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Re: IRLP "Update Script" and ISP problems

w7boz
 

My ISP is Digis. Uses a dish on the roof to connect to their tower. Their system fails all the time, connections hang up (lag), and the IP Addresses changes when the connection fails and reconnects. Or when I have to manually reboot their (modem), and my Router. Their system is always intermittent, hangs, and goes down all the time.

Then I have to run the update script, or I get no IRLP connections in or out. Hope this is more clear for you.

Thanks, Kevin
W7BOZ

--- In irlp@yahoogroups.com, Dave Gingrich <Dave@...> wrote:

A problem with lag?... Exactly what do they mean? Also what type of connection (technology) are you using?

-k9dc

On Jan 5, 2012, at 5:52 AM, w7boz wrote:

Hello Group,

My ISP keeps having problems with lag and having to reset their "Modem". I have to manually run the "Update' script to get my IRLP connection to work again. Sometimes my ISP IP address changes, and I am unaware of it. Untill I run the "update" script my IRLP node will not work. I would like to know more about my problem, and what I can do to fix it.


Scandinavien Net

Thomas B
 

Hello all IRLP users,

I wonder if we have any interesting IRLP users who like to join us if we start up

a Scandinavien net and spoke Sweden and Norway language.

I suppose we have a lot of Hamradio operators around the globe who should like to

visit and spoke with us.
So if you are interesting you can,send me some info and after that me and my friend
should ask our friends up in Northern Norway if we can use one channel at Norway Reflector
one time a week.

My node is 5233 and you are welcome to try it and if i hear you i answer no problem.

Best 73de SM6KUT owner at IRLP 5233.


Re: node locking up

David Cameron - IRLP
 

Also, if the old machine was an Athlon and the new one is an Intel, you could have problems like this. But usually it would not even boot at all if that was the case.

Dave

--- In irlp@yahoogroups.com, John <gielisj@...> wrote:


Thinking outside the square here Butch,
as I often do when wanting a simple answer..:)

1. Wondering if the Dell has "hibernate" active.
2. I once had a sick HD on my IRLP node and found it
by running 'shutdown -F -r now' (-F = scandisk on reboot -case sensitive)
3. It may also pay to scan the RAM, but I can't locate the command right now.

Goodluck

73 John
6163


On 05-Jan-12 9:25:22 PM, Butch Bussen (butchb@ wrote:
I moved my node to another computer as the old one
wouldn't boot most of
the time. I moved the hard drive, irlp board and sound card. The new
computer is a Del desktop, I forget the model. Everything seems to work
find except every night my node stops responding. I get no response from
touch tone commands, and although I can connect via my terminal program, I
don't
get a login prompt.
I'm thinking this has something to do with the
update that is sent out each night, as the node quits about the same time
in the early morning.As I recall an update is sent out around four
mountain time. This morning at ten til 4 mountain time, node was fine. I
checked again at ten after four and it is locked up again. If I reboot,
it comes back fine. Am I on the right track? What do I look for? I'm
running fc3 and until my computer switch, have had no problems for many
years.


Re: node locking up

John
 

PS

that command must be run as ROOT

John

-------- Original Message --------
Subject: Re: [irlp] node locking up
Date: Fri, 06 Jan 2012 09:09:12 +1000
From: John <gielisj@westnet.com.au>
To: irlp@yahoogroups.com


Thinking outside the square here Butch,
as I often do when wanting a simple answer..:)

SNIP


Re: node locking up

John
 

Thinking outside the square here Butch,
as I often do when wanting a simple answer..:)

1. Wondering if the Dell has "hibernate" active.
2. I once had a sick HD on my IRLP node and found it
by running 'shutdown -F -r now' (-F = scandisk on reboot -case sensitive)
3. It may also pay to scan the RAM, but I can't locate the command right now.

