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Yep i did that and it started workkng again, but 4z1yr told me that he thinks they still want to get rid of our cloud bridges
On Mon, Mar 22, 2021, 17:40 Steve N4IRS <szingman@...
BM is unhappy about any bridge they do not control.
BM is implementing controls to disallow mis-configured hotspots from
connecting to their network. Some of our early configurations
violate this and cause a connection to not complete. Here is what
you need to check:
Make sure your RX Frequency matches your TX frequency and that your
callsign is correct for your DMRID+SSID
We have a replacement connection method in beta test now. That
method, Simple Terminal Feature Update uses the connection method
required by BM. Simple Terminal Feature Update is our answer to BM.
We will release the software on March 1.
On 3/22/2021 10:47 AM, Pierre Martel
It is not that they are unhappy about bridges.
What they don't like is the fact that some bridges are done in
such a way that it creates loops between multiple networks.
Le lun. 22 mars 2021 à 10:33,
mark rosenberg <4x1ks.mark@...
Something is going on with BM not happy about
bridge service to allstar. I have a cloud server with
allstar bridged to bm and i have heard that they consider
bridges using cloud servers or rpi's to be troublesome