[arm-allstar] Testing AllStar installation on RP3

Doug Crompton wa3dsp at gmail.com
Thu Sep 6 23:08:50 EDT 2018


 Welcome to hamvoip Allstar. I think you will like it.

If you have a Windows box you can download iaxrpt - The howto is at the
hamvoip.org web site.

All you need to do is setup an account in iaxrpt  and set your secret if
you did not already to that at setup for iaxrpt.

This will allow you to connect to your node and then using the DTMF pad in
iaxrpt to connect to to other nodes or send commands. Of course you also
need to have speakers and a mic connected to your computer.

You could also do this with an Android phone as there is also a version for
that. Again the setup procedure can be found in the iaxrpt howto at the

Other than that be patient and hopefully your FOB will get there. What FOB
did you order? What radio are you connecting it to?

If you have any problems getting your node going this is the place to ask.

*73 Doug*


*http://www.crompton.com/hamradio <http://www.crompton.com/hamradio>*

On Thu, Sep 6, 2018 at 10:13 PM "Richard Astley via ARM-allstar" <
arm-allstar at hamvoip.org> wrote:

> Hi guys,
> I’ve just received my RP3 and installed AllStar following the instructions
> on hamvoip. I’m still waiting for my sound fob to arrive so can’t really
> progress any further. My plan was to build a simple radio-less node for
> testing and to keep in the office while connected to the LAN.
> Is there a way I can test I have a good install?
> Can I connect to any other nodes without a radio or DTMF mic?
> Does the RP3 have on board audio that can be used for testing?
> Basically what is the best way of testing what I have done so far?
> Cheers
> Rich
> Sent from my iPhone
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