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[aprssig] Sample Digi-Ned ini file for the new no relay/wide system

Gale D. Wilkinson gdwrbw at ftc-i.net
Mon Apr 11 17:50:45 UTC 2005


This is a copy of my digi_ned.ini file showing how we have it set here 
in central South Carolina.  It is configured to do the following:
1.  Relay & Wide are ignored.
2.  Wide1-1 is treated as the old Relay was.
3.  If a packet is received directly (max 1 hop away) and the n-n is 
excessive (7-7, 6-6, etc) it will have the path changed to Wide2-1 (one 
hop completed by this digi and one to go) as 2 hops will cover a good 
portion of the state.  Plus the fact is that I am also an I-Gate so a 
long path is not needed.
4.  If a packet is received that is on its 3rd or later hop, then is an 
unwanted dx packet and is dropped on the floor.

What all of this does is allow any visitors wandering through with 
excessive paths to get out (and to an I-Gate), but will drop all of the 
out of state and non local area traffic.  Since we have implemented this 
here we have had over 40% less packets on rf, and the local mobiles are 
getting in much better.

Note that Henk was a lot of help in getting this to do exactly what we 
wanted here.  Thanks Henk!

    Gale
    KC4PL

; digi_ned.ini
; PE1DNN
; Added logfile to show you what happens with various calls
; and paths...
;logfile: kc4pl.log

