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You didn't mention (or if you did I missed it) how you're connecting your IRLP node to your repeater.
If using a controller with linked ports to add the IRLP to your system program the IRLP Port to have zero Hang time.
If wired direct to your repeater take a look at this link <https://www.irlp.net/owners/reflectors.html
> It give pointers on how to wire logic to prevent tail and ID's from being sent out on IRLP.
Larry - N7FM
On 6/20/22 5:20 PM, David Bevington via groups.io wrote:
I appreciate the input thank you for taking the time to send me that info.
When I got the node I was able to get it working Wi-Fi. I have since hooked it up via cat six Cable and don’t remember how I got it on Wi-Fi.
The repeater and node are working great together, open for everyone in Lone Pine to use just trying to eliminate the squelch tail from being sent through IRLP node.
On Jun 20, 2022, at 1:51 PM, Richard Jamison via groups.io <jamisonrd@...> wrote:
PiRLP node from Dave Cameron comes with wifi turned off. You would have to turn it on to switch from ethenet to wifi.
As far as repeaters go, I have only indirect knowledge. Usually one programs the repeater so that DTMF code will allow the repeater to access the node and allow connections to reflector channels or other nodes.
On Sunday, June 19, 2022 at 03:57:03 PM EDT, David Bevington via groups.io <w6tnt@...> wrote:
Happy Fathers Day.
I am running PIRLP node # 7123 I have two questions,
1. I now have the node connected to the internet via cat 6 cable and would like to know the command to turn off the wireless and where to put the command?
2. I would also like to know if I can make it so my BridgeCom BC-50V can work with a squelch tail without sending it thru the node?
Thank you in advance.