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[aprssig] Puget Sound packet hog counter

Robert Bruninga bruninga at usna.edu
Thu Mar 24 15:45:17 UTC 2005


>I just looked at the packet hog usage,...
>at.  http://packet.fortgirlfriend.com/usage.html 

I sure wish this page displayed the full PATH or a link to it.
It does have a column that shows ****CHECK*** though
I'm not sure what that means.  But it does not show if
RELAY or WIDE preceeds the display.

In the example you gave, the station is using 
RELAY,TRACE3-3 and it is the RELAY that is causing all 
the dupes, since RELAY and WIDE have no dupe
eliimination mechanism.

We have got to get people to realize that beginning a path
with RELAY is a definate DUPE generator, and that it
should not be generally used.  Especially in areas 
saturated with mountain top digis...

de WB4APR, Bob

>>
> You might consider adding another link to findu's data, the raw data
> with timestamps would be particularly useful for analyzing these
> packets:
>
> http://www.findu.com/cgi-bin/raw.cgi?call=k4hg&time=1 
>
> Perhaps put the link in the packets today column...
>
> Steve K4HG
>
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