On Jun 16, 2022, at 7:51 AM, lpneblett <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
lpneblett Grandstream Guru, Moderator
What telephone service will be employed? You indicate that the Internet service will probably not be employed and still the normal service disruption you mention likely involves the PSTN being down as well. I am still trying to understand where the HAM aspect comes into play.
No external telephone service.
The primary purpose here is for internal connections among the local phones. The internet connection is for testing and demonstrations.
The ham aspect is a ham transceiver attached to one of the iphones. That allows the system to extend to radio participants.
Setting up the UCM as nothing more than an internal phone system so that calling between extensions is pretty simple.
Simple for you, hard for me.
As you indicated that they are installed and working, which I assume to be with the UCM, I am trying to understand the scope of what is actually needed.
They have worked by dialing the IP address of one another. But the iphones do not always work reliably in that mode, for reasons I do not underdstand.
So I am hopeful that using the UCM will solve that problem and make a more robust and easy to use system
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Thanks for your note. I envision this being used in building or small neighborhood that has no telephone service. The internet connection is probably not used, but may be handy for testing etc, The TP Link is Archer C50. Yes I know about the port on the UCM, but I already have the HTs installed…