[Linux-ham] Asterisk as a repeater
clubjuggler at gmail.com
Thu Mar 16 09:54:20 EST 2006
Actually, looking more at the web page and following the link to
it appears they've already done that. :-) So, hooray for for competition
(IRLP, Echolink, Allstarlink).
They even seem to have an echolink style client that uses IAX2
On 3/16/06, Tanner Lovelace <clubjuggler at gmail.com> wrote:
> Yeah, this is the same guy who setup "Limey Linux" which I've played
> around with a bit to see if I could get asterisk running on it. It really
> needs 256MB of RAM, though, and my test system only has 128.
> I've actually wondered about putting together a system similar to
> IRLP or Echolink using Asterisk connected repeaters. If you've ever
> looked into the details of IRLP, it's quite horrible. It works well, but
> it's a maintanence nightmare! (mostly shell scripts and then some
> closed source version of SpeakFreely). My thought, if I were going
> to redesign it, would be to go with something like SIP or better yet
> IAX2 and make it open. Also, combining it with Asterisk would making
> doing an Autopatch extremely simple! :-)
> On 3/15/06, Kevin Otte <nivex at nivex.net> wrote:
> > As look back at the archives, I suddenly realized that N4JMT posted this
> > exact same URL back in Sept 2005. Great minds think alike, I guess :)
> > --
> > Kevin Otte, N8VNR
> > nivex at nivex.net
> > http://www.nivex.net/
> > -=-
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> Tanner Lovelace
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