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locked Re: Shaming for using an app

Randy AA6RH
 

I would suggest that Steve and the DVSwitch crew are working on other things, not that your idea isn't a worthy thing to look into.

You could always have a look yourself at the code (being open source), and have a go at creating this feature that you want. This is the very foundation of what it means to have free and open source software.

As for "lids" complaining about whether something is RF or not... They don't seem to understand anything other than "if I can't reach you with only a wire in my backyard, it's not real ham radio" and they quite possibly never will. Let them listen to static and repeater IDs as their comfort. They deserve our pity for a lack of vision.

--R
--
Randy Hall AA6RH (not K7AGE, quit asking) 😁


Re: #dvs Help with DMR using DVSWITCH please #dvs

John-EA5JAV
 

Steve, thats fixed it, DMR has sprung back into life, thank you!!!!


Re: #dvs Help with DMR using DVSWITCH please #dvs

Steve N4IRS
 

On 3/27/21 4:07 AM, John-EA5JAV wrote:
Hello, for many months DVSwitch has been running on my RPi4 without a single issue, now I find it still works on all modes except for DMR. I have gone onto Brandmeister and hotspot is no longer showing as enabled under services. I changed default password months ago, all other settings Okay,  raised a ticket with Brandmeister for assistance, awaiting a response. To rule out my RPi4, have reinstalled a new image with DVSwitch and latest updates but still on joy.

I'm sure my RPi4 setup is Okay, my Brandmeister configuration Okay too as able to access BM using Droidstar and can see a hotspot enabled when using Droidstar, I'm now wondering if it could be DVSwitch client running on my multiple Android devices (doesn't work on any) has anyone experienced a similar issue and if so what was the resolution?

Many thanks in advance.

John


#dvs Help with DMR using DVSWITCH please #dvs

John-EA5JAV
 

Hello, for many months DVSwitch has been running on my RPi4 without a single issue, now I find it still works on all modes except for DMR. I have gone onto Brandmeister and hotspot is no longer showing as enabled under services. I changed default password months ago, all other settings Okay,  raised a ticket with Brandmeister for assistance, awaiting a response. To rule out my RPi4, have reinstalled a new image with DVSwitch and latest updates but still on joy.

I'm sure my RPi4 setup is Okay, my Brandmeister configuration Okay too as able to access BM using Droidstar and can see a hotspot enabled when using Droidstar, I'm now wondering if it could be DVSwitch client running on my multiple Android devices (doesn't work on any) has anyone experienced a similar issue and if so what was the resolution?

Many thanks in advance.

John


locked Re: Shaming for using an app

IK7VXC Mike
 

Thank you guys for your support. Too bad Steve didn't pick up on my request ... (sigh ..)


Re: #best_practices #dvs remote control of a vps running alstarlink and dvs #best_practices #dvs

Pierre Martel
 

got it, Thank Steve. I have 2 time 4 ambe chips, usb board that I want to try to use. So maybe it would be easier for me to setup the server at my place and connect to the vps as the fix spot on the internet for a few things and have private nodes at home that connect to the multiple networks. anyways sending a connect command to a local or remote node is the same. I could a;so use the new numbering system that give out 10 node number from one node request and put all the nodes online as links to the different networks for other ham to use. 

Will work on that this week end.



Le ven. 26 mars 2021 à 21:27, Steve N4IRS <szingman@...> a écrit :
You can run multiple instance of MD380-emu on one VPS. One per data stream.

Steve

On 3/26/21 9:24 PM, Jeff Lehman, N8ACL via groups.io wrote:
You ar eprobably going to want multiple instances of the transcoder. I have tried it in the past with just the one md380emu and it crashed and burned from trying to transcode between dmr, analog and ysfn at the same time. I had to reload the vps at least once a month till I separated the YSF out to a second vps. 


On Mar 26, 2021, at 19:44, Pierre Martel <petem001@...> wrote:


ok, got it! I will create a few private nodes and will link them with AB with usrp and MB connected to each network I want to add. will need to check the port carefully. 

one question, for the transcoding, do I need multiple instances of the vocoder or it can take multiple connections?


