P25 Talkgroups / Reflectors

I recently came across this list of P25 talkgroups. Share it with others, please.

Service Talkgroup URL
Worldwide 10100 http://www.george-smart.co.uk/p25/
North America 10200 dvswitch.org/P25_NA
North America TAC 1 10201 http://dvswitch.org/P25_NA_TAC1
Europe 10300 http://p25-eu.n18.de/
Pacific 10400 http://pacificp25.repeaters.info/
Pacific TAC 1 10401 http://pacifictac1.repeaters.info/
Pacific TAC 1 (China 10402 https://hamclub.net/mmdvm/p25/
WICEN 10404 http://p25wicen.repeaters.info
N1AJW Chat 3 http://p25.alecwasserman.com/p25reflector
VK4P25 4 http://p25.duckdns.org
Canada 302 http://p25canada.hopto.org/p25canada
San Diego 858 http://nz6d.dx40.com/p25
Pi-Star Chat 31672
50525 BM Bridge 50525 http://tg50525.repeaters.info
Unlink 9999 Unlink a reflector
Parrot 10 Hear your voice retransmitted

7 thoughts on “P25 Talkgroups / Reflectors”

  1. N6MIK says:

    Hi Michael,
    Thanks for the list. How do I add those that are missing to my pi-star p25 gateway?

    1. Michael says:

      I think you would need to talk to the Pi-Star team. I don’t know how they get their host list for the P-25 Reflectors.

  2. N6MIK says:

    Update – The P25 hosts file is located at /usr/local/etc/P25Hosts.txt – edit that, and new reflectors are available in the webUI.

  3. add to /root/P25Hosts.txt ;

    # VK4
    4 p25.duckdns.org 41004

    # Canada 302
    302 p25canada.hopto.org 41000

    The info above was sourced from VK4TUX directly or indirectly.

  4. Bob says:

    Anyone know if P25 TG allocations are handled the same way DMR TGs are (ie. Ask the BM admins)?

    1. Michael says:

      I don’t think there is any central organization. Monitor a talkgroup, key up and ask if anyone is monitoring. If not, go for it.

    2. Michael says:

      I don’t think there is any central organization. I noticed the Pi-Star team has a database they use with their app. You might want to reach out to them. http://www.pistar.uk/p25_reflectors.php

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