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Re: [allstarlink] Embed Allmon Node Dashboard into WordPress/Webpage or Website

Aaron Groover
 

Speaking of switch. Steve, are we able to run 2 instances of MMDVM bridge and analog bridge? What I’m trying to do is bring my ysf reflector and my dmr TG together. I’ll send it to the switch group as well. 



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On Nov 14, 2020, at 13:20, GB7NR Support <support@...> wrote:

 Ok Steve, apologies, 

Shane 


On 14 Nov 2020, at 17:52, Steve N4IRS <szingman@...> wrote:

You do realize that we have nothing to do with Allmon nor AllStar. I try to answer questions about using DVSwitch with AllStar. If someone pops up here with a question not directly related, I try to answer.

Sent by smoke signal (AT&T)


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Sent: Saturday, November 14, 2020 12:39:35 PM
To: allstarlink@dvswitch.groups.io <allstarlink@dvswitch.groups.io>
Subject: Re: [allstarlink] Embed Allmon Node Dashboard into WordPress/Webpage or Website
 
We could do with a step by step plan or something on how this can be done because we aren’t all geniuses. Lots of people want this functionality especially for repeater keepers running websites who want the allmon dashboard in built in there website. It would be good to have a step by step so that we aren’t guessing! 

Also this would teach how allmon interfaces with asterisk and it would be good to have some technical advice on how to implement or embed it onto a basic webpage hosted elsewhere.

Thanks 
Shane 


On 14 Nov 2020, at 17:27, Aaron Groover <k3alg@...> wrote:

Hamvoip. Yeah I forgot to mention that.


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Subject: Re: [allstarlink] Embed Allmon Node Dashboard into WordPress/Webpage or Website
 
Are you running HamVOIP or Allstar?

On Sat, Nov 14, 2020, 9:17 AM Aaron Groover <k3alg@...> wrote:
Hmmm don’t have that file. Strange.... I do have httpd and httpd.conf. So etc/httpd/httpd.conf



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On Nov 14, 2020, at 11:56, Aaron Groover <k3alg@...> wrote:

 Thanks steve! 



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On Nov 14, 2020, at 11:06, Steve N4IRS <szingman@...> wrote:

 It is a actual web site for people to see, on port 80.
Now, to change the web server to another port:
edit /etc/lighttpd/lighttpd.conf
server.port                 = 80
restart lighttpd

On 11/14/20 11:02 AM, Aaron Groover wrote:
Does anyone have the documentation to on how to make it an actual website for people to see? Instead of being internal. Problem is 80 with my provider. They absolutely won’t work with anyone opening that port up. 



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On Nov 14, 2020, at 07:59, W1KMC - Kevin M Carman <mainenotarynet.pbx@...> wrote:



The other problem is if your wordpress site is SSLed (Padlock/secured) and your Allmon dashboard is NOT (think on RasPi at home on IP (no FQDN for it) then the wordpress would block it from being shown as it is insecure  content OR if you force iot to display breaks the wordpress site security.

 

IFrame would do it but if SSL used for WP site you need the Allmon Dashboard SSL protected as well.



What could have caused this series of 0 second transmissions? #mmdvm_bridge #brandmeister

@hamzahradio
 

Hello and thanks for reading,

I was looking at the log of transmissions on my YSF Reflector which is bridged to DMR using MMDVM Bridge.

A series of 0 second transmissions from 1 to 2am were detected, but on brandmeister last heard nothing is present.
https://brandmeister.network/?page=lh&DestinationID=73583

These transmissions originated from the DMR side and the log below is from the yaesu fusion reflector.

Any ideas what could have caused this and how to fix/prevent it?

Many thanks


Re: Multiple instances of Bridge

kpappa@...
 

Question : I'm successfully installed two instances of DVSwitch but I need to know, how may I have two different dashboards for those two instances ?

May I change the default web port for the second instance ?


Re: File Access

Steve N4IRS
 

Bruce,
I think you are misreading the page:

What this is showing is there are 13 files. not 13 pages.

73, Steve N4IRS




On 11/12/20 4:23 PM, W6JJ - Bruce wrote:
I joined this group along with a couple other groups.  To be specific, the "ANYTONE 878 and 878 PLUS Group", "SHARI", and the Discuss DMRlink, HBlink, DVSwitch, Quantar Bridge and Mibile".  The Anytone group has no "FILES" availalbe - however the SHARI group has 12 pages of files and the Discuss DMRlink, HBlihnk, DVSwitch, Quantar Bridge and Mobile group have 13 pages of files.  I cannot access any files beyond page 1, and when I move my mouse over to go up pages - my cursor changes to a red circle with a slash meaning that I cannot change the page.  Is this common with all members(FREE) or are PAYING members the only ones with file access beyond the page 1 of files?  Please advise.



