[aprssig] Packet counter S/W...

Lynn W. Deffenbaugh (Mr) ldeffenb at homeside.to
Thu Jan 29 14:33:40 CST 2015


And if you check Enables / Ports / Log All, you should get a *.PKT file 
for each operating session containing only the RF received packets.  
That's cleaner than enabling a trace log and having to parse them out of 
the APRSIS32*.LOG files.

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

On 1/29/2015 8:16 AM, George Vastianos wrote:
> Lynn
> thanks for the reply. I have an old build of aprsis in my netbook 2012/08/30 and it works really well. I have already found how i will do the logging of a single port into the aprsis32.log file. can you help me where i will find the packet counters you wrote?
>
> tnx
>
> sv8gxc
>
> --------------------------------------------
> Στις Πέμ., 29/01/15, ο/η Lynn W. Deffenbaugh (Mr) <ldeffenb at homeside.to> έγραψε:
>
>   Θέμα: Re: [aprssig] Packet counter S/W...
>   Προς: "TAPR APRS Mailing List" <aprssig at tapr.org>
>   Ημερομηνία: Πέμπτη, 29 Ιανουάριος 2015, 15:17
>   
>   APRSISCE/32 can do what
>   you're after. It counts received packets at the
>   port level and also does hourly counts at the
>   port level for 8 hours and
>   rolls.  You can
>   configure multiple ports and watch them that way, or run
>   an instance per port with unique (not
>   necessarily AX.25-compliant if you
>   don't transmit on RF) -SSIDs.  Using the
>   latter, APRSISCE/32's
>   RF-received
>   back-haul will allow you to get some interesting graphics
>   
>   that we'll cover later if you go this
>   route.  If you go with a single
>   instance
>   with multiple ports, only you will know which port/TNC a
>   packet
>   was received on.
>   
>   APRSISCE/32 also does packet logging so you can
>   later compare which
>   packets were decoded
>   where.  Again, this only works with a single port
>   per instance as all RF received packets go into
>   a single log file.
>   
>   Lynn (D)
>   - KJ4ERJ - Author of APRSISCE for Windows Mobile and
>   Win32
>   
>   On 1/29/2015 4:36 AM,
>   George Vastianos wrote:
>   > Hello
>   everyone
>   >
>   > I want to
>   make validation tests for the decoding performance of
>   various hardware and software (soundcard) tncs I have
>   available based on the benchmark APRS TNC test audio cd of
>   wa8lmf.
>   >
>   > http://wa8lmf.net/TNCtest/
>   >
>   > according to wa8lmf a
>   good software to use in order to count the number of decoded
>   packets is the APRS+SA.
>   >
>   > I tried to use APRS+SA and i find it
>   extremely complex. I wasnt able to make it talk with TNCs
>   directly without any 3rd party s/w (eg KipSS). I was able to
>   get aprs traffic only via internet from an aprs-is
>   server.
>   >
>   > What Iam
>   looking for is a s/w that will be able to connect via com or
>   tcp port to a tnc, get packets in  kiss format and COUNT
>   them!
>   >
>   > Are there
>   any alternatives to APRS+SA that may do this thing?
>   >
>   > tnx & 73
>   >
>   > george SV8GXC
>   >
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