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[aprssig] Short Ranges

David Fleming ddallasnc at stx.rr.com
Wed Mar 7 04:07:09 UTC 2007


I found out it was the particular server. I switched to a different 
internet server and the problem cleared up.

David - KG6SQU

J T wrote:

> Perhaps a range filter got flipped on accidentally?  Check 
> Setup->Main, "Main Parameters" tab.  Near the lower right corner there 
> is a range filter option.  Also check the "Data" tab for the "Delete 
> Data by Range (miles)" option.
>
> What is your internet filter string?  (Setup->Setting->Internet->Filter)
>
> -Jerome, W0JRT
>
> David Fleming <ddallasnc at stx.rr.com> wrote:
>
>     When I first set up APRS+SA and then connected to the internet
>     with it,
>     I used to get APRS stations that showed up world wide. Now I seen to
>     only see stations within 500 miles. This was true in California,
>     and it
>     is now true in Texas. I do not knowingly have on a range filter.
>     What is
>     going on?
>
>     David
>
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