Le ven. 26 mars 2021 à 19:12, Jeff Lehman, N8ACL via groups.io <n8acl=icloud.com@groups.io> a écrit :
Got ya. Ok. Then leave hh the way it is and yes you will need a private node and ab/mb combos for each other network to connect and disconnect on demand. 


On Mar 26, 2021, at 19:06, Pierre Martel <petem001@...> wrote:


I want the asl hh and dmr tg to stay connected all the time. But all the other digital networks connect on demand.  The 30288 TG is an RF link to HH and ASL and it was designed for that permanently



Le ven. 26 mars 2021 à 18:58, Jeff Lehman, N8ACL via groups.io <n8acl=icloud.com@groups.io> a écrit :
Only for the dmr bridge. The Hamshack hotline bridge would connect directly to a private node as would echolink. I don’t know how many other connections you have, but the echolink and hh ones would not need analog bridge. 


On Mar 26, 2021, at 18:53, Pierre Martel <petem001@...> wrote:


It make total sens but it also mean that I have to connect the private nodes to an analog bridge and this analog bridge to one reflector of the specific digital network , so that would mean at least 4 more analog bridges 



Le ven. 26 mars 2021 à 18:45, Jeff Lehman, N8ACL via groups.io <n8acl=icloud.com@groups.io> a écrit :
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. 

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:

Sorry I could be asking an obvious question. But since I was not following the whole development of the dvs suite I am kind of lost right now

I have a vps that is running ASL that I installed from the repo, I also installed dvs server from the repo. And used the script to connect to BM Canada on a fix TG and I have Hamshack Hotline . I have what it seem all the other network ready but I have no Idea how I can connect them on demand or even in a fix way. 
<dvs.png>


I tried to find how to connect the html client or the android app but I just cant find the proper way. I have no private node on the systeme. the node is reporting to ASL.

Should I add a private node? 

Thanks
Pierre
VE2PF


Re: #best_practices #dvs remote control of a vps running alstarlink and dvs #best_practices #dvs

Steve N4IRS
 

You can run multiple instance of MD380-emu on one VPS. One per data stream.

Steve

On 3/26/21 9:24 PM, Jeff Lehman, N8ACL via groups.io wrote:
You ar eprobably going to want multiple instances of the transcoder. I have tried it in the past with just the one md380emu and it crashed and burned from trying to transcode between dmr, analog and ysfn at the same time. I had to reload the vps at least once a month till I separated the YSF out to a second vps. 


On Mar 26, 2021, at 19:44, Pierre Martel <petem001@...> wrote:


ok, got it! I will create a few private nodes and will link them with AB with usrp and MB connected to each network I want to add. will need to check the port carefully. 

one question, for the transcoding, do I need multiple instances of the vocoder or it can take multiple connections?


Le ven. 26 mars 2021 à 19:12, Jeff Lehman, N8ACL via groups.io <n8acl=icloud.com@groups.io> a écrit :
Got ya. Ok. Then leave hh the way it is and yes you will need a private node and ab/mb combos for each other network to connect and disconnect on demand. 


On Mar 26, 2021, at 19:06, Pierre Martel <petem001@...> wrote:


I want the asl hh and dmr tg to stay connected all the time. But all the other digital networks connect on demand.  The 30288 TG is an RF link to HH and ASL and it was designed for that permanently



Le ven. 26 mars 2021 à 18:58, Jeff Lehman, N8ACL via groups.io <n8acl=icloud.com@groups.io> a écrit :
Only for the dmr bridge. The Hamshack hotline bridge would connect directly to a private node as would echolink. I don’t know how many other connections you have, but the echolink and hh ones would not need analog bridge. 


On Mar 26, 2021, at 18:53, Pierre Martel <petem001@...> wrote:


It make total sens but it also mean that I have to connect the private nodes to an analog bridge and this analog bridge to one reflector of the specific digital network , so that would mean at least 4 more analog bridges 



Le ven. 26 mars 2021 à 18:45, Jeff Lehman, N8ACL via groups.io <n8acl=icloud.com@groups.io> a écrit :
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. 

