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The *KC4QLP* & *KC4QLP-C* Echolink Conference Servers, IRLP node EXP0037, D-Star node XRF267, Local Nodes information and APRS

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The Web to APRS to Echolink to Text box and vise versa feature under KC4QLP-EC, will be returning soon!


Our Current Position on APRS
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Our Current Position on APRS
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Our Current Position on APRS
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Echolink Conference Nodes, IRLP & D-Star Reflectors The *KC4QLP* [NY/PA Pvt Conf] Echolink conference server (Node number 267137) is back online as of 4/14/09 and is also running an IRLP reflector as node number EXP0037 and a D-Star reflector as node number XRF267.

The bandwidth and service is provided by www.hosting24.com.

The *KC4QLP-C* [TECloud Net USA] Echolink Conference Server (Node number 290251) is back online as of 8/23/07.

The bandwidth and service is provided by www.hosting24.com.

The *KC4QLP* and *KC4QLP-C* [TECloud Net USA] Echolink Conference Servers (Node number 267137 / 290251), IRLP node EXP0037, D-Star reflector XRF267 owned by KC4QLP is an open system, free to all to use and is often part of major WX related net activities in a listen only mode from *WX_TALK*.

The systems are capable of supporting 1000+ concurrent stations if the need becomes necessary. The server is fitted with redundant power supplies including full UPS support to deliver a high availability 24x7x365 redundant Echolink conference server.

Local Nodes

The KC4QLP-R node, 56703 (temporarly off the air) operates locally on 145.290 mhz, non standard repeater input on 147.535 mhz. Requires a PL tone of 203.5hz to access the system.

The KC4QLP-L node, 56704 will operate locally on a 10 meter FM simplex frequency. The frequency will be 29.500 mhz. Equipment is being connected and testing will begin soon!

The KC4QLP node, 89052 is a non RF node and is used for local communications from IP to RF and for administrative purposes during weather nets.

The KC4QLP-R eQSO node and local privately operated server is presently testing since eQSO.net officially went off line. Due to the system operators of eQSO.net seemingly "lack of support", we discontinued the eQSO "service". Since the "official" site is now DOA, we are now considering resurrecting our server on a full-time bases. You may find our server at hamradio.voip01.com, port 500. The server may be down at times as we move the server from different computers. This is an open system. Stay tuned for further information and download links for this software.

IMPORTANT TO NOTE: All three nodes do not allow mulitconferencing, however all three nodes are connected to conference servers *KC4QLP-C* and or *KC4QLP*, IRLP exp0037, D-Star XRF267. So if you are on Echolink and are looking to talk to someone locally, please connect to either one of the conference servers as that will get you on 145.290 mhz and 10 meter FM [when it becomes available] in the Mohawk Valley area of Central New York. If you try to connect to nodes 56703, 56704 or 89052 directly, you will only get a "busy" message. -Only- connect directly to nodes 290251 or 267137. Doing so -will- get you connected to nodes 56703, 56704 and 89052. Thank you for your understanding of how the systems are configured and feel free to connect up anytime for as long as you wish.

Conference Server Nodes Operating Rules

The conference servers has a strict language and usage policy in place. - All - transmissions must be made using the "English" language and sufficient breaks between overs must be maintained. Failure to adhere to this policy will in the initial stages result in the offending system being disconnected from the conference. Persistent offenders will be "banned" from the conference server for a short period while the issue is resolved.

The language policy is in place as the "team" prefer to be able to monitor "all" traffic across the system to prevent license breaches.

NOTE: DO NOT CROSS LINK TO ANY OTHER CONFERENCE SERVER WITHOUT PRIOR PERMISSION -WHILE- connected to *KC4QLP* [NY/PA Pvt Conf] or *KC4QLP-C* [TECloud Net USA]. Doing so without prior permission will result in -YOUR- node being permanently ban FOREVER. It is not necessary to tie up half of the conference servers on Echolink with having the same traffic on all of them. While having another server connected to another server to assist in directing "lurkers" away from main net channels is useful, connecting a half a dozen servers together "just for the heck of it" defeats the purpose of having a wide variety of conference servers operating on Echolink. What the *KC4QLP* [NY/Pa Pvt Conf ] and *KC4QLP-C* [TECloud Net USA] , IRLP exp0037, D-Star XRF267 does support are important organizations such as the Hurricane nets and the New England emergency nets along with various nightly nets that are of proven good value to the Amateur community. Any organization looking for bandwidth to host a net are welcome....as long as your organization knows what it is doing and has a good standing/track record with the Amateur community. Stations wishing to connect to join regular QSO's or stations in NY wishing to form an adhoc network are welcomed. For additional info and/or inquiries send an email to KC4QLP@midatlanticengineeringservice.com.

