Fred, I could be mistaken, but from what I recall reading or seeing on the net about receiving APRS emails is that their was some kind of whitelist setting,Message 1 of 45 , Mar 1, 2010View SourceFred,I could be mistaken, but from what I recall reading or seeing on the net about receiving APRS "emails" is that their was some kind of whitelist setting, maybe I 'm getting this mixed up with Airmail.Craig - KI6WLP
From: Lynn W. Deffenbaugh <kj4erj@...>
Sent: Mon, March 1, 2010 2:57:06 PM
Subject: Re: [aprsisce] APRSISCE and OpenTracker2
Fred Hillhouse wrote:
> I am running a Tracker2 mainly as a tracker in my vehicle. Prior toI suspect you mean APRSIS32, but that's ok. They're the same source
> APRSISCE, I used SmartPalm running on a Palm M130. With SmartPalm, it
> left the Tracker2 Settings alone and I used it mainly to see other
> traffic and send an occasionally message. With an acquisition of a
> laptop, I am now running APRSISCE.
code with two different platform builds and very few features in one
that are not in the other.
> I had TEXT enabled and could see other stations appear and such butI suspect that there were no bi-directional, transmitting IGates in your
> sending a message (EMAIL) never seemed to work. At lunch I
> re-configured the T2 and APRSISCE for KISS and the messaging worked. I
> did notice that it kept trying to send. I only know it worked because
> when I got back to my office, I had each email I sent myself.
area, but there was a receiving IGate. The acknowledgments from EMAIL-2
were not getting back to the client, so it did 5 retransmissions (I'm
guessing). Even the EMAIL-2 confirmation message was probably not
delivered to the RF environment where you were listening.
You can confirm that stations are actually being received from RF and
not -IS by toggling View / RF / All on. It will automatically turn off
the View / All and you should only see "recent" RF stattions after
that. Direct and Local restrict the RF view even further and can be
remotely queried by sending an APRS message containing ?APRSD or ?APRSL.
> I have set APRSISCE to N7FMH-1 while the OT2 is N7FMH-9. Should theyYes, they should be different and this is good. I use -12 for my
> be different? Both are appearing on APRS.FI.
APRSISCE/32 client based on the recommendations I copied into
http://aprsisce. wikidot.com/ ssids
> My intention is for the T2 to operate with or without the laptopYes, the T2 is the same as my T2-135 which I used in a similar mode,
> connected so all the settings in it need to stay intact. Can I expect
although I don't have the luxury of running the Nuvi 350 and KISS at the
same time. I'm still considering bringing the second port out the rear
connector on my Alinco DR-135 so that I can keep one port in Garmin mode
for the Nuvi and the other port in KISS mode for a BlueTooth to serial
link to APRSISCE on my cellphone.
Lynn (D) - KJ4ERJ
> Best regards,
... I did a bit ago and there are new tiles! Totally awesome! ... Apparently my recent poking around stimulated the renderer! ... I see the berserk yellowMessage 45 of 45 , Mar 5, 2010View Source
> >> I'm anxious to hear how expanding the Cycle Map tiles turns outI did a bit ago and there are new tiles! Totally awesome!
> > It is pretty ugly on the areas without enough resolution. But hopefully
> > that will only get better over time as more tiles become available.
> Have you gone back to look at the areas in question again?
> The Cycle Map tiles are created on demand. The whole world hasn't beenApparently my recent poking around stimulated the renderer!
> rendered at all resolutions. It requires that someone ask for the
> tiles before they get rendered.
> On the OSM site, when you try to lookI see the berserk yellow circle too. It seems to play havoc as I "drive"
> at an area that hasn't been rendered, that is all that is required to
> request a tile be rendered. It looks like when you try to get a tile
> with APRSISCE/32, that also creates a render request. I have lots of
> tiles for my area. When I first looked at an area, the yellow circle
> went out, then it went bezerk. However, after a bit, it settled down.