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*1xxxxx = Disconnect

*2xxxxx = Monitor only (you can hear them, they cant hear you)

*3xxxxx = Connect

*70       = Status

*811xxxxx = Permanent Disconnect

*812xxxxx = Permanent Monitor

*813xxxxx = Permanent Connect

 

169 Midwest Region

172 Northeastern region

174 Southeastern Region

175 Southern Plains region

176 Southwestern region

177 Mountain region (West Coast)

 

Ensure you have a good internet connection (preferred wire-line internet over wifi. DO NOT USE BOTH, it confuses the program)

For more info on regional hubs, please visit https://mygmrs.com/nets

 

Any more questions, feel free to ask :)

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Thank you

so much  I receiver more Information from you then mygmrs.net everyone who purchase a kit should receive more information on the kit.  I'm going plug the raspberry pi into the router, unplug from my cat6 port switch now.

 

 

Thank again

 

The cat6 port shouldn't matter, if you have active connections through the switch then the pi should work as well. Also dont forget to add the port forwards to allow incoming signals to be sent to the pi. I'll send you a note with the numbers as for hacking reasons, this info is not posted publicly (to my knowledge)

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Ok, in the screens you showed me with port forwarding, make sure the port forward circle is selected then click "Add Custom Service"

This will give you a new screen.
Fill in the following info:

Service name: GMRS Link

Service type: UDP
External Starting Port: 4569

External Ending Port: 4569

Check "Use same port range for internal port"
Internal starting port (Leave Blank)

Internal ending port (leave blank)

Internal IP address (Enter the IP address of the raspberry pi)
Click on "Apply"

This should add the UDP port for the pi.

As for rebooting the Pi, there are two ways. The first is to log into the pi (whatever username/password you set, if you did not set a password, it is likely repeater, 123456) then type Sudo Reboot. It should reboot the pi. The second is to just unplug the pi, not the best way, however if you do not have a screen and keyboard set up for the pi, this is usually the easiest way.
 

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Ports - Custom Services
   Apply                Cancel    
 
Service Name Protocol                  TCP/UDP                 TCP                 UDP External Port Range (1~65534) (Specify ports and/or port ranges spilit by commas, example: 30, 50-60, 65500-65510)  Use the same port range for Internal port
Internal Port Range
(1~65534)
(Specify ports and/or port ranges spilit by commas, example: 30, 50-60, 65500-65510)
Internal IP address

Check "Use same port range for internal port"
Internal starting port (Leave Blank)

Internal ending port (leave blank)

Internal IP address (Enter the IP address of the raspberry pi)
Click on "Apply"   I can not leave it Blank, click Apply it will work

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Ports - Custom Services
   Apply                Cancel    
 
Service Name Protocol                  TCP/UDP                 TCP                 UDP External Port Range (1~65534) (Specify ports and/or port ranges spilit by commas, example: 30, 50-60, 65500-65510)  Use the same port range for Internal port
Internal Port Range
(1~65534)
(Specify ports and/or port ranges spilit by commas, example: 30, 50-60, 65500-65510)
Internal IP address

Check "Use same port range for internal port"

Internal starting port (Leave Blank)

Internal ending port (leave blank)

Internal IP address (Enter the IP address of the raspberry pi)

Click on "Apply"   I can not leave it Blank, click Apply it will work

 

In all honesty I am at a loss as to what else can be done without having the computer, repeater, and pi directly in front of me. These systems do take a fair amount of computer tech understanding to get working properly.

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