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Telemetry is the message you hear when connecting to or disconnecting from another node and when another node connects or disconnects to your node.
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Telemetry is a data message that is sent between nodes when connecting to or disconnecting from another node. Telemetry is silently sent to all other connected nodes through digital (out-of-band, non-audio) data over the VoIP connection. It is purely up to each local system to decide what to do with this information. It can announce it, ignore it or even change the message. The node owner/admin determines what is appropriate for their individual node.  
  
Asterisk/app_rpt sends its telemetry information to all other connected systems through digital (out-of-band, non-audio)  
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There are configuration and mode options allowing all telemetry (both local and obtained from other nodes) to be:
data over the VoIP connection. It is purely up to each local system to decide what to do with this
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* Always announced
information. It can announce it, ignore it or even change the message. The node owner/admin determines what is appropriate for their individual node.
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* Never announced
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* Announced only when a function is locally executed and for short time thereafter
  
The configuration options mentioned below only apply to what is heard on a specific channel type;
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There are 5 telemetry channels which can be individually managed:
out-of-band telemetry is silently forwarded to all other compatible nodes connected in transceive mode.
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* Local Node - This node
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* Foreign Node - A connected node
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* Phone - Autopatch, phone portal
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* Echolink - Echolink connections
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* GUI - IAXrpt, SIP phone display, VoIP clients
  
There are configuration and mode options allowing all telemetry (both local and obtained from other nodes)
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''Note'': Requires app_rpt.c version 0.186 or later.
to be:
 
* Always announced
 
never announced, or announced only when a function is executed and
 
for short time thereafter.
 
  
Note: These features document the operation of app_rpt.c version 0.186 or later.
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[[Category: How to]]
 
 
There are 5 telemetry channels which can be individually managed:
 

Latest revision as of 20:24, 10 October 2017

Telemetry is a data message that is sent between nodes when connecting to or disconnecting from another node. Telemetry is silently sent to all other connected nodes through digital (out-of-band, non-audio) data over the VoIP connection. It is purely up to each local system to decide what to do with this information. It can announce it, ignore it or even change the message. The node owner/admin determines what is appropriate for their individual node.

There are configuration and mode options allowing all telemetry (both local and obtained from other nodes) to be:

  • Always announced
  • Never announced
  • Announced only when a function is locally executed and for short time thereafter

There are 5 telemetry channels which can be individually managed:

  • Local Node - This node
  • Foreign Node - A connected node
  • Phone - Autopatch, phone portal
  • Echolink - Echolink connections
  • GUI - IAXrpt, SIP phone display, VoIP clients

Note: Requires app_rpt.c version 0.186 or later.