[aprssig] dead band

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Sat May 21 09:03:34 CDT 2005


javAPRSSrvr does not send a beacon and should not use the same
callsign-SSID as any of your stations.  ALL logins/station ids must be
unique.  If you are using javAPRSSrvr to connect to another server using
a filtered port, do NOT use the m filter.  If you want to use a filter
around your station, use the callsign-SSID of your client station in the
filter (f/KC0ATC/200 for instance).

All APRS users, please note: ALL logins and station identifiers MUST be
unique.  This applies whether you are on RF or directly connected to a
server.  Because of APRS-IS, APRS is one huge world-wide network where
EVERY client or server must be uniquely identified.

This also means that clients/servers which send data to APRS-IS must
connect to only one server at a time.  Having multiple connections into
APRS-IS will cause your packets to be dropped due to loop prevention.

73,

Pete Loveall AE5PL
mailto:pete at ae5pl.net 

> -----Original Message-----
> From: kc0atc at frii.com
> Posted At: Saturday, May 21, 2005 8:47 AM
> Subject: RE: [aprssig] dead band
> 
> That did it!
> 
> I'm running soundmodem, javAPRSSrvr and xastir.
> I haven't had any RF side traffic all night, so I guess my 
> beaconing on the javAPRSSrvr side expired or something.
> 
> Maybe I'll turn on the igate side beaconing in xastir.




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