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Posted by:buk110
Subject:gpshost
Date:15:09:02 22/09/2006

> > Let me see if I understand. Because currently this is my setup. I have a server sitting in a room, that's connected to 3 drones at the moment via the network.
> >
> > I have one drone running a gps reciever and then in my server conf file I have it pointing to that gps drive.
> >
> > So, then you're saying I can not have the server look at another drone like:
> >
> > gpshost = 192.168.1.4:2947
> > gpshost = 192.168.1.5:2947
>
> You cannot point to multiple GPS servers simultaneously.
>
> What would be the point of doing so? Any consumer GPS is going to have approximately the same accuracy as any other. If you're trying to do differential gps or something, use gpsd to handle that and export a single gps to kismet that way.
>
> -m

Yea, I was looking to try to do some differential gps and was hoping I could point to multiple servers. I'll look at the documentation on GPSD and see where things take me.

Thanks for the feedback


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  • gpshost - buk110 14:48:27 22/09/2006
    • gpshost - dragorn 14:52:10 22/09/2006
      • gpshost - buk110 14:55:58 22/09/2006
        • gpshost - dragorn 15:06:04 22/09/2006
          • gpshost - buk110 15:09:02 22/09/2006