toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
You are correct that it is a setting on the igate doing the
reverse gating, but talking to the owner of digi-1 won't do you
any good because digipeaters can't (or shouldn't) increase the
number of hops on any packet.
You need to talk to the IGate operator and have them set the path
for -IS to RF gated (hopefully) 3rd party packets to get good
coverage in the local RF environment.
Lynn (D) - KJ4ERJ - Author of APRSISCE for Windows Mobile and Win32
On 6/19/2020 10:51 AM, Max via
That is a setting at the
igate that is doing the reverse gating. I run APRX and it
definitely has a setting for the # of hops for messages had
such. You are at the mercy of the infrastructure around you.
You would need to talk to the owner of the digi-1 and have
them increase the number of hops on reverse igated messages.
Is there a way for APRSIS32 to respond to messages
through the same path as received? What I'm trying to
do is get a message back from the internet through my
fill in digi.
I send a message to Wxbot from KB3KBR-11 and -4
digipeats it and then -1 digipeats it too. If I'm
outside of the building I'm in i can hear -1 direct
and get the message, if I'm inside I can't hear
anything except -4.
What I'm looking for is a way for -1 you send the
message back through -4 so -11 can hear it.
-4 is a fill in only responding to Wide1-1 and it's
Sent from my Verizon, Samsung Galaxy smartphone
-------- Original message --------
Date: 6/17/20 09:22 (GMT-05:00)
Subject: Re: [APRSISCE] Igates and their use of
hi Arnold, Lynn got me all set with his reply.