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Re: P25 Reflector

Steve N4IRS
 

it works exactly the same way.
When P25Gateway receives traffic from MMDVMHost it sends the traffic to the IP (or FQDN) and port defined in the gateway host file.


On 1/12/19 2:20 PM, Jeff Lehman, KC8QCH wrote:

Steve,

 

Ah ok that makes sense. I see what you are saying there. Then maybe I com confused on how the P25 Reflector system Works. One of the other groups I am with has t a talkgroup setup on P25 and has the reflector setup. How are things being directed to that reflector?

 

  Jeff

 

Jeff Lehman, KC8QCH

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Hamshack Hotline: 4218

 

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From: main@DVSwitch.groups.io <main@DVSwitch.groups.io> On Behalf Of Steve N4IRS
Sent: Saturday, January 12, 2019 09:30
To: main@DVSwitch.groups.io
Subject: Re: [DVSwitch] P25 Reflector

 

Jeff,
OK. Here is what I think you are looking for. The Reflector does not have anything to do with the TG number. It simply reflects any data sent to it by P25Gateway on the UDP port number.
This is from P25Hosts.txt used by the gateway:

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

When P25Gateway receives traffic from MMDVMHost (for a HS or MMDVM Reepater) or from MMDVM_Bridge (Quantar or bridge) it sends the traffic to the IP (or FQDN) and port defined in the file.
If you sent TG 12345 to dvswitch.org on port number 41000 it would reflect that TG to every other Gateway connected.

Hope this helps.
Steve N4IRS
 

On 1/12/19 9:21 AM, Jeff Lehman, KC8QCH wrote:

Hi Steve,

 

I’m trying to install from scratch. I cloned the github code and kind of followed the same steps as YSF Reflector and compiled the code and it seems to run. But I am still trying to figure out how to set the talkgroup (I want to use a unique one) and connect it to MMDVM Brdige eventually but I want to get the reflector working first and then go there. I’ve tried also installing P25 Relfector dashboard and it doesn’t show what I expect even after modifying the config.php file so that makes me think that the reflecotor is not working right.

 

Jeff

 

Jeff Lehman, KC8QCH

E-mail: kc8qch@...

Hamshack Hotline: 4218

 

Webmaster

Hamilton County ARPSC

http://www.hamcoarpsc.org

E-mail: hamcoarpsc@...

Phone: 513-452-6480

 

Allstar 47374 Administrator

World Wide Amateur Radio Guild

http://www.theguildglobal.org

E-Mail: kc8qch@...

 

From: main@DVSwitch.groups.io <main@DVSwitch.groups.io> On Behalf Of Steve N4IRS
Sent: Saturday, January 12, 2019 07:03
To: main@DVSwitch.groups.io
Subject: Re: [DVSwitch] P25 Reflector

 

Jeff,
Are you looking for information on configuring a P25Reflector or are you trying to install from scratch?
You can compile the code from github or install by apt-get. What OS are you planning to install on?

Steve N4IRS

On 1/12/19 12:31 AM, Jeff Lehman, KC8QCH wrote:

Hi All,

   I might just be brain dead and I may not be posting this to the right group and can’t find what I am looking for, but does anyone know of a good walkthrough for setting up a P25 reflector?

 

   Thanks,

     Jeff

 

Jeff Lehman, KC8QCH

E-mail: kc8qch@...

Hamshack Hotline: 4218

 

Webmaster

Hamilton County ARPSC

http://www.hamcoarpsc.org

E-mail: hamcoarpsc@...

Phone: 513-452-6480

 

Allstar 47374 Administrator

World Wide Amateur Radio Guild

http://www.theguildglobal.org

E-Mail: kc8qch@...

 

 

 



Re: P25 Reflector

Jeff Lehman, N8ACL
 

Steve,

 

Ah ok that makes sense. I see what you are saying there. Then maybe I com confused on how the P25 Reflector system Works. One of the other groups I am with has t a talkgroup setup on P25 and has the reflector setup. How are things being directed to that reflector?

 

  Jeff

 

Jeff Lehman, KC8QCH

E-mail: kc8qch@...

Hamshack Hotline: 4218

 

Webmaster

Hamilton County ARPSC

http://www.hamcoarpsc.org

E-mail: hamcoarpsc@...

Phone: 513-452-6480

 

Allstar 47374 Administrator

World Wide Amateur Radio Guild

http://www.theguildglobal.org

E-Mail: kc8qch@...

