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I am sorry to report that we have no method of connecting to
WiresX. Since Yaesu does not publish the protocol it would have to
be reverse engineered. I believe that is how BM did it.
73, Steve N4IRS
On 10/26/2018 07:34 PM, Martin W2MPR
I am looking for
some information. I want to try and figure out is how to bridge
my clubs WiresX node to an HBlink server. The idea is that we
want to have a way into our WiresX room for people who have
HotSpots and DMR radios. Right now Brandmeister can do it
through their master servers. They are linking to our Wires X
room through our node computer running Wires X software with an
HRI 200 box. We would like not to rely on Brandmeister for
that. I currently have a working instance of HBlink and it works
great. I tested it out with some buddies of mine using PiStar
HotSpots like the ZumSpot and JumboSpot, and also with the
SharkRF OpenSpot. We are currently testing it out as a private
network, but we would like to use this to bridge to our Wires X
room. What do I need to do in HBlink to connect to our Wires X
node the way Brandmeister does it directly over the internet.
Please keep in mind that I am a Linux newbie. I have learned
more about the Linux command line in 3 days than I have learned
in 20 years. I can handle the commands and the copy and paste,
but when it comes to the code text, I am lost. Do I need to
install another component to work with HBlink or is this
something I can do in the hblink.cfg file under the repeaters
section? I appreciate any detailed info anyone can provide.
Great to be part of this group.