[arm-allstar] Important dtmf command - hamvoip repeater

Dennis Ramos m0tfg at dx1mk.org
Fri Jan 11 14:56:52 EST 2019

Doug first of all thank you very for your never ending support. 

I have some question about remote dtmf commands. 

Let's say I have two nodes, node 22222 and node 44444, they have different public ip - different locations, and they are permanent link together by adding *3.... On rpt.conf.

Now my dvswitch mobile is connected to node 44444 and i would like to send a command from dvswitch mobile to 22222 via node 44444. Is it posble? How?

Thanks in advance


De dennis/m0tfg 

On 10 January 2019 23:28:27 GMT, "Doug Crompton via ARM-allstar" <arm-allstar at hamvoip.org> wrote:
>This depends on what you want to secure. Most use it as it stands. What
>is it you want to secure? Only local users can control your system via
>DTMF. Usually you usually should not change the common
>commands because they are well known but you can if you need to. Just
>through the functions stanza in rpt.conf and see what functions you may
>want users to have the ability to access. You can either make the DTMF
>different or comment out the command altogether. Just remember that
>changing DTMF is not really secure as someone could figure it out.
>You can make commands to your server very secure by using codes out of
>DTMF range. So for instance
>A1= some command
>Could be
>E1= some command
>In this case your could only exercise this command via SSH or Supermon
>*73 Doug*
>*http://www.crompton.com/hamradio <http://www.crompton.com/hamradio>*
>On Thu, Jan 10, 2019 at 5:50 PM "Dennis Ramos via ARM-allstar" <
>arm-allstar at hamvoip.org> wrote:
>> Hello Guys, I just wonder what are the important dtmf commands that
>> need to edit/change from default for securing the hamvoip or
>> repeater.
>> Cheers
>> De Dennis/m0tfg
>> Sent from my iPad
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