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[aprssig] APRS Google Earth KML and filter

Gerry Creager gerry.creager at tamu.edu
Sun Apr 13 05:42:46 UTC 2008


14580 is the user-definable filter port.  Yes, that's the one you should 
be using.

gerry n5jxs
first.aprs.net

Michael J. Wolthuis wrote:
> Update:
> It works if I use port 14580.  If I use any other port then it fails.  I 
> see port 14580 is a bi-directional filter port, but I am not sure if 
> that will pass me data based on my filter string.  I have not heard of a 
> bi-directional port before.  Maybe someone could explain that?
> 
> Mike
> 
> 
> Michael J. Wolthuis wrote:
>> I am trying to use the APRS Google Earth overlay to track a single 
>> station.  So I connect it into the National APRS via first.aprs.net 
>> with a filter of b/kb8zgl which should only pass me data from kb8zgl, 
>> but it keeps saying:
>>
>> java.net.SocketException: Socket Closed
>>
>> and then it disconnects and reconnects to the igate.
>>
>> anyone have any ideas?  The java file is running on CentOS.
>>
>> Mike
>> kb8zgl
>>
>>
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