File Access

W6JJ - Bruce
 

I joined this group along with a couple other groups.  To be specific, the "ANYTONE 878 and 878 PLUS Group", "SHARI", and the Discuss DMRlink, HBlink, DVSwitch, Quantar Bridge and Mibile".  The Anytone group has no "FILES" availalbe - however the SHARI group has 12 pages of files and the Discuss DMRlink, HBlihnk, DVSwitch, Quantar Bridge and Mobile group have 13 pages of files.  I cannot access any files beyond page 1, and when I move my mouse over to go up pages - my cursor changes to a red circle with a slash meaning that I cannot change the page.  Is this common with all members(FREE) or are PAYING members the only ones with file access beyond the page 1 of files?  Please advise.


Re: Controlling DVSwitch from AllStar

Steve N4IRS
 

Here is a update to the tgtune context in extensions.conf. I wanted to make sure Allison did not leak out into digital and it seems to work. I still suggest you test it on your system before connecting to a busy TG / reflector and get yelled at.

[tgtune]
exten = _X.,1,noop ; Wait,1
exten = _X.,n,System(/opt/MMDVM_Bridge/dvswitch.sh mute TLV)
exten = _X.,n,Playback(connecting)
exten = _X.,n,SayDigits(${EXTEN})
exten = _X.,n,System(/opt/MMDVM_Bridge/dvswitch.sh tune ${EXTEN})
exten = _X.,n,System(/opt/MMDVM_Bridge/dvswitch.sh mute OFF)
exten = _X.,n,Hangup

Allison will announce the TG you are connecting to. I'll say it again, test before you put into production.
 


Re: Controlling DVSwitch from AllStar

Steve N4IRS
 

Switching DMR networks, is just a tune command.
/opt/MMDVM_Bridge/dvswitch.sh "tune passw0rd@tgif.network:62031"
assign a DTMF sequence to that just like disconnect...

On 11/10/20 5:58 PM, Tony Langdon wrote:
On 11/11/20 9:53 am, Neil k8it wrote:
Just reading all of this great thread before I install it.  What DTMF
command would I use to switch from BM 3100 to TGIF 50631?  This is
another DMR network and requires the protocol, network name, password
etc. to be changed. VVBut you know this Steve.
Good question.  I'm only running BM, but there will be a sequence of
commands, because you will most likely want to unlink ("disconnect")
from the old TG, before linking to the new one.

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From: "Steve N4IRS" <szingman@msgstor.com>
Sent: Monday, November 09, 2020 7:58 PM
To: <main@DVSwitch.groups.io>
Subject: Re: [DVSwitch] Controlling DVSwitch from AllStar

Tony,
That was my mistake, use disconnect rather then unlink. Let me know.

Steve

On 11/9/20 7:55 PM, Tony Langdon wrote:
On 10/11/20 12:10 am, Steve N4IRS wrote:
Tony,
I'm working out a issue with changing TGs now. I hope you have been
using dvswitch.sh to control the server. If you have not, you need
to be.
dvswitch.sh was built for just this thing in mind. I have to do a
updated write up but here is most of it in message form. First, let's
make sure you have the private node setup to work best with DVSwitch.
These are the recommended settings you should have. You may have other
parameters:
Thanks Steve, that worked perfectly.  Tested connections to DMR, YSF
and
P25, all working well. :)  Only thing I've noticed is that the
disconnect command (dvswitch.sh tune unlink) really doesn't seem to do
much, but all the others are working.  In a sense, it's no biggie,
because I can always take down the private node link when issuing the
unlink command and bring it up when selecting a DV mode.





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Re: Controlling DVSwitch from AllStar

 

On 11/11/20 9:53 am, Neil k8it wrote:

Just reading all of this great thread before I install it.  What DTMF
command would I use to switch from BM 3100 to TGIF 50631?  This is
another DMR network and requires the protocol, network name, password
etc. to be changed. VVBut you know this Steve.
Good question.  I'm only running BM, but there will be a sequence of
commands, because you will most likely want to unlink ("disconnect")
from the old TG, before linking to the new one.


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From: "Steve N4IRS" <szingman@msgstor.com>
Sent: Monday, November 09, 2020 7:58 PM
To: <main@DVSwitch.groups.io>
Subject: Re: [DVSwitch] Controlling DVSwitch from AllStar

Tony,
That was my mistake, use disconnect rather then unlink. Let me know.

