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Re: thumbdv and rasberry pi 2

Jim <g7icd.jim@...>
 

My next question to the group would be how and what software do i need to get a pc xp or win7 to connect to the pi using dummyrepeateri have the dummy reptaer installed on xp pro at moment

i thought it was the dv3000 network and the network setting i had to change ?

i maybe missing somthing i neede to install on the pi2


cheers jim



Re: thumbdv and rasberry pi 2

Tom Cichowicz <tcichowicz@...>
 

Not sure if it's related but 1C reflector has been VERY problematic these last few days it had dropped link more than 20x yesterday, other operators confirming the troubles. 

   My dv mega hotspot reconnects/links automatically, but my winDV node with ThumbDV requires a manual connect. 

   Just an FYI


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On Aug 24, 2016, at 7:40 AM, James mcdowall <james.mcdowall4@...> wrote:

yes on slow link it on my server in shack as it big file it would take a lot of space on a server
cheers jim
pc i and looking for dummyrepeater for windows so i can network still waiting on the join request on yahoo
pps yes i too can run it on win7 with win dv strange thing is it connects to ref001c on windows but not on dummy repeater ?
 
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Wednesday, August 24, 2016 12:27 PM
Subject: Re: [ambe] thumbdv and rasberry pi 2

Jim;


    thanks for getting this working ... I'll be playing around with your image in the next few days. I'm downloading it as I type. It appears to be on a slow connection as it's showing 43mins remaining. No worries there as long as it completes I'm good with that.


    I run my Thumb DV on my PC;  Windows 7 - works perfectly with WinDV Node -


 looking forward to testing it on the Pi -I have a spare one at the moment, as I upgraded my DV Mega hotspot to a Pi3.

I'll be sure and followup with my results ...


thanks 73's



Re: thumbdv and rasberry pi 2

James mcdowall
 


yes on slow link it on my server in shack as it big file it would take a lot of space on a server
cheers jim
pc i and looking for dummyrepeater for windows so i can network still waiting on the join request on yahoo
pps yes i too can run it on win7 with win dv strange thing is it connects to ref001c on windows but not on dummy repeater ?
 

----- Original Message -----
Sent: Wednesday, August 24, 2016 12:27 PM
Subject: Re: [ambe] thumbdv and rasberry pi 2

Jim;


    thanks for getting this working ... I'll be playing around with your image in the next few days. I'm downloading it as I type. It appears to be on a slow connection as it's showing 43mins remaining. No worries there as long as it completes I'm good with that.


    I run my Thumb DV on my PC;  Windows 7 - works perfectly with WinDV Node -


 looking forward to testing it on the Pi -I have a spare one at the moment, as I upgraded my DV Mega hotspot to a Pi3.

I'll be sure and followup with my results ...


thanks 73's



Re: thumbdv and rasberry pi 2

Jim <g7icd.jim@...>
 

i am lsn on ref030c if you need any help as much as i can as i am a novice at Linux but am learning lol

cheers jim



Re: thumbdv and rasberry pi 2

Tom Cichowicz <tcichowicz@...>
 

Jim;


    thanks for getting this working ... I'll be playing around with your image in the next few days. I'm downloading it as I type. It appears to be on a slow connection as it's showing 43mins remaining. No worries there as long as it completes I'm good with that.


    I run my Thumb DV on my PC;  Windows 7 - works perfectly with WinDV Node -


 looking forward to testing it on the Pi -I have a spare one at the moment, as I upgraded my DV Mega hotspot to a Pi3.

I'll be sure and followup with my results ...


thanks 73's



Re: thumbdv and rasberry pi 2

Jim <g7icd.jim@...>
 

Hi All

        i have put a working image that only needs the call sign changing and port opened in router its stored on my private server http://g7icd.ddns.net/info/

hope it helps anyone out as John Hays helped me

cheers jim



Re: thumbdv and rasberry pi 2

g7icd <g7icd.jim@...>
 


ok i have put it on 030 see if i hear anything
it says i have linked
will lsn there
 
 

----- Original Message -----
From: John Hays
Sent: Tuesday, August 23, 2016 3:37 PM
Subject: Re: [ambe] thumbdv and rasberry pi 2

I gave you a call there, but you had disconnected. REF001 has a has a habit of going offline from time to time. REF030C is pretty active.