 

From: main@DVSwitch.groups.io <main@DVSwitch.groups.io> On Behalf Of Steve N4IRS
Sent: Saturday, January 12, 2019 09:30
To: main@DVSwitch.groups.io
Subject: Re: [DVSwitch] P25 Reflector

 

Jeff,
OK. Here is what I think you are looking for. The Reflector does not have anything to do with the TG number. It simply reflects any data sent to it by P25Gateway on the UDP port number.
This is from P25Hosts.txt used by the gateway:

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

When P25Gateway receives traffic from MMDVMHost (for a HS or MMDVM Reepater) or from MMDVM_Bridge (Quantar or bridge) it sends the traffic to the IP (or FQDN) and port defined in the file.
If you sent TG 12345 to dvswitch.org on port number 41000 it would reflect that TG to every other Gateway connected.

Hope this helps.
Steve N4IRS
 

On 1/12/19 9:21 AM, Jeff Lehman, KC8QCH wrote:

Hi Steve,

 

I’m trying to install from scratch. I cloned the github code and kind of followed the same steps as YSF Reflector and compiled the code and it seems to run. But I am still trying to figure out how to set the talkgroup (I want to use a unique one) and connect it to MMDVM Brdige eventually but I want to get the reflector working first and then go there. I’ve tried also installing P25 Relfector dashboard and it doesn’t show what I expect even after modifying the config.php file so that makes me think that the reflecotor is not working right.

 

Jeff

 

Jeff Lehman, KC8QCH

E-mail: kc8qch@...

Hamshack Hotline: 4218

 

Webmaster

Hamilton County ARPSC

http://www.hamcoarpsc.org

E-mail: hamcoarpsc@...

Phone: 513-452-6480

 

Allstar 47374 Administrator

World Wide Amateur Radio Guild

http://www.theguildglobal.org

E-Mail: kc8qch@...

 

From: main@DVSwitch.groups.io <main@DVSwitch.groups.io> On Behalf Of Steve N4IRS
Sent: Saturday, January 12, 2019 07:03
To: main@DVSwitch.groups.io
Subject: Re: [DVSwitch] P25 Reflector

 

Jeff,
Are you looking for information on configuring a P25Reflector or are you trying to install from scratch?
You can compile the code from github or install by apt-get. What OS are you planning to install on?

Steve N4IRS

On 1/12/19 12:31 AM, Jeff Lehman, KC8QCH wrote:

Hi All,

   I might just be brain dead and I may not be posting this to the right group and can’t find what I am looking for, but does anyone know of a good walkthrough for setting up a P25 reflector?

 

   Thanks,

     Jeff

 

Jeff Lehman, KC8QCH

E-mail: kc8qch@...

Hamshack Hotline: 4218

 

Webmaster

Hamilton County ARPSC

http://www.hamcoarpsc.org

E-mail: hamcoarpsc@...

Phone: 513-452-6480

 

Allstar 47374 Administrator

World Wide Amateur Radio Guild

http://www.theguildglobal.org

E-Mail: kc8qch@...

 

 

 


Re: P25 Reflector

Steve N4IRS
 

Followup on the dashboard.
The P25Reflector Dasboard simply "watches" the P25Reflector log and parses the log file into a pretty web page. Pay attention to the reflector log.

On 1/12/19 9:21 AM, Jeff Lehman, KC8QCH wrote:

Hi Steve,

 

I’m trying to install from scratch. I cloned the github code and kind of followed the same steps as YSF Reflector and compiled the code and it seems to run. But I am still trying to figure out how to set the talkgroup (I want to use a unique one) and connect it to MMDVM Brdige eventually but I want to get the reflector working first and then go there. I’ve tried also installing P25 Relfector dashboard and it doesn’t show what I expect even after modifying the config.php file so that makes me think that the reflecotor is not working right.

 

Jeff

 

Jeff Lehman, KC8QCH

E-mail: kc8qch@...

Hamshack Hotline: 4218

 

Webmaster

Hamilton County ARPSC

http://www.hamcoarpsc.org

E-mail: hamcoarpsc@...

Phone: 513-452-6480

 

Allstar 47374 Administrator

World Wide Amateur Radio Guild

http://www.theguildglobal.org

E-Mail: kc8qch@...

 

From: main@DVSwitch.groups.io <main@DVSwitch.groups.io> On Behalf Of Steve N4IRS
Sent: Saturday, January 12, 2019 07:03
To: main@DVSwitch.groups.io
Subject: Re: [DVSwitch] P25 Reflector

 

Jeff,
Are you looking for information on configuring a P25Reflector or are you trying to install from scratch?
You can compile the code from github or install by apt-get. What OS are you planning to install on?

Steve N4IRS

On 1/12/19 12:31 AM, Jeff Lehman, KC8QCH wrote:

Hi All,

   I might just be brain dead and I may not be posting this to the right group and can’t find what I am looking for, but does anyone know of a good walkthrough for setting up a P25 reflector?

