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[aprssig] FLYnnn-7 "stations"

Lynn W. Deffenbaugh (Mr) ldeffenb at homeside.to
Sat Jun 2 01:41:35 UTC 2012


More information:  T2TOKYO shows:

14580    117.136.36.54:14052    FLY060-7    Yes    AVRTT GPRS    b/    
09m56.613s    12    0    964    2,325    12    31    01m09.701s    0    0
14580    117.136.22.36:23136    FLY080-7    Yes    AVRTT GPRS    b/    
05m55.908s    7    0    584    1,413    13    31    59.001s    0    0
14580    117.136.36.73:12031    FLY004-7    Yes    AVRTT GPRS    b/    
05m40.880s    2    0    204    1,337    4    31    04m00.274s    0    0
14580    117.136.22.42:21907    FLY047-7    Yes    AVRTT GPRS    b/    
05m10.142s    7    0    584    1,261    15    32    33.868s    0    0
14580    1.78.24.144:43007    JA4UIT-5    Yes    U2APRS 0.6.5    t/m    
04m40.451s    11    148    802    17,562    22    501    00.089s    0    0
14580    117.136.22.15:9712    FLY061-7    Yes    AVRTT GPRS    b/    
03m39.303s    5    0    432    881    15    32    10.854s    0    0

So, apparently it's coming from various IP address in the 117.136.*.* 
address range using a validated connection coming from FLYnnn-7 
"callsigns".  It IDs as "AVRTT GPRS", whatever that is, and it keeps 
connections alive reducing the capacity of every server it touches (I 
think).

Lynn (D) - KJ4ERJ - Author of APRSISCE for Windows Mobile and Win32

On 6/1/2012 9:37 PM, Lynn W. Deffenbaugh (Mr) wrote:
> Does anyone know where these "stations" are coming from:
>
> http://aprs.fi/?c=raw&call=FLY*&limit=50&view=normal
>
> And why, oh why, is the actual station ID changing as the "balloon" 
> flies?
>
> Lynn (D) - KJ4ERJ - Author of APRSISCE for Windows Mobile and Win32
>
> PS.  Recently it's been 
> FLY015/032/064/044/040/006/053/041/036/028/043... and apparently the 
> generator is connecting to a different T2 server for each packet.  And 
> they're all coming through as qAC, so there's no trace of any callsign 
> either.
>
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