ROAMING METHOD 1

Create a channel with the correct CC, TS and TG for each repeater you will be traveling between. Make sure IP Connect is checked. This will only work with “real” DMR Repeaters which has IP Connect like a Motorola XPR or SLR series or Hytera RD series. It will not work with hotspots and most home-brew repeaters.

Create a ROAMing list.

Add the channel in the same way as a scan list, however as a TG specific roam list. Name the roam list the TG, E.G.: TG3100.

Build Sequence from left to finally use >>>>>>>>>>
  Channel List Details   Roam List TG3100 Roam List TG310 Roam List TG311 Roam List TGxxx   Zone Roam
Ch 1 Rptr 1 Freq CC TS IP Site Connect TG3100   Ch 1 Ch 21 Ch 31 Ch x1   Roam TG3100
Ch 2 Rptr 2 Freq CC TS IP Site Connect TG3100   Ch 2 Ch 22 Ch 32 Ch x2   Roam TG310
etc etc   etc etc etc etc   Roam TG311
Ch 21 Rptr 1 Freq CC TS IP Site Connect TG310             Roam TGxxx
Ch 22 Rptr 2 Freq CC TS TG310   RSSI should be round -108. Experimentation may be needed.     These are the channels you actually use
etc etc            
Ch 31 Rptr 1 Freq CC TS IP Site Connect TG311            
Ch 32 Rptr 2 Freq CC TS IP Site Connect TG311            
etc etc            
Ch x1 Rptr 1 Freq CC TS IP Site Connect TGxxx              
Ch x2 Rptr 2 Freq CC TS IP Site Connect TGxxx              
etc etc              

As you move and loose one repeater, the radio will switch to the next repeater in the roam list with adequate signal (usually better than -108db) while your main on the same talk group. Your radio will actually ping the repeater and log on (register).