Copyright: The XLX Multiprotocol Gateway Reflector Server is part of the software system for the D-Star Network. The sources are published under GPL Licenses.
Description: The system is composed by a server core completely written in C++ and a Dashboard in PHP. XLX is the first and only multiprotocol Reflector system until now and supports all standard D-Star protocols like DCS, Dextra and DPlus fully transparent. The Keynotes are:
- Written in C++ heavy object oriented. - Multithread (do the multithread easy expandable). - Bridged multiprotocol, (DCS, DExtra an DPlus). - Polymorph, (if your node is linked on DCSxxx, the Core will be showed as DCS Reflector to your node or Dongle. Same for XRFxxx or REFxxx). - Easy and fast installation on Linux Server (we only use standard libraries). - Runs as a daemon. - No Database is needed, we use live output to an .xml file. - JSON interface. - No DMR-ID nedded. - The Dashboard is completely written in PHP. - Custom Dashboards are possible do to the .xml output file of the core server. - Access control via black and white lists.
You can find our Dashboard at XLX270 A beta version of live 3D visualization can be viewed at RepNet For more information’s feel free to contact us at email@example.com
If you are interesting in our solution please visit our support group @ xlxd-star
Managed to get it to compile on CentOS 6, with a bit of assistance from the guys on the xlxd Yahoo group.Will do some testing, once it's all registered. Will be interested to see how the DMR support works, and what it can be integrated with.
According to multiple requests, interlink between the XLX Servers seams to be more important than DMR support. So we changed our priorities and put the interlink integration on the first place of our roadmap.
The next release of the XLX Multiprotocol Gateway Reflector system will have integrated interlink feature between XLX Servers build in.
Hello, Radio Club Veleta (Granada) testing system in xlx906.radioclubveleta.es, on centos 6.7 server. Whithout Problems Compiling, but .... there is no way to put it at the start of the system, it must be done manually.