Steve

On 11/9/20 7:55 PM, Tony Langdon wrote:
On 10/11/20 12:10 am, Steve N4IRS wrote:
Tony,
I'm working out a issue with changing TGs now. I hope you have been
using dvswitch.sh to control the server. If you have not, you need
to be.
dvswitch.sh was built for just this thing in mind. I have to do a
updated write up but here is most of it in message form. First, let's
make sure you have the private node setup to work best with DVSwitch.
These are the recommended settings you should have. You may have other
parameters:
Thanks Steve, that worked perfectly.  Tested connections to DMR, YSF
and
P25, all working well. :)  Only thing I've noticed is that the
disconnect command (dvswitch.sh tune unlink) really doesn't seem to do
much, but all the others are working.  In a sense, it's no biggie,
because I can always take down the private node link when issuing the
unlink command and bring it up when selecting a DV mode.






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Re: Controlling DVSwitch from AllStar

Neil k8it
 

Just reading all of this great thread before I install it. What DTMF command would I use to switch from BM 3100 to TGIF 50631? This is another DMR network and requires the protocol, network name, password etc. to be changed. VVBut you know this Steve.


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From: "Steve N4IRS" <szingman@msgstor.com>
Sent: Monday, November 09, 2020 7:58 PM
To: <main@DVSwitch.groups.io>
Subject: Re: [DVSwitch] Controlling DVSwitch from AllStar

Tony,
That was my mistake, use disconnect rather then unlink. Let me know.

Steve

On 11/9/20 7:55 PM, Tony Langdon wrote:
On 10/11/20 12:10 am, Steve N4IRS wrote:
Tony,
I'm working out a issue with changing TGs now. I hope you have been
using dvswitch.sh to control the server. If you have not, you need to be.
dvswitch.sh was built for just this thing in mind. I have to do a
updated write up but here is most of it in message form. First, let's
make sure you have the private node setup to work best with DVSwitch.
These are the recommended settings you should have. You may have other
parameters:
Thanks Steve, that worked perfectly. Tested connections to DMR, YSF and
P25, all working well. :) Only thing I've noticed is that the
disconnect command (dvswitch.sh tune unlink) really doesn't seem to do
much, but all the others are working. In a sense, it's no biggie,
because I can always take down the private node link when issuing the
unlink command and bring it up when selecting a DV mode.





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Re: Controlling DVSwitch from AllStar

 

Steve is correct.  Install ASL first, then DVSwitch.  It is possible to
backup your existing DVSwitch configuration and copy the .ini files back
in after reinstallation. 

When I upgraded my multiprotocol gateway (a separate DVSwitch
installation) to the current version, I installed from scratch, then
used my old configuration on the new server for both AllStar and DVSwitch.

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Re: Controlling DVSwitch from AllStar

Steve N4IRS
 

Other way around. Setup ASL 1.01 first, then add DVSwitch Server.

On 11/10/2020 10:16 AM, inmarex@... wrote:
Tony , I have a short question: How can I install a Allstar on the same RasPi (4) where DVSwitch Server is ? What flavor of AllStar do I need ?


Re: YSF and DMR bridging

Steve N4IRS
 

The export TG is used when sending traffic from YSF to a TG based mode (DMR, NXDN, P25)
The bridge you want to build is YSF <-> DMR, is totally separate from your ASL <-> DMR bridge ?

Steve N4IRS

On 11/10/2020 10:16 AM, Aaron Groover wrote:
I know I’m sorry this a repeated subject however today blue ridge is just giving tons of issues with the internet and I cannot load the forums/threads page to find the answers before asking. So I apologize for that. 

So I have a ysf reflector and a dmr reflector that I want them to both communicate (bridge) with each other. 

I do have asl to dmr working no issues but just don’t know how to make them BOTH communicate.

From what i was told you don’t need analog bridge, but just run the MMDVM bridge. Now my question is in dvswitch what is the TG I’m exporting? 9, my dmr TG or fusion? Obviously the fallback ID is self explanatory. 

Steve if your seeing this, really sorry you have to repeat it again.... 




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Re: YSF and DMR bridging

Doug - W4DBG
 

So you have ASL <> DMR working both ways?

You want to add YSF?

I am a little confused about the wording but if that’s what you are trying to do just run another instance of MMDVM_Bridge and export to the Talkgroup that you plan to use. So if your TG is 123 you export to 123. Make sure your ports are not vein fixed used and run it in the foreground. It will show you everything so you will understand if something is not working. 

Hopefully that helps and if I misunderstood the question I apologize. 

73,

Doug
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On Tue, Nov 10, 2020 at 9:16 AM Aaron Groover <k3alg@...> wrote:
I know I’m sorry this a repeated subject however today blue ridge is just giving tons of issues with the internet and I cannot load the forums/threads page to find the answers before asking. So I apologize for that. 

