You can use this connector to connect to a network which supports the NXDNReflector protocol, like NXDNReflector servers.
The easiest way is to use the Quick setup to connect to these networks.
NXDNReflector servers handle only one talkgroup. You can find each server's talkgroup ID in the server list, or if you enable Advanced mode, then the talkgroup ID setting will be shown.
- If you use NXDN modem mode, then make sure you send your calls as a group call to the talkgroup ID, otherwise the server will ignore your calls. Also make sure you have the talkgroup ID in your SelCall list (if SelCall is enabled), otherwise you won't hear incoming calls on your radio.
If you use cross modem modes, then send your calls as a group call to the talkgroup ID, otherwise the server will ignore your calls.
If you use a DMR radio, then make sure the talkgroup ID is set as the TX contact for the current channel in your radio, or the talkgroup ID is in an RX group list which is assigned to the current channel of your radio, otherwise you won't hear incoming calls from the server.
You can also set the Default cross mode destination ID to the talkgroup ID and enable Always use this ID in cross mode. These settings are available on the Settings page, NXDN settings section. This way your cross mode calls will be always sent to the correct talkgroup ID.
Switching NXDNReflector servers using your radio
You can switch NXDNReflector servers with your radio by calling the desired server's ID with a private call.
Cross mode usage
The NXDNReflector connector is an NXDN connector, but it supports DMR and C4FM cross modem modes.
You can switch NXDNReflector servers with your DMR radio by calling the desired server's ID with a private call.
You can switch NXDNReflector servers with your C4FM radio by entering the Special command/cross mode private call DTMF code DTMF code (by default it's *) followed by the desired server's ID (5 numbers).
You can also use the Wires-X button menu of your C4FM radio to select/search for servers.