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HBNET no OBP

Paul on6dp
 

Hi,
I have installed the HBNET and configured the OBP
I would like create an OBP between HBLink and HBnet server
On HBNet server I have a problem with OBP
 In place of connection i have this
('161.97.169.233', 62996)
('161.97.169.233', 62996)
('161.97.169.233', 62996)
('161.97.169.233', 62996)
('161.97.169.233', 62996)
('161.97.169.233', 62996)
('161.97.169.233', 62996)
('161.97.169.233', 62996)
('161.97.169.233', 62996)
('161.97.169.233', 62996)
('161.97.169.233', 62996)
('161.97.169.233', 62996)
('161.97.169.233', 62996)
('161.97.169.233', 62996)
('161.97.169.233', 62996)
('161.97.169.233', 62996)
('161.97.169.233', 62996)
('161.97.169.233', 62996)


And no connection to OBP
Where is my mistake

73 Paul


Re: Analog_Bridge log location

Steve N4IRS
 

/lib/systemd/system/analog_bridge.service

On 7/1/22 03:13, liujiaii@... wrote:
Hi Steve,

In  version 1.6.4 Analog_Bridge's ini file, I cant find "unit" section in there,

But I need two analogBR for P25 to DMR transcode,

How can I define the location of log files?

Thx in advance.

vy 73, de BH1NYR


Re: Analog_Bridge log location

liujiaii@...
 

Hi Steve,

In  version 1.6.4 Analog_Bridge's ini file, I cant find "unit" section in there,

But I need two analogBR for P25 to DMR transcode,

How can I define the location of log files?

Thx in advance.

vy 73, de BH1NYR


DVSwitch Server reset timing

Mike Kilsby
 

Hi all, is there a set time in the Server settings that resets the Server/Dashboard during a 24 hour period?
I notice that the Dashboard resets periodically. This is not an issue but would like to adjust that time if it exists.
thanks in advance. 73 Mike


Differnt DMR_Node_lists

Theo - PA3TEO
 

I am using dvswitch to connect to different DMR networks. This all works perfect, the only thing I can not figure out is how to switch to a different DMR_node_list
I see in /var/lib/mmdvm/ that there is a TGList_BM.txt and if I understand it right that is the list that is used also to push to you phone client. 

Is there a way to also download and use a TGIF TG list and let the program switch between them?


Re: Bridging YSF to a DMR talk group?

Steve N4IRS
 

\opt\MMDVM_Bridge

On 6/23/22 16:24, Justin Mann via groups.io wrote:
So once I’ve ran these comands, where do I find the MMDVM bridge directory?


On Jun 23, 2022, at 7:56 AM, Steve N4IRS <szingman@...> wrote:

cd /tmp

wget http://dvswitch.org/buster

chmod +x buster

apt-get update --allow-releaseinfo-change

./buster

apt-get update

apt-get install dvswitch-server -y

On 6/23/2022 8:53 AM, Justin Mann via groups.io wrote:
Hi there,
Apologies that I did not see the examples that are posted in the wikki, are there instructions for installing MMDVM bridge? I see something in pdf format, but using a screen-reader, it is difficult to read a pdf dockument, and see any kind of granular syntax: periods, commas, and capitalization etc. DO you have the installation instructions for MMDVM bridge in raw html format, so that I can cut, copy, and paste as needed?
Thanks,
Justin-ai5os.


On Jun 22, 2022, at 6:41 PM, Steve N4IRS <szingman@...> wrote:

<https://dvswitch.groups.io/g/main/wiki/6097>

On 6/22/22 18:40, Justin Mann via groups.io wrote:
Hi there,
The YSF reflector and talk group are mine both. I’d talked to the administrators of TGif previously, and they were ok with me doing this. Is there guidance in how to do this with MMDVMbridge?

On Jun 22, 2022, at 4:59 PM, Tony Langdon <vk3jed@...> wrote:

On 23/6/22 6:31 am, Justin Mann via groups.io wrote:
FOlks,
I used to have anxlx reflector xlx94, but everobyd else decided they want to go in a different direction, so now the thought is to bridge a ysf reflector, 75749 to a talk group on TGIF’s network, 89435, and eventually add Brandmeister. Would I use the dvswitch html client to make this happen?
No, using the HTML client means you're going via Analog_Reflector, which
means an unnecessary transcode cycle (and loss of audio quality across
the bridge).

