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Re: Network Wachdog has expired

Paul Nannery KC2VRJ
 

I'm seeing more 29999 keeps dropping om my allstar node I'm not sure it's your issue


On Tue, Jun 19, 2018, 8:58 PM alberto_e_puig <alberto_e_puig@...> wrote:
ASL to DMR Bridge seen to be working fine on our end but it keep disconecting the bridge after a few minutes of operation. The log shows the following: network wachdog has expired. Any settings to fix this problem? thanks very much.

73'
Alberto KP4AP


Network Wachdog has expired

Alberto, KP4AP
 

ASL to DMR Bridge seen to be working fine on our end but it keep disconecting the bridge after a few minutes of operation. The log shows the following: network wachdog has expired. Any settings to fix this problem? thanks very much.

73'
Alberto KP4AP


Re: [App_rpt-users] ASL Digital Radio/MMDVM Intro Tech "NET" Tues June 19 @ 00:30z

Alberto, KP4AP
 

Which allstar link node number will be used for the ASL Digital Radio/MMDVM Intro Tech "NET"?

Thanks,

73' Alberto KP4AP
 


Re: P25Reflector

Jeff Carrier
 

Thanks Steve, 

I'll tinker around with setting up another reflector for grins.

we're running 10209 pbx.k0jsc.com 41000 here if anyone wants to add it to a host file.

It's bridged to analog and to bm 310815

On Tue, Jun 19, 2018 at 9:05 AM KB8JNM <groupio@...> wrote:
LOL... I'm in ( at a latter time ) Still have other stuff to learn first.
But I have wondered what was / could stop anyone from making their own reflector on any of these formats.
Seems to me, as long as your system was accepting the connects to the ID, it's up to you and your system.
But I know each would/should have their own rules governing that per issues specific to them.
Locally, there was a lot of interest in P25, but not sure it is still there since YSF and yaesu sold everyone a new repeater around here who could not repair their own systems anymore or afford to have someone else do it for them. Smart move on Yaesu's part but nobody applied the next step.

But back to the point. Seems like these streams are basically well under 10k. with whatever compression tech is applied, And the Pi's you are referring to, do not have to deal with adding compression or unpacking the streams, just handle them. 'A Server/Switch'
Sounds like I need  I need a couple of xtra 3b+ pi's laying around going forward...LOL


Re: P25Reflector

Mike KB8JNM
 

LOL... I'm in ( at a latter time ) Still have other stuff to learn first.
But I have wondered what was / could stop anyone from making their own reflector on any of these formats.
Seems to me, as long as your system was accepting the connects to the ID, it's up to you and your system.
But I know each would/should have their own rules governing that per issues specific to them.
Locally, there was a lot of interest in P25, but not sure it is still there since YSF and yaesu sold everyone a new repeater around here who could not repair their own systems anymore or afford to have someone else do it for them. Smart move on Yaesu's part but nobody applied the next step.

But back to the point. Seems like these streams are basically well under 10k. with whatever compression tech is applied, And the Pi's you are referring to, do not have to deal with adding compression or unpacking the streams, just handle them. 'A Server/Switch'
Sounds like I need  I need a couple of xtra 3b+ pi's laying around going forward...LOL


Re: P25Reflector

Steve N4IRS
 

Mike,
I have yet to see a P25Reflector top out. There are 60 repeaters and hotspots connected to the P25NA reflector and it's not even breathing heavy. I know people that run the reflector software on a Pi.

Steve

On 6/19/2018 9:51 AM, KB8JNM wrote:
So Steve,
How much resources does it require for a P25 reflector ?
While, am not currently headed that way, I do want to reserve some stuff in advance.
SO how many streams might I support per cpu/mem I guess to be more pointed about it.


Re: P25Reflector

Mike KB8JNM
 

So Steve,
How much resources does it require for a P25 reflector ?
While, am not currently headed that way, I do want to reserve some stuff in advance.
SO how many streams might I support per cpu/mem I guess to be more pointed about it.


Re: [App_rpt-users] ASL Digital Radio/MMDVM Intro Tech "NET" Tues June 19 @ 00:30z

Bob
 


Hi Steve

Ok tks.   Got the day wrong !!

I will try again tomorrow

73
Bob
VK6ZGN

On 19 June 2018 09:11:39 "Steve N4IRS" <szingman@...> wrote:

It's tomorrow.

On 06/18/2018 08:43 PM, Bob wrote:

Hi

Can anyone tell me if the Tech Net is on today ?

 

"Getting Started with"

Digital Modes / DMR  /YSF /P25 /DSTAR /NXDN using MMDVM and bridging these to ALLSTAR

To be held on the Allstar Network at

8:30 pm esdst / 00:30 utc  - TUES JUNE 19, 2018

 

 

73

Bob

VK6ZGN




Re: [App_rpt-users] ASL Digital Radio/MMDVM Intro Tech "NET" Tues June 19 @ 00:30z

Steve N4IRS
 

It's tomorrow.

On 06/18/2018 08:43 PM, Bob wrote:

Hi

Can anyone tell me if the Tech Net is on today ?

 

"Getting Started with"

Digital Modes / DMR  /YSF /P25 /DSTAR /NXDN using MMDVM and bridging these to ALLSTAR

To be held on the Allstar Network at

8:30 pm esdst / 00:30 utc  - TUES JUNE 19, 2018

 

 

73

Bob

VK6ZGN



[App_rpt-users] ASL Digital Radio/MMDVM Intro Tech "NET" Tues June 19 @ 00:30z

Bob
 

Hi

Can anyone tell me if the Tech Net is on today ?

