When using EEL location events sent to GPSd running in a container with 1 or 
NEMs, I can listen to the lat/long/alt from the EEL location event by listening 
to TCP:2947 (the GPSd service) streaming a JSON string.  However, it doesn't 
seem to provide the other location characteristics from an EEL location event; 
namely:  orientation { roll, pitch, yaw } and velocity { azimuth, elevation, 
magnitude }.

How can I "listen" to the orientation and velocity components of an EEL 
location event from within a container?  I suppose I could always:

  *   emaneevent-dump -i eth1

but is there a better way?


Michael J. Vincent
Lead Network Systems Engineer | The MITRE Corporation | Network Technology & 
Security (T864) | +1 (781) 271-8381

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