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Re: BlueDV and ThumbDV no DMR

 

On Sat, Feb 2, 2019 at 11:23 PM, David - N5MXI wrote:
DMR Master 3102 passw1rd
Use   DMR Master 3108 passw0rd
DMR 3108 is more stable
passw1rd is for a UK server and passw0rd is for USA and Canada
Here is a sample that works.
Make your setup screen the same using your info in the areas in red and it WILL work.
EVERYTHING ELSE MUST BE IDENTICAL!




Re: BlueDV and ThumbDV no DMR

J G Shaw
 

I have attached a screen snip of my settings screen.  I am using a slightly different password.  Perhaps the same will work for you?  My password has a “zero” instead of a “one”.  If that doesn’t fix it, then I suggest changing your US DMR master e.g., I use 3103.

 

From: ambe@nw-digital-radio.groups.io [mailto:ambe@nw-digital-radio.groups.io] On Behalf Of David - N5MXI
Sent: Saturday, February 2, 2019 10:48 PM
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Subject: [ambe] BlueDV and ThumbDV no DMR

 

I am using a ThumbDV with BlueDV. I have configured BlueDV for BM type DMR and entered my DMR ID in DMR hotspot and simple. DMR Master 3102 passw1rd. I am unable to get the DMR  button at the lower left of the main BlueDV to show DMR connected. I have no trouble with D-Star connecting. Is the password for the Master correct? I can think of no other reason for not connecting.


BlueDV and ThumbDV no DMR

David - N5MXI
 

I am using a ThumbDV with BlueDV. I have configured BlueDV for BM type DMR and entered my DMR ID in DMR hotspot and simple. DMR Master 3102 passw1rd. I am unable to get the DMR  button at the lower left of the main BlueDV to show DMR connected. I have no trouble with D-Star connecting. Is the password for the Master correct? I can think of no other reason for not connecting.


Re: How to Change AMBEServer UDP Port Number?? #udpport #ambe #port

Dev 9Y4DG
 

Thanks guys.....Your feedback and responses were awesome!!

Mission accomplished!!!....73 Dev, 9Y4DG


On Wed, 30 Jan 2019 at 15:48, John D Hays - K7VE <john@...> wrote:

A standard convention in Unix/Linux is to provide a simple usage message, by using an -h or --help flag to a command.

e.g.

ambeserver -h

will show you:
Usage: AMBEserver [-d] [-r] [-s speed] [-p port] [-i tty] [-v] [-x]\n

This shows you command line options to set the speed, port, and tty that ambeserver should use.



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Re: How to Change AMBEServer UDP Port Number?? #udpport #ambe #port

 

A standard convention in Unix/Linux is to provide a simple usage message, by using an -h or --help flag to a command.

e.g.

ambeserver -h

will show you:
Usage: AMBEserver [-d] [-r] [-s speed] [-p port] [-i tty] [-v] [-x]\n

This shows you command line options to set the speed, port, and tty that ambeserver should use.


Re: How to Change AMBEServer UDP Port Number?? #udpport #ambe #port

Jorge
 

Sorry a typo

/usr/local/sbin/ambeserver -d -p 24999 -i /dev/ttyUSB0 -s 460800


On Wed, 30 Jan 2019 at 15:44, Jorge via Groups.Io <ct1jib=gmail.com@groups.io> wrote:
Hi all,

You can use switch "p" to change port number, exemp: usr/local/sbin/ambeserver -d -i -p 24999 /dev/ttyUSB0 -s 460800

Hope this help

On Wed, 30 Jan 2019 at 15:36, John D Hays - K7VE <john@...> wrote:
There are command line switches to set the port and device. 

On Wed, Jan 30, 2019, 05:05 Dev Gosine <dgosine@... wrote:
Thank you Frank for your very prompt response..

It seems as though you might be using Compass Linux. Unfortunately, I'm using Raspian Stretch., so there is no opendv folder and neither am I seeing any ambeserver-ttyUSB0.conf file to edit.

Thanks again buddy...73 Dev, 9Y4DG


On Wed, 30 Jan 2019 at 01:25, (null) (null) via Groups.Io <fdecuire=yahoo.com@groups.io> wrote:
Dev

I’m running multiple servers also and I did the following on the PI server:

pico /etc/opendv/ambeserver-ttyUSB0.conf
Changed the UDP port to 18307

Did UDP port forwarding on the router for 18307.

