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XLX Multiprotocol Reflector Gateway for D-Star and Dmr


The XLX Multiprotocol Gateway Reflector Server is part of the software system for the D-Star Network.
The sources are published under GPL Licenses.


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 and 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 registration needed.
  • No DMR-ID needed.
  • 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.
  • Peer to Peer Interlink via XLX protocol
  • XLX120 XLX922 And XLX925 Reflectors

    You can find the dashboards at XLX120 or XLX922 and Ric's MI5DAW at XLX925
    To connect, visit a reflector and see what modules are being used.
    If using an openSPOT, Jumbospot, Zumspot or similar device you can connect via all Dmr and Dstar modes. These Hotspots already has the servers in there databases and this makes it easy to connect to.
    xrf922 ip: or
    xlx925 ip: or

  • Port 30001 (DExtra protocol)
  • Port 20001 (DPlus protocol)
  • Port 30051 (DCS protocol)
  • Port 8880 (DMR+ DMO mode)
  • Port 62030 (MMDVM protocol)
  • Select which module to use A B C D on some software you may have to choose a TG, ie 4001 for A, 4002 for B and so on.

    XLX925 Reflector Links

    Module A CQ-UK
  • CQ-UK Wires-x room 27793
  • YSF GB XLX925
  • Fcs 004 room 20
  • DMR+ Reflector 4409 Slot 2 and user activated Talkgroup 2351 Slot 1
  • XLX/DCS/XRF 925 A
  • Allstar 47845
  • Echolink Mi5daw-L
  • Module B UKHUB
  • Uk Hub Wires-x room 41491
  • Fcs 004 room 31
  • Brandmeister user activated talkgroup 27249 Slot 2
  • XLX / DCS /XRF925 Module B
  • ALLstar 47701
  • Module C The WorldHub
  • Fcs 004 room 80
  • Brandmeister user activated talkgroup 27248 Slot 2
  • ALLSTAR 47137
  • XLX /DCS /XRF 925 Module C
  • Module D Irish Scottish link
  • Wires-x room 41280
  • Fcs 004 room 30
  • Brandmeister user activated talkgroup 27247 slot 2
  • XLX / DCS / XRF 925 D
  • XLX922 Reflector Links

    Module C Scottish Link Pheonix network
  • TG850 Wires-x 41729
  • XLX / DCS / XRF 922 C
  • Module D Irish Scottish Link
  • XLX / DCS /XRF922 Module D
  • YSF GB XLX102 D
  • NXDN Server:10120 Ip: Port: 41400
  • Module E CQ-UK
  • YSF GB XRF922
  • NXDN Server:10922 Ip: Port: 41400
  • P25 Server:10922 Ip: Port:41000
  • XLX /DCS /XRF 925 Module E
  • More Information

  • Sunday night net 20.00 till finish
  • Alaska morning net on B module or time 1800 2000 6 days Monday to Saturday
  • NXDN Reflector For CQ-UK
    10922 41400
    All works well on Jubospot or similar board on a raspberry pi.
    Upgrade Pi-Star to latest version.
    Configuration > Expert > SSH Access
    name pi-star
    password raspberry
    sudo pistar-update
    sudo pistar-upgrade
    May have to run sudo pistar-upgrade a few times until latest version is listed.
    To update the NXDNHost.txt file or other Host files that you want to add reflectors to.
    Configuration > Expert > SSH Access
    name pi-star
    password raspberry
    sudo su
    cd /root
    A list of .txt files should be there.
    pico NXDNHosts.txt
    Add the following lines one for CQUK and one for Irish Scottish Link. Use 2 tabs not spaces.
    10922 41400
    10120 41400
    ctrl + O
    ctrl + X
    sudo pistar-update
    New reflectors will appear at the bottom of reflector list in configuration page.
    Jumbospot or Similar will do all modes. Not all reflectors are added to the pi-star software. Above will let you add your own.
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