More details on using
the back-up secondary c-Bridge
When the c-Bridge
fails, all repeaters in the PNW network
will continue to operate in stand alone
mode, they may continue to operate
normally with local users able to talk
to other local users. Some of the
repeaters may continue to maintain
connections with other repeaters.
Moses Lake and Ellensburg as well as
Bellingham and Ferndale are examples.
the primary c-Bridge fails, the back-up
must manually connect to our Master
repeaters and Bridget server.
There will likely be some delays on
transition based on an effort to
re-energize the primary or immediately
go to the back-up.
Bridget will continue to function and it
might be a good place to meet on
talkgroup Local 9, for the latest
information. Of course the IO
Group Forum will be used to further spread the
PNW repeater or repeater IPSC network
that does make the switch to a Master
repeater, will be added to our secondary
c-Bridge. Currently there are only
2 WA repeaters running in master mode.
Over time we will switch more of our WA
repeaters over to Master when static,
public facing IP's are available.
states are welcome to join in if they
wish. As most of the WA repeaters
are under the same ownership, those
repeaters are in the queue to be changed
to the master mode when and where
possible. Much like the slow
implementation of the de-clustering
project, these changes will likely come
slowly as every repeater site must be
visited to make the change, if the site
Internect connection will support it.