wa3dsp at gmail.com
Fri Jan 26 21:50:12 EST 2018
OK, I need to understand exactly where you are with this. You need to go
into the Asterisk client - menu item 11 - You will get a CLI prompt. Watch
the screen while you push all the DTMF buttons on the radio. You should see
each one decode on the screen and display the alphanumeric you pushed. If
they all work OK then push *81 - This should tell you the time. It will
decode as * 8 1 on separate lines on the screen and then there should be a
line that sends out the time which you should hear on the radio.
Let me know where you stand with this and we can go on from there.
On Fri, Jan 26, 2018 at 8:23 PM, "Kerry McKenzie via arm-allstar" <
arm-allstar at hamvoip.org> wrote:
> Greetings all
> Well I thought I had got the constant dtmf issue partly fixed but not the
> I replaced the chinese radio with a full blown commercial radio Hytera
> I borrowed a Hytera PD782G hand held to send the tones, ....so as to use
> the same brand radios to send and receive the dtmf tones
> I can watch with 2 putty sessions one in asterisk and the other adjusting
> the levels.
> I can see it decoding the commands but nothing happens.
> If I go into the ham voip web site and look at my node if I pull up the
> dtmf command list I get nothing?
> Right now I am totally lost and ready to ditch this project as a bad idea.
> With no control over the node it is getting to the point where it is just
> too risky to leave it on air.
> Any last ditch help would be greatly appreciated as I have exhausted any
> ideas that I had to fix this. I am the only person within 1600 klms doing
> this so it not like I can see what someone else is doing.
> Thanks regards Kerry
> Kerry McKenzie
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