Most reflectors have a dashboard such as ref030.dstargateway.org so you can see who is linked.


On Aug 23, 2016 07:22, "Jim" <g7icd.jim@...> wrote:

at the moment it is trying REF001CL but it not connected yet but it will to REF035CL And i heard some one shout out on there i will leave it on that link and see if i hear more

Thanks John





Re: thumbdv and rasberry pi 2

 

I gave you a call there, but you had disconnected. REF001 has a has a habit of going offline from time to time. REF030C is pretty active.

Most reflectors have a dashboard such as ref030.dstargateway.org so you can see who is linked.


On Aug 23, 2016 07:22, "Jim" <g7icd.jim@...> wrote:

at the moment it is trying REF001CL but it not connected yet but it will to REF035CL And i heard some one shout out on there i will leave it on that link and see if i hear more

Thanks John





Re: thumbdv and rasberry pi 2

Jim <g7icd.jim@...>
 

at the moment it is trying REF001CL but it not connected yet but it will to REF035CL And i heard some one shout out on there i will leave it on that link and see if i hear more

Thanks John





Re: thumbdv and rasberry pi 2

 

To link you want to put REF001CL in the UR field. Once linked switch back to CQCQCQ.


On Aug 23, 2016 5:37 AM, "Jim" <g7icd.jim@...> wrote:

could you please have a look at these snap shots and see were i am going wrong i have puy them on my own site so not to fill up yours

http://g7icd.ddns.net/info/

cheers jim




Re: thumbdv and rasberry pi 2

Jim <g7icd.jim@...>
 

could you please have a look at these snap shots and see were i am going wrong i have puy them on my own site so not to fill up yours

http://g7icd.ddns.net/info/

cheers jim



thumbdv and rasberry pi 2

Jim <g7icd.jim@...>
 
Edited

Thanks To John D. Haysi have nearly got the thumbdv pi 2 working i must have just one thing wrong will put what i have done with John D. Hays 

tomorrow and see if anyone can see were i have gone wrong (I do have it working on win7 ) so must be a config error some were even done the ehco test with -------E and that came back fine

its just this cannot find user G7ICD and the connect to what ever repeater/reflector it says ignoring shows on the log will post more tomorrow as it wa past my bed time

thanks jim


Re: PI-DV3000 error message and ideas about its source

 

Glad you were able to fix it.

On Fri, Aug 19, 2016 at 2:03 PM, Gary Payne via Groups.io <garyw7jzu@...> wrote:
The addition of 2 terminals for W7JZU fixed the problem

Thanks again John

Gary W7JZU


--


John D. Hays
K7VE

PO Box 1223, Edmonds, WA 98020-1223
   


Re: PI-DV3000 error message and ideas about its source

 

The addition of 2 terminals for W7JZU fixed the problem

Thanks again John

Gary W7JZU



From: Gary Payne via Groups.io <garyw7jzu@...>
To: ambe@nw-digital-radio.groups.io
Sent: Friday, August 19, 2016 2:09 PM
Subject: Re: [ambe] PI-DV3000 error message and ideas about its source

Thank you John, that was helpful to know that it was probably my status within the larger network and not a software glitch in the gateway. The fact that it worked for you was important information.

I did establish the terminals and we will wait until they propagate thru the system. I suspect this was indeed the problem. I had registered at another gateway but that was deleted and I had not reregistered terminals in the new gateway where I registered.

I am waiting to hear how to revise my IrcDDB entry and will make the changes when I get the link.

73, Gary


From: Gary Payne via Groups.io <garyw7jzu@...>
To: ambe@nw-digital-radio.groups.io
Sent: Friday, August 19, 2016 2:06 PM
Subject: Re: [ambe] PI-DV3000 error message and ideas about its source

Thank you John, that was helpful to know that it was probably my status within the larger network and not a software glitch in the gateway. The fact that it worked for you was important information.

