[aprssig] of interest to IGate client authors?
kb3tbx at gmail.com
Sat Nov 26 11:15:00 CST 2016
On Sat, Nov 26, 2016 at 1:48 AM, Kenneth Finnegan <
kennethfinnegan2007 at gmail.com> wrote:
> As the sentence ironically right after the one you quoted says:
> oh. DOH that was triggered by a cut-and-paste error on my part, thanks
for pointing it out and clarifying the reality of the situation for all of
>> Where did did you get this from?
This is much more obscure than I thought.
Has: "...since just like in APRS, a message to the root call will be accepted
by all SSID's of the same call."
Has: "MESSAGE TYPES: There are many types of messages:
MESSAGES TO/FROM YOU: THese are to be displayed separately and forced
on the user whenever a new messages arrives.
Messages to any of your
SSID's should be captured as TO YOU, but only a match to your
should be acked.
And, the Bozo who wrote page 11 (and 10) of this here:
What I stated doesn't really match either of the
references. I did get the concept twisted. And both of these apply
to some specific clients, not the APRS spec.
> The local RF-gate wouldn't know anything about the actual destination
> anyways, since it wouldn't have necessarily seen any packets from my other
> SSIDs, so there's no way to identify a different SSID station as "a
> Internet-only client". You're now talking about a change to not only
> RF-gates but the behavior of the APRS-IS 14580 port as well.
> Not really, all an IGate client would have to do is strip the -SSID from
the packet and send it again to get the root call into the heard list. I AM
NOT RECOMMENDING THIS. It won't be dropped as a duplicate packet.
Unless there is some other server mechanism to insert/remove/inspect a
callsign in the heard list?
I don't know for sure how Lynn (KJ4ERJ) does this here
Selecting this option will enable reception and display of any message
addressed to your callsign regardless of the SSID the message is sent to.
I suspect that is just putting the IGate's root callsign into the "buddy
list" at the server subscription filter. Which, of course, is a perfectly
So, I now understand that is a client thang.
(he goes away muttering something about not being able to handle arts &
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