 

   Thanks,

     Jeff

 

Jeff Lehman, KC8QCH

E-mail: kc8qch@...

Hamshack Hotline: 4218

 

Webmaster

Hamilton County ARPSC

http://www.hamcoarpsc.org

E-mail: hamcoarpsc@...

Phone: 513-452-6480

 

Allstar 47374 Administrator

World Wide Amateur Radio Guild

http://www.theguildglobal.org

E-Mail: kc8qch@...

 

 



Re: P25 Reflector

Steve N4IRS
 

Jeff,
OK. Here is what I think you are looking for. The Reflector does not have anything to do with the TG number. It simply reflects any data sent to it by P25Gateway on the UDP port number.
This is from P25Hosts.txt used by the gateway:

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

When P25Gateway receives traffic from MMDVMHost (for a HS or MMDVM Reepater) or from MMDVM_Bridge (Quantar or bridge) it sends the traffic to the IP (or FQDN) and port defined in the file.
If you sent TG 12345 to dvswitch.org on port number 41000 it would reflect that TG to every other Gateway connected.

Hope this helps.
Steve N4IRS
 


On 1/12/19 9:21 AM, Jeff Lehman, KC8QCH wrote:

Hi Steve,

 

I’m trying to install from scratch. I cloned the github code and kind of followed the same steps as YSF Reflector and compiled the code and it seems to run. But I am still trying to figure out how to set the talkgroup (I want to use a unique one) and connect it to MMDVM Brdige eventually but I want to get the reflector working first and then go there. I’ve tried also installing P25 Relfector dashboard and it doesn’t show what I expect even after modifying the config.php file so that makes me think that the reflecotor is not working right.

 

Jeff

 

Jeff Lehman, KC8QCH

E-mail: kc8qch@...

Hamshack Hotline: 4218

 

Webmaster

Hamilton County ARPSC

http://www.hamcoarpsc.org

E-mail: hamcoarpsc@...

Phone: 513-452-6480

 

Allstar 47374 Administrator

World Wide Amateur Radio Guild

http://www.theguildglobal.org

E-Mail: kc8qch@...

 

From: main@DVSwitch.groups.io <main@DVSwitch.groups.io> On Behalf Of Steve N4IRS
Sent: Saturday, January 12, 2019 07:03
To: main@DVSwitch.groups.io
Subject: Re: [DVSwitch] P25 Reflector

 

Jeff,
Are you looking for information on configuring a P25Reflector or are you trying to install from scratch?
You can compile the code from github or install by apt-get. What OS are you planning to install on?

Steve N4IRS

On 1/12/19 12:31 AM, Jeff Lehman, KC8QCH wrote:

Hi All,

   I might just be brain dead and I may not be posting this to the right group and can’t find what I am looking for, but does anyone know of a good walkthrough for setting up a P25 reflector?

 

   Thanks,

     Jeff

 

Jeff Lehman, KC8QCH

E-mail: kc8qch@...

Hamshack Hotline: 4218

 

Webmaster

Hamilton County ARPSC

http://www.hamcoarpsc.org

E-mail: hamcoarpsc@...

Phone: 513-452-6480

 

Allstar 47374 Administrator

World Wide Amateur Radio Guild

http://www.theguildglobal.org

E-Mail: kc8qch@...

 

 



Re: P25 Reflector

Jeff Lehman, N8ACL
 

Hi Steve,

 

I’m trying to install from scratch. I cloned the github code and kind of followed the same steps as YSF Reflector and compiled the code and it seems to run. But I am still trying to figure out how to set the talkgroup (I want to use a unique one) and connect it to MMDVM Brdige eventually but I want to get the reflector working first and then go there. I’ve tried also installing P25 Relfector dashboard and it doesn’t show what I expect even after modifying the config.php file so that makes me think that the reflecotor is not working right.

 

Jeff

 

Jeff Lehman, KC8QCH

E-mail: kc8qch@...

Hamshack Hotline: 4218

 

Webmaster

Hamilton County ARPSC

http://www.hamcoarpsc.org

E-mail: hamcoarpsc@...

Phone: 513-452-6480

 

Allstar 47374 Administrator

World Wide Amateur Radio Guild

http://www.theguildglobal.org

E-Mail: kc8qch@...

 

From: main@DVSwitch.groups.io <main@DVSwitch.groups.io> On Behalf Of Steve N4IRS
Sent: Saturday, January 12, 2019 07:03
To: main@DVSwitch.groups.io
Subject: Re: [DVSwitch] P25 Reflector

 

Jeff,
Are you looking for information on configuring a P25Reflector or are you trying to install from scratch?
You can compile the code from github or install by apt-get. What OS are you planning to install on?

