[aprssig] Digpeater setup
bruninga at usna.edu
Tue Mar 29 20:12:29 CST 2005
>>> wa7ros at juno.com 3/29/05 8:48:27 PM >>>
>> UIDIGI RELAY,WIDE,WIDE6-6,WIDE7-7 (traps 66 and 77)
>> UIFLOOD NE,30,ID
>> UITRACE WIDE,30
>How can that UIDIGI setting manage to pass RELAY and
>WIDE and all the WIDEn-n up through WIDE5-5; while at
>the SAME time be suppressing WIDE6-6 and Wide7-7?
SImple. The UIDIGI ALIAS list prempts any other mechanism,
so the WIDE6-6 packet is digipeated with call sign substitution
of the MYCALL of the digi, and the WIDE6-6 disappears and
will not go any further. Thus it acts like a "trap"
But I disagree. with your original premise. We now recommend
that use of WIDE and RELAY are obsolete too. So WIDE
should not be in the UIDIGI alias list. We do think we should
probably leave RELAY in there, but we want to discourage
anyone from using it routinely because it does more damage than
good. But its there if someone has a specific need.
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