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Re: Setting up DMRLink <-> KBLink #best_practices #dmrlink #hblink

Jason Johnston
 

It cloned about 2/3 of the files listed in the github repositories. No errors. I assumed it was by design. 


On Thu, Jan 3, 2019, 9:54 PM Steve N4IRS <szingman@...> wrote:
no error message? no nothing? Don't know what to tell ya. google cloning a git branch.


On 1/3/19 10:51 PM, Jason Johnston wrote:
Nope. I put them in the /opt folder, there were no subdirectories. 

On Thu, Jan 3, 2019, 9:50 PM Steve N4IRS <szingman@...> wrote:
Did dmrlink and hblink directories already exist?

On 1/3/19 10:45 PM, Jason Johnston wrote:
I did that already. Not all files came down. 

On Thu, Jan 3, 2019, 9:28 PM Steve N4IRS <szingman@...> wrote:
Bad idea. Get the whole repo(s)

git clone -b IPSC_Bridge https://github.com/n0mjs710/DMRlink.git
git clone -b HB_Bridge https://github.com/n0mjs710/HBlink


On 1/3/19 10:25 PM, Jason Johnston wrote:
I understood Steve's comments and ran that command, which worked.  /var/log did exist, but the dmrlink dir underneath it didn't.  I have successfully connected it to my cbridge now by running the dmrlink.py file.

Upon running the git clone command for both directories, it appears that the HBlink_Bridge and DMRlink_Bridge files didn't pull down.  I ran a wget cmd and pulled the .cfg and .py files from the github folders.  Tomorrow I will work to configure those.

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Re: Setting up DMRLink <-> KBLink #best_practices #dmrlink #hblink

Steve N4IRS
 

no error message? no nothing? Don't know what to tell ya. google cloning a git branch.

On 1/3/19 10:51 PM, Jason Johnston wrote:
Nope. I put them in the /opt folder, there were no subdirectories. 

On Thu, Jan 3, 2019, 9:50 PM Steve N4IRS <szingman@...> wrote:
Did dmrlink and hblink directories already exist?

On 1/3/19 10:45 PM, Jason Johnston wrote:
I did that already. Not all files came down. 

On Thu, Jan 3, 2019, 9:28 PM Steve N4IRS <szingman@...> wrote:
Bad idea. Get the whole repo(s)

git clone -b IPSC_Bridge https://github.com/n0mjs710/DMRlink.git
git clone -b HB_Bridge https://github.com/n0mjs710/HBlink


On 1/3/19 10:25 PM, Jason Johnston wrote:
I understood Steve's comments and ran that command, which worked.  /var/log did exist, but the dmrlink dir underneath it didn't.  I have successfully connected it to my cbridge now by running the dmrlink.py file.

Upon running the git clone command for both directories, it appears that the HBlink_Bridge and DMRlink_Bridge files didn't pull down.  I ran a wget cmd and pulled the .cfg and .py files from the github folders.  Tomorrow I will work to configure those.

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73 de
Jason - KC5HWB

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Jason - KC5HWB


Re: Setting up DMRLink <-> KBLink #best_practices #dmrlink #hblink

Jason Johnston
 

Nope. I put them in the /opt folder, there were no subdirectories. 


On Thu, Jan 3, 2019, 9:50 PM Steve N4IRS <szingman@...> wrote:
Did dmrlink and hblink directories already exist?

On 1/3/19 10:45 PM, Jason Johnston wrote:
I did that already. Not all files came down. 

On Thu, Jan 3, 2019, 9:28 PM Steve N4IRS <szingman@...> wrote:
Bad idea. Get the whole repo(s)

git clone -b IPSC_Bridge https://github.com/n0mjs710/DMRlink.git
git clone -b HB_Bridge https://github.com/n0mjs710/HBlink


On 1/3/19 10:25 PM, Jason Johnston wrote:
I understood Steve's comments and ran that command, which worked.  /var/log did exist, but the dmrlink dir underneath it didn't.  I have successfully connected it to my cbridge now by running the dmrlink.py file.

Upon running the git clone command for both directories, it appears that the HBlink_Bridge and DMRlink_Bridge files didn't pull down.  I ran a wget cmd and pulled the .cfg and .py files from the github folders.  Tomorrow I will work to configure those.

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73 de
Jason - KC5HWB

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Jason - KC5HWB


Re: Setting up DMRLink <-> KBLink #best_practices #dmrlink #hblink

Steve N4IRS
 

Did dmrlink and hblink directories already exist?

On 1/3/19 10:45 PM, Jason Johnston wrote:
I did that already. Not all files came down. 

