[arm-allstar] Control GPIO from Allmon

Doug Crompton wa3dsp at gmail.com
Thu Mar 23 16:16:55 EST 2017


  Here is what you need to do -

In /etc/asterisk/simpleusb.conf define the gpio -

;rxaudiodelay=0         ; rx audio delay for squelch tail elimination.
Valid values
                        ; from 0-24 in 20ms increments. Typical values 5-10

*gpio1=out0 ; in, out0 or out1*

I just put it at the end of the first node after rxaudiodelay.

Then in /srv/http/supermon/controlpanel.ini add the following -

*labels[] = "GPIO 1 on"cmds[] = "rpt cmd %node% cop 62 GPIO1=1"labels[] =
"GPIO 1 off"cmds[] = "rpt cmd %node% cop 62 GPIO1=0"*
This can be anywhere in the list just don't break up any other labels/cmd
sequences. I just put it at the end.

I have not tested this beyond running it and not getting an error. I think
the GPIO1= is correct but if it does not work change the = to a space.

You can define other GPIO's depending on which one you want to use. see -



*73 Doug*


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On Thu, Mar 23, 2017 at 2:35 PM, "Justin Reed via arm-allstar" <
arm-allstar at hamvoip.org> wrote:

> Is there a way to toggle a gpio output in the URI from the allmon2 or
> supermon page? Point and click would be preferred. Something similar to how
> it's done within IRLPvcon?
> Regards,
> Justin
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