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Re: Hello

Pablo
 

Armando, si solo escuchas el tono de error que no existe es porque no esta actualizada la lista de reflectores y hay que reiniciar tu nodo o correr  como repeater el script  /home/irlp/scripts/update files.
Pablo
XE2PMP
Armando, if you only hear the error tone that does not exist, it is because the list of reflectors is not updated and you have to restart your node or run as repeater /home/irlp/scripts/update files script.
Pablo
XE2PMP


Re: Adding IRLPvCon to a PiRLP Node

Dave Null - W5CSM
 

Greg,

      I was really hopeful that your suggestion was going to be the thing.  So, to provide more specificity, I've included a screen shot of the commands I ran below.  Additionally, thereafter, A screen shot of the installation success screen when complete.
     I am sad to report that the same issue remains.  I have also tried other web browsers and they all have the same result.  Again, I have no issues with Secure Shell using Power Shell or Standard Dos Command Line.

Thanks to all who have offered suggestions.





Re: Adding IRLPvCon to a PiRLP Node

Greg Gignac
 

I just saw this thread. I see you downloaded the script with wget, you made it executable with chmod, but you didn't show you actually ran the script.

   ./irlpvcon_debian_install

A  ps -ef  should show you the processes that are running, someone here should be able to tell you what processes should be running.

That's what it appears to me, the script was not run. Good luck.


On Sat., Oct. 16, 2021, 17:25 Dave Null - W5CSM, <txw5csm@...> wrote:
Thanks for the suggestion Larry,

     I received the same result.  Another small detail.  My access to the node using ssh (Secure Shell) is working just fine.  I 've also tried using root@....87 and the repeater account prefix as well, all with the same result. 
     I've also placed the entire ip address device into a DMZ just to see if it night be any port issue.  I appreciate any assistance, referrals, guesses or suggestions.

Thanks Again,
Dave - W5CSM


Re: Adding IRLPvCon to a PiRLP Node

Dave Null - W5CSM
 

Thanks for the suggestion Larry,

     I received the same result.  Another small detail.  My access to the node using ssh (Secure Shell) is working just fine.  I 've also tried using root@....87 and the repeater account prefix as well, all with the same result. 
     I've also placed the entire ip address device into a DMZ just to see if it night be any port issue.  I appreciate any assistance, referrals, guesses or suggestions.

Thanks Again,
Dave - W5CSM


Re: Adding IRLPvCon to a PiRLP Node

larry_n7fm
 

Dave,

Try adding the the port number to the IP address your web server is using.

Try 192.168.0.87:80 or 192.168.0.87:15426

Larry - N7FM

On 10/15/21 11:05 AM, txw5csm@gmail.com wrote:
Hey Folks,
      Please bear with the new guy as this fix may be somehting simple.  Sadly, I did not have IRLPvCON installed with my node software order.  I am running a fully updated Raspbian 11.1 Bullseye OS.  I've verified installation of perl, Apache2, and used the below linux command to install IRLPvCon
|wget ftp://ftp.irlp.net/pub/irlpvcon_debian/irlpvcon_debian_install <ftp://ftp.irlp.net/pub/irlpvcon_debian/irlpvcon_debian_install>|
|chmod +x ./irlpvcon_debian_install|
When I use my desktop computer web browser (Google Chrome) on the same network to connect to the http://your-ip-address/irlpvcon <http://your-ip-address/irlpvcon> (I did use the ip address of the node 192.168.0.87) i get a "192.168.0.87 refused to connect." error.
I've searched this and other help forums and have read all of the IRLP.net help information.  I could find and I still have not figured this out.  I've looked into port forwarding adjustments and have still found nothing fruitful.
I appreciate any assistance you can provide and thanks for taking the time to produce this tool for the community.
73!
--
Dave Null - W5CSM - Node 7494
#pirlp


Re: Hello

 

Thanks for the information, but I have already modified the environment file with the instruction to allow connection with experimental nodes.


El vie, 15 de oct. de 2021 a la(s) 16:19, James Hall (thecoldduck@...) escribió:
I just did this for my new Pi node. You need to make sure the script:

export ALLOW_EXPERIMENTAL_NODES=YES

is in /home/irlp/custom/environment

aloha
Jim
On Friday, October 15, 2021, 01:29:40 PM PDT, Jose Manuel Martinez Barbera <ea8ee1@...> wrote:


Try 0084

El vie, 15 oct 2021 a las 20:35, Armando Cruz (<xe3ayz@...>) escribió:
Who can instruct me on what to do with my node that no longer connects with experimental reflectors, before if it did, by modifying the script environment. few days ago when trying to connect to 0077 or 0081 the system replied that the experimental node does not exist and does not connect.
Thanks.


