[aprssig] Digipeater routing: 'Get me to findu'

Patrick Green pagreen at gmail.com
Tue Feb 28 11:04:31 EST 2006

You can do an ?APRST to an internet only station.  This will check 2 way
conditions however.  You could still be getting into APRS-IS but not getting
a good return path from local configuration problems or using too long of a
path yourself (too many entry points confuses an IGATE's ability to
determine a best path).  I've had replies to messages I sent coming a state
or 2 away because of "DXing" the IGATE.  Hope this helps.

73 de Pat --- KA9SCF.

On 2/28/06, William McKeehan <mckeehan at mckeehan.homeip.net> wrote:
> This line of discussion brings to mind a question that someone in my local
> group had recently.
> When you are traveling with APRS, is there any way to tell if the path you
> are
> using is taking your position packet to an IGate?
> A group of us use the D700 and know that we can tell if we are being
> digi'd,
> but have no idea if we are making it to an IGate...suggestions?
> --
> William McKeehan
> Internet: mckeehan at mckeehan.homeip.net
> http://mckeehan.homeip.net
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