I did establish the terminals and we will wait until they propagate thru the system. I suspect this was indeed the problem. I had registered at another gateway but that was deleted and I had not reregistered terminals in the new gateway where I registered.

I am waiting to hear how to revise my IrcDDB entry and will make the changes when I get the link.

73, Gary




From: John Hays <john@...>
To: ambe@nw-digital-radio.groups.io
Sent: Thursday, August 18, 2016 5:43 PM
Subject: Re: [ambe] PI-DV3000 error message and ideas about its source

Hi Gary,

I have just connected to W7VOI B with Buster and the connection seems to be working, though nobody is transmitting right now. (BTW, you can get a security certificate from AA4RC so you don't get the warning when connecting to your dashboard.)

It is unusual that this would happen with one system.  W7VOI does not appear to be at a fixed address?  It is currently at 159.118.95.176 -- You might want to check your /dstar/tmp/gateways.txt file and see if it has this address for W7VOI.

You also seem to be reporting into ircDDB with the add-on, but have incomplete data as it doesn't have lat/lon.  http://status.ircddb.net/qam.php?call=W7VOI

The main issue may be that W7JZU does not have a registered terminal on the US Trust (also it would be the DPLUS login in DummyRepeater).  http://query.ke5bms.com/index.php

https://nw-digital-radio.groups.io/g/ambe/wiki

On Thu, Aug 18, 2016 at 4:15 PM, Gary Payne via Groups.io <garyw7jzu@...> wrote:
I administer a dstar system, W7VOI. It has worked well for a couple of years and continues to work adequately with a single anomaly.

I can access and use the W7VOI system perfectly when accessing it from a radio. However, if I try to link to the system from my pi-DV3000 computer, I get a message “Connected to . Attempting to establish link.” Despite this message, I am able to hear the audio from W7VOI but I cannot transmit to W7VOI from the computer.

The port forwarding tests at W7VOI are passed but when the gateway is up, I see with nettalk  that port 4000 is not ‘listening.’ I have no trouble linking to sites other than W7VOI so I think the issue is in my dstar setup. 

My question is has anyone seen this message and found it associated with any specific dstar issue? I would love to have help conceptualizing the problem so I might know where in the dstar system to look for a solution. Can it be hardware in the computer? a modem issue? a software error or some other problem source that I should be attending to?

Thank you in advance for any ideas.

Gary W7JZU


--


John D. Hays
K7VE

PO Box 1223, Edmonds, WA 98020-1223
   








Re: PI-DV3000 error message and ideas about its source

 

Thank you John, that was helpful to know that it was probably my status within the larger network and not a software glitch in the gateway. The fact that it worked for you was important information.

I did establish the terminals and we will wait until they propagate thru the system. I suspect this was indeed the problem. I had registered at another gateway but that was deleted and I had not reregistered terminals in the new gateway where I registered.

I am waiting to hear how to revise my IrcDDB entry and will make the changes when I get the link.

73, Gary


From: Gary Payne via Groups.io <garyw7jzu@...>
To: ambe@nw-digital-radio.groups.io
Sent: Friday, August 19, 2016 2:06 PM
Subject: Re: [ambe] PI-DV3000 error message and ideas about its source

Thank you John, that was helpful to know that it was probably my status within the larger network and not a software glitch in the gateway. The fact that it worked for you was important information.

I did establish the terminals and we will wait until they propagate thru the system. I suspect this was indeed the problem. I had registered at another gateway but that was deleted and I had not reregistered terminals in the new gateway where I registered.

I am waiting to hear how to revise my IrcDDB entry and will make the changes when I get the link.

73, Gary




From: John Hays <john@...>
To: ambe@nw-digital-radio.groups.io
Sent: Thursday, August 18, 2016 5:43 PM
Subject: Re: [ambe] PI-DV3000 error message and ideas about its source

Hi Gary,

I have just connected to W7VOI B with Buster and the connection seems to be working, though nobody is transmitting right now. (BTW, you can get a security certificate from AA4RC so you don't get the warning when connecting to your dashboard.)

