VE4WRS IRLP

Well, a week or so ago, we rounded up a couple of network gurus and headed back up to the site to ensure we get the networking setup properly.

Accompanying myself, was our host Ed VE4EAR, William VE4VR and my son Robert VE4RLK.

Sure enough – as soon as they were in and we pointed out where things were, it was evident what the issue was … so the box that I thought was just in dumb adsl model mode was actually in router mode and we were running PPPoE over PPPoE or some such .. so, fun .. was fairly easy to get things back setup properly and it’s been working just fine since.

The repeater is getting a good workout with all the IRLP connections and we’re able to monitor the system better now as well.

Robert and William figuring it out
Robert and William figuring it out

Our receiving antenna is at the very tip top of this tower – barely visible !

Great antenna
Great antenna

Thanks for all your help and time guys — and so it goes …

73, Dan ve4drk

Sierra Radio Systems controller

You may recall a previous posting http://ve4drk.keizer.ca/?p=145 where I discussed the local repeater group getting a funky new repeater controller.  Well, it is finally hooked up to a repeater and is on-line on our local 44/net.

It has some nice interface options to the repeater controllers which will be fun to experiment with and see what is possible.

I’ve worked with administering an IRLP system and setting them up -so some of the concepts are there, but in a much grander scale — this unit is rather nice.

Looking forward to implementing new VoIP/RoIP connectivities

73, Dan ve4drk