Yet another - - registration problem

Our LARGE 900 MHz Allstarlinked network is having problems due to blank status pages for many of our hub servers. For example 4170, 42610,and 29521 (just to mention a few).
Regards,
Tom / K5TRA

@Tom Is this still going on for you? 4170 is not a public node number. Maybe you meant 41170? Currently 41170 , 42610 and 29521 all appear registered on the Allstarlink nodes list.

Stat server not up right now

Looks like www.allstarlink.org is down, too.

Www :slight_smile: is back but stats is still not fixed :frowning:

Now stats is online as well :slight_smile:

Stats server problem again today - no bubble map.
Tom

I just tried it and it seems to be working ok. Please paste the url of what is not working for you.

When I look for bubble-map connections: http://stats.allstarlink.org/getstatus.cgi?41170 , I get: NODE INFO NOT FOUND! (after some considerable time delay). Also, same result for 42610. Both hubs have many working connections.
Tom

That is odd. Only some of your node numbers not showing

Right. The main two hub nodes are among the ones with NO bubble map.
Tom

Tim, try http://stats.allstarlink.org/getstatus.cgi?41170 or http://stats.allstarlink.org/getstatus.cgi?42610 .
You will get the message: NODE INFO NOT FOUND!
This has been a problem for several days.
Tom

I’ve also requested help through the “help desk” . This selective bubble-map access is a problem that has started during the past week.

Again, http://stats.allstarlink.org/getstatus.cgi?41170 or
http://stats.allstarlink.org/getstatus.cgi?42610 do not work. Some other nodes result in bubble map displays.
K5TRA

Those are both working now.

Yes, all is good. Thank you.
Tom

Tom,

The bubble-map should be working now.

73

Marshall -ke6pcv

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Tom
October 10

I’ve also requested help through the “help desk” . This selective bubble-map access is a problem that has started during the past week.

Again, http://stats.allstarlink.org/getstatus.cgi?41170 or
http://stats.allstarlink.org/getstatus.cgi?42610 do not work. Some other nodes result in bubble map displays.
K5TRA


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Tom
October 10

Tim, try http://stats.allstarlink.org/getstatus.cgi?41170 or http://stats.allstarlink.org/getstatus.cgi?42610 . You will get the message: NODE INFO NOT FOUND! This has been a problem for several days. Tom

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Tom
October 10

Tim, try http://stats.allstarlink.org/getstatus.cgi?41170 or http://stats.allstarlink.org/getstatus.cgi?42610 .
You will get the message: NODE INFO NOT FOUND!
This has been a problem for several days.
Tom







Tom
October 10

Right. The main two hub nodes are among the ones with NO bubble map.
Tom







George_Csahanin
October 9

That is odd. Only some of your node numbers not showing







Tom
October 8

When I look for bubble-map connections: http://stats.allstarlink.org/getstatus.cgi?41170 , I get: NODE INFO NOT FOUND! (after some considerable time delay). Also, same result for 42610. Both hubs have many working connections.
Tom







wd6awp ASL Admin
October 8

I just tried it and it seems to be working ok. Please paste the url of what is not working for you.


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Marshall,
Yes, it is working now. Thanks again.
Tom

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