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[aprssig] Abusive path lists : my local list

kb4ytm at charter.net kb4ytm at charter.net
Wed Feb 9 20:53:48 UTC 2005


Your right Sean, W1ARN-1. 

Overall I would have to say we are kind of lucky with the amount of traffic. I have seen others talk about the congestion in the larger cities esp on the east coast. 

My only concern is digi owners gettins pee'od and turning them off instead of altering the path's. Maybe that wont be a problem though.

Richard

> 
> From: Sean Jewett <sean at rimboy.com>
> Date: 2005/02/09 Wed PM 06:56:13 GMT
> To: TAPR APRS Mailing List <aprssig at lists.tapr.org>
> Subject: Re: [aprssig] Abusive path lists : my local list
> 
> On Wed, 9 Feb 2005 kb4ytm at charter.net wrote:
> 
> > Here is a quick list of users I see in my log from last couple of days
> > with paths that could be changed. I am seeing these guys in Western part
> > of TN, usually with a few hops left on their paths. Richard
> 
> > WIDE5's
> > W4ARN-1
> 
> Richard,
> 	Sure that that is not W1ARN-1 ?  The best part about it is the
> fact that it's a digi.  We were told he was going to change it to the new
> paradyme (the original one that dropped WIDEn-n) several weeks ago.  In
> fact, he was going to change it the day we saw him at the Gallatin
> hamfest.  To date that change has never occured.  I don't know what it
> will take to get him to change it.  I understand he's busy but we asked
> him over a year ago to make path changes to no avail. 
> 
> It's a well positioned digi that serves the area well when it's not 
> QRM'ing everything with it's RELAY,WIDE1-2 path or other such insanity 
> (you read that right).
> 
> Sean...
> 
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