[Arm-allstar-irlp] Important Info for all Hamvoip IRLP users
w5mgm at aol.com
Sun Jan 19 22:37:25 EST 2020
Richard, if you want to get rid of your irlp board send it to me, my address is good on QRZ. Dave Cameron has told you that he’d reinstate your pgp keys if you put your node back on IRLP software. Dave took the drastic action of removing pgp keys from folks running Hamvoip after seeing the same node number reporting twice to his servers because there’s been some theft of keys from unsuspecting victims, and also people different people sending him the same picture of an IRLP board they’d supposedly bought at a hamfest trying to get pgp keys from him for free. If you don’t like IRLP good riddance. I run IRLP and I run Hamvoip allstar. IRLP is a hell of a lot more reliable for keeping my connections alive.
From: Richard Hyde via ARM-allstar-irlp
Sent: Sunday, January 19, 2020 9:21 PM
To: arm-allstar-irlp at hamvoip.org
Cc: Richard Hyde
Subject: Re: [Arm-allstar-irlp] Important Info for all Hamvoip IRLP users
I have went back and forth with IRLP Dave... sent him several emails Trying
to get my node reinstated. But had no luck. Even told him I’ve never had
any interference or problems. And even stated that cross-linking has been
going on from the start even before IRLP. On my last email to him he
offered to reinstall my node and get it back up and running on his
equipment. (IRLP Board) And I said what’s the difference in me using your
equipment and cross-linking then using one board and one computer and doing
it all on one device.
And he quoted that hamvoip is not compatible..
So now I debate on whether to make a YouTube video or not. How to get your
PGP keys working again. Grab the IRLP board take it outside lay it on the
concrete and smash it with a hammer. I will never keep up on our IRLP ever
On Wed, Jan 15, 2020 at 6:12 PM "N3vsi via ARM-allstar-irlp" <
arm-allstar-irlp at hamvoip.org> wrote:
> All about the BENJIMS
> On 1/15/20 5:28 PM, "Paul - KN2R via ARM-allstar-irlp" wrote:
> > Agreed, and also how are some HamVoIP nodes that were bridging to
> certain reflectors before for years, now after "The Purge", still allowed
> to bridge once again? Did they pay more to buy their key back? Why are
> they special?
> > Select AllStar nodes can still bridge an IRLP Reflector to many AllStar
> nodes, but a single IRLP node owner cannot bridge anything, one-on-one IRLP
> only. Junk it, not needed anymore!
> > Greatest thing is an AllStar IRLP node after "The Purge" still has
> AllStar! No impact at all.
> > The 100% IRLP compatibility was nice, for years actually, until they
> targeted HamVoIP.
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: ARM-allstar-irlp [mailto:arm-allstar-irlp-bounces at hamvoip.org] On
> Behalf Of "wl7lp via ARM-allstar-irlp"
> > Sent: Tuesday, January 14, 2020 2:35 AM
> > To: arm-allstar-irlp at hamvoip.org
> > Cc: wl7lp
> > Subject: Re: [Arm-allstar-irlp] Important Info for all Hamvoip IRLP users
> > What I'd like to know is why Hamvoip IRLP node was singled out and all
> the ASL irlp bridged nodes are still up and running connected to IRLP
> > Sent from my Samsung Galaxy smartphone.
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