Goodluck

73 John
6163


On 05-Jan-12 9:25:22 PM, Butch Bussen (butchb@ wrote:
I moved my node to another computer as the old one
wouldn't boot most of
the time. I moved the hard drive, irlp board and sound card. The new
computer is a Del desktop, I forget the model. Everything seems to work
find except every night my node stops responding. I get no response from
touch tone commands, and although I can connect via my terminal program, I
don't
get a login prompt.
I'm thinking this has something to do with the
update that is sent out each night, as the node quits about the same time
in the early morning.As I recall an update is sent out around four
mountain time. This morning at ten til 4 mountain time, node was fine. I
checked again at ten after four and it is locked up again. If I reboot,
it comes back fine. Am I on the right track? What do I look for? I'm
running fc3 and until my computer switch, have had no problems for many
years.


High Resolution IRLP Logo Needed for QST Article

mbloom0947
 

QST has agreed to publish an article on the New IRLP Topic Channels in the April issue. Topic channels allow nodes to connect to reflector channels that are devoted to particlar topics like DX, Media, History and Current Events, etc. I'm looking for a high resolution copy of the IRLP Logo image. The best I've found so far is only 24KB. I asked Dave Cameron, VE7LTD, and he doesn't have one. If you have a better one than I do please email to mbloom@sinotech.com.


Re: port forward

Keehan Dowd
 

On Thu, Jan 5, 2012 at 7:51 AM, Richard s <va3rzs2@gmail.com> wrote:

ok I will try and put each port into the router ( running DDWRT) and try that .. I need the DMZ for some other projects

I guess I cant group the UDP ports ..

Thanks !


--- In irlp@yahoogroups.com, Dave Gingrich <Dave@...> wrote:

Some firewalls do not completely understand NAT with UDP.  If the DMZ works, just use that.  The recommended way is to not use a router or firewall at all, if possible. Unfortunately some folks are forced to share an IP with other users, and have to use a router. But there is nothing wrong with running the node as a DMZ host.

-k9dc

On Jan 4, 2012, at 11:23, Richard s wrote:

I have a router crash

rebuilt one via a PC

Thought I would save some space in my port forward table
forwarded 2074 through 2093 (UDP) to the IRLP node
and 15425 to 15427 (TCP) to the IRLP node

I dont get any in-bound audio and I have had a friend fail to connect to my node (2120)

if I DMZ the done in-bound audio works ( via echo ref)

I guess I need to put the UDP ports 'one per line' ?

Thanks

Rick
node 2120
Hi Rick,

With DD-WRT, having SPI turned on will cause issues with inbound UDP
packets even though you have a forward rule. I think your original
port forwarding rules with the port ranges specified ( "NAT/QoS" ->
"Port Range Forwarding" ) will work once you disable SPI on the
firewall ( "Security" -> "Firewall" ). Make sure though, that you
have UDP selected for the protocol type for the UDP port range of 2074
to 2093 and TCP selected for 15425

Note: This is not disabling your firewall, it's disabling SPI on the
firewall. All your other firewall rules will still be in place.

Regards,
Keehan - VE6XVK
Node 1068


Re: port forward

Rick Szajkowski
 

ok I will try and put each port into the router ( running DDWRT) and try that .. I need the DMZ for some other projects

I guess I cant group the UDP ports ..

Thanks !

--- In irlp@yahoogroups.com, Dave Gingrich <Dave@...> wrote:

Some firewalls do not completely understand NAT with UDP. If the DMZ works, just use that. The recommended way is to not use a router or firewall at all, if possible. Unfortunately some folks are forced to share an IP with other users, and have to use a router. But there is nothing wrong with running the node as a DMZ host.

-k9dc

On Jan 4, 2012, at 11:23, Richard s wrote:

I have a router crash

rebuilt one via a PC

Thought I would save some space in my port forward table
forwarded 2074 through 2093 (UDP) to the IRLP node
and 15425 to 15427 (TCP) to the IRLP node

I dont get any in-bound audio and I have had a friend fail to connect to my node (2120)

if I DMZ the done in-bound audio works ( via echo ref)

I guess I need to put the UDP ports 'one per line' ?

Thanks

Rick
node 2120


node locking up

Butch Bussen
 

I moved my node to another computer as the old one wouldn't boot most of the time. I moved the hard drive, irlp board and sound card. The new computer is a Del desktop, I forget the model. Everything seems to work find except every night my node stops responding. I get no response from touch tone commands, and although I can connect via my terminal program, I don't get a login prompt. I'm thinking this has something to do with the update that is sent out each night, as the node quits about the same time in the early morning. As I recall an update is sent out around four mountain time. This morning at ten til 4 mountain time, node was fine. I checked again at ten after four and it is locked up again. If I reboot, it comes back fine. Am I on the right track? What do I look for? I'm running fc3 and until my computer switch, have had no problems for many years.

