So the RTCM modules are no longer available, which is what I would have used for this…
I am looking to move over to Allstar and here is the scenario we are trying to accomplish.
We have two separate hilltop sites that we have Raspberry Pi4’s and a USB dongles to connect the repeaters to, to use on the Allstar network. They have independent RF internet links to the sites with decent bandwidth. This would be perfectly simple and straight forward, but I seem to be confused. Can a permanent link be established between the two nodes (1 on each server) connecting the sites (From what I can tell the answer to this part is yes), and thus both sites can utilize a single Echolink login on one of the servers (This is the part I am questioning)? Basically only enable the Echolink on one of the servers??? Does the Echolink audio only pass to the nodes on that server and not other nodes connected to it remotely from another Allstar server? We want to only have one Echolink available to the public, but bring up both sites when someone connects over Echolink.
If the RTCM modules were still available i would have used one of those tying back to a single server at one of the sites, instead of running two servers. I started to read the Proxy section on the Wiki, but not sure if that would apply in the scenario we are trying to accomplish.
Any guidance is very much appreciated! Thanks and 73’s!!