First step is to check with TGIF to see if you're allowed to bridge with
DVSwitch, and if so, whether there's other conditions. Assuming it's
fine, you can do a high quality bridge between YSF and DMR with a single
instance of MMDVM_Bridge.

As for Brandmeister, I try and avoid it, and if I do use BM, I only use
it as an ordinary DMR user. I'm more often found on VK-DMR (DMR+),
FreeDMR and FreeSTAR. Brandmeister have very strict (and inconsistently
enforced at times) bridging policies. First, you'll need to use
something like HBLink3, because BM will require you to use an OpenBridge
to bridge to their network. You may fall foul of BM's "rebridging"
policy here - they're not keen on talkgroups being rebridged to other
talkgroups on BM or other networks.

However, when bridging to multiple networks, HBLink3 is a good idea
anyway, as it simplifies things, and you can setup a local master for
MMDVM_Bridge to bridge to. I use the FreeDMR port of HBLink3 to bridge
a talkgroup on FreeDMR and FreeSTAR, and have a local master for
MMDVM_Bridge to link in my YSF and NXDN reflectors. And yes, the admins
of both networks are on board. :)

Anyway, using MMDVM_Bridge to bridge YSF and DMR is straightforward.
Enable both YSF and DMR, as well as the YSF Network and DMR Network
sections. Point these to the YSF reflector and DMR master/talkgroup
respectively. Finally, you'll need to edit DVSwitch.ini so that the DMR
Rx port is the same as the YSF Tx port and vice-versa. This directs TLV
traffic back to MMDVM_Bridge, so it can be passed on to the other network.

--
73 de Tony VK3JED/VK3IRL
http://vkradio.com














Re: Bridging YSF to a DMR talk group?

Justin Mann
 

So once I’ve ran these comands, where do I find the MMDVM bridge directory?

On Jun 23, 2022, at 7:56 AM, Steve N4IRS <szingman@...> wrote:

cd /tmp

wget http://dvswitch.org/buster

chmod +x buster

apt-get update --allow-releaseinfo-change

./buster

apt-get update

apt-get install dvswitch-server -y

On 6/23/2022 8:53 AM, Justin Mann via groups.io wrote:
Hi there,
Apologies that I did not see the examples that are posted in the wikki, are there instructions for installing MMDVM bridge? I see something in pdf format, but using a screen-reader, it is difficult to read a pdf dockument, and see any kind of granular syntax: periods, commas, and capitalization etc. DO you have the installation instructions for MMDVM bridge in raw html format, so that I can cut, copy, and paste as needed?
Thanks,
Justin-ai5os.


On Jun 22, 2022, at 6:41 PM, Steve N4IRS <szingman@...> wrote:

<https://dvswitch.groups.io/g/main/wiki/6097>

On 6/22/22 18:40, Justin Mann via groups.io wrote:
Hi there,
The YSF reflector and talk group are mine both. I’d talked to the administrators of TGif previously, and they were ok with me doing this. Is there guidance in how to do this with MMDVMbridge?

On Jun 22, 2022, at 4:59 PM, Tony Langdon <vk3jed@...> wrote:

On 23/6/22 6:31 am, Justin Mann via groups.io wrote:
FOlks,
I used to have anxlx reflector xlx94, but everobyd else decided they want to go in a different direction, so now the thought is to bridge a ysf reflector, 75749 to a talk group on TGIF’s network, 89435, and eventually add Brandmeister. Would I use the dvswitch html client to make this happen?
No, using the HTML client means you're going via Analog_Reflector, which
means an unnecessary transcode cycle (and loss of audio quality across
the bridge).

First step is to check with TGIF to see if you're allowed to bridge with
DVSwitch, and if so, whether there's other conditions. Assuming it's
fine, you can do a high quality bridge between YSF and DMR with a single
instance of MMDVM_Bridge.

As for Brandmeister, I try and avoid it, and if I do use BM, I only use
it as an ordinary DMR user. I'm more often found on VK-DMR (DMR+),
FreeDMR and FreeSTAR. Brandmeister have very strict (and inconsistently
enforced at times) bridging policies. First, you'll need to use
something like HBLink3, because BM will require you to use an OpenBridge
to bridge to their network. You may fall foul of BM's "rebridging"
policy here - they're not keen on talkgroups being rebridged to other
talkgroups on BM or other networks.

