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Re: another P3T server up



Hi Maggie,

Yes, it would.  Seems simple enough (for a networking guru ;-) since the 
TCP/IP port just dumps the raw data.

Seems like a central collecting house/client could be written that would 
log into servers by request.  Something like visit a webpage, enter your IP 
address and port, and the central client (that is collecting data) would 
connect to the respective P3T server.

Too bad I can't code ;-)

73,

Mark

At 09:04 AM 11/27/00 -0500, you wrote:
>"Mark L. Hammond" wrote:
>
> > Well, I think I finally have sorted through my OS, NAT, and other things so
> > that users can finally connect to my P3T telemetry server.
>
>Sweet! Thanks, Mark.
>
>A network of earth stations gating the telemetry stream to the terrestrial
>network would be a very cool thing.
>
>  73 de Maggie KB3DXS
>
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