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WiresX Nodes/Radios Information / Anchorage Node
« Last post by KL4AN on August 08, 2016, 08:24:18 pm »
We have a WiresX node stood up in Anchorage.  It is in digital mode only, so a digital WiresX radio will be needed.
You can find active nodes and their room info by visiting   https://www.yaesu.com/jp/en/wires-x/id/active_node.php
Sort at top by "state".  Find a node in your area.

You will find my node under Anchorage, Alaska.  My node ID is KL4AN-AK, room number is 18462.

I tend to hang out in the more popular rooms, MNWIS-Fusion and or ---America-Link.  Alabama-Link, I know is available via DMR, and I think MNWIS-Fusion room just added it also.   
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Things you just have to question. / LED's and Lightning
« Last post by admin on January 12, 2016, 10:34:51 pm »
From: chris
Sent: Thursday, January 22, 2015 4:26 PM
To: questions@irlp.net
Subject: Question from the web site

Good afternoon .   

Hey guys A couple of LEDís have stopped working on my irlp card. Need information on where to aquier some replacements. COS. PTT. DTMF.


Chris Willey
NL7EZ




From: somebody@irlp.net
Date: January 22, 2015 at 4:11:45 PM AKST
To: chris
Subject: Re: Question from the web site

Weird - never had LEDs fail ever before.

I don't have spares but they are a standard surface mount size. Check the solder joints on them. The transistors that drive the leds are much more likely to fail than the led itself.

Did this board get introduced to lightning or anything that would explain the LEDS being out?

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General Discussions around Voice over IP / Where do you use your Nano-Node
« Last post by admin on November 03, 2015, 06:08:34 pm »
Vote on how you use your Nano Node.
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IRLP Arena / IRLP - Wireless Node Problem
« Last post by KL4AN on November 03, 2015, 05:54:46 pm »
(Raspberry Pi on Debian 7)
Symptom:
So the Node gets an IP, and it can authenticate with the router.  On boot up I see the following:  Configuring network interfaces...ioctl[SIOCSWAP]: operation not allowed.
After boot up, I see the IP (DHCP), however, if you try to ping www.google.com it can't.   We then restart network services via "sudo services network restart"  and then it can ping and communicate.  It's almost like the network services are starting to soon, or drivers aren't initialized yet.

Solution:
After a lot of research on how to configure network interfaces, suggestions to rip out ifplugd, and suggestions to run scripts to restart services after reboots (all good fixes, tries,etc.)  We found that simply replacing the USB wifi dongle with a different model / manufacturer was the solution.  What i think was happening was the drivers for the usb dongle were not initializing or incompatible.  We started to work on drivers, when it dawned on me that it may already have the drivers, lets put in a different usb wireless dongle......and BOOM, it worked.  No errors, reboot, still happy.    So watch out for that   ioctl[SIOCSWAP]   error.
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AllStar Arena / AllStar Scripts
« Last post by KD8WOF on October 27, 2015, 09:09:25 pm »
A place to share, post and discuss AllStar scripts.
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IRLP Arena / IRLP Scripts
« Last post by KD8WOF on October 27, 2015, 09:06:43 pm »
A place to share, post and discuss IRLP scripts.
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General Discussions around Voice over IP / Welcome to SMF!
« Last post by Simple Machines on January 30, 2014, 02:40:37 am »
Welcome to Simple Machines Forum!

We hope you enjoy using your forum.  If you have any problems, please feel free to ask us for assistance.

Thanks!
Simple Machines
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