W2NJR

 Over-the-Air

EchoIRLP Commands

 

 


Connect to IRLP Node xxxx

4757xxxx

 

Connect to Echolink Node xxxxx

3246xxxxx

 

Play Info

3246*

 

Query by Call

324607

 

Query by Node

324606

 

Random Conf 

324602

 

Random Link

324601

 

Random Node

324600

 

Random User

324603

 

Reconnect      

324609

 

Status

324608

 

Disconnect     

73

 

 

 

 

NOTES:

 

1. The control prefix 3246 spells ECHO, and prefix 4757 spells IRLP on your touch-tone mic. If you forget the codes, think of the phrases “ECHO” and “IRLP”!

 

2. Most repeaters normally mute the DTMF tones. In order to pass your DTMF tones “upstream” to the Echolink node, you will need to send a ‘#” or “D” (depending on the repeater controller) before every command sequence.

 

3. Only one system can be used at a time, either Echolink or IRLP, not both. Echolink can support up to five simultaneous connections. IRLP can only support one connection at a time. IRLP utilizes conference server nodes to support simultaneous linking of multiple repeaters.