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[aprssig] Echolink Expert needed

Stephen H. Smith wa8lmf2 at aol.com
Mon Jul 20 20:59:04 UTC 2009

Robert Bruninga wrote:
> Stephen...
> Yes, it implements it for a locl TNC, but it also injects a copy
> into the APRS-IS.  This is where we expected the majority of
> applications.  Then it is a NO-HARDWARE solution. 
> All that has to be done is the local IGATE to add the object
> name of the local EchoLink nodes to his pass-to-RF list and
> done... 
> Or at least that is how I thought it should work.  If it is not
> working tht way, the let me know and I will try to get it
> fixed..  Your feedback below is PERFECT! Thanks for the help.
> Bob, Wb4APR

It's not putting anything into the APRS-IS at all.   The configuration 
dialog for APRS  in Echolink looks like this:


Note that there is absolutely no provision for specifying an APRS-IS 
server address or login.   The APRS support is only RF-based.  

The only Internet activity EchoLink does is phone home to it's own 
indexing severs to report change of status of the nodes.   The current 
status and nodes-online list is here:


[EchoLink is a peer-to-peer protocol, but in a manner similar to Bit 
Torrrent or Skype, DOES use centralized servers to broker the initial 



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