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[aprssig] Filter port

Robbie, wa9inf mwrobertson at comcast.net
Mon Aug 28 19:55:32 UTC 2006


Roger,

I am trying to understand why the t (type) as you say should not work 
when I was using it before and it did the job that I needed, :-)

I quote from the filter.txt file on your web page..

Syntax:        t/type
                t/type/call/dist


call = call of a station or object

So, using t/n/ILX*/MKX*, I was following the guideline t(type)/n(NWS)/call(ILX*)/call(MKX*)

That should work as well as p(prefix)/ILX*/MKX since n was a type as well as the calls equaling a type.

I will survive, but it has me confused and I will cease from pestering the sig... :-)

Robbie


Roger Bille wrote:

> Robbie,
>
> I agree with you that something is probably wrong. I will look into that as
>soon as I can. The filter below should be the correct one. Your attempts
>with the t (type) filters will not (should not) do what you want.
>
> 73 de Roger  
>
>  
>
>>-----Original Message-----
>>From: aprssig-bounces at lists.tapr.org [mailto:aprssig-
>>bounces at lists.tapr.org] On Behalf Of Robbie, wa9inf
>>Sent: den 28 augusti 2006 20:44
>>To: TAPR APRS Mailing List
>>Subject: [aprssig] Filter port
>>
>>This can't be true!!
>>
>>Pete and Roger, I set the filter to p/ILX/MKX b/K9KRW*/KB9YQX* and
>>immediately my screen starts displaying stations from all over!!
>>
>>Please check the filter status yourselves, and visit my webpage and see
>>for yourselves... I stopped the rotate.aprs2.net:14580 server, and for
>>the last couple hours been using aprswest.aprs2.net:14580 thinking it
>>would make a difference...
>>
>>wa9inf.shacknet.nu/1452
>>
>>I don not know what to do now...
>>
>>Robbie
>>
>>    
>>






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