TGIF Network - Account Setup
In the new network implementation there are two modes of joining the server with your hotspot.
The method which uses the default dmr password ‘passw0rd’ is called a ‘Legacy Connection’. In addition to this, there is now an alternative type of connection which we call a ‘Secured Connection’.
The secure type connection involves a station creating an account on the tgif website (currently at prime.tgif.network) and verifying their email and account which will then give the ability to generate a secure dmr network connection password which is unique for that user and will be configured into the hotspot along with their dmr id.
Both implementations will be supported, which means you will always be able to connect the “legacy” way which is what everyone is used
to now, although during the beta period these types of connections have been disabled. This means if you want to help beta test you will need to register for an account and get your secure login credentials.
Firstly, head over to https://prime.tgif.network and you should be presented with a page like this:
Now, either click the ‘Login or Register’ hyperlink in the centre of the page, or click the “Registration” dropdown menu top right and click Register.
If you already have an account, go ahead and just login with your CALLSIGN and account password here.
If you have issues verifying your email or have any other questions, please send an email to email@example.com and we will get you fixed up quickly.
If you do not have an account click the green ‘Register’ button at the top left of the page.
Fill out the registration form on this page and submit it. You should receive an email containing a link you can click to verify your account. Make sure to check your spam folders and trash and
wait at least 10 minutes if you do not see the email immediately.
If you still do not receive the email please send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and include your callsign and we will verify
your account for you.
After you click the verification url in the email it should bring you back to the sign in page.
You may now login using your CALLSIGN (not your email) and account password then entering the captcha text and clicking the ‘Login’ button.
If you encounter any problems, email us at email@example.com and remember to include your callsign in the email. If everything goes well,
you should be redirected to the main page and displayed will be one of two messages.
For most people your account will be verified almost immediately, but for some it may take up to 24 hours.
If it takes longer than that please send us an email.