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I can tell you I have 2 VirMach VPS running DVSwitch Server without
a problem. I am running what amounts to an analog bridge to service
DVSwitch clients (DVSM, pyUC and hUC) so, it looks like this:
client <-> Analog_Bridge <-> MMDVM_Bridge <->
Gateway(s) or DMR Masters
I am also running a install of HBlink3 connected to BM via
OpenBridge servicing hotspots.
I have done this on Debian 9 and I have also done a in place upgrade
to Debian 10.
Does netstat -unap show anything?
netcat helps to troubleshoot some of these type of issues.
You may want to ask on the HBlink subgroup at
Hope this helps,
On 2/18/2021 9:52 AM, Jon K1IMD wrote:
Has anyone by chance managed to get IPSC_Bridge<->HB_Bridge
to run on a VirMach VPS (Elite+ LITE Package) with Debian 9 OS?
I have tried on and off for more than a year to try to get it to
work. Prior to moving the system to the VPS I bench tested it on
a RPi running Debian 9 and it worked fine.
I set it up on the VPS, everything runs with no complaints BUT the
dmrlink & hblink to not "talk" to one another. Thinking as I
always do... I wonder what I did wrong because the machine is
never at fault it is always the human... right?
To prove myself wrong I took the exact same configuration and
installed it on a different system, in this case a VM also running
Debian 9 and it works fine. I even replicated the bridge 5 times
for different connections and they all have worked flawlessly for
over a year.
The VirMach VPS is their low end service, the lowest end service
Value+ LITE did not have enough memory (512MB) to load so I bumped
up to the Elite+ LITE (1GB) and everything loads fine.
What appears to be the problem is that the internal in IPSC_Bridge
fromGatewayPort = 31000 & toGatewayPort = 31003 don't
communicate with HB_Bridge ports fromGatewayPort = 31003 &
toGatewayPort = 31000
Since the exact same configuration works fine on other systems it
would appear that the problem is somewhere in the architecture of
Anyone have any ideas or been successful using VirMach for