Steve N4IRS

On 1/12/19 12:31 AM, Jeff Lehman, KC8QCH wrote:

Hi All,

   I might just be brain dead and I may not be posting this to the right group and can’t find what I am looking for, but does anyone know of a good walkthrough for setting up a P25 reflector?

 

   Thanks,

     Jeff

 

Jeff Lehman, KC8QCH

E-mail: kc8qch@...

Hamshack Hotline: 4218

 

Webmaster

Hamilton County ARPSC

http://www.hamcoarpsc.org

E-mail: hamcoarpsc@...

Phone: 513-452-6480

 

Allstar 47374 Administrator

World Wide Amateur Radio Guild

http://www.theguildglobal.org

E-Mail: kc8qch@...

 

 


Help with link system

Kevin Halton
 

I am looking for some assistance with my bridge. It was put together by the late K4SQI Steve. He was in his words the system maintenance man :) Just days prior to his passing he made some changes to the system. He was dropping connections off of BM. I think I see where the changes were made but when I undo what I think it is I loose the analog to digital connection. I am afraid if I touch to much I will screw something up and will not get it back working.

Thanks in advance.


Re: P25 Reflector

Steve N4IRS
 

Jeff,
Are you looking for information on configuring a P25Reflector or are you trying to install from scratch?
You can compile the code from github or install by apt-get. What OS are you planning to install on?

Steve N4IRS

On 1/12/19 12:31 AM, Jeff Lehman, KC8QCH wrote:

Hi All,

   I might just be brain dead and I may not be posting this to the right group and can’t find what I am looking for, but does anyone know of a good walkthrough for setting up a P25 reflector?

 

   Thanks,

     Jeff

 

Jeff Lehman, KC8QCH

E-mail: kc8qch@...

Hamshack Hotline: 4218

 

Webmaster

Hamilton County ARPSC

http://www.hamcoarpsc.org

E-mail: hamcoarpsc@...

Phone: 513-452-6480

 

Allstar 47374 Administrator

World Wide Amateur Radio Guild

http://www.theguildglobal.org

E-Mail: kc8qch@...

 



P25 Reflector

Jeff Lehman, N8ACL
 

Hi All,

   I might just be brain dead and I may not be posting this to the right group and can’t find what I am looking for, but does anyone know of a good walkthrough for setting up a P25 reflector?

 

   Thanks,

     Jeff

 

Jeff Lehman, KC8QCH

E-mail: kc8qch@...

Hamshack Hotline: 4218

 

Webmaster

Hamilton County ARPSC

http://www.hamcoarpsc.org

E-mail: hamcoarpsc@...

Phone: 513-452-6480

 

Allstar 47374 Administrator

World Wide Amateur Radio Guild

http://www.theguildglobal.org

E-Mail: kc8qch@...

 


If you use HBlink OR dmr_utils, you need to read this

Cort N0MJS <n0mjs@...>
 

Folks,

PYTHON2 BASED VERSIONS OF HBLINK AND DMR_UTILS ARE NOW SUNSET – ONLY BUG FIXES WILL BE OFFERED.



If you go looking at my repos on GitHub, you’ll see a couple of new things:

HBlink3 and dmr_utils3

These are Python3 versions of HBlink and dmr_utils. Currently, dmr_utils3 does not include ambe_bridge.py and HBlink3 does not include parrot or bridge_all – effectively leaving it as the base stack and the conference bridge application… there have also been some things renamed. I removed “hb_” from the beginning of all of the files, and I also renamed hb_confbridge.py to bridge.py. Likewise I renamed hb_confbridge_rules.py to rules.py. The main goal with the name changes is to make the first character or few unique. I’m a shitty typist to begin with, so being able to type b(tab) and get bridge.py is a lot easier than having to type out hb_confbridge.py all of the time… and I have to type those things a lot when I’m in full-on coding mode :)

As for the future of the other HBlink programs – some of that is going to be dependent on community support. I would love to see someone step up and port all_bridge.py and parrot.py to Python3. I will eventually get to them, but not soon because….

The master branch of HBlink3 is stable and has been running on the K0USY Group’s “KS-DMR” network all week. On our particular system, with the things we have configured, just moving to Python3 (ok, a few bits of refactoring as well) has given us a 15-20% performance boost (measured in time between packet ingress and processing completion). You will also notice another branch of HBlink3 called uvloop. With this branch I’m swapping out the venerable Twisted module for Python3’s built-in Asyncio module, and a “drop in replacement” for portions of it called uvLoop, an ultra-fast drop-in replacement for parts of Asyncio… just moving to Python3 gave us a nice bump. My hope is that the move to uvloop makes HBlink work much faster – potentially rivaling statically compiled to machine-code software.

