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[aprssig] Puget Sound packet hog counter

Robert Bruninga bruninga at usna.edu
Wed Apr 13 01:14:59 UTC 2005

> >I just looked at the packet hog usage in Seattle..
> >at.  http://packet.fortgirlfriend.com/usage.html 

and most of the top channel users are using RELAY or 
WIDE as their first hop.  Unfortunately this is hard to 
see sometimes because most of the packets heard start
with a discrete digi, and unless you get lucky and
hear one direct, you cant tell whether the first digi
is beacuse of RELAY or WIDE or is inserted by the
new n-N paradigm digis that are tracing the path.

But locals can tell by checking to see if that first digi
is a new n-N paradigm digi or not. 

But it does show that the biggest abuse comes from
the use of RELAY and WIDE at the start of a path..


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