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Permission Based Repeater Access?


WSDN412

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Hi All,
A newbie here. Gradually learning along the way. A couple of open repeaters I've been successful in connecting to and have requested permission to those that ask for it. Question for those in Nor Cal, what are the farthest reaching repeaters you would recommend and what typically is the process to getting a response on a request for access? Just not sure if repeater is down, changed, etc. Trying specifically to connect to SIERRA 7000 and Signal Peak (Sierra City and Cisco Grove).

Thanks very much,

WSDN412 (Jason)

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Hello and welcome to the forum! Looks like your post fell through the cracks.

Have you looked up the repeater on the main MYGMRS.COM site? If you are a member with a call sign you can look up the owner and make a request.

I just looked it up and it is listed as an open repeater. Go to the map and zoom in on Nor Cal its right there. Click on the repeater and it will give you the tones and info about it. Good size repeater.

Good luck!

 

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On 7/1/2024 at 12:18 PM, WSDN412 said:

Hi All,
A newbie here. Gradually learning along the way. A couple of open repeaters I've been successful in connecting to and have requested permission to those that ask for it. Question for those in Nor Cal, what are the farthest reaching repeaters you would recommend and what typically is the process to getting a response on a request for access? Just not sure if repeater is down, changed, etc. Trying specifically to connect to SIERRA 7000 and Signal Peak (Sierra City and Cisco Grove).

Thanks very much,

WSDN412 (Jason)

From where are you trying to hit these two sites?

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