I have my PiStar-Remote configured as such:
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[enable] enabled=true [keeper] callsign=WD4DAN [dmr] # TG commands svckill=8999999 svcrestart=8999998 reboot=8999997 shutdown=8999996 hostfiles=8999995
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[DMR Network 1] Enabled=1 Location=1 Id=3100312 Address=3104.master.brandmeister.network Password="xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx" Port=62031 Name=BM_3104_United_States TGRewrite0=2,9,2,9,1 TypeRewrite1=1,9990,1,9990 TypeRewrite2=2,9990,2,9990 PassAllPC1=1 PassAllPC2=2 PassAllTG1=1 PassAllTG2=2 [DMR Network 4] Enabled=1 Name=TGIF_Network PCRewrite1=1,4009990,1,9990,1 PCRewrite2=2,4009990,2,9990,1 TypeRewrite1=1,4009990,1,9990 TypeRewrite2=2,4009990,2,9990 TGRewrite1=1,4000001,1,1,999999 TGRewrite2=2,4000001,2,1,999999 SrcRewrite1=1,9990,1,4009990,1 SrcRewrite2=2,9990,2,4009990,1 SrcRewrite3=1,1,1,4000001,999999 SrcRewrite4=2,1,2,4000001,999999 Address=tgif.network Password="xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx" Port=62031 Location=0 Debug=0 Id=3100312
According to the RuleTrace, when I connect to TG 8999998 (which should restart my pistar services), the call gets routed to BrandMeister.
I suspect that is because of the PassAllTG1 and PassAllTG2 rules on the DMR Network 1 (which I have so I don't have to prefix my BrandMeister talkgroups - it makes BrandMeister the "default" network)
I looked and there doesn't seem to be a "Rewrite exclude" rule available for use (which would be a nice thing to have in order to negate the PassAllTG rules)
My question is, how can I have TG 899999x NOT routed to BrandMeister so my PiStar-Remote commands will work, yet still maintain the PassALLTG on BrandMeister network so I don't have to explicitly prefix my talkgroups for BrandMeister?
Thank you for the help!