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Thanks for the definitive answer. I was "out of pocket" for a couple
In other news...
I am troubleshooting hb_parrot and working on the scripting for the
On 05/30/2017 05:44 PM, Cort wrote:
Again, as stated earlier the purpose of the
“REPEAT:” configuration in HBlink.
Line from the comments in the sample configuration
Repeat - if True, the master repeats traffic to clients, False,
it does nothing.
This isn’t entirely clear, but what it means is the
particulate instance of HBlink, if it is a master, this will
make it repeat everything to every client connected to that
On May 30, 2017, at 4:30 PM, Matthew Pitts via
I believe that, or something close to it, is the purpose
of the On and Off entries in each rule. The ones that
Steve showed us are empty, but they would hold Talkgroups
defined for the purpose of enabling and disabling rules.
On May 30, 2017 4:36:32 PM EDT, "marrold.co.uk
Thanks for sharing the configuration, that
confirms the understanding I have so far.
To clarify my question, if HBLink is acting as a
master only, without any
additional systems, are DMR frames passed between
connected clients? If so, is it possible to apply
the timeouts and 'rules' to inter-client traffic?
If this isn't currently a feature of
HBLink, is it supported in DMRLink or the upcoming
Thanks again for your assistance and contributions