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:

Sorry I could be asking an obvious question. But since I was not following the whole development of the dvs suite I am kind of lost right now

I have a vps that is running ASL that I installed from the repo, I also installed dvs server from the repo. And used the script to connect to BM Canada on a fix TG and I have Hamshack Hotline . I have what it seem all the other network ready but I have no Idea how I can connect them on demand or even in a fix way. 
<dvs.png>


I tried to find how to connect the html client or the android app but I just cant find the proper way. I have no private node on the systeme. the node is reporting to ASL.

Should I add a private node? 

Thanks
Pierre
VE2PF


Re: #best_practices #dvs remote control of a vps running alstarlink and dvs #best_practices #dvs

Jeff Lehman, N8ACL
 

You ar eprobably going to want multiple instances of the transcoder. I have tried it in the past with just the one md380emu and it crashed and burned from trying to transcode between dmr, analog and ysfn at the same time. I had to reload the vps at least once a month till I separated the YSF out to a second vps. 


On Mar 26, 2021, at 19:44, Pierre Martel <petem001@...> wrote:


ok, got it! I will create a few private nodes and will link them with AB with usrp and MB connected to each network I want to add. will need to check the port carefully. 

one question, for the transcoding, do I need multiple instances of the vocoder or it can take multiple connections?


Le ven. 26 mars 2021 à 19:12, Jeff Lehman, N8ACL via groups.io <n8acl=icloud.com@groups.io> a écrit :
Got ya. Ok. Then leave hh the way it is and yes you will need a private node and ab/mb combos for each other network to connect and disconnect on demand. 


On Mar 26, 2021, at 19:06, Pierre Martel <petem001@...> wrote:


I want the asl hh and dmr tg to stay connected all the time. But all the other digital networks connect on demand.  The 30288 TG is an RF link to HH and ASL and it was designed for that permanently



Le ven. 26 mars 2021 à 18:58, Jeff Lehman, N8ACL via groups.io <n8acl=icloud.com@groups.io> a écrit :
Only for the dmr bridge. The Hamshack hotline bridge would connect directly to a private node as would echolink. I don’t know how many other connections you have, but the echolink and hh ones would not need analog bridge. 


On Mar 26, 2021, at 18:53, Pierre Martel <petem001@...> wrote:


It make total sens but it also mean that I have to connect the private nodes to an analog bridge and this analog bridge to one reflector of the specific digital network , so that would mean at least 4 more analog bridges 



Le ven. 26 mars 2021 à 18:45, Jeff Lehman, N8ACL via groups.io <n8acl=icloud.com@groups.io> a écrit :
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. 

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:

Sorry I could be asking an obvious question. But since I was not following the whole development of the dvs suite I am kind of lost right now

I have a vps that is running ASL that I installed from the repo, I also installed dvs server from the repo. And used the script to connect to BM Canada on a fix TG and I have Hamshack Hotline . I have what it seem all the other network ready but I have no Idea how I can connect them on demand or even in a fix way. 
<dvs.png>


I tried to find how to connect the html client or the android app but I just cant find the proper way. I have no private node on the systeme. the node is reporting to ASL.

Should I add a private node? 

Thanks
Pierre
VE2PF


Re: #best_practices #dvs remote control of a vps running alstarlink and dvs #best_practices #dvs

Pierre Martel
 

ok, got it! I will create a few private nodes and will link them with AB with usrp and MB connected to each network I want to add. will need to check the port carefully. 

one question, for the transcoding, do I need multiple instances of the vocoder or it can take multiple connections?


Le ven. 26 mars 2021 à 19:12, Jeff Lehman, N8ACL via groups.io <n8acl=icloud.com@groups.io> a écrit :
Got ya. Ok. Then leave hh the way it is and yes you will need a private node and ab/mb combos for each other network to connect and disconnect on demand. 


