Lynn W. Deffenbaugh (Mr)
ldeffenb at homeside.to
Sat Dec 5 13:21:39 CST 2015
Wait, are you now saying that the FT2D received the ANSRVR answer but
the D7 did not? That's the opposite of what you originally reported.
You can always use aprs.fi to see what's going on with ANSRVR messaging.
shows that a ? was received from N0KQX-2 and a burst of answers was sent
in reply. Likely more than you'd really like to receive via RF. A
second ? was received 1 minute and 4 seconds later from the same station.
One minute after that, a ? was received from N0KQX-7. 1 minute 4
seconds later, another ? was received from N0KQX-2 followed by yet
another 1 minute 3 seconds later. Yet a fifth ? was received 1 minute 7
seconds after that from -2.
The messages view makes it appear that only the first ? was answered,
but if you look at the raw packets:
You'll see that the same burst of 21 messages was sent for each
received. aprs.fi suppresses them as "Duplicate message content".
What I suspect is happening is that the local IGate is suppressing
subsequent bursts of answers in order to keep the RF channel from being
Try a different query to ANSRVR that gets a shorter answer and it might
work better. Sending an "L" for instance will return only the groups
that you are a member of, usually a much shorter answer.
Lynn (D) - KJ4ERJ - Author of APRSISCE for Windows Mobile and Win32
PS. And yes, I need to go clean up a bunch of obsolete ANSRVR groups
On 12/5/2015 12:43 PM, Dale Urban wrote:
> Ok I just now sent a ? To ANSRVR with the yeasu ft2d using N0KQX-2 ant the kenwood d7 N0KQX-7. It replied to -2 but not -7. I also sent a beacon with WLNK-1 and I rx a reply showing I had mail. I watched as I sent it from the yeasu and noticed there were some extra characters sent?
> Sent from my iPad
>> On Dec 5, 2015, at 07:42, Lynn W. Deffenbaugh (Mr) via aprssig <aprssig at tapr.org> wrote:
>> Can you try the pair of radios at (nearly) the same time? It may be that ANSRVR was down when you tried the FT2DR.
>> Also, if you provide your callsign-SSID for each radio, I can check the ANSRVR logs to see what it may have heard.
>> Finally, make sure your local IGate is a) configured for gating messages from -IS to RF and 2) that the local IGate has "recently" heard a packet "local" enough to perform the (a) function.
>> You can also try a WHO-IS (or WHO-15) callsign lookup to determine if the issue lies with APRS messaging or the ANSRVR itself.
>> Lynn (D) - KJ4ERJ - Author of APRSISCE for Windows Mobile and Win32
>> PS. http://aprsisce.wikidot.com/doc:aprs-messaging-explained is also a good read.
>>> On 12/4/2015 10:18 PM, Dale Urban via aprssig wrote:
>>> A while back I posted how I wasn't getting a response from ANSRVR server. I was using my new yeasu ft2dr ht. I got out my trusty kenwood d7 ht and tried it and it worked fine. I was sending a ? To ANSRVR with both radios. I don't know what the difference is?
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