[aprssig] Dayton meltdown.

Robert Bruninga bruninga at usna.edu
Mon May 23 17:31:24 EDT 2005

> With that level of  congestion (at Dayton), you 
>have no business putting ANY digi path in there.  
>It just adds to the congestion.... The appropriate 
>response would be...the several wifi hotspots ...
> and set up an igate, configured for rf->inet only.

The simpler, and most efficient approach would have
been to  set a D700 to listen on 144.99 for the pocket 
trackers and  digipeat them to 144.39.  Done.  No changes 
for anyone but one D700, and everyone gets tracked.

Users have to realize that APRS doesn't just "happen",
it needs to be planned just like any other successful
comms event.

de Wb4APR, Bob

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