I frequently connect to East Coast Reflector Hub #2 (45192) - http://eastcoastreflector.com/ - The Winsystem Allstar Hub (2560) http://www.winsystem.org/ and others to be announced.
HUBNet (41522) Manchester, UK -
Allstar Info https://www.hamvoip.org
AllStar Link Node # 50795 the Radio Frequency is 446.387.5 MHz FM & PLL is 114.8 and my Node ID is KJ7VZY - the location is Grants Pass, OR. United States. Site Name is Home UHF/Radio & TX/RX Equipment - Mobile Base Kenwood Model # TK-805D with a Power output of 5 watts with a 1/4 wave length mag mount antenna. A modified CM108 sound fob suitable for commercial radios connected to a Raspberry Pi 3 (RPi3) with the (RPi2-3_V1.6-01_Allstar.img) Linux installed and connected to The Internet. An HT RadioShack HTX-420 or equivalent transceiver with a DTMF tone generator keypad and PLL tones is used to transmit to and receive from the Kenwood TK-805D for controlling the network connections to other nodes and/or Reflectors anywhere in the world I choose to talk with and/or listen to other Amateur radio operators including Linked Repeaters and Echolink connections.
I am also using a YaesuVX-7R HT to receive the transmitted RF/FM audio and PLL/DTMF tones connected from the ear phone out to an M-Audio USB Pro sound mixer device to feed the received audio to a Raspberry Pi 3 (RPi3) with a Linux driven OS to stream both the received and transmitted local Simplex RF/FM audio signal from my Kenwood mobile Simplex node and/or an HT or other mobile radio, the FM audio signal is then directly uploaded to my Audio feed on Broadcastify.com