However, when bridging to multiple networks, HBLink3 is a good idea
anyway, as it simplifies things, and you can setup a local master for
MMDVM_Bridge to bridge to. I use the FreeDMR port of HBLink3 to bridge
a talkgroup on FreeDMR and FreeSTAR, and have a local master for
MMDVM_Bridge to link in my YSF and NXDN reflectors. And yes, the admins
of both networks are on board. :)

Anyway, using MMDVM_Bridge to bridge YSF and DMR is straightforward.
Enable both YSF and DMR, as well as the YSF Network and DMR Network
sections. Point these to the YSF reflector and DMR master/talkgroup
respectively. Finally, you'll need to edit DVSwitch.ini so that the DMR
Rx port is the same as the YSF Tx port and vice-versa. This directs TLV
traffic back to MMDVM_Bridge, so it can be passed on to the other network.

--
73 de Tony VK3JED/VK3IRL
http://vkradio.com
















Re: Blocked DVS???

nh6bf
 

Thanks!  I will try it!


Re: Bridging YSF to a DMR talk group?

Steve N4IRS
 

cd /tmp

wget http://dvswitch.org/buster

chmod +x buster

apt-get update --allow-releaseinfo-change

./buster

apt-get update

apt-get install dvswitch-server -y

On 6/23/2022 8:53 AM, Justin Mann via groups.io wrote:
Hi there,
Apologies that I did not see the examples that are posted in the wikki, are there instructions for installing MMDVM bridge? I see something in pdf format, but using a screen-reader, it is difficult to read a pdf dockument, and see any kind of granular syntax: periods, commas, and capitalization etc. DO you have the installation instructions for MMDVM bridge in raw html format, so that I can cut, copy, and paste as needed?
Thanks,
Justin-ai5os.


On Jun 22, 2022, at 6:41 PM, Steve N4IRS <szingman@...> wrote:

<https://dvswitch.groups.io/g/main/wiki/6097>

On 6/22/22 18:40, Justin Mann via groups.io wrote:
Hi there,
The YSF reflector and talk group are mine both. I’d talked to the administrators of TGif previously, and they were ok with me doing this. Is there guidance in how to do this with MMDVMbridge?

On Jun 22, 2022, at 4:59 PM, Tony Langdon <vk3jed@...> wrote:

On 23/6/22 6:31 am, Justin Mann via groups.io wrote:
FOlks,
I used to have anxlx reflector xlx94, but everobyd else decided they want to go in a different direction, so now the thought is to bridge a ysf reflector, 75749 to a talk group on TGIF’s network, 89435, and eventually add Brandmeister. Would I use the dvswitch html client to make this happen?
No, using the HTML client means you're going via Analog_Reflector, which
means an unnecessary transcode cycle (and loss of audio quality across
the bridge).

First step is to check with TGIF to see if you're allowed to bridge with
DVSwitch, and if so, whether there's other conditions. Assuming it's
fine, you can do a high quality bridge between YSF and DMR with a single
instance of MMDVM_Bridge.

As for Brandmeister, I try and avoid it, and if I do use BM, I only use
it as an ordinary DMR user. I'm more often found on VK-DMR (DMR+),
FreeDMR and FreeSTAR. Brandmeister have very strict (and inconsistently
enforced at times) bridging policies. First, you'll need to use
something like HBLink3, because BM will require you to use an OpenBridge
to bridge to their network. You may fall foul of BM's "rebridging"
policy here - they're not keen on talkgroups being rebridged to other
talkgroups on BM or other networks.

However, when bridging to multiple networks, HBLink3 is a good idea
anyway, as it simplifies things, and you can setup a local master for
MMDVM_Bridge to bridge to. I use the FreeDMR port of HBLink3 to bridge
a talkgroup on FreeDMR and FreeSTAR, and have a local master for
MMDVM_Bridge to link in my YSF and NXDN reflectors. And yes, the admins
of both networks are on board. :)

Anyway, using MMDVM_Bridge to bridge YSF and DMR is straightforward.
Enable both YSF and DMR, as well as the YSF Network and DMR Network
sections. Point these to the YSF reflector and DMR master/talkgroup
respectively. Finally, you'll need to edit DVSwitch.ini so that the DMR
Rx port is the same as the YSF Tx port and vice-versa. This directs TLV
traffic back to MMDVM_Bridge, so it can be passed on to the other network.

