[aprssig] Allstar VOIP systems?

KA7O ka7o at ka7o.net
Sun Feb 27 11:42:16 EST 2011

I've not used it (yet) and surely don't yet know enough about either to 
speak on them. But I do know "The Link Box", TLB, is part of the mix. 
Apparently it'll integrate with Asterisk to provide RF ports as well as 
link IRLP/E-link sites.


On 02/26/2011 08:17 PM, Jim Alles wrote:
> Does anyone know enough about this system (from their APRS mobile
> background) that could comment on tis viability compared to our lack of
> progress with IRLP, Echolink or Dstar?
> Bob, WB4APR
> No.  But I'll put my two cents in anyway.
> Asterisk<http://www.asterisk.org/>  is a mature, Unix based open-source
> Private Branch eXchange.  It does analog and VOIP call switching, voice
> mail, and all of the bells and whistles associated with a commercial
> busines-grade phone system.  It is supported by turn-key providers and more
> than one hardware manufacturer (for phone&  RF ports), and there are several
> flavors.
> I was intrigued by using it as a repeater
> controller<http://www.qsl.net/kb9mwr/projects/voip/asterisk-and-app_rpt.pdf>,
> but baffled.  I wasn't sure of the application.
> I don't see any reason why it can't treat a call sign as a phone number.  I
> think I get it.
> 73,
> Jim A.
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