a DMR tg and an allstarlink node and an extension on Hamshack Hotline. 

all those are on a VPS that I use also for anouncing my /24 in the 44 net and a vpn server. running latest debain and up to date

I installed allstarlink from the repo all went well. I programmed my node as a radio less hub at first then connected it to allstarlink. All was good. I then switched the driver for the node to USRP and then installed DVswitch from the repo (made sure the USRP driver were loaded and I rebooted between every action, asl install, connection to asl, switch to USRP, install dvswitch. 

Then I used the dvs menu to do the initial config, all went well, and Now if I go on the dashboard I can see that I am connected to BM ( in mmdvm mode but I will connect with a openbridge connection later on, I am one of the admin for BM Canada).

Now If someone connect to the dmr side of thing all we hear is Ellison saying node xxxxx timeout and a bout 1 seconde of the dmr sound then Allison, then another secound of dmr ect. till the dm side has no more data to send.. I am using the software vocoder. But I do have multiple vocoder thumb that I could link to the system if it would be usefull. 

Anyone could help me fix that?

I did not do any linking to HH yet as I want to first have working system before trying to break things in the dial plan ;-)

Pierre
VE2PF


Re: USRP and rpt.conf setting

Steve N4IRS
 

Pierre,
I think you have the AllStar Node setup in duplex. See <https://github.com/DVSwitch/Analog_Bridge/blob/master/ASL/rpt.conf.txt>

Steve N4IRS

On 2/9/21 4:12 PM, Pierre Martel wrote:
Hi, I am trying to make a bridge between a DMR tg and an allstarlink node and an extension on Hamshack Hotline. 

all those are on a VPS that I use also for anouncing my /24 in the 44 net and a vpn server. running latest debain and up to date

I installed allstarlink from the repo all went well. I programmed my node as a radio less hub at first then connected it to allstarlink. All was good. I then switched the driver for the node to USRP and then installed DVswitch from the repo (made sure the USRP driver were loaded and I rebooted between every action, asl install, connection to asl, switch to USRP, install dvswitch. 

Then I used the dvs menu to do the initial config, all went well, and Now if I go on the dashboard I can see that I am connected to BM ( in mmdvm mode but I will connect with a openbridge connection later on, I am one of the admin for BM Canada).

Now If someone connect to the dmr side of thing all we hear is Ellison saying node xxxxx timeout and a bout 1 seconde of the dmr sound then Allison, then another secound of dmr ect. till the dm side has no more data to send.. I am using the software vocoder. But I do have multiple vocoder thumb that I could link to the system if it would be usefull. 

Anyone could help me fix that?

I did not do any linking to HH yet as I want to first have working system before trying to break things in the dial plan ;-)

Pierre
VE2PF


USRP and rpt.conf setting

Pierre Martel
 

Hi, I am trying to make a bridge between a DMR tg and an allstarlink node and an extension on Hamshack Hotline. 

all those are on a VPS that I use also for anouncing my /24 in the 44 net and a vpn server. running latest debain and up to date

I installed allstarlink from the repo all went well. I programmed my node as a radio less hub at first then connected it to allstarlink. All was good. I then switched the driver for the node to USRP and then installed DVswitch from the repo (made sure the USRP driver were loaded and I rebooted between every action, asl install, connection to asl, switch to USRP, install dvswitch. 

Then I used the dvs menu to do the initial config, all went well, and Now if I go on the dashboard I can see that I am connected to BM ( in mmdvm mode but I will connect with a openbridge connection later on, I am one of the admin for BM Canada).

Now If someone connect to the dmr side of thing all we hear is Ellison saying node xxxxx timeout and a bout 1 seconde of the dmr sound then Allison, then another secound of dmr ect. till the dm side has no more data to send.. I am using the software vocoder. But I do have multiple vocoder thumb that I could link to the system if it would be usefull. 

Anyone could help me fix that?

I did not do any linking to HH yet as I want to first have working system before trying to break things in the dial plan ;-)

Pierre
VE2PF


Re: ASL -> DMR analog_bridge MMDVM_Bridge startup at boot

bretteld74@...
 

Hey Steve thanks for the links all working good now even after reset the 2 ini files start automatically. Just another question
while i'm at it. Is there a way to change TG like you do through the dvswitch app. And also is there a dashboard like there is
in the DVSwitch server.

Thanks again
Brett.
VK4BDE


Re: ASL -> DMR analog_bridge MMDVM_Bridge startup at boot

Steve N4IRS
 

Brett,
You should be able to use: <https://github.com/DVSwitch/Analog_Bridge/blob/master/systemd/analog_bridge.service> and <https://github.com/DVSwitch/MMDVM_Bridge/blob/master/systemd/mmdvm_bridge.service>
These are systemd unit files, you should be able to use systemctl to manage them on HAMVOIP.

On 1/30/21 8:19 AM, bretteld74@... wrote:
Hey guys I have a Allstar node (Hamvoip) and have installed DVSwitch and is working fine but to get it to work I have to open 2 SSH 
screens and then manually start the Analog_Bridge.ini and the MMDVM_Bridge.ini files to get it to work. Is there a way to have it startup
automatically when the node boots.