Thanks.



73
Butch
WA0VJR
Node 3148
Wallace, ks.


Re: IRLP "Update Script" and ISP problems

Dave K9DC
 

A problem with lag?... Exactly what do they mean? Also what type of connection (technology) are you using?

-k9dc

On Jan 5, 2012, at 5:52 AM, w7boz wrote:

Hello Group,

My ISP keeps having problems with lag and having to reset their "Modem". I have to manually run the "Update' script to get my IRLP connection to work again. Sometimes my ISP IP address changes, and I am unaware of it. Untill I run the "update" script my IRLP node will not work. I would like to know more about my problem, and what I can do to fix it.


IRLP "Update Script" and ISP problems

w7boz
 

Hello Group,

My ISP keeps having problems with lag and having to reset their "Modem". I have to manually run the "Update' script to get my IRLP connection to work again. Sometimes my ISP IP address changes, and I am unaware of it. Untill I run the "update" script my IRLP node will not work. I would like to know more about my problem, and what I can do to fix it.

Thanks, Kevin
W7BOZ


Re: port forward

Dave K9DC
 

Some firewalls do not completely understand NAT with UDP. If the DMZ works, just use that. The recommended way is to not use a router or firewall at all, if possible. Unfortunately some folks are forced to share an IP with other users, and have to use a router. But there is nothing wrong with running the node as a DMZ host.

-k9dc

On Jan 4, 2012, at 11:23, Richard s wrote:

I have a router crash

rebuilt one via a PC

Thought I would save some space in my port forward table
forwarded 2074 through 2093 (UDP) to the IRLP node
and 15425 to 15427 (TCP) to the IRLP node

I dont get any in-bound audio and I have had a friend fail to connect to my node (2120)

if I DMZ the done in-bound audio works ( via echo ref)

I guess I need to put the UDP ports 'one per line' ?

Thanks

Rick
node 2120


New Years Eve QSO Party results 2011/12

Dave K9DC
 

Happy new year...

Here are the stats from the New Years Eve QSO party.
During the 24 hour period there were...

4,405 individual transmissions
150 nodes participated
65 Maximum simultaneous connections (approx)

This was all using the uncompressed (80 kbps) codec, for HD audio.

I have to say, this was one of the "cleanest" parties so far. There were only three instances of nodes being blocked. One was due to intentional QRM from someone on a repeater (no fault of the node or repeater owner. We all have LIDs sometimes). The others were from noise and interference coming in on the connection, and one node was pulsing a bit, which I think the owner fixed.

No one needs to apologize for enforcing the link quality rules imposed by IRLP. Pretty amazing when you bring together 150 repeaters from all over the world, mostly at random, and have it just work.

Thanks to everyone for making IRLP work so well!

-Dave K9DC


port forward

Rick Szajkowski
 

I have a router crash

rebuilt one via a PC

Thought I would save some space in my port forward table
forwarded 2074 through 2093 (UDP) to the IRLP node
and 15425 to 15427 (TCP) to the IRLP node

I dont get any in-bound audio and I have had a friend fail to connect to my node (2120)

if I DMZ the done in-bound audio works ( via echo ref)

I guess I need to put the UDP ports 'one per line' ?

Thanks

Rick
node 2120


Re: [MOTOTRBO] Question

Mike Morris <wa6ilq1@...>
 

I don't believe that this yahoogroup is configured
to pass along attachments.
I suggest you just include the URL inside a message.


At 06:38 PM 01/02/12, you wrote:

Michael,

Not sure why the PDF did not show up on the list
server, but here is a copy and one additional one as well.

Dave,

More reading material.b Pardon the re-send of the first PDF.

For any one else who did not receive the PDF from the list server.

