If you like to connect with a reflector on Dstar we know the usual way.

Unlink

YOUR: U
RPT1: PI1UTR B
RPT2: PI1UTR G

Link to a new reflector

YOUR: DCS007 (x)
RPT1: PI1UTR B
RPT2: PI1UTR G

Linking to a reflector is done in the way above.

Resent i did hear that connecting to a reflector can also be done with DTMF.
As D-star is very new there is not much info on the internet about it.
Lucky i found some info on a few UK site about linking with DTMF.

Example:

DTMF commands

0 = Link Status
# = Unlink
*36A = Link to Dplus Reflector 36A
D502 = Link to DCS005B (UK National DCS Reflector)
D513 = Link to DCS005M (Midland DCS Reflector)

It’s still in the testing fase. But if you like to try it working on the dutch repeater Pi1UTR.
I have no idea if this works on any other repeater.

Another question is how does it work on my IC-E92D.

Just program it on the DTMF memmories. There are 10 places.
When you key the TX then press the number to send the DTMF code.

Example:

CHN01: *D701*

Press TX and hold it. Then press 1. Your IC92D will send *D701* as a tone slot to the repeater.
If the repeater know this DTMF code it will connect to the reflector you like to hear.

Ofcourse there are many more dtmf tone slots. Look on http://www.xreflector.net/neu3/

Module
Group
Links
(Total: 35)
DTMF
YourCall
A
World Wide
D701
DCS007AL
B
Nederland
21
D702
DCS007BL
C
Nederland-Noord
D703
DCS007CL
D
Nederland-Midden
D704
DCS007DL
E
Nederland-Zuid
D705
DCS007EL
F
Friesland
1
D706
DCS007FL
G
Groningen
D707
DCS007GL
H
Noord Holland
D708
DCS007HL
I
Zuid Holland
D709
DCS007IL
J
Flevoland
9
D710
DCS007JL
K
Drenthe
D711
DCS007KL
L
Limburg
D712
DCS007LL
M
Gelderland
D713
DCS007ML
N
Noord Brabant
D714
DCS007NL
O
Overijssel
D715
DCS007OL
P
Zeeland
D716
DCS007PL
Q
DARES
D717
DCS007QL
R
Antillen
D718
DCS007RL
S
Aruba
D719
DCS007SL
T
Techniek
D720
DCS007TL
U
Utrecht
4
D721
DCS007UL
V
DWGN
D722
DCS007VL
X
Holland-Praag
D724
DCS007XL
Z
ECHO NL
D726
DCS007ZL

Just another 2 centof my knowledge .