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[aprssig] Anyone know what DISABL is?

Patrick Green pagreen at gmail.com
Tue Aug 1 15:24:49 UTC 2006


I actually was able to connect to it but was able to get nothing more than a
"DISABL}" out of it.  Lets assume that this is a KPC-3 with the node turned
off.  What "commands" would I enter to get something out of it.  I've tryied
i, h, r, ?, /help and /?.  What else could I try.  Note that I have a poor
path to this station whereever it might be.

73 de Pat --- KA9SCF.

On 7/31/06, J T <w0jrt at yahoo.com> wrote:
>
> There's a station like this in the Kansas City area, too, among other
> places.  Using a terminal program try connecting to it (C DISABL). Once
> connected, you'll probably be able to determine the station callsign with
> just a little searching.
>
> -Jerome, W0JRT
>
>
> *Patrick Green <pagreen at gmail.com>* wrote:
>
> Hi All,
>
>   Ever since I started operating APRS, I've seen this station that IDs
> with DISABL.  Does anyone know what this is?  Is this an old experiment long
> forgotten?
>
> # 1154355305  Mon Jul 31 09:15:05 CDT 2006
> DISABL>ID:Network Node
>
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