New version


Phillip <zl2tze@...>
 

Hi Lynn
              Yes I goofed on the address  to the group..
 
            Callsign for aprsisce is zl2tze-15
             Ui-View is -1
 
 
Config / KISS is where I put the IP address 
 
How often does it do  telemetry  broadcast
 
73 Phillip
 

-------Original Message-------
 
Date: 11/02/2010 10:59:34 a.m.
Subject: [aprsisce] Re: [APRS] New version
 
(Pardon the intrusion into the wrong group, but I might as well answer
it here and where it should have been)
 
Phillip wrote:
> I entered a TCP port
>
 
You entered a TCP Port where?  NMEA GPS?
 
> The following result was I have no idea where this cam from
> But  on my Ui-View PC the  following appeared
>
> >From                         To
> Received
>
> ZL2TZE-15           ZL2TZE-15                    PARM.Battery,Charging/AC
> GPS+Sat,A4,A5,A/C,Charging,GPS,B4,B5,B6,B7,B8
> ZL2TZE-15           ZL2TZE-15                    UNIT.Percentage
> Charge/On/Off,Sat/On/Off,N/A,N/A,N/A,N/A,N/A
> ZL2TZE-15           ZL2TZE-15                    EQNS,0,1,0,0,1,0,0,1,0,0,1
> 0
> ZL2TZE-15           ZL2TZE-15                    BITS,111111111,Battery
> State Tracking
>
 
Those messages are automatically generated by APRSISCE/32 to define the
labels, units, and conversions for the APRS telemetry data generated by
the client.  They will only be generated once per telemetry version that
the client does.  These messages used to be generated by APRSISCE on
Windows Mobile every time the client started but are new to APRSIS32 on
Win32.
 
I hope your UI-View is running an -SSID different than the -15 that
you've got APRSIS32 configured for?  Otherwise strange things can happen.
 
Lynn (D) - KJ4ERJ - Author of APRSISCE for Windows Mobile and Win32
 
 
 
 


Lynn Deffenbaugh
 

Phillip wrote:
Yes I goofed on the address to the group..
Not a problem, maybe someone there will be curious enough about APRSISCE/32 to track it down and give it a try!

Callsign for aprsisce is zl2tze-15
Ui-View is -1
http://aprsnz.aprs2.net:14501/
Config / KISS is where I put the IP address
Do you actually have a KISS TNC that is IP addressible? If not, you can leave all of that configuration blank. Having it populated won't hurt anything as long as you don't enable KISS. Otherwise, it will try to connect to that address and port hoping to find an IP-addressible KISS TNC!

How often does it do telemetry broadcast
Telemetry is sent (if enabled) every 15 minutes can can be changed in the XML file under TelementryInterval. If you change TelemetryDefined to a different value (or delete the key), then the client will re-transmit the definitions the next time it sends a telemetry packet.

UI-View shows ALL messages directed to your callsign regardless of -SSID (per spec, believe it or not) which is why you saw them there. I'll be doing something similar when the "enhance messaging" task gets to the top of my ToDo list.

Lynn (D) - KJ4ERJ


Phillip <zl2tze@...>
 

Hi Lynn,
                Ok TCP blank..
 
one other thing if you look at my -15  on aprs.if you will see a posit for 02/02/2010
 
Again I don't know how that happened
 
Is there away of TXing without any TNC just via the aprsis
 
Phillip
ZL2TZE  
 
 
 
 

-------Original Message-------
 
Date: 11/02/2010 11:24:39 a.m.
Subject: Re: [aprsisce] New version
 
Phillip wrote:
>
>              Yes I goofed on the address  to the group..
>
 
Not a problem, maybe someone there will be curious enough about
APRSISCE/32 to track it down and give it a try!
 
>
>             Callsign for aprsisce is zl2tze-15
>              Ui-View is -1
>
>
> Config / KISS is where I put the IP address
>
 
Do you actually have a KISS TNC that is IP addressible?  If not, you can
leave all of that configuration blank.  Having it populated won't hurt
anything as long as you don't enable KISS.  Otherwise, it will try to
connect to that address and port hoping to find an IP-addressible KISS TNC!
 
>
> How often does it do  telemetry  broadcast
>
 
Telemetry is sent (if enabled) every 15 minutes can can be changed in
the XML file under TelementryInterval.  If you change TelemetryDefined
to a different value (or delete the key), then the client will
re-transmit the definitions the next time it sends a telemetry packet.
 
UI-View shows ALL messages directed to your callsign regardless of -SSID
(per spec, believe it or not) which is why you saw them there.  I'll be
doing something similar when the "enhance messaging" task gets to the
top of my ToDo list.
 
Lynn (D) - KJ4ERJ
 
 
 
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