Connection to the talkgroups are established at the remote node using tlbcmd CLI. a connect command is issued using parameters to point the connection to a certain talkgroup defined by port number, used protocol and audio compression (-a = ADPCM compression, -r = RTP protocol)
Connection to *RNET_Primary* talkgroup
By issuing connect command using tlbcmd CLI a connection to the primary talkgroup is established.
tlb> connect -a -r 10.36.99.1
Connecting to "10.36.99.1".
Connection can be checked using the users command which will list all ’users’ which the node is connected to.
1. *RNET_Primary* CP1af
Connection to *RNET_Bulletin* talkgroup
By issuing connectcommand using tlbcmd CLI a monitor-only connection to the Bulletin talkgroup is established. Bulletin talkgroup is available on port 2078 and that has to be indicated in the connection command.;
tlb> connect -a -r -m -p 2078 10.36.99.1
Connection to *RNET_Test* talkgroup
By issuing connect command using tlbcmd CLI a connection to the test talkgroup is established. Test talkgroup is available on port 2076 and that has to be indicated in the connection command;
tlb> connect -a -r -p 2076 10.36.99.1<
Connection to RegioNet regional talkgroups
RegioNet talkgroups have each their own port number in range 73[district]0, so;
OH0 = 7300
OH1 = 7310
OH2 = 7320
OH3 = 7330
OH4 = 7340
OH5 = 7350
OH6 = 7360
OH7 = 7370
OH8 = 7380
OH9 = 7390
By issuing connect command with appropriate RegioNet talkgroup port number using tlbcmd CLI a connection to the appropriate RegioNet talkgroup is established.
tlb> connect -a -r -p 73?0 10.36.99.1