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[CQ-Contest] ClusterJoin... Mix your Telnet Cluster Spots and CW Skimmer

To: CQ-Contest <cq-contest@contesting.com>, "Tom - N1MM" <Tom@n1mm.com>, yccc@yccc.org
Subject: [CQ-Contest] ClusterJoin... Mix your Telnet Cluster Spots and CW Skimmer spots into same application.
From: "Gerry Hull" <gerry@w1ve.com>
Date: Mon, 10 Nov 2008 16:40:21 -0500
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This is free software.

What it is:   It's a TCP Daemon that listens for connections on a port (23
is the default, Telnet) and connects to other servers, and mixes the

Once you've connected, you can then connect to as many telnet spot sources
as you would like.

I dreamed this up as a way to connect CW Skimmer and an external cluster to
N1MM at the same time....  Therefore, get the spots from Skimmer along with
everything from the net.


------   K1TTT.NET (for example)
N1MM setup to connect to ClusterJoin (locahost)

------- CW SKIMMER on localhost:7300

There is no limit to the number of clients that can connect to ClusterJoin,
as well as no limits on the number of clusters you can connect to.

I think, perhaps, it's silly to connect more than one real-world cluster,
unless you want  to...

All traffic sent to ClusterJoin  goes to all connected telnet sessions.
you must log in to each session.

You'lll get instructions when you log in.

ClusterJoin.exe is a 14Kb file, and is a Windows Console application.
Just leave it running and minimize.
It is a .Net application and requires the .Net Framework 2.0 be installed on
your system.  You can get that from Microsoft's site if you don't have it.

No install -- just extract ClusterJoin.exe from the Zip file and go.

I'm not on the CWSkimmer reflector, so some one please pass it on.


73, Gerrry W1VE
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