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 Subject :Hamshack Hotline.. 2018-03-22- 14:00:09 
KA1EZH
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Topic : Hamshack Hotline

Good evening all my name is Ken KA1EZH located in South Eastern Massachusetts. A few local hams here have started a PBX via VOIP dedicated for the use by and for hams. We are promoting it's use as an addition to Incident Command, ARES/RACES emergency communications.  Why I'm posting here is to see if I can spark some interest to create an alternate back up to our system via a Ham Mesh Network? Anyone with insight and interest in this can email me at:  ka1ezh@gmail.com

You can check the Hamshack Hotline web site : https://hamshackhotline.com

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 Subject :hamchat install.. 2018-03-19- 13:38:49 
kk4hfr
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Topic : hamchat install

I installed the hamchat ipk file on each node. What I call my BASE node has the hamchat as an advertised service. All nodes open hamchat, no problem. None of the nodes can exchange chat with each other. What have I missed here? 

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 Subject :Re:Winlink 2000 on my mesh.. 2018-03-17- 10:54:10 
KI6WDY
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 Subject :Re:Winlink 2000 on my mesh.. 2018-03-17- 10:53:28 
KI6WDY
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Topic : Winlink 2000 on my mesh

Winlink is a software program that allows your radio to act as a email system. If you are unfamiliar with Winlink follow this link for more information. https://www.winlink.org/

 

Once you get your winlink system up and running on your PC, you can then use it to send e mails over your mesh node system.

First, connect the PC you are going to use for winlink messages to your mesh directly with a network cable. Open a browser and type in http://localnode:8080/ to open up the status page for the node you are attached to. Click the mesh status button and then select the node that the person you want to send message to is attached to.

You are now looking for the WIFI address it will be something like 10.125.92.222/5. You don’t need the /5 but remember the rest of the address. Now you can open up winlink and set it up to work through your mesh.

You will be setting up a Telnet P2P connection. Only Peer to Peer messages will be sent so you must select that option when you make your messages to send on your mesh.

Address the message to the person you desire in the “To” box, their call sign is all that is needed. Finish your message and post it to your out box. All messages will be delivered to that operator when you link up to them.

Once you have a message to send it is time to open a session. Be sure that you have selected Telenet P2P from the dropdown menu next to the open session button. As of this writing it will be the eleventh option in the drop down menu.

When you click on the Open session button a window will open and it is there that you will tell the software who to connect with. Click the add station button, you will be presented with the Add P2P station dialog menu. Put the call sign in the name slot and the IP address if the station you are linking to in the IP address slot. No other entries are required. Click the start button and if the other operator is connected to his node your message should end up in his mail box.

 

There may be other ways of doing all this, but what I have presented works. Enjoy. Anyone needing more detail please enquire.

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 Subject :Re:How to setup interfaces.. 2018-03-17- 01:50:23 
KB3VWG
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Forum : Hardware
Topic : How to setup interfaces

I've now been able to enter the command line of Broadband Hamnet 3.1.0...it's based on OpenWRT Kamikaze (version 7). OpenWRT is now at version 17.01.4...It uses standard OLSR as it's routing protocol on WiFi...this is perfect for the needed use application. I don't see any config differences from 17.01.4, though. So this is now a question for the developers of the Broadband Hamnet firmware...there's also the feature of hostnames we place into the Broadband Hamnet device that propagate it over the Mesh...I would like to request the developers to share those scripts and information on their code (i.e. are you on a public online code repository?) under the relevant Open Source Licenses so it could possible receive needed Operating System updates, and be cross compatible with all OpenWRT routers.

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Last Edited On: 2018-03-17- 01:53:28 By KB3VWG for the Reason
 Subject :Re:Winlink 2000 on my mesh.. 2018-03-16- 08:21:49 
kk4hfr
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Topic : Winlink 2000 on my mesh

Great work! Yes, please share.

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 Subject :Re:How to setup interfaces.. 2018-03-12- 12:48:02 
KB3VWG
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Forum : Hardware
Topic : How to setup interfaces

I've done further testing. OpenWRT to OpenWRT devices work; but when connecting to a Broadband-Hamnet device, the routes never populate in OpenWRT and vice versa.

I cannot find any setting in Broadband-Hamnet that would make the routes behave differently.

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Last Edited On: 2018-03-12- 13:00:32 By KB3VWG for the Reason correction
 Subject :Re:admin password help.. 2018-03-12- 12:45:58 
KB3VWG
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Forum : General
Topic : admin password help

Reset the device.