It is unusual that this would happen with one system.  W7VOI does not appear to be at a fixed address?  It is currently at 159.118.95.176 -- You might want to check your /dstar/tmp/gateways.txt file and see if it has this address for W7VOI.

You also seem to be reporting into ircDDB with the add-on, but have incomplete data as it doesn't have lat/lon.  http://status.ircddb.net/qam.php?call=W7VOI

The main issue may be that W7JZU does not have a registered terminal on the US Trust (also it would be the DPLUS login in DummyRepeater).  http://query.ke5bms.com/index.php

https://nw-digital-radio.groups.io/g/ambe/wiki

On Thu, Aug 18, 2016 at 4:15 PM, Gary Payne via Groups.io <garyw7jzu@...> wrote:
I administer a dstar system, W7VOI. It has worked well for a couple of years and continues to work adequately with a single anomaly.

I can access and use the W7VOI system perfectly when accessing it from a radio. However, if I try to link to the system from my pi-DV3000 computer, I get a message “Connected to . Attempting to establish link.” Despite this message, I am able to hear the audio from W7VOI but I cannot transmit to W7VOI from the computer.

The port forwarding tests at W7VOI are passed but when the gateway is up, I see with nettalk  that port 4000 is not ‘listening.’ I have no trouble linking to sites other than W7VOI so I think the issue is in my dstar setup. 

My question is has anyone seen this message and found it associated with any specific dstar issue? I would love to have help conceptualizing the problem so I might know where in the dstar system to look for a solution. Can it be hardware in the computer? a modem issue? a software error or some other problem source that I should be attending to?

Thank you in advance for any ideas.

Gary W7JZU


--


John D. Hays
K7VE

PO Box 1223, Edmonds, WA 98020-1223
   






Re: PI-DV3000 error message and ideas about its source

 

Thank you John, that was helpful to know that it was probably my status within the larger network and not a software glitch in the gateway. The fact that it worked for you was important information.

I did establish the terminals and we will wait until they propagate thru the system. I suspect this was indeed the problem. I had registered at another gateway but that was deleted and I had not reregistered terminals in the new gateway where I registered.

I am waiting to hear how to revise my IrcDDB entry and will make the changes when I get the link.

73, Gary




From: John Hays <john@...>
To: ambe@nw-digital-radio.groups.io
Sent: Thursday, August 18, 2016 5:43 PM
Subject: Re: [ambe] PI-DV3000 error message and ideas about its source

Hi Gary,

I have just connected to W7VOI B with Buster and the connection seems to be working, though nobody is transmitting right now. (BTW, you can get a security certificate from AA4RC so you don't get the warning when connecting to your dashboard.)

It is unusual that this would happen with one system.  W7VOI does not appear to be at a fixed address?  It is currently at 159.118.95.176 -- You might want to check your /dstar/tmp/gateways.txt file and see if it has this address for W7VOI.

You also seem to be reporting into ircDDB with the add-on, but have incomplete data as it doesn't have lat/lon.  http://status.ircddb.net/qam.php?call=W7VOI

The main issue may be that W7JZU does not have a registered terminal on the US Trust (also it would be the DPLUS login in DummyRepeater).  http://query.ke5bms.com/index.php

https://nw-digital-radio.groups.io/g/ambe/wiki

On Thu, Aug 18, 2016 at 4:15 PM, Gary Payne via Groups.io <garyw7jzu@...> wrote:
I administer a dstar system, W7VOI. It has worked well for a couple of years and continues to work adequately with a single anomaly.

I can access and use the W7VOI system perfectly when accessing it from a radio. However, if I try to link to the system from my pi-DV3000 computer, I get a message “Connected to . Attempting to establish link.” Despite this message, I am able to hear the audio from W7VOI but I cannot transmit to W7VOI from the computer.

