Rocky Mountain EchoLink Conference Server NOW ONLINE
- Hi everyone:Since I currently can't really use EchoLink as a PC user anymore (mic jack on the sound card is messed up) and I doubt I'll ever get it fixed before I get my RF Link up and running (which will most likely be the time I get the card replaced with a newer SoundBlaster I have :-)), I figured the LEAST I could do was give up a little bandwidth by running a Conference Server.As such, you should see (at least I *hope* you do!) the *ROCKYMTN* Conference Server in your list of servers. It is run by me off my cable modem on the same computer I do everything else on (including running the Rocky Mountain eQSO Server). It is there for your use. NETS ARE ENCOURAGED!!! If you have an idea for a net, drop me a line at kb0oxd@... (this is the most reliable of the two addresses I have) and we can make arrangements. :-)Lenny, you can add BOTH of my servers on EchoLink and (if needed) eQSO to your growing list of servers for the Special 9/11 Commemorative Net. I will do what I can to ensure that as much bandwidth as possible is freed up (my upstream bandwidth is 256K). Contact me at the address above if you have any further needs. :-).In the meantime....Cheers for now & 73 everyone :-)Patrick Cook, KB0OXD
KB0OXD CyberShack Webmaster
Owner - EchoLink Node 19905
Rocky Mountain eQSO Conference Server - milehigh.dns2go.com (Port 10024)
Co-Moderator - ARAAN (Amateur Radio AMBER Alert Network) Discussion Group
Denver, Colorado USA Grid Square - DM79
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