[aprssig] Mic-E encoding on HF -- does generic SSID path GATE?
bruninga at usna.edu
Fri Aug 4 13:33:39 CDT 2006
If you are referring to SSID routing, the only TNC that implemented
this idea were the Kenwoods, and so for the last several years we
have abandoned that proposal. It only made sense back when
we were using long paths or private networks. Now that most areas
of the country are using only 2 hops, the advantage of SSID routing
is obsolete... and no longer receommended. de WB4APR
>>> ben at ben.com 08/04/06 1:52 PM >>>
[this is a duplicate of a message I posted to nwaprssig a month or so ago,
but I got no reply]
The "Generic APRS digipeater path" encoded in the Destination SSID includes
all the paths typically used on VHF (WIDE1-1 and up) but it doesn't include
a SSID for "GATE".
Is GATE implied on HF as a matter of configuration at the receiving station?
Or does HF APRS need to use dest SSID-0 and encode the GATE,WIDE* path
Ben Jackson AD7GD
<ben at ben.com>
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