Frank k6fed 

On Jan 29, 2019, at 8:53 PM, Dev Gosine <dgosine@...> wrote:

Good day,
                   The AMBEServer defaults to port 2460. I would like to run multiple servers simultaneously. Of course, they can't all use port 2460 concurrently.

So the question is how does one change the UDP port either in the initialisation process of the Raspberry Pi and/or in the AMBE Server??

I suspect a file of two needs to be edited..... any ideas or suggestions??

I thank you for your contributions...73 Dev, 9Y4DG



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“Your chances of success in any undertaking can
always be measured by your belief in yourself"
       ~Robert Collier~.

The pessimist complains about the wind.
The optimist expects it to change.
The leader adjusts the sails.

                 ~John Maxwell~

Teamwork is the ability to work together toward a common vision.
The ability to direct individual accomplishment toward organizational objectives.
It is the fuel that allows common people to attain uncommon results.
      ~ Anonymous~

We believe that:

"We make a living by what we get,
We make a life by what we give!"
          ~Winston Churchill~



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Re: How to Change AMBEServer UDP Port Number?? #udpport #ambe #port

Jorge
 

Hi all,

You can use switch "p" to change port number, exemp: usr/local/sbin/ambeserver -d -i -p 24999 /dev/ttyUSB0 -s 460800

Hope this help

On Wed, 30 Jan 2019 at 15:36, John D Hays - K7VE <john@...> wrote:
There are command line switches to set the port and device. 

On Wed, Jan 30, 2019, 05:05 Dev Gosine <dgosine@... wrote:
Thank you Frank for your very prompt response..

It seems as though you might be using Compass Linux. Unfortunately, I'm using Raspian Stretch., so there is no opendv folder and neither am I seeing any ambeserver-ttyUSB0.conf file to edit.

Thanks again buddy...73 Dev, 9Y4DG


On Wed, 30 Jan 2019 at 01:25, (null) (null) via Groups.Io <fdecuire=yahoo.com@groups.io> wrote:
Dev

I’m running multiple servers also and I did the following on the PI server:

pico /etc/opendv/ambeserver-ttyUSB0.conf
Changed the UDP port to 18307

Did UDP port forwarding on the router for 18307.

Frank k6fed 

On Jan 29, 2019, at 8:53 PM, Dev Gosine <dgosine@...> wrote:

Good day,
                   The AMBEServer defaults to port 2460. I would like to run multiple servers simultaneously. Of course, they can't all use port 2460 concurrently.

So the question is how does one change the UDP port either in the initialisation process of the Raspberry Pi and/or in the AMBE Server??

I suspect a file of two needs to be edited..... any ideas or suggestions??

I thank you for your contributions...73 Dev, 9Y4DG



--


“Your chances of success in any undertaking can
always be measured by your belief in yourself"
       ~Robert Collier~.

The pessimist complains about the wind.
The optimist expects it to change.
The leader adjusts the sails.

                 ~John Maxwell~

Teamwork is the ability to work together toward a common vision.
The ability to direct individual accomplishment toward organizational objectives.
It is the fuel that allows common people to attain uncommon results.
      ~ Anonymous~

We believe that:

"We make a living by what we get,
We make a life by what we give!"
          ~Winston Churchill~



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73's

***********************************
CT1JIB / Jorge Santos
***********************************


Re: How to Change AMBEServer UDP Port Number?? #udpport #ambe #port

Stefsan
 

Hi Dev,

as you remember before you compile (with make and make install) you had edit the ambeserver.c file with a editor (as root) to change in it the baudrate ( maybe you have), on one of the following line you can also change the port. Change them also and the baudrate and compile again ( with make and make install)

B.r.

Stefan DL1ESZ

Am 30.01.19 um 14:05 schrieb Dev Gosine:

Thank you Frank for your very prompt response..

It seems as though you might be using Compass Linux. Unfortunately, I'm using Raspian Stretch., so there is no opendv folder and neither am I seeing any ambeserver-ttyUSB0.conf file to edit.

Thanks again buddy...73 Dev, 9Y4DG


On Wed, 30 Jan 2019 at 01:25, (null) (null) via Groups.Io <fdecuire=yahoo.com@groups.io> wrote:
Dev

I’m running multiple servers also and I did the following on the PI server:

pico /etc/opendv/ambeserver-ttyUSB0.conf
Changed the UDP port to 18307

Did UDP port forwarding on the router for 18307.