On Thu, Jan 3, 2019, 9:28 PM Steve N4IRS <szingman@...> wrote:
Bad idea. Get the whole repo(s)

git clone -b IPSC_Bridge https://github.com/n0mjs710/DMRlink.git
git clone -b HB_Bridge https://github.com/n0mjs710/HBlink


On 1/3/19 10:25 PM, Jason Johnston wrote:
I understood Steve's comments and ran that command, which worked.  /var/log did exist, but the dmrlink dir underneath it didn't.  I have successfully connected it to my cbridge now by running the dmrlink.py file.

Upon running the git clone command for both directories, it appears that the HBlink_Bridge and DMRlink_Bridge files didn't pull down.  I ran a wget cmd and pulled the .cfg and .py files from the github folders.  Tomorrow I will work to configure those.

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Jason - KC5HWB


Re: C-Bridge to P25 Reflector Bridge

Steve N4IRS
 

Since you already have a IPSC_Bridge <-> HB_Bridge built for feeding your MMDVM you may be able to add hb_confbridge. The get your MMDVM and MMDVM_Bridge connection from there.

On 1/3/19 10:43 PM, KD5DFB wrote:
Can I use confbridge_rules.py to limit it? 

On Thu, Jan 3, 2019 at 9:39 PM Steve N4IRS <szingman@...> wrote:
Can't that be controlled at the c-Bridge?

On 1/3/19 10:36 PM, KD5DFB wrote:
Still looking for some help or a point in the right direction. 

I am wanting to only allow only certain timeslot/group IDs, etc. to pass between the cbridge and analog_bridge



Re: Setting up DMRLink <-> KBLink #best_practices #dmrlink #hblink

Jason Johnston
 

I did that already. Not all files came down. 


On Thu, Jan 3, 2019, 9:28 PM Steve N4IRS <szingman@...> wrote:
Bad idea. Get the whole repo(s)

git clone -b IPSC_Bridge https://github.com/n0mjs710/DMRlink.git
git clone -b HB_Bridge https://github.com/n0mjs710/HBlink


On 1/3/19 10:25 PM, Jason Johnston wrote:
I understood Steve's comments and ran that command, which worked.  /var/log did exist, but the dmrlink dir underneath it didn't.  I have successfully connected it to my cbridge now by running the dmrlink.py file.

Upon running the git clone command for both directories, it appears that the HBlink_Bridge and DMRlink_Bridge files didn't pull down.  I ran a wget cmd and pulled the .cfg and .py files from the github folders.  Tomorrow I will work to configure those.

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73 de
Jason - KC5HWB


Re: C-Bridge to P25 Reflector Bridge

Michael KD5DFB
 

Can I use confbridge_rules.py to limit it? 

On Thu, Jan 3, 2019 at 9:39 PM Steve N4IRS <szingman@...> wrote:
Can't that be controlled at the c-Bridge?

On 1/3/19 10:36 PM, KD5DFB wrote:
Still looking for some help or a point in the right direction. 

I am wanting to only allow only certain timeslot/group IDs, etc. to pass between the cbridge and analog_bridge


Re: C-Bridge to P25 Reflector Bridge

Michael KD5DFB
 

I guess it could be. I do not own the cbridge and didn't really want to burn another port. Right now both my real repeater and MMDVM connect to the same port

On Thu, Jan 3, 2019 at 9:39 PM Steve N4IRS <szingman@...> wrote:
Can't that be controlled at the c-Bridge?

On 1/3/19 10:36 PM, KD5DFB wrote:
Still looking for some help or a point in the right direction. 

I am wanting to only allow only certain timeslot/group IDs, etc. to pass between the cbridge and analog_bridge


Re: C-Bridge to P25 Reflector Bridge

Steve N4IRS
 

Can't that be controlled at the c-Bridge?

On 1/3/19 10:36 PM, KD5DFB wrote:
Still looking for some help or a point in the right direction. 

I am wanting to only allow only certain timeslot/group IDs, etc. to pass between the cbridge and analog_bridge


Re: C-Bridge to P25 Reflector Bridge

Michael KD5DFB
 

Still looking for some help or a point in the right direction. 

I am wanting to only allow only certain timeslot/group IDs, etc. to pass between the cbridge and analog_bridge


Re: Setting up DMRLink <-> KBLink #best_practices #dmrlink #hblink

Steve N4IRS
 

Bad idea. Get the whole repo(s)

git clone -b IPSC_Bridge https://github.com/n0mjs710/DMRlink.git
git clone -b HB_Bridge https://github.com/n0mjs710/HBlink


On 1/3/19 10:25 PM, Jason Johnston wrote:
I understood Steve's comments and ran that command, which worked.  /var/log did exist, but the dmrlink dir underneath it didn't.  I have successfully connected it to my cbridge now by running the dmrlink.py file.

