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Thu Oct 5 20:24:18 UTC 2006


The Tier 2 network is operating correctly.  arizona.aprs2.net is
operating correctly and can easily be checked by accessing the status
page or doing a filtered connection.  The server software supporting
port 23 (the CWOP wx port) on arizona.aprs2.net failed a little after
1430z this morning and _ceased_ accepting connections.  If the clients
trying to connect are reporting no errors, then the client software
needs to be investigated as to a failure to connect is not reported as
an error.  In other words, the packets are not being forwarded because a
connection to the server is never being established.

Steve, if you are unable to contact the respective server sysop directly
in the future, feel free to contact me directly and I will help you
analyze the problem.

73,

Pete Loveall AE5PL
mailto:pete at ae5pl.net 

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Steve Dimse
> Posted At: Thursday, October 05, 2006 2:22 PM
> Subject: [aprssig] Sigh...
> 
> what a moron I am, but there appears to be a problem with at 
> least weather data fed into arizona.aprs2.net. A number of 
> people have complained today that their wx data stopped 
> appearing on findU, all were successfully connected to 
> arizona.aprs2.net and receiving no errors.  
> Investigating, I find that arizona is connected to tier 2 
> core, and that is connected to the real core (as they have 
> designed their system this appears correct), but the weather 
> packets are not being forwarded. Three of these people 
> switched to using rotate.aprs.net and had the problem disappear.
> 
> I am unable to investigate further, the findU stream test feature
> (http://www.findu.com/stream/) is unable to query 
> arizona.aprs2.net as apparently all unfiltered ports have 
> been blocked. I cannot tell if this just weather data  from 
> arizona.aprs2.net missing, all arizona.aprs2.net data 
> missing, data from all the T2 servers, or some other subset 
> of data missing.




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