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       axdigi - axdigi file.


       axdigi  This  executable  should  be  loaded  in  your  startup  script  with the command:
       /usr/local/sbin/axdigi (or path to where you installed it). This file  enables  cross-port
       digipeating within your linux's ax25 stack.

       Special  Conditions:  axdigi  In  order to digipeat, you or the user *must* know your SSID
       associated with the ifconfig <interface> that is the direct link to the outbound path they
       wish  to  digi  to.  axdigi  will handle the appropriate digipeat accordingly. If you have
       multiple ax25 interfaces, you should somehow list  them  for  the  users  in  the  axports
       description  so  they will see them when doing an "Interface" command while on URONode. If
       the user wishes to log off URONode and digi through, then they must  use  the  interface's
       SSID associated with the OUTBOUND path to their destination.

       commands are:

       C <destination> via <your interface-SSID>
                     If  the  user  heard  station  A1BCD-7  on  your  ax0  interface,  and  that
                     interface's SSID is: W1XYZ-9 (NOT the FlexID  of  URONode!)  then  the  user
                     would  enter: c a1bcd-7 via w1xyz-9 even if their inbound interface might be
                     ax1 and it's ifconfig shows your SSID as w1xyz-10!

       Detailed information
                     If you have 3 ax25 interfaces ifconfigured as: ax0 - w1xyz-9 ax1 -  w1xyz-10
                     ax2 - w1xyz-11

                     User  k2lmn  would  enter your node via ax2 and they wish to digi to a1bcd-7
                     which is heard on ax0 they would simply enter:  c  a1bcd-7  via  w1xyz-9  to
                     connect.  Axdigi  handles  the crossport functions. If they tried: c a1bcd-7
                     via w1xyz-11 the connect would fail because it would attempt to digi OUT  on
                     your  ax2  interface.  This  may get tricky so expect a need to educate your
                     users on this. Unfortunately, linux lacks native cross-port  digipeating  at
                     this time so this is a work-around.




       axports(5), ax25(4).