Upon running the git clone command for both directories, it appears that the HBlink_Bridge and DMRlink_Bridge files didn't pull down.  I ran a wget cmd and pulled the .cfg and .py files from the github folders.  Tomorrow I will work to configure those.


Re: Setting up DMRLink <-> KBLink #best_practices #dmrlink #hblink

Jason Johnston
 

I understood Steve's comments and ran that command, which worked.  /var/log did exist, but the dmrlink dir underneath it didn't.  I have successfully connected it to my cbridge now by running the dmrlink.py file.

Upon running the git clone command for both directories, it appears that the HBlink_Bridge and DMRlink_Bridge files didn't pull down.  I ran a wget cmd and pulled the .cfg and .py files from the github folders.  Tomorrow I will work to configure those.


Re: Potential Openbridge usage

Cort N0MJS <n0mjs@...>
 

Uh... openbridge still requires upstream admins to configure things, similar to setting up the cc-cc connections.


On Jan 3, 2019, at 9:14 PM, Bill N2WNS <n2wns.radio@...> wrote:

Thanks for the reply's. I was thinking of it strictly from an upstream administration perspective. Setup/Changes would only have to be made once on the provider side limiting the administration they have to preform. It also gives me the flexibility of if I needed to move TG's from one Bridge to the other, I would not have to bother the provider with something I could handle.

I'm still in the spitballing stage any other thoughts are welcome.

-Bill N2WNS


Re: Potential Openbridge usage

Bill N2WNS
 

Thanks for the reply's. I was thinking of it strictly from an upstream administration perspective. Setup/Changes would only have to be made once on the provider side limiting the administration they have to preform. It also gives me the flexibility of if I needed to move TG's from one Bridge to the other, I would not have to bother the provider with something I could handle.

I'm still in the spitballing stage any other thoughts are welcome.

-Bill N2WNS


Re: Setting up DMRLink <-> KBLink #best_practices #dmrlink #hblink

Steve N4IRS
 

I probably should have used mkdir -p but it's a good bet that /var/log already exists.

On 1/3/19 10:02 PM, Mike KB8JNM wrote:

I think what Steve was trying to convey was if the directory does not exist, create it.

And

If the log file does not exist, create it > touch /var/log/dmrlink/dmrlink.log

set permissions on the file if needed

...mike/kb8jnm

On 1/3/2019 9:57 PM, Corey Dean N3FE wrote:
So it is telling you that it can’t wrote the log file.  

'/var/log/dmrlink/dmrlink.log

On Thu, Jan 3, 2019 at 9:21 PM Jason Johnston <kc5hwb@...> wrote:
Reinstalled OS - I am actually running Debian 9 now.
I ran the python install instructions above, then started on the instructions in Reply #2727
When running the DMRlink.py command, I get the following

root@DMRlink1:/opt/DMRlink# python dmrlink.py
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "dmrlink.py", line 1081, in <module>
    logger = config_logging(CONFIG['LOGGER'])
  File "/opt/DMRlink/ipsc/dmrlink_log.py", line 83, in config_logging
    'propagate': True,
  File "/usr/lib/python2.7/logging/config.py", line 794, in dictConfig
    dictConfigClass(config).configure()
  File "/usr/lib/python2.7/logging/config.py", line 576, in configure
    '%r: %s' % (name, e))
ValueError: Unable to configure handler 'file': [Errno 2] No such file or directory: '/var/log/dmrlink/dmrlink.log'
 


Re: Setting up DMRLink <-> KBLink #best_practices #dmrlink #hblink

Mike KB8JNM
 

I think what Steve was trying to convey was if the directory does not exist, create it.

And

If the log file does not exist, create it > touch /var/log/dmrlink/dmrlink.log

set permissions on the file if needed

...mike/kb8jnm

On 1/3/2019 9:57 PM, Corey Dean N3FE wrote:
So it is telling you that it can’t wrote the log file.  

