Welcome to the BCFMCA Repeater management console. It is using the Allmon interface, developed by Tim, WD6AWP, to interface to the Asterisk/Allstar server that acts as a repeater controller.

There is currently one voice repeater being controlled by Asterisk/Allstar, VE7RPT 224.300-, located on Mt. Seymour. This repeater has been modified to embed a Raspberry Pi to run the controller software.

This repeater is currently configured as private node, and assigned node number 1100.

Access via the IAXRPT PC client (and other supported clients) is available to members, upon request.

Click the node number (1200) above, to see the current status of the repeater.

See further information about Allmon below...

Allmon is a web site for monitoring and managing ham radio Allstar and app_rpt node linking and RTCM clients. This is version 2 of Allmon which has a number of internal and UI improvements. (see changes below)

On the menu bar click on the node numbers to see, and manage if you have a login ID, each local node. These pages dynamically display any remote nodes that are connected to it. When a signal is received the remote node will move to the top of the list and will have a green background. The most recently received nodes will always be at the top of the list.

Any Voter pages will show RTCM receiver details. The bars will move in near-real-time as the signal strength varies. The voted receiver will turn green indicating that it is being repeated. The numbers are the relative signal strength indicator, RSSI. The value ranges from 0 to 255, a range of approximately 30db. A value of zero means that no signal is being selected. The color of the bars indicate the type of RTCM client as shown on the key below the voter display.

Please feel free to download Allmon2 for your own site. Enjoy!

Version 2 changes: