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Tier 2 rotate servers

There's been some recent changes made to the T2 (Tier 2) network that now adds load balancing to the rotate aliases. Previously the rotate alias was hard coded so if by chance a T2 server in the rotate list went down then that rotate alias would suffer as a result. Now the T2 zones are setup to be dynamic, so in the event of a server going down another that's in the same zone will be placed into the list to replace it.

This doesn't alter the local rotate address of as this is independent to the T2 rotate system!

I strongly advise to use the rotate address (either the local or T2) as this will provide you with the best possible connection into the APRS-IS ensuring that you will get a local T2 server instead of one from another zone.

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