On Mar 26, 2021, at 19:06, Pierre Martel <petem001@...> wrote:


I want the asl hh and dmr tg to stay connected all the time. But all the other digital networks connect on demand.  The 30288 TG is an RF link to HH and ASL and it was designed for that permanently



Le ven. 26 mars 2021 à 18:58, Jeff Lehman, N8ACL via groups.io <n8acl=icloud.com@groups.io> a écrit :
Only for the dmr bridge. The Hamshack hotline bridge would connect directly to a private node as would echolink. I don’t know how many other connections you have, but the echolink and hh ones would not need analog bridge. 


On Mar 26, 2021, at 18:53, Pierre Martel <petem001@...> wrote:


It make total sens but it also mean that I have to connect the private nodes to an analog bridge and this analog bridge to one reflector of the specific digital network , so that would mean at least 4 more analog bridges 



Le ven. 26 mars 2021 à 18:45, Jeff Lehman, N8ACL via groups.io <n8acl=icloud.com@groups.io> a écrit :
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. 

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:

Sorry I could be asking an obvious question. But since I was not following the whole development of the dvs suite I am kind of lost right now

I have a vps that is running ASL that I installed from the repo, I also installed dvs server from the repo. And used the script to connect to BM Canada on a fix TG and I have Hamshack Hotline . I have what it seem all the other network ready but I have no Idea how I can connect them on demand or even in a fix way. 
<dvs.png>


I tried to find how to connect the html client or the android app but I just cant find the proper way. I have no private node on the systeme. the node is reporting to ASL.

Should I add a private node? 

Thanks
Pierre
VE2PF


Re: #best_practices #dvs remote control of a vps running alstarlink and dvs #best_practices #dvs

Jeff Lehman, N8ACL
 

Got ya. Ok. Then leave hh the way it is and yes you will need a private node and ab/mb combos for each other network to connect and disconnect on demand. 


On Mar 26, 2021, at 19:06, Pierre Martel <petem001@...> wrote:


I want the asl hh and dmr tg to stay connected all the time. But all the other digital networks connect on demand.  The 30288 TG is an RF link to HH and ASL and it was designed for that permanently



Le ven. 26 mars 2021 à 18:58, Jeff Lehman, N8ACL via groups.io <n8acl=icloud.com@groups.io> a écrit :
Only for the dmr bridge. The Hamshack hotline bridge would connect directly to a private node as would echolink. I don’t know how many other connections you have, but the echolink and hh ones would not need analog bridge. 


On Mar 26, 2021, at 18:53, Pierre Martel <petem001@...> wrote:


It make total sens but it also mean that I have to connect the private nodes to an analog bridge and this analog bridge to one reflector of the specific digital network , so that would mean at least 4 more analog bridges 



Le ven. 26 mars 2021 à 18:45, Jeff Lehman, N8ACL via groups.io <n8acl=icloud.com@groups.io> a écrit :
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. 

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:

Sorry I could be asking an obvious question. But since I was not following the whole development of the dvs suite I am kind of lost right now

I have a vps that is running ASL that I installed from the repo, I also installed dvs server from the repo. And used the script to connect to BM Canada on a fix TG and I have Hamshack Hotline . I have what it seem all the other network ready but I have no Idea how I can connect them on demand or even in a fix way. 
<dvs.png>


I tried to find how to connect the html client or the android app but I just cant find the proper way. I have no private node on the systeme. the node is reporting to ASL.

Should I add a private node? 

Thanks
Pierre
VE2PF


Re: #best_practices #dvs remote control of a vps running alstarlink and dvs #best_practices #dvs

Steve N4IRS
 

Not sure I'm getting this. Let's start with the full time links. Name them and tell us what networks they are on.

Steve

On 3/26/21 7:05 PM, Pierre Martel wrote:
I want the asl hh and dmr tg to stay connected all the time. But all the other digital networks connect on demand.  The 30288 TG is an RF link to HH and ASL and it was designed for that permanently



Le ven. 26 mars 2021 à 18:58, Jeff Lehman, N8ACL via groups.io <n8acl=icloud.com@groups.io> a écrit :
Only for the dmr bridge. The Hamshack hotline bridge would connect directly to a private node as would echolink. I don’t know how many other connections you have, but the echolink and hh ones would not need analog bridge. 