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 Subject :Winlink 2000 on my mesh.. 2018-03-12- 06:14:57 
KI6WDY
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Topic : Winlink 2000 on my mesh

Just figured out how to do a P2P linkup between two nodes on my mesh. I will post info if there is anyone interested in this.


Jerry

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 Subject :Re:Asterisk Running Natively on HSMM-MESH Node.. 2018-03-07- 22:54:36 
KK4GAF
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Topic : Asterisk Running Natively on HSMM-MESH Node




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Last Edited On: 2018-03-07- 22:56:47 By KK4GAF for the Reason
 Subject :Re:Asterisk Running Natively on HSMM-MESH Node.. 2018-03-07- 22:54:18 
KK4GAF
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 Subject :Re:Asterisk Running Natively on HSMM-MESH Node.. 2018-03-07- 22:53:43 
KK4GAF
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Last Edited On: 2018-03-07- 22:57:46 By KK4GAF for the Reason
 Subject :Re:Asterisk Running Natively on HSMM-MESH Node.. 2018-03-07- 22:53:05 
KK4GAF
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Topic : Asterisk Running Natively on HSMM-MESH Node

I have Asterisk running on a Raspberry Pi with no issues. I tried the install on one of the 54GS. And after a boot it now has no WAN LED. It is not visible from anywhere. Luckily I have three more nodes to use. 




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 Subject :admin password help.. 2018-03-06- 14:41:33 
KI7NDY
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Topic : admin password help

I forgot my admin password. What do I need to do? 


Rick, KI7NDY

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 Subject :admin password help.. 2018-03-06- 14:41:01 
KI7NDY
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I forgot my admin password. What do I need to do? 


Rick, KI7NDY

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 Subject :admin password help.. 2018-03-06- 14:41:00 
KI7NDY
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I forgot my admin password. What do I need to do? 


Rick, KI7NDY

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 Subject :Asterisk running on a Raspberry Pi with Cisco 7940..... 2018-03-04- 00:59:37 
KK4GAF
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Topic : Asterisk running on a Raspberry Pi with Cisco 7940...

Have two Cisco 7940 IP phones and a Motorola XT801 with a Grandstream HT701. Connected over a 2.4 Broadband-Hamnet mesh network.


Youtube link below.

https://youtu.be/Iyy2Soiv57o




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Last Edited On: 2018-03-04- 01:12:27 By KK4GAF for the Reason
 Subject :Re:Newbie needs help.. 2018-03-02- 11:18:45 
ve3ory
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No worries. I got into the router via the wireless connection from the other mesh node and re-enabled DHCP.


Also downloaded and started experimenting with Wireshark and trying to learn a little more about IP addressing.


Kind of disappointed though that I got no replies on the forum. I'm sure many amateurs who are not networking experts are reluctant to get into MMSH-mesh because of the associated technical issues. It is admittedly pretty easy to flash a Linksys router to create a mesh node, but doing something useful with it afterwards requires a lot more networking expertise or mentoring from others who are more knowledgeable.


There are no mesh nodes anywhere near my location that I can connect with so will have to simply experiment with the two that I have set up and figuring at this point that it I will pretty much have to do so on my own.


Rick VE3ORY

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 Subject :Buffalo WHR-HP-G54 work correctly with Hamnet..... 2018-03-02- 05:09:13 
KK4GAF
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Topic : Buffalo WHR-HP-G54 work correctly with Hamnet...

I have three Linksys 54GS routers and one Buffalo WHR-HP-G54 working on my Mesh. I have two Cisco 7940 IP phones connected to Astrisk running on a Raspberry PI. 


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Last Edited On: 2018-03-02- 05:14:25 By KK4GAF for the Reason
 Subject :How to setup interfaces.. 2018-02-28- 02:51:57 
KB3VWG
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Forum : Hardware
Topic : How to setup interfaces

Hello,


I have a lot of the following routers: https://openwrt.org/toh/zinwell/zw4400

I have successfully installed OpenWRT...but as there is no available version of Broadband-Hamnet, I need to know how to configure the wireless interfaces for mesh.

In addition: I will have 420, 900, 2.4 and 5.4 cards available, so is it possible to bridge the various frequencies into one network that is one mesh?


73,


KB3VWG

(also is it possible to get an x86 and IXP42x-tw5334 target of Broadband-Hamnet, or where can I find the files to compile?)

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