Changeset 7750 in ntrip for trunk


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Feb 10, 2016, 1:08:35 PM (4 years ago)
Author:
weber
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  • trunk/BNC/Example_Configs/00_Readme.txt

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    6868Should a proxy be operated in front of BNC then you need to introduce its
    6969name or IP and port number in the 'Network' panel.
     70
     71(A) Working with Configuration Files
    7072
    7173You should be able to run all configuration file examples without changing
     
    217219contains the default settings.
    218220
     221(B) Working with Command Line configuration options
     222
    219223The following configuration examples make use of BNC's 'Command Line Interface'
    220224(CLI). Configuration options are exclusively specified via command line. No
     
    258262seconds.
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     264(C) Command Line configuration options overwriting Configuration File options
     265
     266For specific applications you may like to use your own set of standard
     267configuration options from a configuration file and update some of its content
     268via command line. When using a configuration file and command line configuration
     269options together in one BNC call, the command line configuration options will
     270always overrule options contained in the configuration file.
     271
     27227. Shell Script 'CompareSp3.sh'
     273Purpose: Equals configuration file example 'CompareSp3.bnc', compares two SP3
     274files to calculate RMS values for orbit and clock differences. However, instead
     275of excluding GPS satellite G05 and GLONASS satellite R18 from the comparison as
     276specified in 'CompareSp3.bnc', GPS satellite G06 and all GLONASS satellites are
     277excluded via command line option. Comparison results are saved in a logfile.
     278
    260279Georg Weber, BKG
    261280Frankfurt, January 2016
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