[ct-user] Internet spots and CT
David Robbins <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Wed, 28 Oct 1998 23:11:59 +0000
yes, my wintelnetx program allows you to link from one or more telnet
sessions to a local cluster, a serial port that looks like a tnc, or
direct onto a ct network backbone (either serial or ethernet).
check it out at:
Herb Sims wrote:
> I can get world-wide DX packet alerts from k7co.j7.net telnet session (either through my T-10 line or modem at home). Is there any way to take the ethernet/modem telnet DX alerts and put them into CT instead of using the 'local' packet cluster?
> I am an owner of an amiga computer and there was a program called AREXX that would allow two programs to 'talk' to each other via AREXX. Is there something similar that can do this for the IBM/CT combo? The k7co 'packet cluster' is constantly going off (as it covers the entire world) and would be a much better source of DX alerts.
> Thanks in advance,
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David Robbins K1TTT (ex KY1H)
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