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Greg
Is it possible to use remotetrx standalone to link 2 simplex radios so
audio is routed both directions linking the two sites? I have tried much
but I don't see any output in the terminal while running the remotetrx
program for remote audio being received, only output for local audio is
being acknowledged. Both are set up with interfaces capable of running
svxlink independently. I did see a new protocal to link svxlink servers
on the webpage if that is a better solution but found little on how to
configure that. The simplest the better for me.
Thank you for any help!
73
Greg

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Re: remotetrx

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Hi Greg,

RemoteTrx is OK for a remote receiver to a repeater for example, where the Repeater receiver and the remote receiver vote in the SvxLink logic to be the best path for incoming audio.

Adi DL1HRC made svxserver which linked two installations via a server (a third intermediate computer)

This in fact does use a form of RemoteTrx, But the latest SvxReflector would perhaps be worth investigating in your case, but it again uses an intermediate server. I have described such an installation  of this package with the all of the instructions from svxlink.org on my blog pages f5vmr.wordpress.org. When I first encountered this software I was a complete Linux novice, as are most people. You could you any computer as the intermediary including another Raspberry on the network. Take a look at SVXLINK.org in particularly #254 that goes into detail of this modification to SVXLINK. Tobias is still working on tweaks as it is not long out of the box.

Adi DL1HRC is perhaps the most experienced with linking, so he can give you definitive help.

 

Regards

Chris F5VMR G4NAB

 

 

 

 

 

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> Is it possible to use remotetrx standalone to link 2 simplex radios so dio
> audio is routed both directions linking the two sites? I have tried much
> but I don't see any output in the terminal while running the remotetrx
> program for remote audio being received, only output for local audio is
> being acknowledged. Both are set up with interfaces capable of running
> svxlink independently. I did see a new protocal to link svxlink servers
> on the webpage if that is a better solution but found little on how to
> configure that. The simplest the better for me.
> Thank you for any help!
> 73
> Greg
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Re: remotetrx

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Hi all,

I recommend to use the new SvxReflector (branch) from Tobias. My SvxServer was an intermediate development. The SvxReflector is working very well, we have connected up to 15 nodes here.

I hope that this option will be available soon in the official trunk.

vy 73s de Adi / DL1HRC

Am 23.03.2017 um 20:26 schrieb f5vmr:

Hi Greg,

RemoteTrx is OK for a remote receiver to a repeater for example, where the Repeater receiver and the remote receiver vote in the SvxLink logic to be the best path for incoming audio.

Adi DL1HRC made svxserver which linked two installations via a server (a third intermediate computer)

This in fact does use a form of RemoteTrx, But the latest SvxReflector would perhaps be worth investigating in your case, but it again uses an intermediate server. I have described such an installation  of this package with the all of the instructions from svxlink.org on my blog pages f5vmr.wordpress.org. When I first encountered this software I was a complete Linux novice, as are most people. You could you any computer as the intermediary including another Raspberry on the network. Take a look at SVXLINK.org in particularly #254 that goes into detail of this modification to SVXLINK. Tobias is still working on tweaks as it is not long out of the box.

Adi DL1HRC is perhaps the most experienced with linking, so he can give you definitive help.

 

Regards

Chris F5VMR G4NAB

 

 

 

 

 