The port forwarding tests at W7VOI are passed but when the gateway is up, I see with nettalk  that port 4000 is not ‘listening.’ I have no trouble linking to sites other than W7VOI so I think the issue is in my dstar setup. 

My question is has anyone seen this message and found it associated with any specific dstar issue? I would love to have help conceptualizing the problem so I might know where in the dstar system to look for a solution. Can it be hardware in the computer? a modem issue? a software error or some other problem source that I should be attending to?

Thank you in advance for any ideas.

Gary W7JZU


--


John D. Hays
K7VE

PO Box 1223, Edmonds, WA 98020-1223
   




Re: PI-DV3000 error message and ideas about its source

 

Hi Gary,

I have just connected to W7VOI B with Buster and the connection seems to be working, though nobody is transmitting right now. (BTW, you can get a security certificate from AA4RC so you don't get the warning when connecting to your dashboard.)

It is unusual that this would happen with one system.  W7VOI does not appear to be at a fixed address?  It is currently at 159.118.95.176 -- You might want to check your /dstar/tmp/gateways.txt file and see if it has this address for W7VOI.

You also seem to be reporting into ircDDB with the add-on, but have incomplete data as it doesn't have lat/lon.  http://status.ircddb.net/qam.php?call=W7VOI

The main issue may be that W7JZU does not have a registered terminal on the US Trust (also it would be the DPLUS login in DummyRepeater).  http://query.ke5bms.com/index.php

https://nw-digital-radio.groups.io/g/ambe/wiki

On Thu, Aug 18, 2016 at 4:15 PM, Gary Payne via Groups.io <garyw7jzu@...> wrote:

I administer a dstar system, W7VOI. It has worked well for a couple of years and continues to work adequately with a single anomaly.


I can access and use the W7VOI system perfectly when accessing it from a radio. However, if I try to link to the system from my pi-DV3000 computer, I get a message “Connected to . Attempting to establish link.” Despite this message, I am able to hear the audio from W7VOI but I cannot transmit to W7VOI from the computer.

The port forwarding tests at W7VOI are passed but when the gateway is up, I see with nettalk  that port 4000 is not ‘listening.’ I have no trouble linking to sites other than W7VOI so I think the issue is in my dstar setup. 

My question is has anyone seen this message and found it associated with any specific dstar issue? I would love to have help conceptualizing the problem so I might know where in the dstar system to look for a solution. Can it be hardware in the computer? a modem issue? a software error or some other problem source that I should be attending to?

Thank you in advance for any ideas.

Gary W7JZU


--


John D. Hays
K7VE

PO Box 1223, Edmonds, WA 98020-1223
   


PI-DV3000 error message and ideas about its source

 

I administer a dstar system, W7VOI. It has worked well for a couple of years and continues to work adequately with a single anomaly.


I can access and use the W7VOI system perfectly when accessing it from a radio. However, if I try to link to the system from my pi-DV3000 computer, I get a message “Connected to . Attempting to establish link.” Despite this message, I am able to hear the audio from W7VOI but I cannot transmit to W7VOI from the computer.

The port forwarding tests at W7VOI are passed but when the gateway is up, I see with nettalk  that port 4000 is not ‘listening.’ I have no trouble linking to sites other than W7VOI so I think the issue is in my dstar setup. 

My question is has anyone seen this message and found it associated with any specific dstar issue? I would love to have help conceptualizing the problem so I might know where in the dstar system to look for a solution. Can it be hardware in the computer? a modem issue? a software error or some other problem source that I should be attending to?

Thank you in advance for any ideas.

Gary W7JZU


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Re: Need HELP getting configured on DSTAR

Tom Cichowicz <tcichowicz@...>
 

Just an UPDATE -- I'm up and running ..... disregard my previous post.

  The only thing I changed was the callsign server - I was using Free*Star; because the Dutch*Star kept giving me errors or wouldn't connect when I first configured the DV Node. Im HAPPY to report just switching to to Dutch*Star DPNS -- made everything HAPPY! including me.

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