[nos-bbs] Unanswered emails & tracking REJ, FRMR, RNR, RR, AX25 performance

Kerry Smith n3nxo at yahoo.com
Tue Oct 19 21:28:03 EDT 2010

Something like that could help out, even attempting to fine tune
other features in the system.  Not just stations, but being able 
to tune ax and netrom features to a near perfect level, if it 
would be possible.  The snmp could be be the greatest help since
there are so many programs out there right now that can run a
snmp mib and bring back data.  MRTG would be one example, which 
is free to use and does a great job.

Kerry - n3nxo

--- On Mon, 10/18/10, Maiko Langelaar <maiko at pcs.mb.ca> wrote:

> From: Maiko Langelaar <maiko at pcs.mb.ca>
> Subject: [nos-bbs] Unanswered emails & tracking REJ, FRMR, RNR, RR, AX25 performance
> To: "NOS BBS Mailing List" <nos-bbs at tapr.org>
> Date: Monday, October 18, 2010, 1:18 PM
> Good day to all,
> First of all, I must apologize for my extreme slowness in
> answering (or yet to answer) outstanding emails. Been a
> bit
> burnt out lately, and unfortunately when this happens my
> desire
> to attend to outstanding emails (about packet radio)
> withers.
> It's not intentional, it's just a human's way of
> automatically
> defending against overheating of the brain and nervous
> system,
> and I will get to them shortly.
> The main reason for this post has to do with me getting my
> baycom
> board fixed and working again. One of the things I noticed
> in the
> traces got me thinking. There really is no way to track RR,
> RNR,
> REJ, FRMR, and other packet statistics in NOS, is there ?
> If I
> could collect those stats on a per station basis, perhaps
> it
> would help me in optimizing the parameters (like drive
> levels,
> volume control, etc, etc). The reason I bring in 'per
> station'
> as a basis is many times there are problems specific to
> only
> my station and someone else.
> Any comments ? Has anyone ever tracked this stuff ? It
> would
> take very little to add statistics code to JNOS to collect
> this information, so that it could be graphed. I would
> like
> to do it, so that I can better fine tune my baycom board
> for instance.
> Or perhaps I am being too presumptious in saying that
> drive
> and volume levels have a direct correlation to the number
> of
> FRMR packets received ? In the end I just to be able to
> get
> more information to help me optimize my links.
> 73 Maiko Langelaar / VE4KLM
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