Frank k6fed 

On Jan 29, 2019, at 8:53 PM, Dev Gosine <dgosine@...> wrote:

Good day,
                   The AMBEServer defaults to port 2460. I would like to run multiple servers simultaneously. Of course, they can't all use port 2460 concurrently.

So the question is how does one change the UDP port either in the initialisation process of the Raspberry Pi and/or in the AMBE Server??

I suspect a file of two needs to be edited..... any ideas or suggestions??

I thank you for your contributions...73 Dev, 9Y4DG



--


“Your chances of success in any undertaking can
always be measured by your belief in yourself"
       ~Robert Collier~.

The pessimist complains about the wind.
The optimist expects it to change.
The leader adjusts the sails.

                 ~John Maxwell~

Teamwork is the ability to work together toward a common vision.
The ability to direct individual accomplishment toward organizational objectives.
It is the fuel that allows common people to attain uncommon results.
      ~ Anonymous~

We believe that:

"We make a living by what we get,
We make a life by what we give!"
          ~Winston Churchill~


Re: How to Change AMBEServer UDP Port Number?? #udpport #ambe #port

 

There are command line switches to set the port and device. 


On Wed, Jan 30, 2019, 05:05 Dev Gosine <dgosine@... wrote:
Thank you Frank for your very prompt response..

It seems as though you might be using Compass Linux. Unfortunately, I'm using Raspian Stretch., so there is no opendv folder and neither am I seeing any ambeserver-ttyUSB0.conf file to edit.

Thanks again buddy...73 Dev, 9Y4DG


On Wed, 30 Jan 2019 at 01:25, (null) (null) via Groups.Io <fdecuire=yahoo.com@groups.io> wrote:
Dev

I’m running multiple servers also and I did the following on the PI server:

pico /etc/opendv/ambeserver-ttyUSB0.conf
Changed the UDP port to 18307

Did UDP port forwarding on the router for 18307.

Frank k6fed 

On Jan 29, 2019, at 8:53 PM, Dev Gosine <dgosine@...> wrote:

Good day,
                   The AMBEServer defaults to port 2460. I would like to run multiple servers simultaneously. Of course, they can't all use port 2460 concurrently.

So the question is how does one change the UDP port either in the initialisation process of the Raspberry Pi and/or in the AMBE Server??

I suspect a file of two needs to be edited..... any ideas or suggestions??

I thank you for your contributions...73 Dev, 9Y4DG



--


“Your chances of success in any undertaking can
always be measured by your belief in yourself"
       ~Robert Collier~.

The pessimist complains about the wind.
The optimist expects it to change.
The leader adjusts the sails.

                 ~John Maxwell~

Teamwork is the ability to work together toward a common vision.
The ability to direct individual accomplishment toward organizational objectives.
It is the fuel that allows common people to attain uncommon results.
      ~ Anonymous~

We believe that:

"We make a living by what we get,
We make a life by what we give!"
          ~Winston Churchill~


Re: How to Change AMBEServer UDP Port Number?? #udpport #ambe #port

Dev 9Y4DG
 

Thank you Frank for your very prompt response..

It seems as though you might be using Compass Linux. Unfortunately, I'm using Raspian Stretch., so there is no opendv folder and neither am I seeing any ambeserver-ttyUSB0.conf file to edit.

Thanks again buddy...73 Dev, 9Y4DG


On Wed, 30 Jan 2019 at 01:25, (null) (null) via Groups.Io <fdecuire=yahoo.com@groups.io> wrote:
Dev

I’m running multiple servers also and I did the following on the PI server:

pico /etc/opendv/ambeserver-ttyUSB0.conf
Changed the UDP port to 18307

Did UDP port forwarding on the router for 18307.

Frank k6fed 

On Jan 29, 2019, at 8:53 PM, Dev Gosine <dgosine@...> wrote:

Good day,
                   The AMBEServer defaults to port 2460. I would like to run multiple servers simultaneously. Of course, they can't all use port 2460 concurrently.

So the question is how does one change the UDP port either in the initialisation process of the Raspberry Pi and/or in the AMBE Server??

I suspect a file of two needs to be edited..... any ideas or suggestions??

I thank you for your contributions...73 Dev, 9Y4DG



--


“Your chances of success in any undertaking can
always be measured by your belief in yourself"
       ~Robert Collier~.

