Category Archives: IRLP


We have internet service once again to the Beloit 442.800 repeater. Beloit and Osborne are now back on the link system. Thank you for your patience. 73, Justin NV8Q  


The Colby IRLP node has been offline for a couple of days. Michael Albers (K0FJ) reports that the PC will not power on. Expect this node to be offline for at least a couple of weeks while we coordinate the Read more…


An important part of maintaining a critical network that utilizes the Internet is being able to constantly monitor network performance and statistics. Today, we finally accomplished that goal with the addition of the K-Link Network Monitor, provided by UptimeRobot.com. Each Read more…


The K-Link Repeater Network has officially joined the Allstar community. At the center of Allstar is the Asterisk VoIP PBX network that supports many connections and much more flexibility in linking than other internet linking systems. Our Allstar node is Read more…


This evening the IRLP and Broadcastify streaming audio services at El Dorado were restored. Lightning had damaged/destroyed the internet router a couple of ports on the Netgear switch The Raspberry Pi providing the Broadcastify feed The serial connection between the Read more…


On the evening of October 4 our El Dorado repeater site was directly stuck by lightning which knocked the internet system offline. It was also discovered that the internet router was damaged. After initial assessment, it appears that the IRLP Read more…


The Minneapolis IRLP node and Broadcastify feed is currently offline. The cause is unknown and I currently have no ETR, although I will try to get it going this weekend. The impact of this outage that all other IRLP nodes Read more…


Thank you to everyone who donated funds for K-Link at the state convention. It was good seeing everybody and I hope the presentation was useful. A few people asked if the slides would be available for viewing on the website. Read more…


Today we changed out the 146.805 repeater at Topeka. Please note that this repeater no longer uses DCS. The CTCSS tone is 162.2 and the repeater transmits the tone so you can use TSQ to get rid of the squelch Read more…


Jan 11, 2016 Update: We added some information pertaining to the RepeaterBook app update which changes the text size and information display. In this post we’ll look briefly at a few phone apps that are handy for finding repeaters and IRLP nodes while Read more…