Do NOT send your repeater and links ID's (voice or CW), TONES, BEEPS and other NOISES from the RF side into the internet side of the network. To setup a node that allows your IDs and tones from the RF side to enter into the network is improper. There is an easy fix for preventing your repeater tones and IDs from entering the network, contact us via email for a step by step procedure on how to make this happen. Stations that connect to our servers that send their repeater IDs and tones from RF to the network will be disconnected and contacted about the matter to give you a chance to fix the issue. Stations that refuse to correct the issue will be prevented from using the network any further. One must understand that if two or more improperly configured stations were on the network sending ID's and tones back and forth, this would create a ping pong effect rendering the entire network useless. IRLP and D-Star networks are very strict on this policy. Since our nodes are part of those two networks, we must enforce this policy. Also do NOT bring in or start nets on the servers without prior permission. To do so will get you removed from the system. The conference servers are not a "broadcasting system". HF traffic other than from 10 meter FM should not be put on the network unless prior arrangements have been made and a control operator is present. "Broadcasting" one way HF traffic is forbidden, and "broadcasting" such traffic will get you kicked off of the network. Like it or not, that is the way it is and please respect that.... Thank You.

Sometimes you will see a message "Doubling With *KC4QLP*" or "Doubling With *KC4QLP-C*" depending on which server you are on, this is an advisory message and does not mean that you are doing anything wrong. It is because your station has entered transmit mode before the conference server has entered receive mode. It is there to remind a station to leave a suitable break between transmissions. You can also get this if a link is bouncing and you try to go into transmit. There is nothing as we said to worry about you or your gateway is not causing a problem. Each server has a "Pause time" and "belch filter" activated.

The pause time setting is there to ensure that there's a break between transmissions to allow simplex links to leave the conference. This "pausetime" is set to 1750 ms. The "belch filter" is set to a minimum number of milliseconds that -L and -R stations must transmit before being recognized on the system. This parameter may help prevent repeater "bouncing" that occurs when multiple repeaters or link stations are logged into a conference room with poor operating parameters. The belch filter has been set 2000 ms. So slow down, pause, then key up, pause 2 seconds before speaking.

Bouncing links will be disconnected from the conference Server immediately as will any conference hosting them, if a station / conference regardless of its class continues to disrupt the system then they will be "banned" from joining the conference Server.

Stations not identifying correctly will also be disconnected and banned from the conference server.

In the case of disputes the stations involved will be disconnected. They should contact the administrators via the web site as soon as possible. The same with basic rules apply for "text messages". Do not bring the amateur service into disrepute with the text messages you send. A few programs have been developed that will speak the text messages for our visual impaired operators. Use of profanity in text will also get you barred from the nodes as it is possible for the text to speech programs to read the text messages over the air. Use of profanity is poor operating practice and use of the "7 forbidden words" are a violation of part 97 FCC rules and regulations in the United States. This similar rule applies in most if not all countries around the globe.

Standalone stations operating in conference mode while connected to the conference servers or KC4QLP is forbidden. The conference servers will be employing a conference killer script on their return. Anyone operating on conference mode or attempting to connect a conference server that is not on the prearranged connection list will automatically disconnected

from the system and prevented from accessing it further. Special permission will be granted to those stations that need to connect while in conference mode. This requirement is only to help manage connected stations and the traffic that passes through the system. The conference servers have enough bandwidth available, so individual conference nodes would only open a possible situation of uncontrolled traffic.

Many stations who operate this mode do not understand the implications of their operating style. We have seen many station's operating in this mode and broadcasting the idents and various announcements from these systems that they have linked to or have linked to them.

This is unacceptable, You should only operate in conference mode when you are a stand-alone station if you understand the Echolink system and monitor your connection should there be problems.

Also there have been occasions where stations have been making general broadcasts via the Echolink system and using both the conference server and the KC4QLP repeater as a platform for this type of operation. This is NOT permitted via any of our systems and again action will be taken to prevent such operations from continuing.

The conference server runs using the Bridge Software and is administered using the groups own custom command and control software. Systems administration is performed by selected stations across the world and is monitored constantly. It is the role of the administrators to enforce the language and usage policy.

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*KC4QLP*/*KC4QLP-C*/IRLP exp0037/D-Star XRF267 _New_York_Network_ Echolink Conference Server 

(Node 267137, 290251, IRLP exp0037)

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Bob KC4QLP, Len N2LEN, Ken KG4DXH, Mike KB2ITR, and Tony VK3JED who also provided us with days of tech support via email

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LINK / NODE STATS


Node 56704 10 meter FM simplex KC4QLP-L [online]

Node 56703 Repeater node- KC4QLP-R [offline]

IRLP node EXP0037 (interconnected to *KC4QLP* Echolink node 267137) [offline]

D-Star node XRF267 (interconnected to *KC4QLP* Echolink node 267137) [offline]

Node 267137 *KC4QLP* "NY/PA Pvt Conf" [offline]

Node 290251 *KC4QLP-C* "TECloudNet USA" [offline]

eQSO Server [OFFLINE TFN]


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