--
73 de Tony VK3JED/VK3IRL
http://vkradio.com












Re: Bridging YSF to a DMR talk group?

Justin Mann
 

Hi there,
Apologies that I did not see the examples that are posted in the wikki, are there instructions for installing MMDVM bridge? I see something in pdf format, but using a screen-reader, it is difficult to read a pdf dockument, and see any kind of granular syntax: periods, commas, and capitalization etc. DO you have the installation instructions for MMDVM bridge in raw html format, so that I can cut, copy, and paste as needed?
Thanks,
Justin-ai5os.

On Jun 22, 2022, at 6:41 PM, Steve N4IRS <szingman@...> wrote:

<https://dvswitch.groups.io/g/main/wiki/6097>

On 6/22/22 18:40, Justin Mann via groups.io wrote:
Hi there,
The YSF reflector and talk group are mine both. I’d talked to the administrators of TGif previously, and they were ok with me doing this. Is there guidance in how to do this with MMDVMbridge?

On Jun 22, 2022, at 4:59 PM, Tony Langdon <vk3jed@...> wrote:

On 23/6/22 6:31 am, Justin Mann via groups.io wrote:
FOlks,
I used to have anxlx reflector xlx94, but everobyd else decided they want to go in a different direction, so now the thought is to bridge a ysf reflector, 75749 to a talk group on TGIF’s network, 89435, and eventually add Brandmeister. Would I use the dvswitch html client to make this happen?
No, using the HTML client means you're going via Analog_Reflector, which
means an unnecessary transcode cycle (and loss of audio quality across
the bridge).

First step is to check with TGIF to see if you're allowed to bridge with
DVSwitch, and if so, whether there's other conditions. Assuming it's
fine, you can do a high quality bridge between YSF and DMR with a single
instance of MMDVM_Bridge.

As for Brandmeister, I try and avoid it, and if I do use BM, I only use
it as an ordinary DMR user. I'm more often found on VK-DMR (DMR+),
FreeDMR and FreeSTAR. Brandmeister have very strict (and inconsistently
enforced at times) bridging policies. First, you'll need to use
something like HBLink3, because BM will require you to use an OpenBridge
to bridge to their network. You may fall foul of BM's "rebridging"
policy here - they're not keen on talkgroups being rebridged to other
talkgroups on BM or other networks.

However, when bridging to multiple networks, HBLink3 is a good idea
anyway, as it simplifies things, and you can setup a local master for
MMDVM_Bridge to bridge to. I use the FreeDMR port of HBLink3 to bridge
a talkgroup on FreeDMR and FreeSTAR, and have a local master for
MMDVM_Bridge to link in my YSF and NXDN reflectors. And yes, the admins
of both networks are on board. :)

Anyway, using MMDVM_Bridge to bridge YSF and DMR is straightforward.
Enable both YSF and DMR, as well as the YSF Network and DMR Network
sections. Point these to the YSF reflector and DMR master/talkgroup
respectively. Finally, you'll need to edit DVSwitch.ini so that the DMR
Rx port is the same as the YSF Tx port and vice-versa. This directs TLV
traffic back to MMDVM_Bridge, so it can be passed on to the other network.

--
73 de Tony VK3JED/VK3IRL
http://vkradio.com












Re: Bridging YSF to a DMR talk group?

 

See the bottom part of my reply, I sent you an outline of how to do it
with MMDVM_Bridge

On 23/6/22 8:40 am, Justin Mann via groups.io wrote:
Hi there,
The YSF reflector and talk group are mine both. I’d talked to the administrators of TGif previously, and they were ok with me doing this. Is there guidance in how to do this with MMDVMbridge?

On Jun 22, 2022, at 4:59 PM, Tony Langdon <vk3jed@...> wrote:

On 23/6/22 6:31 am, Justin Mann via groups.io wrote:
FOlks,
I used to have anxlx reflector xlx94, but everobyd else decided they want to go in a different direction, so now the thought is to bridge a ysf reflector, 75749 to a talk group on TGIF’s network, 89435, and eventually add Brandmeister. Would I use the dvswitch html client to make this happen?
No, using the HTML client means you're going via Analog_Reflector, which
means an unnecessary transcode cycle (and loss of audio quality across
the bridge).