So I have a ysf reflector and a dmr reflector that I want them to both communicate (bridge) with each other. 

I do have asl to dmr working no issues but just don’t know how to make them BOTH communicate.

From what i was told you don’t need analog bridge, but just run the MMDVM bridge. Now my question is in dvswitch what is the TG I’m exporting? 9, my dmr TG or fusion? Obviously the fallback ID is self explanatory. 

Steve if your seeing this, really sorry you have to repeat it again.... 




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Re: Controlling DVSwitch from AllStar

inmarex@...
 

Tony , I have a short question: How can I install a Allstar on the same RasPi (4) where DVSwitch Server is ? What flavor of AllStar do I need ?


YSF and DMR bridging

Aaron Groover
 

I know I’m sorry this a repeated subject however today blue ridge is just giving tons of issues with the internet and I cannot load the forums/threads page to find the answers before asking. So I apologize for that. 

So I have a ysf reflector and a dmr reflector that I want them to both communicate (bridge) with each other. 

I do have asl to dmr working no issues but just don’t know how to make them BOTH communicate.

From what i was told you don’t need analog bridge, but just run the MMDVM bridge. Now my question is in dvswitch what is the TG I’m exporting? 9, my dmr TG or fusion? Obviously the fallback ID is self explanatory. 

Steve if your seeing this, really sorry you have to repeat it again.... 




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Re: Controlling DVSwitch from AllStar

 

On 10/11/20 11:58 am, Steve N4IRS wrote:
Tony,
That was my mistake, use disconnect rather then unlink. Let me know.
Just issued that command manually, seemed to work.  However, looks like
there needs to be some more "idiot proofing" required.  As things stand,
it's too easy to remain linked up to something when switching modes, so
I might implement a "disconnect before mode switch" command using one of
the unused command codes (simply switching modes may still be useful in
some corner cases).

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Re: XLX899 <> Allstar 40171

 

On 10/11/20 5:30 am, Patrick Perdue wrote:

If you're using HamVoIP, it's much, much easier to dedicate a second
Pi to DVSwitch and connect USRP between them on the LAN. I've done
this, and it works well. I also have a couple of ASL 1.01 systems.
Once you have ASL up and running, it's a lot easier to integrate
DVSwitch on the same hosting machine than with HamVoIP.
Yes, I've just finished integrating DVSwitch with ASL and it's fairly
straightforward.  Just got the final pieces of the puzzle from Steve,
and I now have a working multimode AllStar node, that needs only an
analog FM radio with DTMF to access any of the modes the system supports
(currently YSF, DMR and P25).

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Re: Controlling DVSwitch from AllStar

Steve N4IRS
 

Tony,
That was my mistake, use disconnect rather then unlink. Let me know.

Steve

On 11/9/20 7:55 PM, Tony Langdon wrote:
On 10/11/20 12:10 am, Steve N4IRS wrote:
Tony,
I'm working out a issue with changing TGs now. I hope you have been
using dvswitch.sh to control the server. If you have not, you need to be.
dvswitch.sh was built for just this thing in mind. I have to do a
updated write up but here is most of it in message form. First, let's
make sure you have the private node setup to work best with DVSwitch.
These are the recommended settings you should have. You may have other
parameters:
Thanks Steve, that worked perfectly.  Tested connections to DMR, YSF and
P25, all working well. :)  Only thing I've noticed is that the
disconnect command (dvswitch.sh tune unlink) really doesn't seem to do
much, but all the others are working.  In a sense, it's no biggie,
because I can always take down the private node link when issuing the
unlink command and bring it up when selecting a DV mode.


Re: Controlling DVSwitch from AllStar

 

On 10/11/20 12:10 am, Steve N4IRS wrote:
Tony,
I'm working out a issue with changing TGs now. I hope you have been
using dvswitch.sh to control the server. If you have not, you need to be.
dvswitch.sh was built for just this thing in mind. I have to do a
updated write up but here is most of it in message form. First, let's
make sure you have the private node setup to work best with DVSwitch.
These are the recommended settings you should have. You may have other
parameters:
Thanks Steve, that worked perfectly.  Tested connections to DMR, YSF and
P25, all working well. :)  Only thing I've noticed is that the
disconnect command (dvswitch.sh tune unlink) really doesn't seem to do
much, but all the others are working.  In a sense, it's no biggie,
because I can always take down the private node link when issuing the
unlink command and bring it up when selecting a DV mode.

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Re: Controlling DVSwitch from AllStar

 

On 10/11/20 8:25 am, Steve N4IRS wrote:
It was in the first message, but here it is again:

Ahh OK sorry, must have been half asleep when I read your first reply. 
Thanks again.  I'm about to have some fun with my scripting. :) 

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