Callwatch

 
 

PNWDigital c-Bridge Callwatch Pages

PNW  pnw-a.pnwdigital.net:42420 Located in Bremerton, serving repeaters in Washington, West of the Cascades and the Western MMDVM servers
PNW-D pnw-d.pnwdigital.net:42420 Located in Kennewick, serving repeaters in Southeastern Washington, most of Oregon and Utah as well as Parrot, East MMDVM and other specialty servers
PNW-E pnw-e.pnwdigital.net:42420 Located in Spokane, serving repeaters in most of Washington East of the Cascades and Western Idaho
 
PNW-B pnw-b.pnwdigital.net:42420 Located in Freemont California, to be decommissioned by fall of 2020; all repeaters have been moved off and only the Parrot and several MMDVM servers yet to move

 

How it Works

Callwatch:  The latest version of c-Bridge (our networking) software has changed the name of NetWatch to CallWatch.  c-Bridges are computers configured as talkgroup servers and they manage everything that cross into, through and out of, the PNWDigital network.

We maintain 3 primary c-Bridges and they are capable of redundant talkgroup failover service if any one c-Bridge were to fail.  Outside talkgroups come from 3 primary sources; Brandmeister, DMR-MARC and other c-Bridges.  All 3 c-Bridges have incoming talkgroups so that the load is more balanced and any potential failures can be minimized.

 

By selective use of Callwatch, you may search for a single talkgroup, repeater, MMDVM server, a user by call sign or name, a city, town or state, a c-Bridge, etc.  Whatever you wish filter that can appear in Callwatch, is filterable or searchable.

CallWatch typically holds 1,500 call records.  Much of the traffic in our call history is from talkgroups not native to PNWDigital.  There are 2 available filters, Accept text and Reject text  that may be used to reduce the call history.  It can be managed to favor PNWDigital, affiliated networks or conversely to other networks that may be of interest.  Both filters may be used simultaneously as well as with multiple text entries via piping.

It is recommended that members use the links below rather than the stock links in the above table, as your default Callwatch pages to limit the extraneous call entries.

 

Handy Callwatch Filters

PNW-A  a.pnwdigital.info PNW (actual name) is located in Bremerton, serving repeaters in Washington, West of the Cascades and the Western MMDVM servers
PNW-D d.pnwdigital.info Located in Kennewick, serving repeaters in Southeastern Washington, most of Oregon and Utah as well as Parrot, Eastern MMDVM and other specialty servers
PNW-E e.pnwdigital.info Located in Spokane, serving repeaters in most of Washington East of the Cascades and Western Idaho
     
PNW-D MM's mm.pnwdigital.info Shows only MMDVM traffic on the PNWDigital network.  Useful for testing new hotspots or connectivity
PNW-A WA2 Net wa2.pnwdigital.info Shows only Washington 2 traffic.  Useful for watching check-in during some nets

NOTE:  using the "dot info", not to be confused with the "dot net"

 

 

Below are several sample URL's to show the syntax to make use of the dynamic features of CallWatch:

Specialized Sample URL's to Filter Call History

PNW(-A)  pnw-a.pnwdigital.net:42420/CallWatch?filter=PNW Standard filter to try to limit history to only PNWDigital traffic
PNW-D pnw-d.pnwdigital.net:42420/CallWatch?filter=PNW  
PNW-E pnw-e.pnwdigital.net:42420/CallWatch?filter=TAC 310 TAC 310 only, no other talkgroups
 
PNW-A pnw-a.pnwdigital.net:42420/CallWatch?filter=Washington 2 Washington 2 only, good for Gathering or other nets
PNW-A pnw-a.pnwdigital.net:42420/CallWatch?reject=BM-US-3102|BM-US-3103 Excludes traffic from our 2 BM Masters
PNW-A pnw-a.pnwdigital.net:42420/CallWatch?reject=TAC 310|TAC 311|TAC 312 Excludes TAC 310, 311 and 312 traffic
PNW-D http://pnw-d.pnwdigital.net:42420/CallWatch?filter=PNW|HKS|BC-TRBO&reject=TAC 31|Bridge 2 Enables traffic from PNW, HKS and BC-TRBO but excludes the busy TG's of TAC 310-319 and the Bridge
PNW-E http://pnw-e.pnwdigital.net:42420/CallWatch?filter=PNW|HKS|BC TRBO&reject=TAC 31|Bridge|Worldwide|English|Unknown Analog Enables traffic from PNW (all PNW Digital c-Bridges), HKS and BC-TRBO but excludes the busy TG's of TAC 310-319, Bridge, Worldwide, English and Unknown Analog

 

Pipes may be used to stack-up additional accepted or rejected traffic as shown in the above table.  A pipe is the vertical bar, typically a shifted backslash on most keyboards. Some browsers may not accept or stack up the pipes correctly.  You may substitute : %7C for the pipe symbol.  While you are at it, use: %20 rather than a space just to be safe.

Any characters that you see appear in Callwatch can be used for the filter including the pipe character to string text together for filters, including the space. The characters are case sensitive.

You may create your own URL's, save them as favorites and easily customize your traffic history. 

 Revised: 11/20/2020 21:54

 

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