First step is to check with TGIF to see if you're allowed to bridge with
DVSwitch, and if so, whether there's other conditions. Assuming it's
fine, you can do a high quality bridge between YSF and DMR with a single
instance of MMDVM_Bridge.

As for Brandmeister, I try and avoid it, and if I do use BM, I only use
it as an ordinary DMR user. I'm more often found on VK-DMR (DMR+),
FreeDMR and FreeSTAR. Brandmeister have very strict (and inconsistently
enforced at times) bridging policies. First, you'll need to use
something like HBLink3, because BM will require you to use an OpenBridge
to bridge to their network. You may fall foul of BM's "rebridging"
policy here - they're not keen on talkgroups being rebridged to other
talkgroups on BM or other networks.

However, when bridging to multiple networks, HBLink3 is a good idea
anyway, as it simplifies things, and you can setup a local master for
MMDVM_Bridge to bridge to. I use the FreeDMR port of HBLink3 to bridge
a talkgroup on FreeDMR and FreeSTAR, and have a local master for
MMDVM_Bridge to link in my YSF and NXDN reflectors. And yes, the admins
of both networks are on board. :)

Anyway, using MMDVM_Bridge to bridge YSF and DMR is straightforward.
Enable both YSF and DMR, as well as the YSF Network and DMR Network
sections. Point these to the YSF reflector and DMR master/talkgroup
respectively. Finally, you'll need to edit DVSwitch.ini so that the DMR
Rx port is the same as the YSF Tx port and vice-versa. This directs TLV
traffic back to MMDVM_Bridge, so it can be passed on to the other network.

--
73 de Tony VK3JED/VK3IRL
http://vkradio.com








--
73 de Tony VK3JED/VK3IRL
http://vkradio.com


Re: Bridging YSF to a DMR talk group?

Steve N4IRS
 

On 6/22/22 18:40, Justin Mann via groups.io wrote:
Hi there,
The YSF reflector and talk group are mine both. I’d talked to the administrators of TGif previously, and they were ok with me doing this. Is there guidance in how to do this with MMDVMbridge?

On Jun 22, 2022, at 4:59 PM, Tony Langdon <vk3jed@...> wrote:

On 23/6/22 6:31 am, Justin Mann via groups.io wrote:
FOlks,
I used to have anxlx reflector xlx94, but everobyd else decided they want to go in a different direction, so now the thought is to bridge a ysf reflector, 75749 to a talk group on TGIF’s network, 89435, and eventually add Brandmeister. Would I use the dvswitch html client to make this happen?
No, using the HTML client means you're going via Analog_Reflector, which
means an unnecessary transcode cycle (and loss of audio quality across
the bridge).

First step is to check with TGIF to see if you're allowed to bridge with
DVSwitch, and if so, whether there's other conditions. Assuming it's
fine, you can do a high quality bridge between YSF and DMR with a single
instance of MMDVM_Bridge.

As for Brandmeister, I try and avoid it, and if I do use BM, I only use
it as an ordinary DMR user. I'm more often found on VK-DMR (DMR+),
FreeDMR and FreeSTAR. Brandmeister have very strict (and inconsistently
enforced at times) bridging policies. First, you'll need to use
something like HBLink3, because BM will require you to use an OpenBridge
to bridge to their network. You may fall foul of BM's "rebridging"
policy here - they're not keen on talkgroups being rebridged to other
talkgroups on BM or other networks.

However, when bridging to multiple networks, HBLink3 is a good idea
anyway, as it simplifies things, and you can setup a local master for
MMDVM_Bridge to bridge to. I use the FreeDMR port of HBLink3 to bridge
a talkgroup on FreeDMR and FreeSTAR, and have a local master for
MMDVM_Bridge to link in my YSF and NXDN reflectors. And yes, the admins
of both networks are on board. :)

Anyway, using MMDVM_Bridge to bridge YSF and DMR is straightforward.
Enable both YSF and DMR, as well as the YSF Network and DMR Network
sections. Point these to the YSF reflector and DMR master/talkgroup
respectively. Finally, you'll need to edit DVSwitch.ini so that the DMR
Rx port is the same as the YSF Tx port and vice-versa. This directs TLV
traffic back to MMDVM_Bridge, so it can be passed on to the other network.