I’ve already moved off of the master branch to work on the uvloop branch. This development will be rapid – because the goal is to have hblink.py and bridge.py working on uvloop ASAP. Once that is completed, I will go back and start filling in the gaps as well as adding features. I do not intend to back-port new features to the Python2 versions.

The HBlink3 master branch will support the existing python2 hbmonitor software. The uvloop branch will not. I intend to “burn down” the reporting “stuff” and start over with HBlink3 on uvloop. I am looking for javascript (and related browser code) developers to help with this. Hbmonitor is a bandwidth HOG. It renders the entirety of the HTML tables on the server for every incremental change, and pushes all of that HTML out to the browser. A busy system on HBmonitor can use close to 1Mbps of bandwidth for a single browser connected. The goal is to send much less information to the browser, and let the browser build the tables… but I don’t have a clue about programming that stuff. Co-developers welcome!!!

0x49 DE N0MJS



Cort Buffington
785-865-7206


Re: Dashboard change time zone

Michael KD5DFB
 

Understood ,Steve! I will put on my php hat and see what I can come up with.


On Thu, Jan 10, 2019 at 6:28 PM Steve N4IRS <szingman@...> wrote:
Be aware that the hacked version was take from the code a while ago. I have to assume Kim has made improvements since. Maybe someone with a few less projects can take on updating the dashboard(s)

On 1/10/19 7:23 PM, KD5DFB wrote:
Thanks for the replies! I understand they are hacked and thought Steve might have some insight since he hacked them.

For grins, I downloaded the original ysf dashboard and changed the time zone and it is changing the time zone on the rendered index.php


I looked at the logs and yes, they are in UTC.

It looks like somewhere in the original dashboard code, it is changing the time zone

To make sure, the correct location for the p25 dashboard is https://github.com/N4IRS/MMDVM-Install/tree/master/P25/P25Reflector-Dashboard

On Thu, Jan 10, 2019 at 6:09 PM Steve N4IRS <szingman@...> wrote:
Well,
Actually not all, but most. The issue is that the log file is in UTC and the dashboard does not do any conversion. The REFRESH is not involved.

Steve

On 1/10/19 7:04 PM, Mike KB8JNM wrote:


All of the dashboards outside of the original YSF dashboards made to work with g4klx's reflectors etc, ARE HACKED versions. Meaning they are the ysf dashboard with what ever changes made to make it work for p25, nxdn etc...

So, you will have to brush through your code and find the issues yourself.

But keep in mind these are PHP pages. Normally set to 'REFRESH' every 60 seconds but only look through your log file for the data it display's. If the log file data is not changing the dashboard will not change.

So if you think there is a issue, one quick check would be to tail your log file and that might be telling enough.

...mike/kb8jnm

On 1/10/2019 6:37 PM, KD5DFB wrote:
I changed it and it only changes the time at the bottom of the page.

I notice is the same on the http://dvswitch.org/P25_NA/

P25Reflector-Dashboard V 20180413-HACK | N4IRS | Last Reload 2019-01-10, 18:35:30 (America/New_York) | Based on: https://github.com/dg9vh/YSFReflector-Dashboard


On Thu, Jan 10, 2019 at 9:36 AM Steve N4IRS <szingman@...> wrote:
define("TIMEZONE", "America/New_York");
lower down in the config

On 1/10/2019 10:33 AM, KD5DFB wrote:
Good Morning!

How do I change the time zone on the P25Reflector Dashboard by DG9VH?

I have tried changing in the config.php and reloading apache with no change.

date_default_timezone_set('UTC');

define("TIMEZONE", "America/New_York");

Michael KD5DFB




Re: Dashboard change time zone

Steve N4IRS
 

Be aware that the hacked version was take from the code a while ago. I have to assume Kim has made improvements since. Maybe someone with a few less projects can take on updating the dashboard(s)

On 1/10/19 7:23 PM, KD5DFB wrote:
Thanks for the replies! I understand they are hacked and thought Steve might have some insight since he hacked them.

For grins, I downloaded the original ysf dashboard and changed the time zone and it is changing the time zone on the rendered index.php


I looked at the logs and yes, they are in UTC.

It looks like somewhere in the original dashboard code, it is changing the time zone

To make sure, the correct location for the p25 dashboard is https://github.com/N4IRS/MMDVM-Install/tree/master/P25/P25Reflector-Dashboard

On Thu, Jan 10, 2019 at 6:09 PM Steve N4IRS <szingman@...> wrote:
Well,
Actually not all, but most. The issue is that the log file is in UTC and the dashboard does not do any conversion. The REFRESH is not involved.

