[Skimmertalk] Skimmer and Perseus

Ron Castro ronc at sonic.net
Sat Dec 19 13:07:19 PST 2009


I haven't tried that on N1MM, but on WinTest, which I use on a different 
computer on my LAN from the one CW Skimmer runs on, I simply set the DX 
Cluster "Host/IP" to the IP address of the Skimmer computer and the Port to 
7300.  The port on Skimmer I think is set to 7300 by default.  I then tell 
the WinTest cluster software to connect to "N6IE" and the whole system then 
works exactly like a packet network spotting cluster.  Log on with your call 
sign, type "SH/DX" and you'll see spots from Skimmer.

            Ron  N6IE

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Clive Whelan" <clive.whelan at btinternet.com>
To: <skimmertalk at contesting.com>
Sent: Saturday, December 19, 2009 12:15 PM
Subject: [Skimmertalk] Skimmer and Perseus

> After a long wait v2.1 of Perseus and 1.5 of CW Skimmer has finally
> enabled the combo. tbh I've only just got it going, but the performance
> on 40m in the 9A contest looks astounding. Clearly I don't know how to
> drive it as yet and certainly don't know how to send the spots to the
> bandmap in N1MM .which would be really nice to try. I assume this is via
> a telnet port and I see that the default in Skimmer is port 7300, which
> doesn't work otherwise I wouldn't be asking the question.
> So please excuse me if this is a pdq from a Skimmer virgin, but what
> telnet port should I set to have the spots populate the N1MM bandmap?
> tia
> 73
> Clive
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