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#
# Minimal sample configuration file for the APRX-2 as Rx-only iGate.
#
# This configuration is structured with Apache HTTPD style tags
# which then contain subsystem parameters.
#

#
# For simple case, you need to adjust 4 things:
#   - Mycall parameter
#   - Select correct type of interface (ax25-device or serial-device)
#   - Optionally set a beacon telling where this system is
#   - Optionally enable digipeater with or without tx-igate
#

#
# Define the parameters in following order:
#   1)  mycall
#   2)  <aprsis>     ** one
#   3)  <logging>    ** one
#   4)  <interface>  ** possibly multiple for each of radio receivers
#

#
# Global macro for simplified callsign definition:
# Usable for 99+% of cases.
#

mycall  N0CALL-1

<aprsis>
#login     OTHERCALL-7	# login defaults to $mycall

# APRS-IS server name and optional portnumber.
# Default port is 14580, and it should be enough for you.

server    rotate.aprs2.net

#server   euro.aprs2.net
#server   asia.aprs2.net
#server   noam.aprs2.net
#server   soam.aprs2.net
#server   aunz.aprs2.net

#
# Passcode for your callsign
#
passcode -1

</aprsis>

<logging>

# rflog defines a rotatable file into which all RF-received packets
# are logged.  The host system can rotate it at any time without
# need to signal the aprx that the file has been moved.
#
# rflog @VARLOG@/aprx-rf.log

# aprxlog defines a rotatable file into which most important 
# events on APRS-IS connection are logged, namely connects and
# disconnects.  The host system can rotate it at any time without
# need to signal the aprx that the file has been moved.
#
# aprxlog @VARLOG@/aprx.log

</logging>


# ***********  Multiple <interface> definitions can follow   *********

# ax25-device  Lists AX.25 ports by their callsigns that in Linux
#              systems receive APRS packets.  If none are defined,
#              or the system is not Linux, the AX.25 network receiver
#              is not enabled.  Used technologies need at least
#              Linux kernel 2.4.x
#
# tx-ok        Boolean telling if this device is able to transmit.
#

#<interface>
#   ax25-device $mycall
#   #tx-ok      false  # transmitter enable defaults to false
#</interface>


#
# The  TNC serial  options.  Parameters are:
#   - /dev/ttyUSB1    -- tty device
#   - 19200           -- baud rate, supported ones are:
#                        1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400
#   - 8n1             -- 8-bits, no parity, one stop-bit,
#                        no other supported modes
#   - "KISS"                  - plain basic KISS mode
#   - "XORSUM" alias "BPQCRC" - KISS with BPQ "CRC" byte
#   - "SMACK"  alias "CRC16"  - KISS with real CRC
#   - "FLEXNET"               - KISS with real CRC
#   - "TNC2"                  - TNC2 monitor format
#   - "DPRS"                  - DPRS (RX) GW
#

#<interface>
#   serial-device /dev/ttyUSB0  19200 8n1    KISS
#   #callsign     $mycall  # callsign defaults to $mycall
#   #tx-ok        false    # transmitter enable defaults to false
#</interface>

#<interface>
#   serial-device /dev/ttyUSB1  19200 8n1    TNC2
#   #callsign     $mycall  # callsign defaults to $mycall
#   #tx-ok        false    # TNC2 monitor can not have transmitter
#</interface>

#<interface>
#   serial-device /dev/ttyUSB1  19200 8n1    DPRS
#   callsign     dprsgwcallsign  # must define actual callsign
#   #tx-ok       false           # DPRS monitor can not do transmit
#</interface>