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=== Specifying a Standard Node and a Remote Base Node in rpt.conf ===
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In the '''nodes stanza''', a remote base node is denoted when it is suffixed with a y option:
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[nodes]
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1234 = radio@127.0.0.1/1234,NONE,y ; Remote base node
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5678 = radio@127.0.0.1/5678,NONE ; Standard node
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In the above example node 1234 is a remote base node, and node 5678 is a standard node.
 
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Latest revision as of 14:30, 28 January 2019

Specifying a Standard Node and a Remote Base Node in rpt.conf

In the nodes stanza, a remote base node is denoted when it is suffixed with a y option:

[nodes] 
1234 = radio@127.0.0.1/1234,NONE,y ; Remote base node 
5678 = radio@127.0.0.1/5678,NONE ; Standard node

In the above example node 1234 is a remote base node, and node 5678 is a standard node.