Re: Acks over RF - Fixed?
- Fixed (for general info, as you already know.)
Good job you had a few minutes between hike and wedding! :)
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Lynn W. Deffenbaugh" <kj4erj@...> wrote:
> I just pushed out a new development version that attempts to be smarter
> about sending out acks. It now follows the same logic at choosing an
> outbound port that sending an original message does. Namely:
> 1) If the station is known and has NOT been heard on RF, send it -IS only.
> 2) Countermand the -IS only if APRS-IS is not enabled
> In the new port design, I can't really tell if the -IS is actually
> connected or not, so just having it enabled may cause the ack to not go
> out over RF, but then again, if the -IS isn't connected and a message
> was heard, it must have come in via RF, right?
> Please give it a quick test at your next opportunity and let me know if
> I've actually quieted the RF channel for -IS acks.
> Lynn (D) - KJ4ERJ - Author of APRSISCE for Windows Mobile and Win32
> g4ilo wrote:
> > I was just having a conversation with Colin via APRS messaging. I was using the PC, he was on his smartphone and then his PC. No RF from his side.
> > I noticed the 2m TX going every time Colin sent a message to me. I have AGWMonitor running as well to see the actual traffic over RF and I see that for every message sent to me over the internet, an ack goes out over RF. I am not receiving any RF at all not even via another route so the acks cannot be in response to anything else.
> > Is it supposed to do that?
> > Julian, G4ILO