Steve

On 1/10/19 7:04 PM, Mike KB8JNM wrote:


All of the dashboards outside of the original YSF dashboards made to work with g4klx's reflectors etc, ARE HACKED versions. Meaning they are the ysf dashboard with what ever changes made to make it work for p25, nxdn etc...

So, you will have to brush through your code and find the issues yourself.

But keep in mind these are PHP pages. Normally set to 'REFRESH' every 60 seconds but only look through your log file for the data it display's. If the log file data is not changing the dashboard will not change.

So if you think there is a issue, one quick check would be to tail your log file and that might be telling enough.

...mike/kb8jnm

On 1/10/2019 6:37 PM, KD5DFB wrote:
I changed it and it only changes the time at the bottom of the page.

I notice is the same on the http://dvswitch.org/P25_NA/

P25Reflector-Dashboard V 20180413-HACK | N4IRS | Last Reload 2019-01-10, 18:35:30 (America/New_York) | Based on: https://github.com/dg9vh/YSFReflector-Dashboard


On Thu, Jan 10, 2019 at 9:36 AM Steve N4IRS <szingman@...> wrote:
define("TIMEZONE", "America/New_York");
lower down in the config

On 1/10/2019 10:33 AM, KD5DFB wrote:
Good Morning!

How do I change the time zone on the P25Reflector Dashboard by DG9VH?

I have tried changing in the config.php and reloading apache with no change.

date_default_timezone_set('UTC');

define("TIMEZONE", "America/New_York");

Michael KD5DFB




Re: Dashboard change time zone

Michael KD5DFB
 

Thanks for the replies! I understand they are hacked and thought Steve might have some insight since he hacked them.

For grins, I downloaded the original ysf dashboard and changed the time zone and it is changing the time zone on the rendered index.php


I looked at the logs and yes, they are in UTC.

It looks like somewhere in the original dashboard code, it is changing the time zone

To make sure, the correct location for the p25 dashboard is https://github.com/N4IRS/MMDVM-Install/tree/master/P25/P25Reflector-Dashboard


On Thu, Jan 10, 2019 at 6:09 PM Steve N4IRS <szingman@...> wrote:
Well,
Actually not all, but most. The issue is that the log file is in UTC and the dashboard does not do any conversion. The REFRESH is not involved.

Steve

On 1/10/19 7:04 PM, Mike KB8JNM wrote:


All of the dashboards outside of the original YSF dashboards made to work with g4klx's reflectors etc, ARE HACKED versions. Meaning they are the ysf dashboard with what ever changes made to make it work for p25, nxdn etc...

So, you will have to brush through your code and find the issues yourself.

But keep in mind these are PHP pages. Normally set to 'REFRESH' every 60 seconds but only look through your log file for the data it display's. If the log file data is not changing the dashboard will not change.

So if you think there is a issue, one quick check would be to tail your log file and that might be telling enough.

...mike/kb8jnm

On 1/10/2019 6:37 PM, KD5DFB wrote:
I changed it and it only changes the time at the bottom of the page.

I notice is the same on the http://dvswitch.org/P25_NA/

P25Reflector-Dashboard V 20180413-HACK | N4IRS | Last Reload 2019-01-10, 18:35:30 (America/New_York) | Based on: https://github.com/dg9vh/YSFReflector-Dashboard


On Thu, Jan 10, 2019 at 9:36 AM Steve N4IRS <szingman@...> wrote:
define("TIMEZONE", "America/New_York");
lower down in the config

On 1/10/2019 10:33 AM, KD5DFB wrote:
Good Morning!

How do I change the time zone on the P25Reflector Dashboard by DG9VH?

I have tried changing in the config.php and reloading apache with no change.

date_default_timezone_set('UTC');

define("TIMEZONE", "America/New_York");

Michael KD5DFB



Re: Dashboard change time zone

Steve N4IRS
 

Well,
Actually not all, but most. The issue is that the log file is in UTC and the dashboard does not do any conversion. The REFRESH is not involved.

Steve

On 1/10/19 7:04 PM, Mike KB8JNM wrote:


All of the dashboards outside of the original YSF dashboards made to work with g4klx's reflectors etc, ARE HACKED versions. Meaning they are the ysf dashboard with what ever changes made to make it work for p25, nxdn etc...

So, you will have to brush through your code and find the issues yourself.

But keep in mind these are PHP pages. Normally set to 'REFRESH' every 60 seconds but only look through your log file for the data it display's. If the log file data is not changing the dashboard will not change.

So if you think there is a issue, one quick check would be to tail your log file and that might be telling enough.

...mike/kb8jnm

On 1/10/2019 6:37 PM, KD5DFB wrote:
I changed it and it only changes the time at the bottom of the page.

