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Here is a Block diagramme of our setup. Qui te similarités to what you want to do.
It can help to have a clear view of all the modules. Ports number to use etc
With Steve to help you are in good hand.
Le 14 janv. 2018 15:29, "Ed W8VT" <vacuumtubesforever@...
> a écrit :
Well the only think that I know that
actually works is the AllStar portion.
I also did the preliminary tests and seem to communicate with the
As far as HBLink and bridge, I'm not even sure if I have it
installed correctly in the proper directories and the proper way
to start and stop it.
Just kind of lost at this point. Your help is greatly appreciated.
On 01/14/2018 02:59 PM, Steve N4IRS wrote:
Build from the outsides in.
Get HB_Bridge connected to BM.
You should be able to connect to the BM server and after
configuring the TG on the selfcare page, you should see data from
the TG in the HB log.
Configure AllStarLink with the USRP channel driver on the private
Configure Analog_Bridge to communicate with AllStarLink
Since it's a private node, connect the private node to your public
While Analog_Bridge is running in the foreground, you should see
traffic from ASL to Analog_Bridge
When you have both sides working run everything on the
On 01/14/2018 02:41 PM, JJ Cummings
Have you gotten HBlink working independent of Analog_Bridge?
Sent from the iRoad
The goal is to have a bridge
from Allstar to Brandmeister TG 313938 (cluster of
repeaters in SE OH).
Private Allstar node 1952 that can be connected when
Currently have this on a Raspberry Pi 2 with USB AMBE
On 01/14/2018 02:24 PM, Steve N4IRS wrote:
Why don't you start with what you are trying to accomplish
and we can go from there.
73, Steve N4IRS
On 01/14/2018 12:40 PM, Ed
point, think I'm lost, dazed and confused (more than
normal). Is there a guru out there that might log in and
see if I have this stuff installed properly and help
explain some of the configs?