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IRLP Node # 8340 Commands

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IRLP Commands

The IRLP node on 443.200 repeater and can be accessed from a 70cm radio tuned to the repeater frequency. (The station index number code for the KE6YJC node is 8340.)

The IRLP gateway will respond to the following commands using DTMF tones from the radio.

DTMF Code
Description
02 nnnn
Connect to station index number nnnnn
02 73
Disconnect
*
New Function

 

  1. To establish a IRLP connection, perform the following steps:
  2. It is recommended that you first identify your station on the repeater and that you are attempting IRLP operation.
  3. Optionally, you can determine if the IRLP gateway is operational by keying a "02 *" DTMF tone. The gateway node will respond with status information.
  4. Key the four or five digit station code for the station or repeater that you wish to link to.
  5. After a few seconds delay, the IRLP node will respond with a "Connected" message if the link was successful. If the link was not successful, key a "02 73 " to disconnect the gateway node.
  6. Following a successful connection, announce your presence on the linked repeater by calling CQ, etc.
  7. At the end of the QSO, disconnect the link by keying a "02 73" DTMF tone. The IRLP gateway will respond with confirmation that the link has been disconnected.

* Please make sure you ID before you try to control the IRLP Node so everyone knows what you are doing. Operators are listening to the system 24 hours a day and will function off the IRLP node or Repeaters to prevent unauthorized access to the system.

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