|Live Net watch:
page consists of 3 tables; Managers, Current Talker
and Call History. Between Managers and Current
Talker are Conference Connections (no table, series
Manager Table: shows that the green peer
(usually a repeater) is the source, the reds
indicate destination peers. The red or green
at the top of each peer indicates timeslot 1 is
active and the bottom indicated timeslot 2.
The left or right sides of the peer icons show green
or red if data is passing on TS 1, TS 2 or both.
If a peer icon goes yellow, then that is an
indication that there are network problems, usually
minor but occasionally serious. Contact the
c-bridge admin if you want more info on any issues.
Connections: CC's are the pipes that carry
talkgroups to other c-Bridges. The Control
Center name and Link ID (LID) are the labels shown
inside each icon. "DCI 19" is Comm 1 as an
Current Talker and
Call History are the same as other Net watches
are the same as you have seen elsewhere.
Other Information: Each Gateway or Control
Center must have a unique name, This is T6-DCI which
is the main c-Bridge for the DCI organization.
Control Center: DCI is the QB
or part of the backbone talkgroup server
The master repeater is
listed first in each row of the table. If the
c-Bridge is the Master on the manager then it is
first and is typically labeled as: DCI xx.
Any "RDAC"s logged onto
an IPSC network will never show red or blue activity
as they are not passing any voice traffic.