Â
Clint

<mailto:WB3EHB%40yahoo.com>WB3EHB@yahoo.com

________________________________
From: Dave Marthouse <<mailto:dmarthouse%40gmail.com>dmarthouse@gmail.com>
To: <mailto:MOTOTRBO%40yahoogroups.com>MOTOTRBO@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Monday, January 2, 2012 8:59 PM
Subject: Re: [MOTOTRBO] Question


Â

Clint,
Â
Thanks for the pdf. I'm sure it will shed
light on my questions. Have a great New Year. and thanks
again.
Â
Dave Marthouse N2AAM
<mailto:dmarthouse%40gmail.com>dmarthouse@gmail.com
Â


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Re: Installtion: builtin network card not recognised

Mike Morris <wa6ilq1@...>
 

At 03:04 PM 01/02/12, you wrote:
Hi, everybody,

new node is beein is to be set up at Wuppertal.

We received a computer made by Lenovo, type H330 (intel series 200 chips).
Unfortunately the builtin network card is not beeing recognised by the
cd installation.

Any idea how to handle (Linux i believe)?

Thanks in advance.

--
vy '73 de DC5MN
Norbert

EchoIRLP Node
EL 393712
IRL 5155/5299
Yes, it is Linux.

If the vendor can't provide the proper driver, I suggest
you check the Lenovo Linux forums, yahoogroups, and
newsgroups.
If that does not work then I suggest you use the BIOS
setup to disable the onboard ethernet port and install
a supported network card.


WTB: IRLP Board

Robert Garcia <me@...>
 

All,

I am in need of an IRLP board to setup a second node. I figured I would
see if one is available second hand before I purchase one directly. Let me
know what you have an how much you would like for it shipped to 72211.

Thanks!

Robert
K5DTE


Re: [MOTOTRBO] Question

Clint (WB3EHB)
 

Michael,

Not sure why the PDF did not show up on the list server, but here is a copy and one additional one as well.

Dave,

More reading material.b Pardon the re-send of the first PDF.

For any one else who did not receive the PDF from the list server.

 
Clint

WB3EHB@yahoo.com


________________________________
From: Dave Marthouse <dmarthouse@gmail.com>
To: MOTOTRBO@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Monday, January 2, 2012 8:59 PM
Subject: Re: [MOTOTRBO] Question


 

Clint,
 
Thanks for the pdf.  I'm sure it will shed
light on my questions.  Have a great New Year. and thanks
again.
 
Dave Marthouse N2AAM
dmarthouse@gmail.com
 


[Non-text portions of this message have been removed]


Re: [MOTOTRBO] Question

Clint (WB3EHB)
 

DAve,

A PDF is attached that may help answer your questions.

 
Clint

WB3EHB@yahoo.com


________________________________
From: Dave Marthouse <dmarthouse@gmail.com>
To: MOTOTRBO@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Monday, January 2, 2012 7:45 PM
Subject: [MOTOTRBO] Question


 
I'm one of those people who likes to delve into the
how's and why's of technology and I have a few theoretical questions.  What
type of modulation is used in two slot Mototrbo?  What is the bit
rate?  What about simplex?  I know that two stations talking to one
another simplex don't have the time synchronization issues that you would have
using a repeater.  How is that handled?  What is the bandwidth of a
repeater qso verses two stations talking on simplex.  Thanks in
advance.
 
 
 
 
Dave Marthouse N2AAM
dmarthouse@gmail.com




Re: Installtion: builtin network card not recognised

John Lorenc
 

Hi

I suggest disabling the onboard network card in BIOS and buying one that is
supported.

John/VA3XJL

-----Original Message-----
From: irlp@yahoogroups.com [mailto:irlp@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of
Norbert P. Moritz
Sent: January 2, 2012 18:05
To: irlp@yahoogroups.com
Subject: [irlp] Installtion: builtin network card not recognised

Hi, everybody,

new node is beein is to be set up at Wuppertal.

We received a computer made by Lenovo, type H330 (intel series 200 chips).
Unfortunately the builtin network card is not beeing recognised by the cd
installation.

Any idea how to handle (Linux i believe)?

Thanks in advance.

--
vy '73 de DC5MN
Norbert

EchoIRLP Node
EL 393712
IRL 5155/5299



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