--
73 de Tony VK3JED/VK3IRL
http://vkradio.com








Re: Bridging YSF to a DMR talk group?

Justin Mann
 

Hi there,
The YSF reflector and talk group are mine both. I’d talked to the administrators of TGif previously, and they were ok with me doing this. Is there guidance in how to do this with MMDVMbridge?

On Jun 22, 2022, at 4:59 PM, Tony Langdon <vk3jed@...> wrote:

On 23/6/22 6:31 am, Justin Mann via groups.io wrote:
FOlks,
I used to have anxlx reflector xlx94, but everobyd else decided they want to go in a different direction, so now the thought is to bridge a ysf reflector, 75749 to a talk group on TGIF’s network, 89435, and eventually add Brandmeister. Would I use the dvswitch html client to make this happen?
No, using the HTML client means you're going via Analog_Reflector, which
means an unnecessary transcode cycle (and loss of audio quality across
the bridge).

First step is to check with TGIF to see if you're allowed to bridge with
DVSwitch, and if so, whether there's other conditions. Assuming it's
fine, you can do a high quality bridge between YSF and DMR with a single
instance of MMDVM_Bridge.

As for Brandmeister, I try and avoid it, and if I do use BM, I only use
it as an ordinary DMR user. I'm more often found on VK-DMR (DMR+),
FreeDMR and FreeSTAR. Brandmeister have very strict (and inconsistently
enforced at times) bridging policies. First, you'll need to use
something like HBLink3, because BM will require you to use an OpenBridge
to bridge to their network. You may fall foul of BM's "rebridging"
policy here - they're not keen on talkgroups being rebridged to other
talkgroups on BM or other networks.

However, when bridging to multiple networks, HBLink3 is a good idea
anyway, as it simplifies things, and you can setup a local master for
MMDVM_Bridge to bridge to. I use the FreeDMR port of HBLink3 to bridge
a talkgroup on FreeDMR and FreeSTAR, and have a local master for
MMDVM_Bridge to link in my YSF and NXDN reflectors. And yes, the admins
of both networks are on board. :)

Anyway, using MMDVM_Bridge to bridge YSF and DMR is straightforward.
Enable both YSF and DMR, as well as the YSF Network and DMR Network
sections. Point these to the YSF reflector and DMR master/talkgroup
respectively. Finally, you'll need to edit DVSwitch.ini so that the DMR
Rx port is the same as the YSF Tx port and vice-versa. This directs TLV
traffic back to MMDVM_Bridge, so it can be passed on to the other network.

--
73 de Tony VK3JED/VK3IRL
http://vkradio.com






Re: Bridging YSF to a DMR talk group?

 

On 23/6/22 6:31 am, Justin Mann via groups.io wrote:
FOlks,
I used to have anxlx reflector xlx94, but everobyd else decided they want to go in a different direction, so now the thought is to bridge a ysf reflector, 75749 to a talk group on TGIF’s network, 89435, and eventually add Brandmeister. Would I use the dvswitch html client to make this happen?
No, using the HTML client means you're going via Analog_Reflector, which
means an unnecessary transcode cycle (and loss of audio quality across
the bridge). 

First step is to check with TGIF to see if you're allowed to bridge with
DVSwitch, and if so, whether there's other conditions.  Assuming it's
fine, you can do a high quality bridge between YSF and DMR with a single
instance of MMDVM_Bridge. 

As for Brandmeister, I try and avoid it, and if I do use BM, I only use
it as an ordinary DMR user.  I'm more often found on VK-DMR (DMR+),
FreeDMR and FreeSTAR.  Brandmeister have very strict (and inconsistently
enforced at times) bridging policies.  First, you'll need to use
something like HBLink3, because BM will require you to use an OpenBridge
to bridge to their network.  You may fall foul of BM's "rebridging"
policy here - they're not keen on talkgroups being rebridged to other
talkgroups on BM or other networks.

