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[aprssig] Digipeater routing: 'Get me to findu'

J. Gary Bender, WS5N WS5N at mindspring.com
Tue Feb 28 18:19:45 UTC 2006


It is not convenient while mobile in motion, but I have checked my path to the internet by sending my home internet account an email message.  If you get an ACK from the email server, you know you hit the internet somewhere.
 Email server info:
http://www.aprs-is.net/email.htm
http://www.aprsca.net/email.html

I don't use them much, so I am not sure the above are still current.
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J. Gary Bender, WS5N
Tijeras, New Mexico USA


On Tue, 28 Feb 2006 08:06:02 -0500, William McKeehan wrote:
> This line of discussion brings to mind a question that someone in
> my local group had recently.
>
> When you are traveling with APRS, is there any way to tell if the
> path you are using is taking your position packet to an IGate?
>
> A group of us use the D700 and know that we can tell if we are
> being digi'd, but have no idea if we are making it to an
> IGate...suggestions?






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