[aprssig] Confused About Setting APRS Path On FT1D
rlove31 at gmail.com
Tue Feb 25 16:10:40 CST 2014
KD0SFY is using YAAC according to his beacon packets.
Oh, Andrew, KA2DDO....... maybe you need to check your igate parsing??
On Tue, Feb 25, 2014 at 4:02 PM, Dave Torrey <kd8gbh at woodsidelane.net>wrote:
> Shouldn't the WIDE2 component appear on the path without an asterisk?
> Otherwise, how would the next tier of digis know to repeat it?
> Something like these:
> 2014-02-22 09:44:51 EST:
> 2014-02-22 09:46:42 EST:
> 2014-02-22 09:47:35 EST:
> The first was gated after the WIDE1 digi, the second after the WIDE2
> digi, and the last directly on first broadcast.
> On Tue, 2014-02-25 at 15:56 -0500, Stephen H. Smith wrote:
> > On 2/25/2014 11:33 AM, n4lbl wrote:
> > > I hope that this is the correct venue for my question. I've had no
> replies on
> > > a Yaesu specific list-server.
> > >
> > <SNIP>
> > >
> > > When I think I set the path to wide1-1,wide2-1 (menu 9, 18, p3) the
> message is:
> > > 2014-02-22 19:22:31 MST: *N4LBL-7
> > > <http://aprs.fi/?c=raw&limit=&call=N4LBL-7>*>SXTUXS,WIDE1*,qAR,KD0SFY
> > > <http://aprs.fi/?c=raw&limit=&call=KD0SFY>:`pMOl 0k/`"Hl}_$
> > > hence I believe my path is still wide1-1.
> > >
> > > Am I correct when I say I am only producing wide1-1 packets?? If I am
> > > I'll call Yaesu support and have them either hold my hand to show me
> how to set
> > > it right or have them correct their code. Any other suggestions?
> > >
> > This is operating perfectly normally!
> > Just because you place several hops into your path setting DOESN'T mean
> all of
> > them will get used. Hops are used SEQUENTIALLY by digipeaters. The
> > digi you reach uses up the first hop (WIDE1-1). Other digis farther
> > would hear the first digi, and retransmit the packet again using the
> > hop. Note that several different digis in different directions may hear
> > first hop simultaneously, and all process the WIDE2-1 second hop at the
> same time.
> > In this case, the first hop (WIDE1-1) was enough to get you within
> earshot of
> > an igate that passed your packet to the Internet.
> > The "WIDE1-1*" just before the "qar" is the first hop in your specified
> > marked as "used up" by the digipeater. (The asterisk means "this hop
> > used".) The second hop ("WIDE2-1") never got used in this case.
> Or it
> > may have been used by digipeaters farther away that in turn were heard
> by other
> > igates even farther away.
> > But since "first man in wins" with a given packet on the APRS Internet
> > any copies of your packet heard later by more distant igates got tossed
> out as
> > duplicates.
> > The only way to know for sure is to listen OFF THE AIR, not the Internet.
> > The "KD0SFY" after the qar is the call of the igate that injected your
> > signal into the Internet.
> > __________________________________________________________
> > For details on how this pathing works, and an animated demonstration
> diagram of
> > multi-hop digipeating, see my website at:
> > http://wa8lmf.net/DigiPaths
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