I notice is the same on the http://dvswitch.org/P25_NA/

P25Reflector-Dashboard V 20180413-HACK | N4IRS | Last Reload 2019-01-10, 18:35:30 (America/New_York) | Based on: https://github.com/dg9vh/YSFReflector-Dashboard


On Thu, Jan 10, 2019 at 9:36 AM Steve N4IRS <szingman@...> wrote:
define("TIMEZONE", "America/New_York");
lower down in the config

On 1/10/2019 10:33 AM, KD5DFB wrote:
Good Morning!

How do I change the time zone on the P25Reflector Dashboard by DG9VH?

I have tried changing in the config.php and reloading apache with no change.

date_default_timezone_set('UTC');

define("TIMEZONE", "America/New_York");

Michael KD5DFB



Re: Dashboard change time zone

Mike KB8JNM
 


All of the dashboards outside of the original YSF dashboards made to work with g4klx's reflectors etc, ARE HACKED versions. Meaning they are the ysf dashboard with what ever changes made to make it work for p25, nxdn etc...

So, you will have to brush through your code and find the issues yourself.

But keep in mind these are PHP pages. Normally set to 'REFRESH' every 60 seconds but only look through your log file for the data it display's. If the log file data is not changing the dashboard will not change.

So if you think there is a issue, one quick check would be to tail your log file and that might be telling enough.

...mike/kb8jnm

On 1/10/2019 6:37 PM, KD5DFB wrote:
I changed it and it only changes the time at the bottom of the page.

I notice is the same on the http://dvswitch.org/P25_NA/

P25Reflector-Dashboard V 20180413-HACK | N4IRS | Last Reload 2019-01-10, 18:35:30 (America/New_York) | Based on: https://github.com/dg9vh/YSFReflector-Dashboard


On Thu, Jan 10, 2019 at 9:36 AM Steve N4IRS <szingman@...> wrote:
define("TIMEZONE", "America/New_York");
lower down in the config

On 1/10/2019 10:33 AM, KD5DFB wrote:
Good Morning!

How do I change the time zone on the P25Reflector Dashboard by DG9VH?

I have tried changing in the config.php and reloading apache with no change.

date_default_timezone_set('UTC');

define("TIMEZONE", "America/New_York");

Michael KD5DFB


Re: Dashboard change time zone

Michael KD5DFB
 

I changed it and it only changes the time at the bottom of the page.

I notice is the same on the http://dvswitch.org/P25_NA/

P25Reflector-Dashboard V 20180413-HACK | N4IRS | Last Reload 2019-01-10, 18:35:30 (America/New_York) | Based on: https://github.com/dg9vh/YSFReflector-Dashboard


On Thu, Jan 10, 2019 at 9:36 AM Steve N4IRS <szingman@...> wrote:
define("TIMEZONE", "America/New_York");
lower down in the config

On 1/10/2019 10:33 AM, KD5DFB wrote:
Good Morning!

How do I change the time zone on the P25Reflector Dashboard by DG9VH?

I have tried changing in the config.php and reloading apache with no change.

date_default_timezone_set('UTC');

define("TIMEZONE", "America/New_York");

Michael KD5DFB


Re: Dashboard change time zone

Steve N4IRS
 

define("TIMEZONE", "America/New_York");
lower down in the config

On 1/10/2019 10:33 AM, KD5DFB wrote:
Good Morning!

How do I change the time zone on the P25Reflector Dashboard by DG9VH?

I have tried changing in the config.php and reloading apache with no change.

date_default_timezone_set('UTC');

define("TIMEZONE", "America/New_York");

Michael KD5DFB


Dashboard change time zone

Michael KD5DFB
 

Good Morning!

How do I change the time zone on the P25Reflector Dashboard by DG9VH?

I have tried changing in the config.php and reloading apache with no change.

date_default_timezone_set('UTC');

define("TIMEZONE", "America/New_York");

Michael KD5DFB


Re: NXDN<-->P25 advise

Steve N4IRS
 

Yes it is used. Yes, NXDN TG <-> P25 TG

On 1/9/2019 10:54 PM, Ian Tulley wrote:
Hi Steve, another question, on this in the DVSwitch.ini file, I see Translate = NXDN TG=DMR TG, how does this work when going from NXDN to P25, is this being used in this instance or not. ?? do I enter the NXDN TG and the P25 TG ??

