WARC operates an EchoIRLP node on our linked repeater system. EchoIRLP provides both EchoLink and IRLP functionality on the one system.

Our EchoLink is 179190 VK2RWG-R

Our IRLP is 6260

To connect to a node, key up your radio, announce your callsign and intention then dial the desired node number. If all works well, the system should connect you.

To disconnect from a node, key up your radio announce your callsign and intention, then send 73. It should then disconnect from the node.

To test your radios audio, there is an Echo Reflector available, which will allow you to transmit to it and then play it back to you. This is handy to see how your radio sounds, or possibly hear any unusual noises on your signal that people may tell you about. To access it, key up your radio, announce your callsign and intention, then dial 9990. The node should announce that you are connected. Any transmission it hears whilst connected will be played back, so please make sure you disconnect with a 73 when done.

Other features available via DTMF are:

#0 = Current node status

#1 = Current time

#2 = Current weather in Wagga including temp, rainfall, wind, barometric pressure and humidity

#3 = Current weather in Griffith including temp, rainfall, wind, barometric pressure and humidity

#4 = Current weather in Temora including temp, rainfall, wind, barometric pressure and humidity