> Message du 23/03/17 19:20
> De : "Greg" [hidden email]
> A : [hidden email]
> Copie à :
> Objet : [Svxlink-devel] remotetrx
>
> Is it possible to use remotetrx standalone to link 2 simplex radios so dio
> audio is routed both directions linking the two sites? I have tried much
> but I don't see any output in the terminal while running the remotetrx
> program for remote audio being received, only output for local audio is
> being acknowledged. Both are set up with interfaces capable of running
> svxlink independently. I did see a new protocal to link svxlink servers
> on the webpage if that is a better solution but found little on how to
> configure that. The simplest the better for me.
> Thank you for any help!
> 73
> Greg
>
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Thank you for the replies. I actually did manage to get my setup working by running one side svxlink and the other just remotetrx but with a few bugs but seemed to solve a tx during rx on the svxlink side by selecting 'no tx on rx' . I can't remember exactly where right now but I think it was in remotetrx.conf. I come from Allstarlink so familiar with Linux some. I am opting for svxlink due to the fact I have so many "echolink interfaces" lying around and that Allstar is mainly supporting COS type interfaces. I will give the svxlinkserver a good look over since a multisite link will be something I would like to do at some point. The things I've read about interconnecting with asterisk sounds very good as well.
Thanks and 73
Greg
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>I am monitoring my Svxlink/Echolink Raspberry Pi set up with PTTY.  There is
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>Is it possible to use remotetrx standalone to link 2 simplex radios so
>audio is routed both directions linking the two sites? I have tried much
>but I don't see any output in the terminal while running the remotetrx
>program for remote audio being received, only output for local audio is
>being acknowledged. Both are set up with interfaces capable of running
>svxlink independently. I did see a new protocal to link svxlink servers
>on the webpage if that is a better solution but found little on how to
>configure that. The simplest the better for me.
>Thank you for any help!
>73
>Greg
>
>
>
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>Date: Thu, 23 Mar 2017 20:26:27 +0100 (CET)
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>Subject: Re: [Svxlink-devel] remotetrx
>To: Discussions about development issues
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>Hi Greg,
>RemoteTrx is OK for a remote receiver to a repeater for example, where the Repeater receiver and the remote receiver vote in the SvxLink logic to be the best path for incoming audio.
>Adi DL1HRC made svxserver which linked two installations via a server (a third intermediate computer)
>This in fact does use a form of RemoteTrx, But the latest SvxReflector would perhaps be worth investigating in your case, but it again uses an intermediate server. I have described such an installation ?of this package with the all of the instructions from svxlink.org on my blog pages f5vmr.wordpress.org. When I first encountered this software I was a complete Linux novice, as are most people. You could you any computer as the intermediary including another Raspberry on the network. Take a look at SVXLINK.org in particularly #254 that goes into detail of this modification to SVXLINK. Tobias is still working on tweaks as it is not long out of the box.
>Adi DL1HRC is perhaps the most experienced with linking, so he can give you definitive help.
>?
>Regards
>Chris F5VMR G4NAB
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>?
>?
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>> Message du 23/03/17 19:20
>> De : "Greg"
>> A : [hidden email]
>> Copie ? :
>> Objet : [Svxlink-devel] remotetrx
>>
>> Is it possible to use remotetrx standalone to link 2 simplex radios so dio
>> audio is routed both directions linking the two sites? I have tried much
>> but I don't see any output in the terminal while running the remotetrx
>> program for remote audio being received, only output for local audio is
>> being acknowledged. Both are set up with interfaces capable of running
>> svxlink independently. I did see a new protocal to link svxlink servers
>> on the webpage if that is a better solution but found little on how to
>> configure that. The simplest the better for me.
>> Thank you for any help!
>> 73
>> Greg
>>
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>Hi all,
>
>I recommend to use the new SvxReflector (branch) from Tobias. My
>SvxServer was an intermediate development. The SvxReflector is working
>very well, we have connected up to 15 nodes here.
>
>I hope that this option will be available soon in the official trunk.
>
>vy 73s de Adi / DL1HRC
>
>Am 23.03.2017 um 20:26 schrieb f5vmr:
>>
>> Hi Greg,
>>
>> RemoteTrx is OK for a remote receiver to a repeater for example, where
>> the Repeater receiver and the remote receiver vote in the SvxLink
>> logic to be the best path for incoming audio.
>>
>> Adi DL1HRC made svxserver which linked two installations via a server
>> (a third intermediate computer)
>>
>> This in fact does use a form of RemoteTrx, But the latest SvxReflector
>> would perhaps be worth investigating in your case, but it again uses
>> an intermediate server. I have described such an installation  of this
>> package with the all of the instructions from svxlink.org on my blog
>> pages f5vmr.wordpress.org. When I first encountered this software I
>> was a complete Linux novice, as are most people. You could you any
>> computer as the intermediary including another Raspberry on the
>> network. Take a look at SVXLINK.org in particularly #254 that goes
>> into detail of this modification to SVXLINK. Tobias is still working
>> on tweaks as it is not long out of the box.
>>
>> Adi DL1HRC is perhaps the most experienced with linking, so he can
>> give you definitive help.
>>
>> Regards
>>
>> Chris F5VMR G4NAB
>>
>>     > Message du 23/03/17 19:20
>>     > De : "Greg" <[hidden email]>
>>     > A : [hidden email]
>>     > Copie ? :
>>     > Objet : [Svxlink-devel] remotetrx
>>     >
>>     > Is it possible to use remotetrx standalone to link 2 simplex
>>     radios so dio
>>     > audio is routed both directions linking the two sites? I have
>>     tried much
>>     > but I don't see any output in the terminal while running the
>>     remotetrx
>>     > program for remote audio being received, only output for local
>>     audio is
>>     > being acknowledged. Both are set up with interfaces capable of
>>     running
>>     > svxlink independently. I did see a new protocal to link svxlink
>>     servers
>>     > on the webpage if that is a better solution but found little on
>>     how to
>>     > configure that. The simplest the better for me.
>>     > Thank you for any help!
>>     > 73
>>     > Greg
>>     >
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>Subject: [Svxlink-devel] Svxlink audio problems
>To: [hidden email]
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>I am using svxlink (1.5.99.5) on a Pi3 and having some very strange
>behavior that I cannot at this time explain.
>
>The system runs and connects to the remote EchoLink server without any
>problem.
>
>If I set the system for SQL_DET=VOX under [RX1] when I connect in from a
>user device (tablet) the link connects and the audio announcements come
>through on both the radio and the tablet. Selecting TX on the tablet and
>talking I get audio transmitted out the radio. When the radio is keyed
>via a remote radio no received audio from the radio passes to the
>Internet and the tablet (only unidirectional communication).
>
>Setting SQL_DET=GPIO (only change from above) under [RX1] I connect
>using the tablet and squelch and PTT open and close properly with either
>RF into the radio or control from the tablet. No audio at all passes in
>either direction - including the audio announcements.
>
>This same behavior is replicated when using an IP connection from the
>local network using qtel, however, in this case I do not seem to get any
>audio to/from the Network in either case. The computer running qtel and
>the svxlink system are both connected on the same network switch.
>
>I have tried this with two different radios (Kenwood TM-V71 and ICOM
>208H) with the same results.
>
>Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
>
>Thanks,
>-CAS
>
>
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On 2017-03-24 18:46, Adi Bier wrote:

