Re: CWOP notice
- Thank you Bob ,all is ok i see about the #3 link
Best regards from Greece
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "RS Moreland"
> Hi Dimitris,
> I also received the letter, all CWOP members did.
> Mr WUHU has corrected all this in this software and should not be
> problem for you.all
> You can check this by using the link in refered to in #3 of the
> letter to make sure your data is going to the correct servers.
> Regards, Bob
> --- In email@example.com, "petros0022"
> <petros0022@> wrote:
> > Hello from Greece .
> > Today i receiver a mail from CWOP and it say this .
> > I must to do something about it ?? because i do not understand
> > nery goodunexpected
> > Thank you
> > Best regards from Greece
> > Dimitris
> > http://www.geocities.com/meteo19671967
> > A Message to all registered members of CWOP,
> > CWOP has grown far beyond the original expectations. This
> > growth has placed stress on the capability of the availableinternet
> > resources. To remove that stress, we need to move some of ourdata
> > contributors to a different set of internet servers. Thenecessary
> > details for this move are given below and are also linkedweb
> under "APRS
> > Servers to Use" in the upper right of the main pages on the CWOP
> > site, www.cwop.net.servers
> > 1. What server should I use if my CWOP ID is CWxxxx or DWxxxx?
> > - Use a server designator of "cwop.aprs.net" to send to the
> > designated for CWOP use only.or
> > 2. What server should I use if my CWOP ID is APxxx, ARxxx, ASxxx
> > ATxxx?see
> > - Use a server designator of "rotate.aprs.net" or
> > "rotatewx.aprs2.net" to send to the Core servers or the Tier 2
> > servers.
> > 3. How can I check which servers I'm using?
> > - Use the CWOP Search Tool at http://www.wxqa.com/search.htm to
> > the last packet you have sent over each of the past 10 days. Ifyou
> > see "FIRST" or "CORE-2" or "THIRD", you were using one or moreof
> > the core servers. If you see any name with "T2", you were using2"
> > one or more of the Tier 2 servers. If you see "CWOP-1" or "CWOP-
> > or "CWOP-3", you were using one or more of the serversdesignated
> > for CWOP use.the
> > 4. What port should I use?
> > - Use port 14580, but if that does not work try port 23.
> > 5. How often should I send a data packet?
> > - Every 9 minutes or LESS often, i.e. 10 minutes, 11
> > minutes,.....etc.
> > 6. Any special considerations?
> > - Avoid always sending at multiples of 5 minutes from the top of
> > hour.CWOP
> > Any changes to the CWOP recommendations will be posted to the
> > news page which is linked from the upper left of the main CWOPweb
> > pages. If you have any questions, let us know by sending them to
> > russ at wxqa dot com and/or dave at wxqa dot info.
> > Thanks again for contributing your data!
> > Russ