; Configure the NXDN Partner
; Audio format is AMBE 72 bit
[NXDN]
Address = 127.0.0.1             ; Address to send AMBE TLV frames to (export)
TXPort = 33100                  ; Port to send AMBE TLV frames to (export)
RXPort = 33103                  ; Port to listen on (import)
FallbackID = 5052110            ; In case we can not find a valid DMR id in the database, export this one
NXDNFallbackID  = 52110         ; Use this ID when the input DMR ID is not found in the database
Translate = xxx=xxx           ; Translate NXDN TG < -- > DMR TG (bidirectional)
Slot = 2                        ; Export slot

------------------
Regards
Ian (VK2HK)




On 10 Jan 2019, at 11:38 am, Ian Tulley <ian@...> wrote:

Sorry Steve, my bad, yes I did know that, wasn’t thinking at the time.

------------------
Regards
Ian (VK2HK)




On 10 Jan 2019, at 11:04 am, Steve N4IRS <szingman@...> wrote:

Yes it does.
BTW, This is a stanza:

[System Fusion Network]
Enable=0
LocalAddress=0
LocalPort=3200
GatewayAddress=ysfreflector.dvswitch.org
GatewayPort=42166
Debug=0

On 1/9/19 5:10 PM, Ian Tulley wrote:
OK, just checking before I do any configs, I want to bridge just NXDN and P25 reflectors together and want to see if I have the basics correct before I start


P25Reflector<—>P25Gateway<—>MMDVM_Bridge<—>Analog_Bridge_P25<—>Analog_Bridge_NXDN<—>MMDVM_Bridge<—>NXDNGateway<—>NXDNReflector

1 MMDVM_Bridge and 2 Analog_Bridge Stanza's does this look correct ? 

It will all be running on the same VPS

Thanks
Ian (VK2HK)






Re: NXDN<-->P25 advise

Ian Tulley
 

Hi Steve, another question, on this in the DVSwitch.ini file, I see Translate = NXDN TG=DMR TG, how does this work when going from NXDN to P25, is this being used in this instance or not. ?? do I enter the NXDN TG and the P25 TG ??

; Configure the NXDN Partner
; Audio format is AMBE 72 bit
[NXDN]
Address = 127.0.0.1             ; Address to send AMBE TLV frames to (export)
TXPort = 33100                  ; Port to send AMBE TLV frames to (export)
RXPort = 33103                  ; Port to listen on (import)
FallbackID = 5052110            ; In case we can not find a valid DMR id in the database, export this one
NXDNFallbackID  = 52110         ; Use this ID when the input DMR ID is not found in the database
Translate = xxx=xxx           ; Translate NXDN TG < -- > DMR TG (bidirectional)
Slot = 2                        ; Export slot

------------------
Regards
Ian (VK2HK)




On 10 Jan 2019, at 11:38 am, Ian Tulley <ian@...> wrote:

Sorry Steve, my bad, yes I did know that, wasn’t thinking at the time.

------------------
Regards
Ian (VK2HK)




On 10 Jan 2019, at 11:04 am, Steve N4IRS <szingman@...> wrote:

Yes it does.
BTW, This is a stanza:

[System Fusion Network]
Enable=0
LocalAddress=0
LocalPort=3200
GatewayAddress=ysfreflector.dvswitch.org
GatewayPort=42166
Debug=0

On 1/9/19 5:10 PM, Ian Tulley wrote:
OK, just checking before I do any configs, I want to bridge just NXDN and P25 reflectors together and want to see if I have the basics correct before I start


P25Reflector<—>P25Gateway<—>MMDVM_Bridge<—>Analog_Bridge_P25<—>Analog_Bridge_NXDN<—>MMDVM_Bridge<—>NXDNGateway<—>NXDNReflector

1 MMDVM_Bridge and 2 Analog_Bridge Stanza's does this look correct ? 

It will all be running on the same VPS

Thanks
Ian (VK2HK)





Re: NXDN<-->P25 advise

Ian Tulley
 

Sorry Steve, my bad, yes I did know that, wasn’t thinking at the time.

------------------
Regards
Ian (VK2HK)




On 10 Jan 2019, at 11:04 am, Steve N4IRS <szingman@...> wrote:

Yes it does.
BTW, This is a stanza:

[System Fusion Network]
Enable=0
LocalAddress=0
LocalPort=3200
GatewayAddress=ysfreflector.dvswitch.org
GatewayPort=42166
Debug=0

On 1/9/19 5:10 PM, Ian Tulley wrote:
OK, just checking before I do any configs, I want to bridge just NXDN and P25 reflectors together and want to see if I have the basics correct before I start


P25Reflector<—>P25Gateway<—>MMDVM_Bridge<—>Analog_Bridge_P25<—>Analog_Bridge_NXDN<—>MMDVM_Bridge<—>NXDNGateway<—>NXDNReflector

1 MMDVM_Bridge and 2 Analog_Bridge Stanza's does this look correct ? 

It will all be running on the same VPS

Thanks
Ian (VK2HK)



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