[aprssig] 9k6 telemetry
Phillip B. Pacier
ad6nh at arrl.net
Fri Aug 5 10:53:36 CDT 2005
One option would be to introcude a default filter, say b/ISSTLM, on port
20150 that would send a few bytes tricling down to the clients
automatically. This would help defeat the cycling of the connections.
Also, John, you can check your setting for connection time-out due to
non-activity, or whatever it's called in Xastir.
Phil - AD6NH
AE5PL Lists wrote:
>Due to severe bandwidth restrictions at some SatGate locations,
>satgate.aprsca.net does not generate keep-alive comment lines. Be sure
>that the software you are using does not automatically disconnect if it
>does not see data from the server over a period of time.
>Your gated packets may have made it into the system (remember that port
>20150 data does not go into the full APRS-IS by design) but I leave that
>analysis to Bob.
>Pete Loveall AE5PL
>mailto:pete at ae5pl.net
>>From: John Ronan
>>Posted At: Friday, August 05, 2005 4:15 AM
>>Subject: [aprssig] 9k6 telemetry
>>Apologies about this. I received some 9k6 telemetry just now
>>but I'm not sure if it made it into the aprsca.net server as
>>the bytes sent/ received seems quite low and I seem to have
>>lost my connection at some stage as I was only connected to
>>the server for a minute or so before the pass began.
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