Re: Hello

James Hall
 

I just did this for my new Pi node. You need to make sure the script:

export ALLOW_EXPERIMENTAL_NODES=YES

is in /home/irlp/custom/environment

aloha
Jim

On Friday, October 15, 2021, 01:29:40 PM PDT, Jose Manuel Martinez Barbera <ea8ee1@...> wrote:


Try 0084

El vie, 15 oct 2021 a las 20:35, Armando Cruz (<xe3ayz@...>) escribió:
Who can instruct me on what to do with my node that no longer connects with experimental reflectors, before if it did, by modifying the script environment. few days ago when trying to connect to 0077 or 0081 the system replied that the experimental node does not exist and does not connect.
Thanks.


Re: Hello

Jose Manuel Martinez Barbera
 

Try 0084


El vie, 15 oct 2021 a las 20:35, Armando Cruz (<xe3ayz@...>) escribió:
Who can instruct me on what to do with my node that no longer connects with experimental reflectors, before if it did, by modifying the script environment. few days ago when trying to connect to 0077 or 0081 the system replied that the experimental node does not exist and does not connect.
Thanks.


Hello

 

Who can instruct me on what to do with my node that no longer connects with experimental reflectors, before if it did, by modifying the script environment. few days ago when trying to connect to 0077 or 0081 the system replied that the experimental node does not exist and does not connect.
Thanks.


Adding IRLPvCon to a PiRLP Node

Dave Null - W5CSM
 

Hey Folks,

      Please bear with the new guy as this fix may be somehting simple.  Sadly, I did not have IRLPvCON installed with my node software order.  I am running a fully updated Raspbian 11.1 Bullseye OS.  I've verified installation of perl, Apache2, and used the below linux command to install IRLPvCon
 

wget ftp://ftp.irlp.net/pub/irlpvcon_debian/irlpvcon_debian_install

chmod +x ./irlpvcon_debian_install

When I use my desktop computer web browser (Google Chrome) on the same network to connect to the http://your-ip-address/irlpvcon (I did use the ip address of the node 192.168.0.87) i get a "192.168.0.87 refused to connect." error.
 
I've searched this and other help forums and have read all of the IRLP.net help information.  I could find and I still have not figured this out.  I've looked into port forwarding adjustments and have still found nothing fruitful.
 
I appreciate any assistance you can provide and thanks for taking the time to produce this tool for the community.
 
73!
--
Dave Null - W5CSM - Node 7494

#pirlp


Re: PC Based IRLP node for sale

Doug
 

And to be clear, the node pc and version 3 board are not 20+ years old, I started the node as a 3 digit node 325 with a version1 board and an old pentium 3 motherboad and the original Redhat distro way back when.
Since then (of course) the node has gone through many pc's and has been upgraded to the version 3 board and is fully functional.

In answer to Steve's question, I've got another 'mobile' node that I use off and on and node 3250 just doesn't get much use as I'm on the road for work all the time, so I've been 'downsizing' and would like to let someone else take over the node if possible.
If it's local pickup, I've also got an MSF5000 repeater that it's interfaced to that I'd be willing to reprogram/tune to a new frequency but am not sure what I'd let that go for yet.


Doug
N7BFS


Re: PC Based IRLP node for sale

Doug
 

If it's local pickup/delivery it would be the whole box $225.
If just the version 3 IRLP board then it would be $75 plus actual shipping cost.

Doug
N7BFS


Re: PC Based IRLP node for sale

John Barrett
 

What price are you looking for?


On Sat, Oct 9, 2021 at 10:42 PM, w7ups
<w7ups@...> wrote:

Sorry to hear that Doug. Why do you want to take it down after all of these years ?

 

Until Next Time

Steve Johnson

W7ups@...

 

 

 

From: Doug via groups.io
Sent: Saturday, October 9, 2021 4:53 PM
To: IRLP@irlp.groups.io
Subject: [IRLP] PC Based IRLP node for sale

 

Node 3250 is going to be taken down after 20+ years of use.
I'd like to sell the node PC as is locally or I can deliver within 100 miles of Spokane, WA
The PC is setup with an i5 motherboard and SSD hard drive. A 13.8vdc input supply with battery backup, runs cool and quiet.

If I can't sell local, I can sell just the IRLP board (version 3)
Message me directly with any offers

Doug
N7BFS

 


Re: PC Based IRLP node for sale

w7ups
 

Sorry to hear that Doug. Why do you want to take it down after all of these years ?

 

Until Next Time

Steve Johnson

W7ups@...

 

 

 

From: Doug via groups.io
Sent: Saturday, October 9, 2021 4:53 PM
To: IRLP@irlp.groups.io
Subject: [IRLP] PC Based IRLP node for sale

 

Node 3250 is going to be taken down after 20+ years of use.
I'd like to sell the node PC as is locally or I can deliver within 100 miles of Spokane, WA
The PC is setup with an i5 motherboard and SSD hard drive. A 13.8vdc input supply with battery backup, runs cool and quiet.

