Re: [DVDongle] Re: Connecting to repeaters
- Yes, this should be the normally operating procedure for Callsign Routing as it does interfere with othershearing one side of the QSO and not the other. It ties up the REFlector during this time.73'sDennisN5VRPDstar User since 2005On Fri, Aug 26, 2011 at 8:42 PM, aa4rc <aa4rc@...> wrote:
Hi Jeff. This is usually seen when one party is callsign routing to a gateway that is linked to another or reflector. When folks use callsign routing, it is nice if they unlink from any linked system, thereby avoiding problems like this.
--- In DVDongle@yahoogroups.com, "edmontonfireradio" <edmontonfireradio@...> wrote:
> Hi, everyone.
> Being a new DV Dongle user as of yesterday, I was able to get up and running without any problems.
> I was connected to the VE6KM repeater module B and talking with a friend of mine when someone broke into the conversation. It turns out the repeater was linked to a reflector and the person was saying that they weren't able to hear me, but they could hear the person that I was talking with just fine.I was also not able to hear the 3rd station that was connected to the reflector
> Is there a setting in DVTools that I am missing that would allow the person on the connected reflector to hear me and for me to hear them? Or is that just one disadvantage of connecting to a repeater that may also be linked?
> 73 de Jeff VE6EFR