Here is my echolink.conf
call = TG9AOR ; Change this!
pwd = 5up3rt1tt4 ; Change this!
name = BM DMR TG70406 ; Change this!
qth = Guatemala ; Change this!
email = qrz@... ; Change this!
node = 540574 ; Change this!
; Data for EchoLink Status Page
lat = 14.528 ; Latitude in decimal degrees
lon = -90.454 ; Longitude in decimal degrees
freq = 0.0 ; not mandatory Frequency in MHz
tone = 0.0 ; not mandatory CTCSS Tone (0 for none)
power = 0 ; 0=0W, 1=1W, 2=4W, 3=9W, 4=16W, 5=25W, 6=36W, 7=49W, 8=64W, 9=81W (Power in Watts)
height = 0 ; 0=10 1=20 2=40 3=80 4=160 5=320 6=640 7=1280 8=2560 9=5120 (AMSL in Feet)
gain = 0 ; Gain in db (0-9)
dir = 0 ; 0=omni 1=45deg 2=90deg 3=135deg 4=180deg 5=225deg 6=270deg 7=315deg 8=360deg (Direction)
maxstns = 2 ; Max Stations
rtcptimeout = 10 ; Max number of missed heartbeats from EL
recfile = /tmp/echolink_recorded.gsm ;
astnode = 48270 ; Change this!
context = radio-secure ; Default in code is echolink-in
; Max 3 servers
server1 = nasouth.echolink.org
server2 = naeast.echolink.org
server3 = server3.echolink.org
; To deny w6xxx you would add the statement: deny = w6xxx
; To prohibit computer-based connections you would write: permit = *-*
; To allow access to only a select group of callsigns: permit = w6abc,w6def,...
permit = KB2YMD-L,TG9AOR-L,KB2YMD ; comma delimited list of callsign, type (-r)
; Remote text commands thru netcat:
; o.conip <IPaddress> (request a connect) ===============>I have tried this by issuing nc -u 127.0.0.1 32767 and then at the prompt issuing the o.conip xxx.xxx.xx.xxx but I do not get a reply or NAK and Echolink does not connect to the IP requested. What is the proper command syntax for this? Thanks.
; o.dconip <IPaddress> (request a disconnect)
; o.rec (turn on/off recording)
ipaddr = 127.0.0.1
port = 32767
José Roberto Ruíz García Salas