Brandmeister & TGIF at the same time

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Brandmeister & TGIF at the same time

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Is it possible to program a hotspot to access both the Brandmeister and the TGIF network without having to reset it back and forth?
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If you are using a single radio hotspot - its not advised, there is too much talk group overlap. If you are using a dual radio hotspot have a search for TGIF I posted a snip for putting TGIF on TS1.
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W2YAL wrote: Wed Feb 13, 2019 7:11 pm Is it possible to program a hotspot to access both the Brandmeister and the TGIF network without having to reset it back and forth?
http://dmr.pgtto.com/tgif-thru-dmrgateway/

This might offer some info.

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You might want to read through this topic: viewtopic.php?f=5&t=1154
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Re: Brandmeister & TGIF at the same time

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I know this is an old topic, but I’m back from a long hiatus and just got back to dmr.
I worked on and off for a few weeks until I understood most of the needs here, for me.
It is possible with the dmrgateway-3 from here (https://github.com/ve3rd/DMRGateway-3)

I had best luck with a fresh install of pi-star, then the nextion install, then the gateway.

Then I cloned the card and gave it to my buddy so he didn’t have to suffer through it.
Mark Hogan
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