AllStarLink is a method of linking radios together using voice-over-ip (VoIP) technology.
It’s based on the open-source Asterisk pbx. For more general info on AllStarLink, please visit allstarlink.org.
General Info and Policies
Our repeater is AllStarLink node 55564.
Our policy is simple: We do not restrict usage in any way, but we reserve the right to make policy decisions if the need arises.
We do ask that you disconnect any node(s) you’ve connected to when you are done using the system. You can do this by issuing *1<nodenumber> on your DTMF keypad.
|Normal mode, no nodes connected||(No courtesy tone)|
|Remote User Unkey|
|Local User Unkey, remote node(s) connected||
These commands are entered using the DTMF keypad on your radio’s mic. Please make sure to identify your station when issuing commands.
|*1nodenum||Disconnect from specified node||Please use this when you are done.|
|*3nodenum||Connect to another node|
|*70||Play back local connection status||This will list out all the nodes that are currently connected.|
|*75||Play back full system status||Please use sparingly.|
|*76||Disconnect all links||Use this carefully when multiple links are connected, not everyone might want to be disconnected!|