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[aprssig] Bad path for a plane

Matt Werner kb0kqa at gmail.com
Mon Apr 10 22:38:12 UTC 2006


Will the KPC3 trap "WIDE1-1, WIDE2-2, WIDE2-2, WIDE2-2"?

What about "WIDE2-2, WIDE1-1"?


On 4/10/06, Doug Ferrell <kd4moj at kd4moj.org> wrote:
> > >>> Ron Stordahl <ron.stordahl at digikey.com> 04/10/06 4:59 PM >>>
> > The 'law' will have to be enforced by smarter digipeaters, which scan
> > the path and discards the packets which violate the rules.  With the
> > installed base of KPC3's and UIDIGI-ROM's that's going to be a long long
> > time....
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>    HHmmmmm the KPC-3's on the new paradigm catches the  bad paths and
> stops 'em dead (just like Raid). I agree that there are many solutions to
> the problem but I'm curious about the above statement 'With the installed
> based of KPC3's and UIDI-ROMS's...'
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>     As the operator of 3 WIDE digi's, I've seen firsthand "bad packets
> (i.e relay,wide3-3,wide3-3) that get's stopped dead. now that more local
> digi-ops (tri-state area, GA AL,FL) have adopted the new paradigm, i've
> seen at least an 80% drop of trash packets coming through.
>
> --
> ...DOUG
> KD4MOJ
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