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Re: APRS in a Router :-O

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  • g4ilo
    I don t know enough about that particular project, Colin. Very often, the code to run some particular feature on a modified Linksys router is made available as
    Message 1 of 55 , Jul 9, 2010
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      I don't know enough about that particular project, Colin. Very often, the code to run some particular feature on a modified Linksys router is made available as a downloadable module. If not, then you would need to invest quite a bit of time in learning the nitty gritty of building Linux packages in order to do what the person who made the video did. Personally, I have spent too much of my life doing that kind of thing to have any more enthusiasm left for it. I'd rather wait for guys like Chris at CCW to produce an off the shelf combined TNC and APRS-IS gateway.

      Whether this Linksys system would fit in to an APRSISCE/32 system would depend on whether the software running in the router included an APRS-IS server. If it did, you could simply enter its IP address instead of rotate.aprs2.net or whatever you are using.

      Julian, G4ILO

      --- In aprsisce@yahoogroups.com, Colin Catlin <colin2e0xsd@...> wrote:
      >
      > Thanks Julian,
      >
      > So I would need some sort of Linux APRS system running on a Linksys WRT
      > router?, so to refine my question a bit, does anyone know if this can be
      > of use to me trying to feed my APRSISCE/32 systems? and if so how?.
      > Basically I'm wondering whether to look out for a Linksys WRT router in
      > the hope of integrating it into a home APRS system (multiple computer
      > clients both APRSISCE & 32 based and eventually multiple RF feeds).
      >
    • andbart2000
      Hi, my station SR3WXA-1 works with APRSIS32 as W1 digi. It seems that packets are shortened when digipeated. In result, other digis process packets again under
      Message 55 of 55 , Oct 12, 2011
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        Hi,
        my station SR3WXA-1 works with APRSIS32 as W1 digi. It seems that packets are shortened when digipeated. In result, other digis process packets again under duplicate checking time limit, because copies coming from SR3WXA-1 are recognized as different packets than already repeated.
        Examples:

        1:Fm SP3LOT-9 To APK102 Via WIDE1-1,WIDE2-1 <UI pid=F0 Len=16 >[17:10:15]
        :SP3IK-9 :ackQ

        1:Fm SP3LOT-9 To APK102 Via SR3WXA-1,WIDE1*,WIDE2-1 <UI pid=F0 Len=15 >[17:10:15]
        :SP3IK-9 :ackQ

        1:Fm SP3LOT-9 To APK102 Via SR3DGT*,WIDE2-1 <UI pid=F0 Len=16 >[17:10:15]
        :SP3IK-9 :ackQ

        1:Fm SP3LOT-9 To APK102 Via SQ3FYK,WIDE1*,WIDE2-1 <UI pid=F0 Len=16 >[17:10:17]
        :SP3IK-9 :ackQ

        1:Fm SP3LOT-9 To APK102 Via SR3WXA-1,WIDE1,SQ3FYK,WIDE2* <UI pid=F0 Len=15 >[17:10:21]
        :SP3IK-9 :ackQ

        _________________________________________

        1:Fm SP3IK-9 To UR2T50 Via WIDE1-1,WIDE2-2 <UI pid=F0 Len=15 >[17:15:10]
        ',P!l!i>W]"4k}

        1:Fm SP3IK-9 To UR2T50 Via SR3WXA-1,WIDE1*,WIDE2-2 <UI pid=F0 Len=14 >[17:15:10]
        ',P!l!i>W]"4k}

        1:Fm SP3IK-9 To UR2T50 Via SQ3FYK,WIDE1*,WIDE2-2 <UI pid=F0 Len=15 >[17:15:11]
        ',P!l!i>W]"4k}

        1:Fm SP3IK-9 To UR2T50 Via SQ3FYK,WIDE1,SR3DGT* <UI pid=F0 Len=15 >[17:15:11]
        ',P!l!i>W]"4k}

        1:Fm SP3IK-9 To UR2T50 Via SR3WXA-1,WIDE1,SR3DGT* <UI pid=F0 Len=14 >[17:15:13]
        ',P!l!i>W]"4k}

        1:Fm SP3IK-9 To UR2T50 Via SR3WXA-1,WIDE1,SQ3FYK*,WIDE2-1 <UI pid=F0 Len=14 >[17:15:14]
        ',P!l!i>W]"4k}


        Did anybody spot such effect?
        APRSIS32 in SR3WXA-1 works with AGWPE port. AGWPE is connected to TT4.
        73
        Andrzej SP3LYR, AB9FX
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