On Mar 26, 2021, at 18:53, Pierre Martel <petem001@...> wrote:


It make total sens but it also mean that I have to connect the private nodes to an analog bridge and this analog bridge to one reflector of the specific digital network , so that would mean at least 4 more analog bridges 



Le ven. 26 mars 2021 à 18:45, Jeff Lehman, N8ACL via groups.io <n8acl=icloud.com@groups.io> a écrit :
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. 

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:

Sorry I could be asking an obvious question. But since I was not following the whole development of the dvs suite I am kind of lost right now

I have a vps that is running ASL that I installed from the repo, I also installed dvs server from the repo. And used the script to connect to BM Canada on a fix TG and I have Hamshack Hotline . I have what it seem all the other network ready but I have no Idea how I can connect them on demand or even in a fix way. 
<dvs.png>


I tried to find how to connect the html client or the android app but I just cant find the proper way. I have no private node on the systeme. the node is reporting to ASL.

Should I add a private node? 

Thanks
Pierre
VE2PF


Re: #best_practices #dvs remote control of a vps running alstarlink and dvs #best_practices #dvs

Pierre Martel
 

I want the asl hh and dmr tg to stay connected all the time. But all the other digital networks connect on demand.  The 30288 TG is an RF link to HH and ASL and it was designed for that permanently



Le ven. 26 mars 2021 à 18:58, Jeff Lehman, N8ACL via groups.io <n8acl=icloud.com@groups.io> a écrit :
Only for the dmr bridge. The Hamshack hotline bridge would connect directly to a private node as would echolink. I don’t know how many other connections you have, but the echolink and hh ones would not need analog bridge. 


On Mar 26, 2021, at 18:53, Pierre Martel <petem001@...> wrote:


It make total sens but it also mean that I have to connect the private nodes to an analog bridge and this analog bridge to one reflector of the specific digital network , so that would mean at least 4 more analog bridges 



Le ven. 26 mars 2021 à 18:45, Jeff Lehman, N8ACL via groups.io <n8acl=icloud.com@groups.io> a écrit :
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. 

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:

Sorry I could be asking an obvious question. But since I was not following the whole development of the dvs suite I am kind of lost right now

I have a vps that is running ASL that I installed from the repo, I also installed dvs server from the repo. And used the script to connect to BM Canada on a fix TG and I have Hamshack Hotline . I have what it seem all the other network ready but I have no Idea how I can connect them on demand or even in a fix way. 
<dvs.png>


I tried to find how to connect the html client or the android app but I just cant find the proper way. I have no private node on the systeme. the node is reporting to ASL.

Should I add a private node? 

Thanks
Pierre
VE2PF


Re: #best_practices #dvs remote control of a vps running alstarlink and dvs #best_practices #dvs

Jeff Lehman, N8ACL
 

Only for the dmr bridge. The Hamshack hotline bridge would connect directly to a private node as would echolink. I don’t know how many other connections you have, but the echolink and hh ones would not need analog bridge. 


On Mar 26, 2021, at 18:53, Pierre Martel <petem001@...> wrote:


It make total sens but it also mean that I have to connect the private nodes to an analog bridge and this analog bridge to one reflector of the specific digital network , so that would mean at least 4 more analog bridges 



Le ven. 26 mars 2021 à 18:45, Jeff Lehman, N8ACL via groups.io <n8acl=icloud.com@groups.io> a écrit :
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. 

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:

Sorry I could be asking an obvious question. But since I was not following the whole development of the dvs suite I am kind of lost right now

I have a vps that is running ASL that I installed from the repo, I also installed dvs server from the repo. And used the script to connect to BM Canada on a fix TG and I have Hamshack Hotline . I have what it seem all the other network ready but I have no Idea how I can connect them on demand or even in a fix way. 
<dvs.png>


I tried to find how to connect the html client or the android app but I just cant find the proper way. I have no private node on the systeme. the node is reporting to ASL.

Should I add a private node? 