'/var/log/dmrlink/dmrlink.log

On Thu, Jan 3, 2019 at 9:21 PM Jason Johnston <kc5hwb@...> wrote:
Reinstalled OS - I am actually running Debian 9 now.
I ran the python install instructions above, then started on the instructions in Reply #2727
When running the DMRlink.py command, I get the following

root@DMRlink1:/opt/DMRlink# python dmrlink.py
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "dmrlink.py", line 1081, in <module>
    logger = config_logging(CONFIG['LOGGER'])
  File "/opt/DMRlink/ipsc/dmrlink_log.py", line 83, in config_logging
    'propagate': True,
  File "/usr/lib/python2.7/logging/config.py", line 794, in dictConfig
    dictConfigClass(config).configure()
  File "/usr/lib/python2.7/logging/config.py", line 576, in configure
    '%r: %s' % (name, e))
ValueError: Unable to configure handler 'file': [Errno 2] No such file or directory: '/var/log/dmrlink/dmrlink.log'
 


Re: Setting up DMRLink <-> KBLink #best_practices #dmrlink #hblink

Jason Johnston
 

Yes that did it. I'm working on the next part now


On Thu, Jan 3, 2019, 8:58 PM Corey Dean N3FE <n3fe@...> wrote:
So it is telling you that it can’t wrote the log file.  

'/var/log/dmrlink/dmrlink.log

On Thu, Jan 3, 2019 at 9:21 PM Jason Johnston <kc5hwb@...> wrote:
Reinstalled OS - I am actually running Debian 9 now.
I ran the python install instructions above, then started on the instructions in Reply #2727
When running the DMRlink.py command, I get the following

root@DMRlink1:/opt/DMRlink# python dmrlink.py
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "dmrlink.py", line 1081, in <module>
    logger = config_logging(CONFIG['LOGGER'])
  File "/opt/DMRlink/ipsc/dmrlink_log.py", line 83, in config_logging
    'propagate': True,
  File "/usr/lib/python2.7/logging/config.py", line 794, in dictConfig
    dictConfigClass(config).configure()
  File "/usr/lib/python2.7/logging/config.py", line 576, in configure
    '%r: %s' % (name, e))
ValueError: Unable to configure handler 'file': [Errno 2] No such file or directory: '/var/log/dmrlink/dmrlink.log'
 

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Re: Potential Openbridge usage

Cort N0MJS <n0mjs@...>
 



On Jan 3, 2019, at 8:00 PM, Bill N2WNS <n2wns.radio@...> wrote:

I'm looking to spin up 2 C-Bridges in two different geographic areas that will have different traffic needs. To ease administration on the upstream the BM/MARC providers, should I implement OB to get the TG traffic, then distribute the traffic from OB to the C-Bridges?

If you have c-Bridges you should just use the CC-CC protocol between them and MARC’s c-Bridges and to BM’s servers (which also speak c-Bridge). Stuffing my software in the middle of a setup like this is necessary. You already have everything you need.

Thanks, -Bill N2WNS

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Re: Setting up DMRLink <-> KBLink #best_practices #dmrlink #hblink

Corey Dean N3FE <n3fe@...>
 

So it is telling you that it can’t wrote the log file.  

'/var/log/dmrlink/dmrlink.log

On Thu, Jan 3, 2019 at 9:21 PM Jason Johnston <kc5hwb@...> wrote:
Reinstalled OS - I am actually running Debian 9 now.
I ran the python install instructions above, then started on the instructions in Reply #2727
When running the DMRlink.py command, I get the following

root@DMRlink1:/opt/DMRlink# python dmrlink.py
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "dmrlink.py", line 1081, in <module>
    logger = config_logging(CONFIG['LOGGER'])
  File "/opt/DMRlink/ipsc/dmrlink_log.py", line 83, in config_logging
    'propagate': True,
  File "/usr/lib/python2.7/logging/config.py", line 794, in dictConfig
    dictConfigClass(config).configure()
  File "/usr/lib/python2.7/logging/config.py", line 576, in configure
    '%r: %s' % (name, e))
ValueError: Unable to configure handler 'file': [Errno 2] No such file or directory: '/var/log/dmrlink/dmrlink.log'
 


Re: Potential Openbridge usage

Corey Dean N3FE <n3fe@...>
 

I am using the minimal single core and 1 gig of ram with 3 different OB connections and many talkgroups at that, some repeaters, and a cbridge ipsc connection and The virtual machine is pretty much sitting idle.

Corey n3fe

On Thu, Jan 3, 2019 at 9:00 PM Bill N2WNS <n2wns.radio@...> wrote:
I'm looking to spin up 2 C-Bridges in two different geographic areas that will have different traffic needs. To ease administration on the upstream the BM/MARC providers, should I implement OB to get the TG traffic, then distribute the traffic from OB to the C-Bridges? What kind of processing power and memory would be required in a virtual environment for such an install?

Thanks, -Bill N2WNS

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