However, when bridging to multiple networks, HBLink3 is a good idea
anyway, as it simplifies things, and you can setup a local master for
MMDVM_Bridge to bridge to.  I use the FreeDMR port of HBLink3 to bridge
a talkgroup on FreeDMR and FreeSTAR, and have a local master for
MMDVM_Bridge to link in my YSF and NXDN reflectors.  And yes, the admins
of both networks are on board. :)

Anyway, using MMDVM_Bridge to bridge YSF and DMR is straightforward. 
Enable both YSF and DMR, as well as the YSF Network and DMR Network
sections.  Point these to the YSF reflector and DMR master/talkgroup
respectively.  Finally, you'll need to edit DVSwitch.ini so that the DMR
Rx port is the same as the YSF Tx port and vice-versa.  This directs TLV
traffic back to MMDVM_Bridge, so it can be passed on to the other network.

--
73 de Tony VK3JED/VK3IRL
http://vkradio.com


Re: Blocked DVS???

 

On 23/6/22 12:16 am, nh6bf via groups.io wrote:
On Tue, Jun 21, 2022 at 08:29 PM, Tony Langdon wrote:
(once I worked out how
to get the ThumbDV to work with AB). :)
Ok, how??? 

I set it up with a direct serial connection and set the baud rate to 460800.

[DV3000]
address = 127.0.0.1                 ; IP address of AMBEServer
rxPort = 2460                       ; Port of AMBEServer
address = /dev/ThumbDV              ; Device of DV3000U on this machine
baud = 460800                       ; Baud rate of the dongle (230400 or 460800)
serial = true                       ; Use serial=true for direct connect or serial=false for AMBEServer

I've used udev rules to create the symlink /dev/ThumbDV that points to the actual serial device, because I have multiple USB serial devices.  If you only have one USB serial device, you can use /dev/ttyUSB0

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Re: Blocked DVS???

 

On 22/6/22 4:33 pm, IK7VXC Mike wrote:

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Actually there are no issues. If you use DVS with a hardware vocoder
(AMBE) or an external Ambe Server or the like, the audio quality is
very good. The only problem is if you use a sofware vocoder. In such
case the audio from the mic is overly saturated and distorted (unless
you set the mic audio gain to 0.05). This gives an excuse to some
narrow-minded "talibans" to demonize DVS or other applications. But
only because they believe the only way to go is to use a "proper"
radio. That's all. There is another thread where I talk about this.
Yeah that's a different issue.  I use DVSwitch on D-STAR as the
transcoding part part of a multimode reflector.  No complaints about
audio quality on D-STAR.  I use a ThumbDV with AB to do the actual
transcoding.

As for users on my reflector, if they can be understood, I have no
issues, but I can't guarantee someone won't make comments if someone
does happen to have poor audio.  I haven't tried the software vocoder
lately, so I don't know what it sounds like.

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Bridging YSF to a DMR talk group?

Justin Mann
 

FOlks,
I used to have anxlx reflector xlx94, but everobyd else decided they want to go in a different direction, so now the thought is to bridge a ysf reflector, 75749 to a talk group on TGIF’s network, 89435, and eventually add Brandmeister. Would I use the dvswitch html client to make this happen?
THanks,
Justin


Re: Blocked DVS???

Jason - WY7JT
 

We should add the ability to change the DVS identifier on D-Star. Those reflectors allow AMBE identified users. Kind of funny, they'll allow you to use the ThumbDV (or other vocoder) with a computer or BlueDV on Android (usually overdriven a bit), but frown on DVSwitch Server where you're just doing the same thing. I monitor those on occasion with DVS, but I've never heard anyone use DVS without a vocoder. I would have to think it has to do with bridging. Perhaps just change the identifier to AMBE if an AMBE dongle is present in your DVS install?

Jason - WY7JT


On Wed, Jun 22, 2022 at 8:16 AM nh6bf via groups.io <lr60=yahoo.com@groups.io> wrote:
On Tue, Jun 21, 2022 at 08:29 PM, Tony Langdon wrote:
(once I worked out how
to get the ThumbDV to work with AB). :)
Ok, how??? 


Re: Blocked DVS???

nh6bf
 

On Tue, Jun 21, 2022 at 08:29 PM, Tony Langdon wrote:
(once I worked out how
to get the ThumbDV to work with AB). :)
Ok, how??? 


Re: Blocked DVS???

IK7VXC Mike
 

And so do I. But you've been blocked not because you were causing "problems", but because you were using DVS. Like I said, these people don't like apps and abuse of their power ...

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