Thanks
Pierre
VE2PF


Re: #best_practices #dvs remote control of a vps running alstarlink and dvs #best_practices #dvs

Pierre Martel
 

It make total sens but it also mean that I have to connect the private nodes to an analog bridge and this analog bridge to one reflector of the specific digital network , so that would mean at least 4 more analog bridges 



Le ven. 26 mars 2021 à 18:45, Jeff Lehman, N8ACL via groups.io <n8acl=icloud.com@groups.io> a écrit :
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. 

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:

Sorry I could be asking an obvious question. But since I was not following the whole development of the dvs suite I am kind of lost right now

I have a vps that is running ASL that I installed from the repo, I also installed dvs server from the repo. And used the script to connect to BM Canada on a fix TG and I have Hamshack Hotline . I have what it seem all the other network ready but I have no Idea how I can connect them on demand or even in a fix way. 
<dvs.png>


I tried to find how to connect the html client or the android app but I just cant find the proper way. I have no private node on the systeme. the node is reporting to ASL.

Should I add a private node? 

Thanks
Pierre
VE2PF


Re: #best_practices #dvs remote control of a vps running alstarlink and dvs #best_practices #dvs

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. 

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:

Sorry I could be asking an obvious question. But since I was not following the whole development of the dvs suite I am kind of lost right now

I have a vps that is running ASL that I installed from the repo, I also installed dvs server from the repo. And used the script to connect to BM Canada on a fix TG and I have Hamshack Hotline . I have what it seem all the other network ready but I have no Idea how I can connect them on demand or even in a fix way. 
<dvs.png>


I tried to find how to connect the html client or the android app but I just cant find the proper way. I have no private node on the systeme. the node is reporting to ASL.

Should I add a private node? 

Thanks
Pierre
VE2PF


#best_practices #dvs remote control of a vps running alstarlink and dvs #best_practices #dvs

Pierre Martel
 

Sorry I could be asking an obvious question. But since I was not following the whole development of the dvs suite I am kind of lost right now

I have a vps that is running ASL that I installed from the repo, I also installed dvs server from the repo. And used the script to connect to BM Canada on a fix TG and I have Hamshack Hotline . I have what it seem all the other network ready but I have no Idea how I can connect them on demand or even in a fix way. 


I tried to find how to connect the html client or the android app but I just cant find the proper way. I have no private node on the systeme. the node is reporting to ASL.

Should I add a private node? 

Thanks
Pierre
VE2PF


Re: DVS install on Hytera PNC380 ?

Mike Zingman - N4IRR
 

Did you select USRP ?


Re: PLease suggest a place to ask about DMR packet structures

Kev
 

It is very similar if not the same as motorola's ndis format.
I have attached a raw packet with what I was able to decode by hand on this thread :
https://dvswitch.groups.io/g/main/topic/81351796
the hex is from wireshark, converted to bits so I could decode some of it by hand.
here is another hex packet :
0980a10024000000010c3f057c0c1006ac480065006c006c006f000d000a00520065006100640079005203

Thanks,
Kev


Re: PLease suggest a place to ask about DMR packet structures

John ZL4JY
 

Why not turn it on and have a look with Wireshark?

I've had a quick look at the ETSI DMR specs and nothing jumps out as meeting what you describe. There certainly is the spec to transport packets over DMR infrastructure but not dumping DMR frames in some sort of raw format to a PC.

Motorola has their NDIS functionality that sound similar to what you've outlined.

73, John


Re: DVS install on Hytera PNC380 ?

Steve N4IRS
 

Allister,
We have had a few people register PNC380's I can't tell more then that, maybe someone will comment.

Steve N4IRS

On 3/26/2021 1:33 PM, Allister wrote:
Has anyone successfully installed the DVSwitch app on a Hytera PNC380  PoC device ? 

I have the app loaded from the APK file but the call sign and DMR ID boxes are missing from the account tab. 

The Zello, APRS Droid and Peanut apps have installed with out issues and are working just fine. 

Any advice or pointers to getting this working would be most welcome, 

Regards, 

Allister GM7RYR 

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