Matt in the example I posted:
There is an asterik (*) after N4GMT-3, but this user is using
WIDE7-7,WIDE7-7, so the Memphis digi only got rid of the first
WIDE7-7, the other digi's in the area 'should' have responded to the
second WIDE7-7 in a similar fashion as the first digi. I didnt have an
example that I could post, but thats the way it is 'supposed' to work.
It should have looked like this on the second hop:
Of course TNDIGI is whatever digi responded to it, its not an actual
digi just to clarify that.
--- In email@example.com, bmhhvactec@... wrote:
> I thought there would be an asterik (*) on the WIDE7-7 too meaning
> "the end of the road"
> Thanks for the info,