version: 2.1
;
;this stops my second port from transmitting (receive only port from the 
mic-e system
; uhf link on our local repeater)
command: !ptt x0xxxxxx
;
send: 30 all WIDE2-2
digibcon.ini
send: 10 all ID
digi_id.ini
digipeat: all DIGI_CALL all
;
; PE1DNN
; About: "digipeat: all relay,wide,sc all"
; 1) I think Bob doesn't want plain WIDE anymore
; 2) So we only want to react to on RELAY, WIDEn-N, SCn-N
;    and our own call. We already had our own call and
;    WIDEn-N and SCn-N are all mentioned below
; 3) We only want to act on relay if it is the first
;    digipeater in the list
; Conclusion, we only need RELAY and use digi_first:...
;
; KC4PL
;  As we do not want to do relay here, but do want to use
;  the new wide1-1 replacement, the relay in the following
;  statement was replaced by wide1-1
digifirst: all wide1-1 all
;
; If a mobile happens to wander through the local
; area with a monster path, we want them to be
; digi'd, but with a more reasonable path.  So if
; the path is a wideX-X where both values are the
; same (first hop) then digi the packet, but
; change the wide value to 2-1 (2-2 with one hop
; completed). Or if it is the second hop (from
; outside the local area) do the same thing
; However, if this packet is from outside of the
; local area and has already made 2 hops or more
;to get to us, the drop it on the floor.
;
; In short, we want to ignore anything that takes
; more than 2 hops to get to us as it is more
; than likely that is is from out of state and is
;definitely not from our "local" area.
;
digipeat: all wide7-7 all replace DIGI_CALL,wide2-1
digipeat: all wide7-6 all replace DIGI_CALL,wide2-1
;digipeat: all wide7-5 all replace DIGI_CALL,wide2-1
;digipeat: all wide7-4 all replace DIGI_CALL,wide2-1
;digipeat: all wide7-3 all replace DIGI_CALL,wide2-1
;digipeat: all wide7-2 all replace DIGI_CALL,wide2-1
;digipeat: all wide7-1 all replace2 DIGI_CALL,wide2
;------------------------------------------------------------------------------
digipeat: all wide6-6 all replace DIGI_CALL,wide2-1
digipeat: all wide6-5 all replace DIGI_CALL,wide2-1
;digipeat: all wide6-4 all replace DIGI_CALL,wide2-1
;digipeat: all wide6-3 all replace DIGI_CALL,wide2-1
;digipeat: all wide6-2 all replace DIGI_CALL,wide2-1
;digipeat: all wide6-1 all replace2 DIGI_CALL,wide2
;------------------------------------------------------------------------------
digipeat: all wide5-5 all replace DIGI_CALL,wide2-1
digipeat: all wide5-4 all replace DIGI_CALL,wide2-1
;digipeat: all wide5-3 all replace DIGI_CALL,wide2-1
;digipeat: all wide5-2 all replace DIGI_CALL,wide2-1
;digipeat: all wide5-1 all replace2 DIGI_CALL,wide2
;------------------------------------------------------------------------------
digipeat: all wide4-4 all replace DIGI_CALL,wide2-1
digipeat: all wide4-3 all replace DIGI_CALL,wide2-1
;digipeat: all wide4-2 all replace DIGI_CALL,wide2-1
;digipeat: all wide4-1 all replace2 DIGI_CALL,wide2
;------------------------------------------------------------------------------
digipeat: all wide3-3 all replace DIGI_CALL,wide2-1
digipeat: all wide3-2 all replace DIGI_CALL,wide2-1
;digipeat: all wide3-1 all replace2 DIGI_CALL,wide2
;------------------------------------------------------------------------------
digipeat: all wide2-2 all replace DIGI_CALL,wide2-1
digipeat: all wide2-1 all replace2 DIGI_CALL,wide2
;------------------------------------------------------------------------------
; Note that Wide1-1 is commented out below.  This is
; because it is already being handled by the
; digifirst command at the top of the ini file.
;
;digipeat: all wide1-1 all replace2 DIGI_CALL,wide1
;------------------------------------------------------------------------------
;Handle SCN-N with no special handling required
;
; PE1DNN
; 1) I assume that if the packet has not been digipeated
;    before, we should leave our call as entry-digi. The
;    others will work as WIDEn-N used to work in the past
;    digifirst: will work if the call is found and the
;    packet has never been digipeated by anybody before
;    diginext: will work if the call is found and the
;    packet has been digipeated by somebody before
; 2) We should use "replace0" when we don't want the
;    SCn-N to marked as "used" before N reaches zero.
;
; KC4PL
; For the SS (state) paths, we don't really care about
; the path length as it will never get out of the state
; to QRM digi's in the surrounding area.  Though in
; reality, for a state the size of ours, 4 hops would
; probably be a more practical limit.
;
;------------------------------------------------------------------------------
digifirst: all sc7-7 all replace DIGI_CALL,sc7-6
diginext: all sc7-7 all replace0 sc7-6
digipeat: all sc7-6 all replace0 sc7-5
digipeat: all sc7-5 all replace0 sc7-4
digipeat: all sc7-4 all replace0 sc7-3
digipeat: all sc7-3 all replace0 sc7-2
digipeat: all sc7-2 all replace0 sc7-1
digipeat: all sc7-1 all replace sc7
;------------------------------------------------------------------------------
digifirst: all sc6-6 all replace DIGI_CALL,sc6-5
diginext: all sc6-6 all replace0 sc6-5
digipeat: all sc6-5 all replace0 sc6-4
digipeat: all sc6-4 all replace0 sc6-3
digipeat: all sc6-3 all replace0 sc6-2
digipeat: all sc6-2 all replace0 sc6-1
digipeat: all sc6-1 all replace sc6
;------------------------------------------------------------------------------
digifirst: all sc5-5 all replace DIGI_CALL,sc5-4
diginext: all sc5-5 all replace0 sc5-4
digipeat: all sc5-4 all replace0 sc5-3
digipeat: all sc5-3 all replace0 sc5-2
digipeat: all sc5-2 all replace0 sc5-1
digipeat: all sc5-1 all replace sc5
;------------------------------------------------------------------------------
digifirst: all sc4-4 all replace DIGI_CALL,sc4-3
diginext: all sc4-4 all replace0 sc4-3
digipeat: all sc4-3 all replace0 sc4-2
digipeat: all sc4-2 all replace0 sc4-1
digipeat: all sc4-1 all replace sc4
;------------------------------------------------------------------------------
digifirst: all sc3-3 all replace DIGI_CALL,sc3-2
diginext: all sc3-3 all replace0 sc3-2
digipeat: all sc3-2 all replace0 sc3-1
digipeat: all sc3-1 all replace sc3
;------------------------------------------------------------------------------
digifirst: all sc2-2 all replace DIGI_CALL,sc2-1
diginext: all sc2-2 all replace0 sc2-1
digipeat: all sc2-1 all replace sc2
;------------------------------------------------------------------------------
digipeat: all sc1-1 all replace sc1
;------------------------------------------------------------------------------
ssid_ignore_prefix: ~
;
; PE1DNN
; About: preempt: all RELAY IGNORE
; 1) Preempt works by examining every VIA call in sequence against
;    all preempt rules. The first hit wins. When we have a "preempt"
;    rule for RELAY and RELAY is the first in the VIA list then a
;    match is found immediately. So the digipeater will not look
;    further for our own call, WIDEn-N or SCn-N. If we want this
;    then the only way to have this is not to preempt on RELAY.
; 2) When dropping "preempt" for RELAY try skip over RELAY by
;    preempting on DIGI_CALL, WIDE* and SC*.
;
; PE1DNN
; 1) In case of KC4PL,RELAY it will handle KC4PL but unfortunately
;    leave RELAY. This is not what we want, but I don't know how
;    to prevent it, since:
; 2) We cannot have KC4PL rewrite the path to overwrite RELAY since
;    the path may be something like KC4PL,KD4RDB or KC4PL,SC3-3 and
;    of course the malicious KC4PL,RELAY.
; 3) When we receive something like ACALL*,RELAY the digipeater
;    will ignore the packet, so we at least make sure it doesn't
;    work on our digipeater.
;
preempt: all DIGI_CALL
;
; PE1DNN
; 1) We also want to skip over RELAY etc if there is a WIDEn-N or SCn-N
;    call in the list.
; 2) WIDE* and SC* digipeat rules will overwrite the path, do no worries
;    about RELAY's located after the WIDEn-N or SCn-N.
; 3) Using WIDE* and SC* will also preempt a single WIDE and SC, we only
;    want it to react on WIDE and SC with a digit. A ! will match a digit
;
preempt: all WIDE!*
preempt: all SC!*
;
; PE1DNN
; 1) If we skip over call normally the calls skipped over are put after
;     the call we preempted. We don't need it since we are going
;     to replace the remaining calls anyway. So keep nothing...
;
preempt_never_keep: *
;
size_heard_list: 100
size_heard_show: 16
keep_time: 540
short_keep_time: 10
data_prefix: :?
message_file: digi_ned.mes
message_keep_time: 900
;
; PE1DNN
; 1) WIDE is gone, so message path should not be WIDE...
;
message_path: all WIDE1-1
max_msg_hops: 2
block: N0CALL,NOCALL,MYCALL
msg_block: N0CALL,NOCALL,MYCALL
kenwood_mode: 2
digi_owner: KC4PL-1
enable_exit: 1
digi_call: KC4PL
;
; PE1DNN
;OLD: digi_dest: APND0S
; 1) I see APDN0S which is for version 0.2.8, the latest is 0.3.5
;    I hope all the features I used work on that one...
digi_dest: APND0Z



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