[arm-allstar] Adding node as a hub.
m0tfg at dx1mk.org
Mon Jan 7 03:49:41 EST 2019
Thanks for your reply Doug, what I have done so far I duplicated the existing node then just change the node number on rpt.conf, no luck, it doesn’t go online, is there any more files do I need to have a look aside from rpt.conf and savenode.conf?
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> On 7 Jan 2019, at 04:39, Doug Crompton via ARM-allstar <arm-allstar at hamvoip.org> wrote:
> 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
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