If I can't sell local, I can sell just the IRLP board (version 3)
Message me directly with any offers

Doug
N7BFS

 


PC Based IRLP node for sale

Doug
 

Node 3250 is going to be taken down after 20+ years of use.
I'd like to sell the node PC as is locally or I can deliver within 100 miles of Spokane, WA
The PC is setup with an i5 motherboard and SSD hard drive. A 13.8vdc input supply with battery backup, runs cool and quiet.

If I can't sell local, I can sell just the IRLP board (version 3)
Message me directly with any offers

Doug
N7BFS


Re: Moving to StarLink ISP; questions

Dave K9DC
 

Butch,
Yes, IRLP VPN only runs on Debian based nodes. It has been tested all the way back to Debian 6 (which is years obsolete). However, it is significantly more reliable if you are running Debian 10 (Buster). It will not work at all on CentOS 4, or earlier Redhat releases.

-Dave k9dc

On Sep 29, 2021, at 18:01, Butch Bussen <butchb@shellworld.net> wrote:

Thanks much. My nodes are running older stuff, so I'd have to update software I'm sure. Problem here is I need sighted help to get new system on the lan. After that, I can manage, and you may recall you helped me 3 years ago for node 7076. I live by myself, so sighted help isn't often available. I'm on the list, but will have to decide. What I have now at its very best is around 4 meg down and .9 up, and that is when it is working. I'm on the list, so will have to decide. I got dmr working here just for something to do, but with my internet, it is totally useless. 90% of the fun for me is just making something work.
Thanks agian.
73
Butch
WA0VJR
Node 3148
Wallace, ks.


Re: PiIRLP node 1642 Yellowknife 73 not working

Ron VE8RT
 

Hi Benton,

I relocated the antenna for the link radio and that lowered the
noise level to an acceptable level. The Pi is powered by a good
quality power supply that is plugged into a UPS. I'd like to make some
changes to this arrangement as the link radio is powered by an Astron
power supply also plugged into the UPS. In the future I think it would
be better to do away with the UPS and have the Astron keep a back-up
battery charged that in turn powers the 12V for the link radio and the
5V for the Pi. So far hum hasn't a problem, but poorly made wall warts
can be serious RFI generators, and I've also found that failing MOV's
in a UPS (or elsewhere like a power bar) generate RFI in the VLF
through HF range, possibly higher.

Ron VE8RT

On Thu, 30 Sep 2021 16:19:03 -0700
"Benton Holzwarth" <benton@siletzbay.com> wrote:

On 9/30/21 9:59 AM, Ron VE8RT wrote:
I have the link radio for node 1642 on and a RPi 3B set up as the
node. It seems to be working although I have a noise issue on the
receiver, likely computers in the house.
My RPi node also had a pretty bad hum on the received audio.  I was told it was bad on the outbound audio as well.

On a hunch, I gathered up every spare USB wall-wart I could find and tried each for powering the RPi.  The best one I left in place.  It still has a hum but not nearly as bad as before.

Someday I'll make a linear PS for it...

Benton 30sep21
--
NX7O
Node 7665
benton@siletzbay.com


--
Ron VE8RT <ve8rt@yknwt.ca>


Re: PiIRLP node 1642 Yellowknife 73 not working

Benton Holzwarth
 

On 9/30/21 9:59 AM, Ron VE8RT wrote:
I have the link radio for node 1642 on and a RPi 3B set up as the
node.  It seems to be working although I have a noise issue on the
receiver, likely computers in the house.

My RPi node also had a pretty bad hum on the received audio.  I was told it was bad on the outbound audio as well.

On a hunch, I gathered up every spare USB wall-wart I could find and tried each for powering the RPi.  The best one I left in place.  It still has a hum but not nearly as bad as before.

Someday I'll make a linear PS for it...

Benton 30sep21
--
NX7O
Node 7665
benton@...


Re: node 1642 back on

Dave Schultheis
 

Ron VE8RT posted:


There are a few issues still, including strong noise on the link radio
receive channel, otherwise node 1642 in Yellowknife is back on.
Thanks Dave VE7LTD !

Thank YOU for posting the solution; that may help others along the way.

--

Dave Schultheis
WB6KHP San Jose
IRLP 3246


node 1642 back on

Ron VE8RT
 

There are a few issues still, including strong noise on the link radio
receive channel, otherwise node 1642 in Yellowknife is back on.

Thanks Dave VE7LTD !

Ron VE8RT

--
Ron VE8RT <ve8rt@yknwt.ca>

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