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Re: Configuring DVSwitch Mobile to access own AllStarLink node

Aerodan
 

I may be off totally on this, but Steve doesn't the new drop of DVSwitch configure regular Allstar nicely, rather than using Hamvoip? I've been meaning to switch over from HV but... if it ain't broke :) AD


Re: ASL to DMR - not receiving inbound traffic

Gerry Filby
 

Thanks again Brad - I found my mistake in the AMBE_AUDIO section - once I put my DMR ID as the "gatewayDmrId" all started working correctly.

Thanks for your note on making the TG static - I ended removing that and I'm finding that the "auto-static" seems to work really well, the connection to the TG has stayed in place for several hours.

Cheers!

Gerry,
W6WNG


Re: Configuring DVSwitch Mobile to access own AllStarLink node

MarkVK3EME
 

On Fri, Nov 20, 2020 at 01:38 PM, @k6lcm wrote:

xten => 42437,n,Rpt,1998|P|${CALLERID(name)} ;;; The "CallerID" from IAXRpt

you may want to try changing the 1998 to your node number as well 


Re: Configuring DVSwitch Mobile to access own AllStarLink node

Levi C. Maaia
 

Cool. Thanks for your help!


Re: Configuring DVSwitch Mobile to access own AllStarLink node

Steve N4IRS
 

Both the ASL and HAMVOIP examples do not use the IAXRPT stanza, The ASL uses iaxclient and the HAMVOIP example uses joe-bobs-account That is the sample you should use. Yes, in both cases for DVSM, the type is friend. IAXRPT is used for the Windows client.
ASL uses the iax-client stanza in extensions.conf and HAMVOIP uses android-iaxrpt

Since you are using HAMVOIP, I would suggest you use the sample laid out in the document.

Steve N4IRS

On 11/19/20 9:38 PM, lcm@... wrote:

[Edited Message Follows]

This is the section where the 1998 needed to be changed to my node number:

[phone-iaxrpt]    ;;; Stanza is the context from iax.conf
exten => 42437,1,Answer
exten => 42437,n,Playback,rpt/node
exten => 42437,n,Playback,digits/1
exten => 42437,n,Playback,digits/9
exten => 42437,n,Playback,digits/9
exten => 42437,n,Playback,digits/8
exten => 42437,n,Set(CALLERID(num)=0)
exten => 42437,n,Rpt,1998|P|${CALLERID(name)} ;;; The "CallerID" from IAXRpt

I can show you the logs. Where will I find the log files in the dir structure?

I did some more troubleshooting and it seems to be related to the type setting.  When I change type=user to "friend" in the iax.conf [iaxrpt] stanza it will allow the app to connect using the iaxrpt user without throwing an error suggesting that there may be some issue with using the app to connect as a "user." Not sure the implications of that.

Example:

[iaxrpt]
user=iaxrpt
type=user friend
context=radio-iaxrpt
auth=md5
secret=  ; PASSWORD
host=dynamic
disallow=all
allow=ulaw
allow=gsm
transfer=no


Re: Configuring DVSwitch Mobile to access own AllStarLink node

Levi C. Maaia
 
Edited

This is the section where the 1998 needed to be changed to my node number:

[phone-iaxrpt]    ;;; Stanza is the context from iax.conf
exten => 42437,1,Answer
exten => 42437,n,Playback,rpt/node
exten => 42437,n,Playback,digits/1
exten => 42437,n,Playback,digits/9
exten => 42437,n,Playback,digits/9
exten => 42437,n,Playback,digits/8
exten => 42437,n,Set(CALLERID(num)=0)
exten => 42437,n,Rpt,1998|P|${CALLERID(name)} ;;; The "CallerID" from IAXRpt

I can show you the logs. Where will I find the log files in the dir structure?

I did some more troubleshooting and it seems to be related to the type setting.  When I change type=user to "friend" in the iax.conf [iaxrpt] stanza it will allow the app to connect using the iaxrpt user without throwing an error suggesting that there may be some issue with using the app to connect as a "user." Not sure the implications of that.

Example:

[iaxrpt]
user=iaxrpt
type=user friend
context=radio-iaxrpt
auth=md5
secret=  ; PASSWORD
host=dynamic
disallow=all
allow=ulaw
allow=gsm
transfer=no


Re: Configuring DVSwitch Mobile to access own AllStarLink node

Steve N4IRS
 

Without seeing the logs, iax.conf and extensions.conf there is not much I can do to help. I don't know what line 60 says.

On 11/19/20 7:24 PM, lcm@... wrote:

[Edited Message Follows]

I think I figured it out. Two things:

1. DV Switch mobile app seems to only connect when using the [myphone-iaxrpt] stanza as the username. It will not connect to [iaxrpt]. It throws an invalid password or stanza. I verified the password so it is some other option.

2. I changed Line 60 of extensions.conf from 1998 to my node number. After doing that, I was able to connect without the "node 199..." disconnect error state.


Re: Configuring DVSwitch Mobile to access own AllStarLink node

Levi C. Maaia
 
Edited

I think I figured it out. Two things:

1. DV Switch mobile app seems to only connect when using the [myphone-iaxrpt] stanza as the username. It will not connect to [iaxrpt]. It throws an invalid password or stanza. I verified the password so it is some other option.

2. I changed Line 60 of extensions.conf from 1998 to my node number. After doing that, I was able to connect without the "node 199..." disconnect error state.


Re: Configuring DVSwitch Mobile to access own AllStarLink node

Steve N4IRS
 

What is in the asterisk log when you connect?

On 11/19/20 7:10 PM, lcm@... wrote:
This looks to be how they are configured and I am still getting the "node 199..." and disconnect.  Has anyone verified that these instructions work with the latest HamVOIP img? I am on the same LAN so I don't think ports would be an issue.


