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SVXREFLECTOR(1)			 User Manuals		       SVXREFLECTOR(1)

NAME
       svxreflector - The SvxLink conference server audio reflector

SYNOPSIS
       svxreflector [--help] [--daemon]	[--logfile=log file] [--config=config-
       uration file] [--pidfile=pid file] [--runasuser=user name]

DESCRIPTION
       The svxreflector	server is used to interconnect multiple	SvxLink	 nodes
       into  one network. All audio sent to the	reflector from one node	is re-
       transmitted on all other	connected nodes. Only one talker is allowed at
       a  time so if another node starts sending audio when another one	is al-
       ready active, the second	node will not interrupt	the first talker.

       A TCP/IP	connection is used for the control messages and	the  audio  is
       transported  via	 UDP.  Make sure to open up the	configured TCP and UDP
       ports in	your firewall for incoming traffic on the server.  By  default
       the port	number is set to 5300 for both TCP and UDP. The	clients	do not
       have to open any	ports in their firewall. Each node must	have a	unique
       user ID,	typically the callsign.	 It is not allowed for a client, using
       the same	user ID, to connect more than one time to the server. The con-
       nections	are password protected.

       On the SvxLink node side, a ReflectorLogic should be used to connect to
       the SvxReflector	server.	The connection to the SvxReflector from	 other
       logics  in  that	 node  can be activated	and deactivated	using standard
       logic linking. Read more	about how to set up a  SvxLink	node  for  use
       with the	SvxReflector in	the svxlink.conf(5) manual page.

OPTIONS
       --help Print a help message and exit.

       --daemon
	      Start the	SvxReflector server as a daemon.

       --runasuser
	      Start  SvxReflector as the specified user. The switch to the new
	      user will	happen after the log and pid files has been opened.

       --logfile=log file
	      Specify a	log file to put	 all  output  into.  Both  stdout  and
	      stderr will be redirected	to the log file.

       --pidfile=pid file
	      Specify a	pid file to write the process ID into.

       --config=configuration file
	      Specify which configuration file to use.

FILES
       /etc/svxlink/svxreflector.conf
	      The system wide configuration file. See svxreflector.conf(5) for
	      further details.

       ~/.svxlink/svxreflector.conf
	      Per user configuration file. See svxreflector.conf(5)  for  fur-
	      ther details.

       /etc/svxlink/svxreflector.d/*
	      Additional  configuration	 files.	This directory is setup	by the
	      CFG_DIR configuration variable.

ENVIRONMENT
       HOME   Used to find the per user	configuration file.

AUTHOR
       Tobias Blomberg (SM0SVX)	<sm0svx	at users dot sourceforge dot net>

REPORTING BUGS
       SvxLink Devel <svxlink-devel at lists dot sourceforge dot net>

SEE ALSO
       svxreflector.conf(5), svxlink(1), svxlink.conf(5),

Linux				 OCTOBER 2017		       SVXREFLECTOR(1)

NAME | SYNOPSIS | DESCRIPTION | OPTIONS | FILES | ENVIRONMENT | AUTHOR | REPORTING BUGS | SEE ALSO

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