Re: [aprsisce] Re: APRISI32 on Internet not showing up.
- On 6/10/2013 1:15 PM, Jess wrote:
> OK That explains that. the -14 rig is RF only and not connected to the internet where the -10 is internet only.Nope. There is NOTHING an APRS-IS-only client can do to "force" an
> So for the -10 internet only computer to be seen by RF only rigs I'd Have to specifically tell it to send the beacon through the Is servers and out over the Rf waves via the nearest IGate?
IGate to put it's packets onto RF. Consider the licensing ramifications
However, if an APRS-IS-only station sends a message to an RF station,
and there is a properly configured IGate that has recently heard that
station locally on RF, then the message should be gated from -IS to RF
AND your next position update should also be transmitted as a "courtesy"
posit as described at http://www.aprs-is.net/IGating.aspx which says (in
> Passing all message packets also includes passing the sendingLynn (D) - KJ4ERJ - Author of APRSISCE for Windows Mobile and Win32
> station's position along with the message. When APRS-IS was small, we
> did this using historical position packets. This has become
> problematic as it introduces historical data on to RF. The IGate
> should note the station(s) it has gated messages to RF for and pass
> the next position packet seen for that station(s) to RF.