This page is where you can find the latest information on my IRLP node including any changes. I will be listing the control codes here instead of the IRLP status page to make it easier to find. As i stated in the introduction i started this project in the spring of 2013. The node originally consisted of a Raspberry PI & IRLP board stacked in a plastic case. The radio was a GE MVS that was tuned for amateur frequencies. Being a completely new to Linux this has been & still is a learning project for me. After struggling for about a year with different issues related to RF and the fragile nature of the Raspberry PI i started to look for a way to make the node more robust. In the spring of 2014 with the announcement of the next generation IRLP and a subsequent post of the IRLP yahoo group detailing the parts needed i decided to go that way. The node now consists of an Intel DN2800MT mother board with an Intel dual core Atom processor running @ 1.86ghz with 4GB of ram and a 60GB primary drive. At the same time i rebuilt the node i also replaced the node radio with a Yaesu FT-2600. Below are some pictures detailing the construction. Update: As of June 2016 the Ft-2600 is no longer in use. The node is now linked to the repeater fulltime.Http iframes are not shown in https pages in many major browsers. Please read this post for details.