 

"Getting Started with"

Digital Modes / DMR  /YSF /P25 /DSTAR /NXDN using MMDVM and bridging these to ALLSTAR

To be held on the Allstar Network at

8:30 pm esdst / 00:30 utc  - TUES JUNE 19, 2018

 

 

73

Bob

VK6ZGN


Re: P25Reflector

Steve N4IRS
 

You are aware that we are discussing P25Reflectors?
 The point I keep making is that there is nothing stopping someone from standing up a reflector that is not in the host file as published. Though NXDN reflectors work a little differently then P25Reflectors.

On 06/18/2018 07:47 PM, Kevin Halton wrote:

Here are 4 NXDN reflectors all working without a glitch.

 

 

From: main@DVSwitch.groups.io [mailto:main@DVSwitch.groups.io] On Behalf Of af5xp via Groups.Io
Sent: Monday, June 18, 2018 5:41 PM
To: main@DVSwitch.groups.io
Subject: Re: [DVSwitch] P25Reflector

 

Steve,
         Also there are some as I that have local private P25 Reflectors running that are not listed. 



Re: P25Reflector

Kevin Halton
 

Here are 4 NXDN reflectors all working without a glitch.

 

 

From: main@DVSwitch.groups.io [mailto:main@DVSwitch.groups.io] On Behalf Of af5xp via Groups.Io
Sent: Monday, June 18, 2018 5:41 PM
To: main@DVSwitch.groups.io
Subject: Re: [DVSwitch] P25Reflector

 

Steve,
         Also there are some as I that have local private P25 Reflectors running that are not listed. 


Re: P25Reflector

Steve N4IRS
 

That is correct. What I posted was directly from the P25Gateway.txt as shipped from github.

On 06/18/2018 05:41 PM, af5xp via Groups.Io wrote:
Steve,
         Also there are some as I that have local private P25 Reflectors running that are not listed. 


Re: P25Reflector

Christopher AF5XP
 

Steve,
         Also there are some as I that have local private P25 Reflectors running that are not listed. 


Re: P25Reflector

Steve N4IRS
 

Jeff,
For the numbering system, MMDVM borrowed from P25NX or DMR. You can see the existing list in the P25Hosts.txt that is part of the P25Gateway package.
 
# World Wide, 1010x
10100    85.119.82.151    41000

# North America, 1020x
10200 dvswitch.org  41000
10201 dvswitch.org  41010

# Europe, 1030x
10300    176.9.1.168    41000
10301    ea5gvk.duckdns.org    41000

# Pacific, 1040x
10400    pacificp25.repeaters.info    41000
10401    pacifictac1.repeaters.info    41010
10402    47.104.177.248                41000
10403    120.234.41.144                41000

# America-Ragchew, 28299
28299    65.101.7.51    41000

# Alabama Link
31010    p25.alabamalink.info    41000

# 31665 P25-DMR Gateway
31665    74.91.127.166    41000

# 31672 P25 Pi-Star chat
31672    w1msg.trianglenc.net        41000

# 50525 Bridge to YSF, NXDN and DMR
50525    50525.p25dvm.com    41000

This reads as TG address of reflector port number. If you notice,  North America, 1020x has 2 reflector on the same host. Each reflector is listening on a different UDP port.
The reflector does not actually care about the TG # used. It's the job of P25Gateway to switch to the reflector based on the TG transmitted by MMDVM_Bridge. Once the connection is made, traffic flows until P25Gateway sees a different TG.

Hope this helps, Steve

On 06/18/2018 04:17 PM, Jeff Carrier wrote:
Not sure if this belongs in one of the subgroups.  Is there a way to host multiple talkgroups on one reflector or would I need to host those on multiple machines?  Speaking of reflector talkgroups, how do I pick a number that doesn't clash with the overall P25 network?  At this point I'm running one privately but I'm curious on the numbering convention being used.


P25Reflector

Jeff Carrier
 

Not sure if this belongs in one of the subgroups.  Is there a way to host multiple talkgroups on one reflector or would I need to host those on multiple machines?  Speaking of reflector talkgroups, how do I pick a number that doesn't clash with the overall P25 network?  At this point I'm running one privately but I'm curious on the numbering convention being used.


Re: BrandMeister to XLX

Steve N4IRS
 

I was just looking at the question of running MMDVM_Bridge on the same host as XLX. If I understand XLX properly, he would need 2 instances.
XLX <-> MMDVM_Bridge1 <-> MMDVM_Bridge2 <-> BM

Basically, use 2 instances of MMDVM_Bridge to both act as clients to their respective servers. 

On 6/18/2018 9:11 AM, KB8JNM wrote:
i would think you might be able to run a "new instance" with different ports.
Where would the conflict be. Or are you suggesting you would be able to do this under the 'same instance' ?


Re: BrandMeister to XLX

Mike KB8JNM
 

i would think you might be able to run a "new instance" with different ports.
Where would the conflict be. Or are you suggesting you would be able to do this under the 'same instance' ?


Re: BrandMeister to XLX

Steve N4IRS
 

Ken,
I don't see why you could not run both on the same hosts. MMDVM_Bridge would allow you to change any of the port numbers to resolve any port conflicts.

Steve

On 6/18/2018 8:08 AM, Ken Jamrogowicz via Groups.Io wrote:
I would like to do this.  Can the MMDVM_Bridge instances run on the same PC? as XLX or would something like port conflicts cause a problem?

Ken
KE2N


Re: BrandMeister to XLX

Ken KE2N
 

I would like to do this.  Can the MMDVM_Bridge instances run on the same PC? as XLX or would something like port conflicts cause a problem?

Ken
KE2N

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