The pessimist complains about the wind.
The optimist expects it to change.
The leader adjusts the sails.

                 ~John Maxwell~

Teamwork is the ability to work together toward a common vision.
The ability to direct individual accomplishment toward organizational objectives.
It is the fuel that allows common people to attain uncommon results.
      ~ Anonymous~

We believe that:

"We make a living by what we get,
We make a life by what we give!"
          ~Winston Churchill~


Re: How to Change AMBEServer UDP Port Number?? #udpport #ambe #port

(null) (null)
 

Dev

I’m running multiple servers also and I did the following on the PI server:

pico /etc/opendv/ambeserver-ttyUSB0.conf
Changed the UDP port to 18307

Did UDP port forwarding on the router for 18307.

Frank k6fed 

On Jan 29, 2019, at 8:53 PM, Dev Gosine <dgosine@...> wrote:

Good day,
                   The AMBEServer defaults to port 2460. I would like to run multiple servers simultaneously. Of course, they can't all use port 2460 concurrently.

So the question is how does one change the UDP port either in the initialisation process of the Raspberry Pi and/or in the AMBE Server??

I suspect a file of two needs to be edited..... any ideas or suggestions??

I thank you for your contributions...73 Dev, 9Y4DG


How to Change AMBEServer UDP Port Number?? #udpport #ambe #port

Dev 9Y4DG
 

Good day,
                   The AMBEServer defaults to port 2460. I would like to run multiple servers simultaneously. Of course, they can't all use port 2460 concurrently.

So the question is how does one change the UDP port either in the initialisation process of the Raspberry Pi and/or in the AMBE Server??

I suspect a file of two needs to be edited..... any ideas or suggestions??

I thank you for your contributions...73 Dev, 9Y4DG


Re: How to link XLX 299 R to Peanut Using AMBEServer on Raspberry Pi #peanut. #ambe, #anbeserver

Dev 9Y4DG
 

Thanks Jorge...will certainly do...73 de Dev, 9Y4DG


On Tue, Jan 29, 2019, 8:24 AM Jorge <ct1jib@... wrote:
Hi Dev,

If you are admin of XLX299 contact David ( info@...) and ask him to routing your ambeserver to xlx299 R.



On Tue, 29 Jan 2019 at 11:51, Dev Gosine <dgosine@...> wrote:
Thank you for your suggestion, but I already use BlueDV.

I would like to link XLX 299 Module R to Peanut so that anyone using Peanut would have access to that reflector.

Thanks again...Dev, 9Y4DG

On Tue, Jan 29, 2019, 7:34 AM Gwen Patton <ardrhi@... wrote:
Well then, just pop over to the play store and get BlueDV AMBE. That's the correct client app, not Peanut.



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***********************************
CT1JIB / Jorge Santos
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Re: How to link XLX 299 R to Peanut Using AMBEServer on Raspberry Pi #peanut. #ambe, #anbeserver

Dev 9Y4DG
 

Thanks Gwen...73 Dev, 9Y4DG..


On Tue, Jan 29, 2019, 8:38 AM Gwen Patton <ardrhi@... wrote:
Sorry, Dev, we're singing the same song as before...you didn't say what you wanted clearly enough. I didn't know you even HAD BlueDV. You only mentioned Peanut.

Jorge is right -- you'll have to contact David PA7LIM to coordinate that with him. He'll have to add your server into his network.

Sorry again that we seem to be having some difficulties communicating. I hope David can help you get that set up.

73,
Gwendolyn Patton, NG3P


Re: How to link XLX 299 R to Peanut Using AMBEServer on Raspberry Pi #peanut. #ambe, #anbeserver

Gwen Patton
 

Sorry, Dev, we're singing the same song as before...you didn't say what you wanted clearly enough. I didn't know you even HAD BlueDV. You only mentioned Peanut.

Jorge is right -- you'll have to contact David PA7LIM to coordinate that with him. He'll have to add your server into his network.

Sorry again that we seem to be having some difficulties communicating. I hope David can help you get that set up.

73,
Gwendolyn Patton, NG3P


Re: How to link XLX 299 R to Peanut Using AMBEServer on Raspberry Pi #peanut. #ambe, #anbeserver

Jorge
 

Hi Dev,

If you are admin of XLX299 contact David ( info@...) and ask him to routing your ambeserver to xlx299 R.



