Lists all the other NETROM/THENET/BPQ Nodes known to your node.
on its own displays the whole table in alias order NODECALL
you can list the routes that the system will use to access that node NODECALL*
will display information for all SSID's of the specified call. VIA NODECALL
will display all stations reachable via the specified neighbour. C
Displays the whole table in callsign order. Can be placed before or after the pattern, eg N C GB7* or N GB7* C T
The Round Trip Times and frame counts for all nodes with a non-zero count.
Use of ? and * wildcards are allowed
The information after the callsign are only shown if some frames have been send to that node. RTT
stands for Round Trip Time, and is a rolling average of the time taken to get a response from that node (in seconds). FR
means Frames, the number of info frames sent to the node. B
if present, indicates the target is a BPQ node, and the number following the B is the number of hops to the target.
Up to 3 possible routes to the node are listed. 1st number
displayed is the quality
, the relative desirability of using this route rather than another. 2nd number
is the obsolesance count
, an indication of how long it is since the system was last told about (or successfully used) this route. The number starts at a value set in the config file (typically 5) and is decremented each time a NODES
broadcast is sent (typically evey hour). 3rd number
is the port. >
indicates the currently active route.