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New hotspot server

The new hotspot server is at:

From this point forward you do not need to use any of the TG 480x numbers, just use TG 3801 to 3809.

To access TG 505 just use TG 505.

New server for repeaters

Peter VK3TE has established a new server for RF repeaters.

The server is cross connected to the existing servers, so there will be no disruption in service.

Repeaters will be moved to the new server over the next few weeks.

The new server’s IP address is

Type the IP into your internet browser to see the new repeater dashboard.

There are a number of new international TGs available on the new server – see the http://vkdmr.info/using-dmr/ page for more info.

VK6RPN joins the network

Welcome to VK6RPN 438.275 -7. Located at Singara, Nth Perth.

Changes to VK DMR server use

From 31 MAY 19, Hotspots will use the AUS2 server, and repeaters AUS1.

Mt. Wombat is live

Mt. Wombat repeater is on the network.

438.9 -7

Thanks to Peter VK3TE and the Shepparton club.

View from the Wombat site.
Pic courtesy VK3TE

New SE Melb repeater

VK3RDR Cranbourne 438.2625 -7

Thanks to Peter VK3TE

New Yass repeater on line

A new 70cm repeater for Yass, NSW is now on line.
438.1 -7 

First VK8 repeater joins the network

Welcome to the new Darwin 2m DMR repeater VK8RDM.

146.625  -0.6



Chatswood (Sydney) off the network – faulty.

Update 12 JAN 18 – has been repaired. On the way back.

New hotspot connection info

Click here

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