This page discusses some of the terminology used when configuring your AllStar Link node
Based on prior experience with this feature, I wanted to try it on one of my other nodes. Not working out for me so want to revert back to node number announcements. Any advice on how to back this feature out of the system?
Linking Allstar to a MMDVM hotspot - DMR to Allstar Node Bridge
Linking Allstar to a MMDVM
I am trying to find information how to link the AllstarNode to a mmdvm.
This way I can use a mmdvm device as the RF and using a DMR, P25 to transmit.
UPDATE : Day long research - “DVswitch” I found the following on Youtube ::Video : DMR to Allstar Node Bridge
Allstar functions are defined in the [functions] stanza in
/etc/asterisk/rpt.conf. The function definitions map DTMF key
sequences to an action. In all BBB and RPi2 images a core set of
definitions are configured.
DTMF sequences are often mapped to the internal Allstar COP, STATUS,
or ILINK commands but they can also directly execute a script. Below
is a list of the basic commands in every BBB and RPi2 image. The
number following functions is the node it is associated with. This is
mapped by the functions statement within the node definition stanza.
If your node was 1998 it would be:
Meaning the functions for this node are controlled by the
[functions1998] stanza. Each node can have its own [functions] stanza
defined by the above statement but often one stanza serves all nodes
on one server in which case they would all be mapped to that one
1 - Recall Memory MM (*000-*099) (Gets memory from rpt.conf)
2 - Set VFO MMMMM*KKK*O (Mhz digits, Khz digits, Offset)
3 - Set Rx PL Tone HHH*D*
4 - Set Tx PL Tone HHH*D* (Not currently implemented with DHE
5 - Link Status (long)
6 - Set operating mode M (FM, USB, LSB, AM, etc)
100 - RX PL off (Default)
101 - RX PL On
102 - TX PL Off (Default)
103 - TX PL On
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