FreeDMR UK is pleased to offer Dial-a-Node for AllStar and Echolink.
Via Talk Group 23427 you can change where the talk group node points to.
How to change AllStar node.
How to change Ecolink node.
All users are free to move the node.
But keep in mind that this is a shared Talk Group/Node for all user.
XLX 005 has been updated.
The Nodes now Bridge with the main FreeDMR UK Talk Groups.
We hope you enjoy what FreeDMR UK has to offer.
OZ-DMR Network – Australia has been released for use by the Amateur Radio Community. We look forward to a bright future and many QSO’s with other Amateurs. Please feel free to contact out team if you have any questions or ideas that might bring a better experience to us all.
The dashboard can be found at OZ-DMR Network – Australia and is in the host list of your hotspot and repeaters (For Repeater Keepers). It is listed as FreeDMR_OZ-Australia
We are happy to connect repeater for those repeater keepers who wish to move their to our servers.
We have just added a new server in Australia. Before we can release it for use by the the wider Amateur Radio Community, we need to find a human presence in Australia to handle the promotion and assist with the running of the server.
If you have linux (Debian) experience, Current Amateur Radio Licence, and would like to get involved with the running of a DMR server, please get in touch using our email form Contact OZ-DMR
We have just finished adding a page that reports the status of all the servers on the FreeDMR network including OZ-DMR.
We have also add a Telegram page that will report when a server is OFFLINE or unreachable due to an error in the system. The telegram group can be found at https://t.me/FDMRstatusBot
OZ-DMR has been busy setting up reflectors for you to use.
There is dashboards for following:
All have been bridged to OZ-DMR TG 23595 except P25 and M17.
The BRIDGING of P25 and M17 hasn’t been completed but will be bridged when time permits.
We are proud to announce that we now have added D-STAR and NXDN to our group of cross-mode reflectors. Anyone wanting to access our DMR Talk Group 23595 can now do so. Below is a table to show how you can access our talk group
We have just moved the OZ-DMR dashboard from HTTP over to HTTPS and have tested it using the SSL testing website found at Qualys, Inc – SSL Labs. We have also retested our main website. It is our intension to make all dashboards HTTPS sites going forward. You can re-test our web servers using the links below.
OZ-DMR now has an APRS server connected to the APRS.FI network. Feel free to give it a try
The RSGB Audio news has been taken of TG 2350 temporarily to re-think how it is deployed and will revert to TG 23595 while the re-think is taking place.