XASTIR log viewer was [aprssig] Abusive path lists

William McKeehan mckeehan at mckeehan.homeip.net
Wed Feb 9 08:41:08 CST 2005

Perl script: http://mckeehan.homeip.net/javaprs/logview.tar.gz

Extract the two files to a directory; cd into this directory, then run a
command like this:

egrep "^#|WIDE7|WIDE6|WIDE5" ~/.xastir/logs/tnc.log | perl loger.pl

See if you like it; it uses the APRSdec to display the packets.

On Wed, February 9, 2005 9:22 am, Jason Winningham said:
> On Feb 8, 2005, at 9:47 PM, <kb4ytm at charter.net> wrote:
>> Is there a way to possibly track with findu or something similar, a
>> list of aprs stations and digi's with abusive paths (7-7..etc.)?
> I use xastir and typically run with TNC logging on.  Just
> egrep "WIDE7|WIDE6|WIDE5" ~/.xastir/logs/tnc.log | less
> This will give you not only the offenders, but an idea of how many
> times the offensive packets get to you.
> If you want to include xastir's timestamps in the listing, use
> egrep "^#|WIDE7|WIDE6|WIDE5" ~/.xastir/logs/tnc.log | less
> If I had more time I might write a Perl script to generate a report.
> -Jason
> kg4wsv
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William McKeehan
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