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[aprssig] Re: Elimination of Directed First-Hop

Robert Bruninga bruninga at usna.edu
Fri Apr 15 01:12:18 UTC 2005


Dennis,
If you are concerned about WIDE2-2 actually being 3
hops in your area where you have all UIDIGI ROM digis,
I wonder if there is not a way you can filter out the 3rd hop.

ANd since UIDIG has 8 UIDIGI settings, you should be
able to filter out most of theQRM from out of area.

Just put these in your ALIAS list:

WIDE2-1, WIDE3-1, WIDE3-2, WIDE4-1, WIDE4-2, WIDE4-4, WIDE5-5, WIDE6-6

This will trap abusers of 4-4, 5-5, 6-6, and 7-7 as is desired
under the New n-N paradigm, but it will also stop that last
extra hop on the WIDE3's and WIDE2's...

Check my work. I gotta run.
Bob

>>> Dennis Hudson <n2lbt at spamcop.net> 4/14/05 12:32:09 PM >>>
>The metro area of Albany, NY is surrounded by 3 high profile 
>digipeaters that most users can hit with 5 watts on first hop.
>SNIP
>We really want to keep our traffic under control. A generic WIDE2-2 
>would flood them with crap they just don't want to see. Maybe, WIDE2-1

>until we get the new uidigi code to fix the bug.
> It's a absolute mess East of here. RELAY,WIDE3-3 is the norm...





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