Re: [BPQ32] Is there an APRS Server Port in BPQ32?
- On Fri, Jul 13, 2012 at 4:16 AM, John Wiseman <john.wiseman@...> wrote:
> BPQ32 APRS does not currently include an APRS-IS server. What exactly areHello John,
> you trying to do? – There may be other ways to achieve it.
The local APRS feed port is a feature that every other APRS
application that I know of has.. It proves a easy and convenient way
for other applications in the local network to see the same traffic
that the main APRS program is seeing.
It doesn't have all the filters or dupe processing a mainline aprs-is
server would have. It simply shows what's being heard and optionally
could upfeed any packets from the connected clients.
In my specific use case, I'll have the hub BPQ32 system running in the
ham shack and will be watching the traffic on the local APRS channel
as well as alternate (9k6) APRS and legacy packet channels. Any local
device on my LAN (or outside with the port forwarded) will be able to
hook up without adding to the load on the APRS-IS servers and my
Pasted below a good write up from last year on APRSSIG...
Thanks again for all your efforts...
Bill - WA7NWP
On 10/2/2011 1:40 PM, Stephen H. Smith wrote:
> One of the features that is unique (as far as I know) to UIview is
> it's TCP/IP "local server". Everything UIview hears from the
> attached radio/TNC --and/or-- it's Internet APRS-IS login is
> replicated at a local TCP/IP server port. In turn, other APRS clients
> and applications on the same LAN can connect to to the local server in
> exactly the same way they would to the Internet APRS-IS. This
> local server port is fully bi-directional. Other users on the LAN can
> send messages either to RF (via the UIivew host's radio/TNC), --or--
> to stations on the APRS-IS --or-- to other stations on the LAN.
UI-View is not unique in this area. According to the eyechart at
http://www.eskimo.com/~archer/aprs_capabilities.html, in the category
"Provides local APRS server socket", APRS+SA, OziAPRS, UI-View, USA
PhotoMaps, and xastir provide this capability.
APRSISCE/32 in development mode now also supports a downstream IS-Server
port. This port supports full APRS-IS filters and also forwards packets
upstream provided that the downstream client supplies a valid APRS-IS
password. I need to get the current capabilities sent out to Curt for
Lynn (D) - KJ4ERJ - Author of APRSISCE for Windows Mobile and Win32