On Tue, 29 Jan 2019 at 11:51, Dev Gosine <dgosine@...> wrote:
Thank you for your suggestion, but I already use BlueDV.

I would like to link XLX 299 Module R to Peanut so that anyone using Peanut would have access to that reflector.

Thanks again...Dev, 9Y4DG

On Tue, Jan 29, 2019, 7:34 AM Gwen Patton <ardrhi@... wrote:
Well then, just pop over to the play store and get BlueDV AMBE. That's the correct client app, not Peanut.



--

73's

***********************************
CT1JIB / Jorge Santos
***********************************


Re: How to link XLX 299 R to Peanut Using AMBEServer on Raspberry Pi #peanut. #ambe, #anbeserver

Dev 9Y4DG
 

Thank you for your suggestion, but I already use BlueDV.

I would like to link XLX 299 Module R to Peanut so that anyone using Peanut would have access to that reflector.

Thanks again...Dev, 9Y4DG

On Tue, Jan 29, 2019, 7:34 AM Gwen Patton <ardrhi@... wrote:
Well then, just pop over to the play store and get BlueDV AMBE. That's the correct client app, not Peanut.


Re: How to link XLX 299 R to Peanut Using AMBEServer on Raspberry Pi #peanut. #ambe, #anbeserver

Gwen Patton
 

Well then, just pop over to the play store and get BlueDV AMBE. That's the correct client app, not Peanut.


Re: How to link XLX 299 R to Peanut Using AMBEServer on Raspberry Pi #peanut. #ambe, #anbeserver

Dev 9Y4DG
 

Yes Sir...a ThumbDV is connected to the AMBE Server...

That's how I can work DMR and DSTAR from anywhere.

But I agree with you that I should have mentioned that in the original post.

Thank you for your response......73 de Dev, 9Y4DG.

On Mon, 28 Jan 2019 at 23:35, Gwen Patton <ardrhi@...> wrote:
Do you have an AMBE device connected to that Pi, like a ThumbDV? AMBEServer doesn't work by itself, I don't think. It needs an AMBE chip in a piece of hardware to do the coding and decoding. 

Peanut is a VERY limited app that runs on David PA7LIM's servers, on the reflectors he's configured. You can't change them, I don't think. You'd need your own AMBE device on that AMBEServer, and then BlueDV AMBE for Android to connect to it. You can use Peanut without a server of your own, you're just limited to the reflectors and rooms David set up. His servers have AMBE devices on them that handle the part you're missing.

I have a ThumbDV on a Pi running AMBEServer, and BlueDV AMBE on my phone and my Inrico T320, and it works just like you want. But unless you've got some hardware for AMBE you didn't include in that post, you're missing some pieces. Perhaps this? http://nwdigitalradio.com/product/thumbdv/

If I'm mistaken, anyone please chime in.

Gwen, NG3P



--


“Your chances of success in any undertaking can
always be measured by your belief in yourself"
       ~Robert Collier~.

The pessimist complains about the wind.
The optimist expects it to change.
The leader adjusts the sails.

                 ~John Maxwell~

Teamwork is the ability to work together toward a common vision.
The ability to direct individual accomplishment toward organizational objectives.
It is the fuel that allows common people to attain uncommon results.
      ~ Anonymous~

We believe that:

"We make a living by what we get,
We make a life by what we give!"
          ~Winston Churchill~


Re: How to link XLX 299 R to Peanut Using AMBEServer on Raspberry Pi #peanut. #ambe, #anbeserver

Gwen Patton
 

Do you have an AMBE device connected to that Pi, like a ThumbDV? AMBEServer doesn't work by itself, I don't think. It needs an AMBE chip in a piece of hardware to do the coding and decoding. 

Peanut is a VERY limited app that runs on David PA7LIM's servers, on the reflectors he's configured. You can't change them, I don't think. You'd need your own AMBE device on that AMBEServer, and then BlueDV AMBE for Android to connect to it. You can use Peanut without a server of your own, you're just limited to the reflectors and rooms David set up. His servers have AMBE devices on them that handle the part you're missing.

I have a ThumbDV on a Pi running AMBEServer, and BlueDV AMBE on my phone and my Inrico T320, and it works just like you want. But unless you've got some hardware for AMBE you didn't include in that post, you're missing some pieces. Perhaps this? http://nwdigitalradio.com/product/thumbdv/

If I'm mistaken, anyone please chime in.

Gwen, NG3P