Digi Config

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The relevant serial commands are:
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ALIAS <n> <callsign>
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Sets digipeater alias for slot <n>, where n is between 1 and 8. This will
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typically be a generic alias like ʹWIDEʹ. No SSID is allowed in this field.
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DIGI on|off
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When enabled, the tracker will digipeat packets having its own callsign
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(MYCALL) in the next digipeater address field.
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DIGIID <n> on|off
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Enables callsign substitution for digipeater alias <n> (1 to 8). This should
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normally be enabled.
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DUPETIME <0‐255> (seconds)
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Sets digipeating duplicate suppression period.
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HOPLIMIT <n> <hops>
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For digipeater alias <n> (1‐8), sets the maximum number of digipeater
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hops allowed. This can be used to limit excessively long paths that may
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cause network degradation.
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PREEMPT <n> on|off
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Enables digipeater preemption for alias <n> (1‐8). If preemption is
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enabled, packets will be digipeated on this alias even if it isnʹt the next
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address in the packet’s digipeater list.
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USEALIAS <n> on|off
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Enables digipeating for alias n.

Revision as of 14:57, 9 October 2008

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Configuring the Digipeater Settings


DigiSettings.jpg

The relevant serial commands are:

ALIAS <n> <callsign> Sets digipeater alias for slot <n>, where n is between 1 and 8. This will typically be a generic alias like ʹWIDEʹ. No SSID is allowed in this field.

DIGI on|off When enabled, the tracker will digipeat packets having its own callsign (MYCALL) in the next digipeater address field.

DIGIID <n> on|off Enables callsign substitution for digipeater alias <n> (1 to 8). This should normally be enabled.

DUPETIME <0‐255> (seconds) Sets digipeating duplicate suppression period.

HOPLIMIT <n> <hops> For digipeater alias <n> (1‐8), sets the maximum number of digipeater hops allowed. This can be used to limit excessively long paths that may cause network degradation.

PREEMPT <n> on|off Enables digipeater preemption for alias <n> (1‐8). If preemption is enabled, packets will be digipeated on this alias even if it isnʹt the next address in the packet’s digipeater list.

USEALIAS <n> on|off Enables digipeating for alias n.

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