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M17 Reflector
#1
Hi,

I'm really interested in this project.  Are there has been any plans for an Internet reflector yet?  I saw the hostpot project and talk about tests sending/receiving UDP frames on Github.  Maybe it's too early for this, but I'd like to add M17/Codec2 support to my DUDE-Star/DroidStar software (details on QRZ) that allows network based RX/TX, similar to BlueDV and friends. It would be a good way to get a thorough understanding of Codec2 and the M17 protocol, before I get my hands dirty and start building some hardware.

-Doug AD8DP
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#2
Hello!
Sorry for a late reply. No plans for reflectors yet. We are still working on hardware (handheld) and the protocol spec.
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#3
I figured, just thought I'd ask.  I'll be watching closely, this is a cool project.
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#4
N7TAE has been building a reflector with a D-STAR-like linking model. I think it's at https://github.com/n7tae/mrefd
and he's got some other good stuff:
https://github.com/n7tae?tab=repositories
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#5
(10-06-2020, 01:13 PM)tarxvf Wrote: N7TAE has been building a reflector with a D-STAR-like linking model. I think it's at https://github.com/n7tae/mrefd
and he's got some other good stuff:
https://github.com/n7tae?tab=repositories

Update: there's an active reflector, and he's got a linking client at https://github.com/n7tae/mvoice
It's super cool Big Grin
https://twitter.com/m17_project/status/1...7976388611
(The IP has since changed, I know there's work on building a reflector directory to be a definitive source so stay tuned)
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#6
There's a reflector list available here: https://m17project.org/reflector/
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#7
(10-16-2020, 02:56 PM)SP5WWP Wrote: There's a reflector list available here: https://m17project.org/reflector/

Hi,

The portuguese HamRadioPT group (https://www.hamradio.pt) have a M17 reflector up and running with dashboard at https://m17.hamradio.pt

Reflector IP: 80.211.15.21

Best Regards.

73,

Jorge Mota
CT7AGI
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#8
I've worked out the protocol if anyone is interested.

The data packets appear to match the specification already published, the link control frames are new, and are straightforward.

Jonathan  G4KLX
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#9
Can you please guide me step by step to install the M17 reflector?
Thank you very much.
EA5GVK - Joaquin.
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#10
Hi,


Blasmakers Group and Dvlink Team, have M17 Spanish reflector, have a M17 reflector up and running with dashboard at http://hblinkspain.duckdns.org/mrefd/

Reflector IP: 85.255.8.71

Best Regards.

73,

Joaquin
EA5GVK
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