Back Home and My DX Cluster is Online
I just wanted to get a message out that I am back home and fixed the website. Comments are working again. If you have trouble please let me know. I am also offering my DX Spider cluster to anyone who wishes to use it. It is compatible with Log4OM and other logging programs that have DX spotting integrated in them.
DX Cluster Directory
This is a good resource for Hams looking to add a DX cluster to their software. It is the DX Cluster Directory I submitted mine to. See the link here.
Adding My DX Cluster to Log4OM
Let me show you how to add a cluster to Log4OM. It’s easy and the process is similar with other programs.
Open Log4OM. Go to Connect> Telnet Cluster. Then click on the Connection tab.
To add mine, click on NEW. Make sure you are not connected to any clusters while adding one. In the Cluster Name field type in K0PIR-2. For the Host field type in pi.k0pir.us. Put 7300 in the Port field. In the Force Callsign field add your callsign. Then click on the “disk” icon in the lower righthand corner to save it.
To add K0PIR-2 to your Active servers, just select the server K0PIR-2 in the known servers window and click on the + sign.
Click the Connect button on the top left menu and it will connect. Watch it will change tabs and you’ll see lots of texts scroll by.
You can close the Cluster Management window now and see spots from the Cluster (F8) window in the Log4OM main window.
Want to know how to use it? I’ll have a video up soon, so please subscribe to my YouTube channel.
DX Cluster Video
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