XLX493 Multi-Protocol Reflector / Gateway ; Hosted by W0CHP

XLX493 v2.6.1_W0CHP (Protocols / Modes Supported: DMR & YSF)


Connection Cheat Sheet

This handy table depicts at-a-glance, how to connect and switch modules in both DMR and YSF with Pi-Star-based hot spots…

Module Name DMR (XLX-493 as master; TG-6) DMR (via DMRgateway; TG-6) DMR2YSF as master DMR2YSF (via DMRgateway) YSF DTMF YSF DG-ID
A NY/NJ/PA PC 4001 PC 64001 - - #80364 10
B MN/WI/IA PC 4002 PC 64002 - - #80364 11
C USA PC 4003 PC 64003 - - #80364 12
D General Rag-Chew PC 4004 PC 64004 TG 80364 (*) TG 7080364 (*) #80364 13
E (i) W0CHP-PiStar-Dash (#) PC 4005 PC 64005 - - #80364 14
F The Elitist Hams (@) PC 4006 PC 64006 - - #80364 15
Disconnect Disconnect from Module PC 4000 PC 64000 PC 4000 PC 7004000
(Use PC 7080364 to reconnect)
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  Legend:
PC = Private Call

TG = Talk Group/Group Call

(*) = Kerchunk to link to the reflector before talking

(i) = This is the default linked module for YSF, etc.

(#) = BrandMeister & TGIF users: simply call TG 3170603 for the W0CHP-PiStar-Dash chat room (Module E)

(@) = TGIF users: simply call TG 539 for the Elitist Hams chat room (Module F)

Note: As you can see from the Cheat Sheet above, DMR and native YSF provide the most flexibility and control of modules. DMR2YSF does not (for now) and will default to module “(E) W0CHP-PiStar-Dash”, as configured on the XLX493 reflector.


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