Hi all,

I recommend to use the new SvxReflector (branch) from Tobias. My SvxServer was an intermediate development. The SvxReflector is working very well, we have connected up to 15 nodes here.

I hope that this option will be available soon in the official trunk.

I plan to make it available in the master branch soon but I need to make a drastic change in the protocol before too many people start using it so I'll wait just a bit longer to merge it. Other than that it seem to be running fine with no obvious problems as far as I can see.

73's de SM0SVX / Tobias

vy 73s de Adi / DL1HRC

Am 23.03.2017 um 20:26 schrieb f5vmr:

Hi Greg,

RemoteTrx is OK for a remote receiver to a repeater for example, where the Repeater receiver and the remote receiver vote in the SvxLink logic to be the best path for incoming audio.

Adi DL1HRC made svxserver which linked two installations via a server (a third intermediate computer)

This in fact does use a form of RemoteTrx, But the latest SvxReflector would perhaps be worth investigating in your case, but it again uses an intermediate server. I have described such an installation  of this package with the all of the instructions from svxlink.org on my blog pages f5vmr.wordpress.org. When I first encountered this software I was a complete Linux novice, as are most people. You could you any computer as the intermediary including another Raspberry on the network. Take a look at SVXLINK.org in particularly #254 that goes into detail of this modification to SVXLINK. Tobias is still working on tweaks as it is not long out of the box.

Adi DL1HRC is perhaps the most experienced with linking, so he can give you definitive help.

 

Regards

Chris F5VMR G4NAB

 

 

 

 

 

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> Is it possible to use remotetrx standalone to link 2 simplex radios so dio
> audio is routed both directions linking the two sites? I have tried much
> but I don't see any output in the terminal while running the remotetrx
> program for remote audio being received, only output for local audio is
> being acknowledged. Both are set up with interfaces capable of running
> svxlink independently. I did see a new protocal to link svxlink servers
> on the webpage if that is a better solution but found little on how to
> configure that. The simplest the better for me.
> Thank you for any help!
> 73
> Greg
>
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