[arm-allstar] Adding node as a hub.

Doug Crompton wa3dsp at gmail.com
Sun Jan 6 23:39:58 EST 2019


 A hub is nothing more then a node with ore then one node connected to it.
Nothing else is special about it. Generally a hub, if it is large, is run
on a server by itself with no radio attachments. If it has many connections
you also need to be on an Internet link that can handle it. When running a
larger hub the Pi should be run in turbo mode. We have run Pi hubs with as
many as 70+ direct connections but typical hubs are 50 or less. Changes in
the hamvoip SW in the near future will eliminate the current ceiling and
should make it possible to have hundreds of direct connections.

*73 Doug*


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

On Sun, Jan 6, 2019 at 9:03 PM "Dennis Ramos via ARM-allstar" <
arm-allstar at hamvoip.org> wrote:

> Hello fellows, i would like to ask some small help on my existing allstar
> bridge setup.
> I have allstar node that bridge with a dmr talkgroup and echolink. So far
> good for about 4 months on raspberry pi 3.
> Now I would like to add another node to be configured as a hub and  i
> would that newly node be connected to my existing one.
> Any help is highly appreciated.
> Thanks in advance
> Dennis
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