[aprssig] PATH clarification when travelling

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Fri Jul 29 12:52:31 CDT 2005

Paths are acted upon sequentially.  Therefore, if you are in an area
which has no digipeaters that digipeat RELAY, your packet will not be
digipeated since RELAY is the first digipeater in the path.  However, a
NSR digipeater ( http://www.aprs-is.net/nosource_routing.htm ) will
digipeat your packet regardless of your path.


Pete Loveall AE5PL
mailto:pete at ae5pl.net 


	From: Brad Smith
	Posted At: Friday, July 29, 2005 12:45 PM
	Subject: [aprssig] PATH clarification when travelling
	Specifically, if I'm in an area where RELAY has been
discontinued, and a local digi hears the above packet, will it just
ignore the RELAY and deal with the WIDE1-1? Or will the fact RELAY is in
the packet cause the whole thing to be tossed out?

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