[arm-allstar] SUPERMON is here!

Pascal Nelson vpnels at gmail.com
Sat Mar 18 17:09:13 EST 2017

Aloha all,

I am trying to get Supermon started. I followed the instructions in the “How-to”. I am connecting only within my LAN, so I don’t think that I need to open port 5038 on my router. However, I am not able to login to the Asterisk Manager. I get the Supermon 5+ Allstar Monitor web page up, and it shows both of my nodes in the blue line. However, in the box below it says: “Could not login to Asterisk Manager.” And there is a spinning line below.

Any ideas what I’m doing wrong?

Pascal - AC7N
V Pascal Nelson
vpnels at gmail.com

> On Mar 17, 2017, at 20:39, Doug Crompton via arm-allstar <arm-allstar at hamvoip.org> wrote:
> ​Supermon is here! Just do an ADMIN menu item 1 update and reboot your
> system. Be sure to read the howto listed below or in the howto section of
> hamvoip.org​. There is some setup required as documented in the howto.
> Supermon is a much advanced Allmon2 supplying many features the user may
> need
> ​ to manage their nodes​
> . It integrates lsnodes, Allstar control, Log control, File editing,
> ​IRLP, Echolink ​
> and much more all in one place.
> Paul Aidukas, KN2R has been working on an improved Allmon2 for several
> years and Supermon is the result. I have been working with him over the
> last month or so integrating it into the V1.5 code.
> The best place to learn about Supermon is the Supermon howto link I have
> placed on the hamvoip.org web page.
> Here is a direct link to the page - https://hamvoip.org/supermon_howto.pdf
> This does not replace Allmon2 which is already part of the V1.5 package. It
> will be loaded in addition to that package in a different directory. Both
> can operate side-by-side if desired.
> ​ If you are already using Allmon2 it will function as normal after
> installing Supermon.
> *73 Doug*
> *WA3DSP*
> *http://www.crompton.com/hamradio <http://www.crompton.com/hamradio>*
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