As it is obvious we see the Hamshack Hotline growing here in the US, but also starting to spread into other countries. We already have a fair share from our neighbours to the North in Canada, a few in the U.K, and one in Thailand. We at the Hamshack Hotline are reaching out, to find others who are interested & able to provide Regional servers in various locations outside of the US. This growth plan will provide more efficient call routing & scalability. Please let us know if you would like to contribute to the success and growth of Hamshack Hotline overseas.
We thank AmateurLogic for their kind assessment of Hamshack Hotline. Note review of Hamshack Hotline at about the 26:50 minute mark.
HHX folks just giving an update here. We know that there are approximately 10 of you, with tickets into the help desk. We on the HHC side are able to see that, however Jeff Dale is in charge of that system and we on the Core side have no administration rights to it. We have reached out to Jeff and awaiting a reply on this issue. Thank You for your patience.
#Hamradio #ARRL folks, a few months ago, I launched a free world-wide IP telephone network. In a short order of time, we are soon to pass 200 connected phones! This exclusive network is known as the Hamshack Hotline, or HH for short.
Here is a map of the entire USA showing where these phones are online. We have explosive growth in the northeast, and in the southeast. HH has various conference bridges both public and for specific groups for meetings and tactical communications.
We are inviting Hams who have access to datacenter infrastructure in other continents; Asia, Africa, South America, Europe to spin up servers in their regions and tie them into the HH Core network here in Boston. We are also inviting Hams who would be interested in staffing our level 1 helpdesk.
HH is not intended to replace radio, but rather add to the communications arsenal and compliment emergency/disaster tactical communications. HH can also be deployed over Broadband HamNet mesh in disaster situations. Anywhere an IP network can be deployed, you can deploy HH phones in tactical locations.
Good morning to all our Hotline users. I am extending an invitation for you to be part of the success and efficiency of Hamshack Hotline, by you too volunteering some of your time. We would like to have some folks step up, and assist in the tier one and two technical support for our help desk.
We are also looking for technical writers who can create understandable information, to push forth technical instructions to those with slightly less technical understandings.
With HH Core and HH Experimental, we are expecting an increase use of the Hamshack Hotline. To maintain the smooth operation, and resolutions of issues we need you the user to step up.
If interested please place your interest in comment section below. I will compile a list. Then I can set up a conference some evening.
Well we have been up and going now for about 2 months now. There have been some learning curves on all fronts. From technical, social media, to the end user. Happy to report nothing major or detrimental to the Hamshack Hotline VoIP PBX system.
We at the Hamshack Hotline Team have been very excited to see the growth of the PBX system. We currently have several EOC’s that are implementing the phones into there communications centers. We are hoping as the system is used in real time, that you all will report back the pro’s and Con’s of it.
My goal as a web master is to hopefully to get some write ups, pictures, and video’s of the Hamshack Hotline in use, and any operational and or technical tips you might have.