[aprssig] EOC coming thru APRS-IS regardless
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Sat Jun 24 16:44:36 CDT 2006
The problem is that the packet is invalid. Maybe they were trying to
make an object and didn't do it right or maybe they meant @ instead of
*. They are also potentially illegal as there is no station
identification in that packet or any others that I see.
The reason you are seeing the packets are because 7 days ago (yes, a
server's memory is from last restart) there was an EOC station at
34.42633333333333,-100.20483333333334 Since the packets from Bell Co.
EOC are invalid, that is the last position seen for EOC on APRS-IS.
Pete Loveall AE5PL
mailto:pete at ae5pl.net
> -----Original Message-----
> From: John Habbinga
> Posted At: Saturday, June 24, 2006 4:27 PM
> Subject: [aprssig] EOC coming thru APRS-IS regardless
> There is a station in Bell County Texas simply called "EOC".
> It appears that it is transmitting on RF, then getting into an I-Gate.
> The problem is, I see this station whenever I'm connected to
> an APRS server even though I have an area filter established
> that doesn't include that station's area.
> The packet is:
> *232306z3102.73N/09728.62WoBell County EOC
> Can anyone tell me why it is getting past my filter?
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