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Old 02-01-2018, 5:54 PM
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the newest version DSDPlus indicates it will write to file the repeater map:

Repeater maps are written to text files.

The file name format is "ConP <NID> Network Repeater Map v<mapVersion>.txt"

Can someone decipher the above file name convention and where in gods creation is it located?

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Old 02-01-2018, 7:21 PM
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if the system you are monitoring updates the frequencies in the radios by transmitting a network map, DSDPlus will create a copy of it in your DSDPlus folder. In 8 months of monitoring a very active system, I have downloaded it only once. The frequencies don't change very often, I caught it because of a new site being added.

The version change is simply to show the newest one.

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Greetings
the newest version DSDPlus indicates it will write to file the repeater map:

Repeater maps are written to text files.

The file name format is "ConP <NID> Network Repeater Map v<mapVersion>.txt"

Can someone decipher the above file name convention and where in gods creation is it located?

TIA
What version are you referring to as the newest? I ask because that was added in DSD+ 2.29.

You actually asked about this a year ago.

DSDPlus - Network Repater Map

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2.84 Thanks Dave, but i just don't understand the file name that the repeater map is written too and where.
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Well, you should know the network ID of whatever Con+ system you're monitoring,
so "ConP thatNetworkID Network Repeater Map vsomeNumber.txt"
and it should be in your DSD+ folder.

Probably shouldn't worry about it too much unless the event log indicates that a file was created.
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Thank you slicerwizard, you are always wiling to share your knowledge and being helpful.
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