Jeff Lehman, N8ACL
So everything you want to do is via asl. The problem you have is since you connected everything directly to the main node you will not be able to connect or disconnect anything on demand.toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
The way I do it is with multiple private nodes. I have a node for echolink a node for a dmr bridge a node for an xlx bridge. Then I use the startup macro on the main node to connect to all the private nodes on startup. Then if I need to disconnect a mode, link echolink for example, I just disconnect that node and it’s not on the system. Then I can connect it back.
You can do it with the html client by creating elements for connect node x, another for disconnect node x, another for connect node y etc etc. then you can connect and disconnect modes from there. In the TG element you would put someone like “*31999” to connect node x and then *21999 to disonnect node x
Hopefully that makes sense.
On Mar 26, 2021, at 18:25, Pierre Martel <petem001@...> wrote: