[aprssig] Throttleing EchoLink Objects
archer at eskimo.com
Thu Jul 23 11:19:37 CDT 2009
On Thu, 23 Jul 2009, Lynn W. Deffenbaugh (Mr) wrote:
> To pull off some sort of regional server, you'd have to have a filter on the
> outgoing end of the server to prevent these locally injected objects from
> going global, but yet have all of the currently acceptable traffic continue
> going global.
Sounds a lot like Firenet. It has a full APRS-IS feed plus all the
Firenet objects, but doesn't feed all those objects back into the
global system. I don't know how it's configured.
I think "normal" posits and messaging have a two-way interconnect to
the APRS-IS from there. At least I have Xastir connected to Firenet
and see the full APRS-IS and my position is getting out. I see the
packets on the RAW page at findu.com. Messaging works in both
directions as well.
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