YSF Reflector – to YSF2DMR bridge?

Recently someone asked me on how to bridge the BM TG from a YSF Reflector.

Previously you would need a BM operator to link up on Brandmeister level but since YSF2DMR is available from github, theoretically we can just use the existing MMDVM’s YSF2DMR module to plug into YSFReflector since both of them is listening to localhost UDP ports.

This is what i have done for the new YSFReflector bridge to BM TG525 by using YSF2DMR

https://ysf.lucifernet.com/

 

The configuration is as below:-

[Info]
RXFrequency=433550000
TXFrequency=433550000
Power=1
Latitude=2.xxxx
Longitude=10x.xx9
Height=1
Location=DBKL
Description=Multi-Mode Repeater
URL=http://www.qrz.com/db/9w2lwk

[YSF Network]
Callsign=9W2LWK
#Suffix=ND
Suffix=RPT
DstAddress=127.0.0.1
DstPort=42000
LocalAddress=127.0.0.1
LocalPort=42013
EnableWiresX=1
Daemon=1

[DMR Network]
#Need to put another suffix ’01’ behind your dmrid below
Id=502224101
#XLXFile=/etc/XLXHosts.txt
#XLXReflector=950
#XLXModule=D
StartupDstId=525
# For TG call: StartupPC=0
StartupPC=1
Address=211.60.41.188
Port=62031
Jitter=500
EnableUnlink=0
TGUnlink=4000
PCUnlink=0
# Local=62032
Password=passw0rd
# Options=
TGListFile=/etc/TGList.txt
Debug=0

 

by look at the log above, the YSF2DMR seems working successfully.

 

YSF Reflector download link – https://github.com/g4klx/YSFClients

YSF2DMR download link – https://github.com/juribeparada/YSF2DMR

 

** updated on 16-04-2018

The YSF2DMR on server works but not in an optimal condition whereby some of the DMR stations could not hear the station from YSF, hence a more stable and reliable connection would be operator connection directly from Brandmeister. I contacted 9W2POP (https://www.dmrnet.org) and have the TG525 linked to SINGAPORE YSF-V2

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