Re: Configuring DVSwitch Mobile to access own AllStarLink node

Levi C. Maaia
 

This looks to be how they are configured and I am still getting the "node 199..." and disconnect.  Has anyone verified that these instructions work with the latest HamVOIP img? I am on the same LAN so I don't think ports would be an issue.


Re: Configuring DVSwitch Mobile to access own AllStarLink node

Steve N4IRS
 

Sorry,
I though you said AllStarLink. This is from HAMVOIP. <https://hamvoip.org/howto/iaxrpt-config.pdf>

On 11/19/20 4:23 PM, lcm@... wrote:
Thanks, I followed those instructions and now I am able to at least get the app to recognize the node. However, when I click connect in the app, I hear "node 199..." from the phone speaker and then it gets cut off and there is a tone.  It never actually completes the connection.  FYI, the node is a stock HamVOIP that I just re-flashed so everything is default except for the stanza I added to iax.conf per the wiki.


Re: Configuring DVSwitch Mobile to access own AllStarLink node

Levi C. Maaia
 

Thanks, I followed those instructions and now I am able to at least get the app to recognize the node. However, when I click connect in the app, I hear "node 199..." from the phone speaker and then it gets cut off and there is a tone.  It never actually completes the connection.  FYI, the node is a stock HamVOIP that I just re-flashed so everything is default except for the stanza I added to iax.conf per the wiki.


Re: Configuring DVSwitch Mobile to access own AllStarLink node

Steve N4IRS
 

On 11/19/2020 1:12 PM, lcm@... wrote:
I have my own AllStarLink node and I would like to use DVSwitch Mobile on Android to access it.  It seems like this is a very powerful Android app but I can't seem to find documentation to do this. Is there a step-by-step document somewhere?  I just need to know what to change on the node and how to configure the mobile app to match.


Configuring DVSwitch Mobile to access own AllStarLink node

Levi C. Maaia
 

I have my own AllStarLink node and I would like to use DVSwitch Mobile on Android to access it.  It seems like this is a very powerful Android app but I can't seem to find documentation to do this. Is there a step-by-step document somewhere?  I just need to know what to change on the node and how to configure the mobile app to match.


Re: os for Raspberry Pi

thlongan@...
 

Thank you



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-------- Original message --------
From: Doug - W4DBG <douggooden@...>
Date: 11/18/20 10:21 PM (GMT-05:00)
To: main@dvswitch.groups.io
Subject: Re: [DVSwitch] os for Raspberry Pi




On Wed, Nov 18, 2020 at 8:50 PM thlongan via groups.io <thlongan=ptd.net@groups.io> wrote:
I am ready to try my luck and build a DMR to YSF server. I plan on using a Raspberry Pi 3 B+. What Operating System should I use and where should I download it?

--
Doug Gooden
troytrojan@...


Re: ASL to DMR - not receiving inbound traffic

Brad N8PC
 

did you set the talk group on brandmeister as static? if not it will not stay connected.

On 11/18/2020 3:55 PM, Gerry Filby wrote:
Thanks for the response Brad !

I tried that and it stopped working altogether.  I looked in /opt/MMDV_Bridge/DVSwitch.ini and TX/RX are defined:

[DMR]

Address = 127.0.0.1             ; Address to send AMBE TLV frames to (export)

TXPort = 31100                  ; Port to send AMBE TLV frames to (export)

RXPort = 31103                  ; Port to listen on (import)

Slot = 2                        ; Export slot

ExportTG = 0                    ; Which TG to export

TalkerAlias = Roger Nowhere Il. DVSWITCH


So I'm assuming that needs to be reversed in Analog_Bridge.ini ? - Tx goes to Rx and visa versa:

[AMBE_AUDIO]

address = 127.0.0.1                     ; IP address of xx_Bridge

txPort = 31103                          ; Transmit TLV frames to partner on this port

rxPort = 31100                          ; Listen for TLV frames from partner on this port

ambeMode = DMR                          ; DMR, DMR_IPSC, DSTAR, NXDN, P25, YSFN, YSFW (encode PCM to this format)

minTxTimeMS = 2500                      ; Minimum time in MS for hang delay (0-10000)


I'm getting traffic from the TG 91, but only if I momentarily click my PTT on the analog side whilst a 3rd party is speaking in the TG.  If the 3rd party in the TG stops an restarts their over, I don't resume receiving their traffic from the TG.

g


Re: Coming to a browser near you

jacomms
 

😊

 

Justin Albury

J Albury Communications

justin@...

0417246791

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From: main@DVSwitch.groups.io <main@DVSwitch.groups.io> On Behalf Of Steve N4IRS
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Subject: [DVSwitch] Coming to a browser near you

 

In the discussion of a issue with radioid.net missing some entries this weekend I posted a screenshot of a work in progress. So, since the cat is out of the bag...
This is a work in progress of the new web (HTML) client. We have no release date and the program has not even gone into beta test yet.
I'll post update info here when available.


Re: os for Raspberry Pi

 

Thanks
I hope to setup on a pi also. Wht are the best directions
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73s,   Warmest wishes to you and blessings to your family.
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Toronto, CANADA
website VE3SP.com

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Re: os for Raspberry Pi

Doug - W4DBG
 

On Wed, Nov 18, 2020 at 8:50 PM thlongan via groups.io <thlongan=ptd.net@groups.io> wrote:
I am ready to try my luck and build a DMR to YSF server. I plan on using a Raspberry Pi 3 B+. What Operating System should I use and where should I download it?

--
Doug Gooden
troytrojan@...


os for Raspberry Pi

thlongan@...
 

I am ready to try my luck and build a DMR to YSF server. I plan on using a Raspberry Pi 3 B+. What Operating System should I use and where should I download it?

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