Thanks
Brett
VK4BDE


ASL -> DMR analog_bridge MMDVM_Bridge startup at boot

bretteld74@...
 

Hey guys I have a Allstar node (Hamvoip) and have installed DVSwitch and is working fine but to get it to work I have to open 2 SSH 
screens and then manually start the Analog_Bridge.ini and the MMDVM_Bridge.ini files to get it to work. Is there a way to have it startup
automatically when the node boots.

Thanks
Brett
VK4BDE


NODE switch via DV Switch mobile

StewartVK3PR
 

I know this must have been covered many times before but I am new to this.
I have successfully set up DV switch mobile and can converse via my Andriod phon and my Shari PI3U.
At 80 yrs you might understand how proud I am. (With more than a little help).
However:
I cannot , via the DV switch, connect to other nodes.
I presume it is meant to be possible.
When I have connected there is a line Dial String.
If I enter the number of a node to connect to e.g. 41522 and press send the number is then in a block of green and nothing more happens.
is there something in asterix which is meant to make this work that I have got wrong/
Assiatance would be appreciated.


Lost Audio analog ASL <->DMR #analog_bridge #mmdvm_bridge

Tito Lopez - YN1OB
 

Hello Folks, I have been running an ASL node tied to a DMR TG.
 I finally had some time to experiment adding a YSF reflector that was sitting round doing nothing.
In the past I could heard ASL and Echolink traffic on the DMR TG.
I currently can see (In the Logs) and hear traffic from the DMR TG ASL is tied to to the YSF reflector and it works great.
My problem is I do not hear any traffic from either ASL or Echolink  any suggestions will be Appreciated.
I can post my logs at your request.
Thanks guys We appreciate your help and wisdom.
YN1OB / W3DAW


Re: Shall we play a game? AKA Testing AllStar on Raspbian Buster

Steve N4IRS
 

I have modified the DAHDI DKMS to only build dahdi and dahdi_dummy (for speed) 
A few other small tweaks.

Steve N4IRS


Shall we play a game? AKA Testing AllStar on Raspbian Buster

Steve N4IRS
 
Edited

As part of a larger project I have built apt packages to install AllStar on Raspbian Buster. These packages are armhf only and only for testing installs.
The stock Raspbian Buster kernel does not support OSS the USB channel drivers will not work.

This is NOT intended for production use.
This is NOT intended for people that don't know their way around Linux
This is intended for testing the package installs.

I started with a bone stock Raspbian Buster lite image.
Before I booted the image I added a file ssh to the boot partition so I could ssh into the machine.
I booted on a Pi3B for testing
I did the following:
    1  apt-get update
    2  apt-get upgrade -y
    3  cd /etc/apt/sources.list.d/
    4  echo "deb http://dvswitch.org/ASL_Repository buster hamradio"
dvswitch.list
    5  wget -O - http://dvswitch.org/ASL_Repository/dvswitch.gpg.key | apt-key add -
    6  apt-get update
    8  apt-get install allstarlink
   15  reboot

Yes, that is a edited history output.
I will be working on the apt packages and maybe some changes to the binaries.

If you want to play along, feel free to report issues. I understand that this has a limited value but It's a start...

73, Steve N4IRS


Re: Retaking on the ASL<->YSF personal project #mmdvm_bridge #analog_bridge

Tito Lopez - YN1OB
 

Dave, thanks for your input and I appreciate you taken the initiative to help further, other have done great too!
Just to give you a run down...
 I have setup a YSFReflector 
What I want to do is connect to that reflector via ASL<--->YSFReflector
DMR is not my thing right now and would like that all the traffic I get from my ASL to that reflector.
I am currently running a node in vultr. the thing runs fine.
That is where my problem is.
I have built  ASL-DMR node prior to this but it seems that all stops working once I try to incorporate YSF
thanks 
Orlando


Re: Retaking on the ASL<->YSF personal project #mmdvm_bridge #analog_bridge

David Martin
 

Hi Tito,
Without knowing exactly what you want to do, I would say you do need,

A, a 'usrp node' for analog_bridge and mmdvm_bridge to connect to. And,

B, a simpleusb node for your all-star/echolink numbers that will connect to the loudspeaker/microphone.

These are then connected together in asterisk on startup.

If you are really starting from scratch and you need guidance then I suggest you follow the ASL to DMR how-to. 
Get that working then make changes as per Steve's email earlier to connect to YSF.

I have built two of these and they work well. Let me know if I can help further.  

Dave Martin VK3KQT

On Tue, Mar 24, 2020, 07:19 Tito Lopez <OBUSTOS01@...> wrote:
I guess I failed to mention that I will host a radioless node. so I do not need the "1999" as i want the "radioless" node to be the bridge.
Back on the ALS<->YSF Bandwagon again.... just cant quit as it is a learning experience.
YN1OB

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