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# Configuration file for egg collection software
# This specifies the egg configuration information, the contact
# information for its basket(s), and initial data acquisition parameters.

# Each line consists of a case-sensitive keyword and a series of
# options.  Defined keywords are: 
#
#   EGG <name> <id> <ip addr> <primbasket> <conntype> <connival> <url>
#
# The primary basket <primbasket> is the name of the basket (defined
# below) that should be contacted retrieve data from this Egg.
# The connection type <conntype> is "PERM" (permanent) or "DND"
# (dial-and-drop).  So far the code does not support the DND option.
# The connection interval <connival> determines the time (in minutes)
# between transmission attempts.  If specified, and not equal to
# ".", <url> gives a URL (for example http://www.somesite.net/page.html)
# which will be linked to the egg <name> in status reports.  Note that
# this specification has meaning only in the .basketrc file.  For
# compatibility, it is permitted in an .eggrc file, but is ignored.
#
#   BASKET <name> <ip addr>
#
# This entry tells us about the existence of a set of baskets.  The
# basket named as primary is the one which will be contacted
# initially. 
#
#   PROTOCOL <samprec> <secrec> <recpkt> <trialsz>
#
# Specify the default data collection protocol.  The arguments are 
# <samprec> samples per record (1-10, though this should always be 5-10),
# <secrec> seconds per records (1-3000),
# <recpkt> records per packet (1-60), and 
# <trialsz> bits per sample (32-255).
#
#   REG <type> <port> <baud>
#
# Specify hardware device.  Supported types include "PEAR" only at
# this time.  Port is serial port number (e.g. 1 for /dev/ttyS1);
# <baud> is baud rate.
#
#   NETUP <script> <args> ...
#   NETDOWN <script> <args> ...
#
# Provide script files to be run to bring up and tear down the network
# connection on demand.  These will only be used if connection type is
# DND.

#EGG halley 1 10.0.0.111 halley PERM 1
#BASKET halley 10.0.0.111
#EGG halley 1 10.0.0.111 mercury DND 3
#BASKET mercury 10.0.0.125

#EGG noosphere 28 128.112.35.133 noosphere PERM 1
#BASKET noosphere 128.112.35.133

#   diesse -> diesse
#EGG diesse 37 193.8.230.134 diesse PERM 1
#BASKET diesse 193.8.230.134

#   noosphere -> diesse
#EGG noosphere 28 128.112.35.133 diesse PERM 1
#BASKET diesse 193.8.230.134

#   throop -> diesse
#EGG throop 1003 193.8.230.132 diesse PERM 1 http://www.fourmilab.ch/
#BASKET diesse 193.8.230.134

#   jura -> jura
#EGG jura 1004 193.8.230.130 jura PERM 1 http://www.fourmilab.ch/
#BASKET jura 193.8.230.130

#   diesse -> noosphere
#EGG diesse.fourmilab.ch 37 193.8.230.134 noosphere PERM 1
#BASKET noosphere 128.112.35.133

#EGG diesse 37 193.8.230.134 jura PERM 1
#BASKET jura 193.8.230.130

#BASKET tonga 209.157.90.137
#BASKET tonga1 209.157.90.138
#PROTOCOL 10 10 6 200
#REG PEAR 2 9600
#REG PSEUDO 1 9600
#REG ORION 1 9600
#NETUP pppscript up
#NETDOWN pppscript down

egg.host.name ID# IP_address noosphere PERM 1 
BASKET noosphere 128.112.35.133 
PROTOCOL 10 10 30 200
REG ORION 0 9600
#REG PEAR 0 9600