DXSpider Raspberry Pi 3 Configuring Partner Links

K0PIR

I'm an Amateur Radio enthusiast. I love the hobby and experimenting with radios, antennas and software. On my YouTube channel I upload videos on the Icom 7300 and Icom 7610 along with Ham radio software programs. I hope to inspire people to try new things in Amateur Radio.

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Tony
5 years ago

Hello Richard good day
I already managed to install the DXSpider on my raspberry, with its manual
And it works fine, but I can add it as a node to
ea4fit-2.ddns.net:8000
Thanks Greetings from Tony EA4FIT

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Darren, K0SZ
4 years ago

I’m waiting for someone to give me partner link info, any ideas?

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Darren, K0SZ
4 years ago
Reply to  K0PIR

Rich, I did send the email to the support list although I didn’t include my node or port as I wasn’t sure if it would be right. I named it K0SZ-1 so would my node info I send out be dxc.k0sz.us on port 7300?

Forgive my ignorance I don’t understand the code for the pi this is actually my first project with it.
Thanks for your help in your site and on youtube, I appreciate guys like you being there.

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Patrick Hernaelsteen
4 years ago

Hi Rich,
I just finished installing a DXSPIDER with the explanations given on YOUTUBE. It works directly. This is not a RASPBERRY but a server hosted at OVH. The call is on5av-1.homelinux.net:7300.
I am going to see our partner at a home, but I do not know if I stay in my country, my continent or another.
Thank you for the great work.
73 Patrick ON5AV
PS: GOOGLE translation.

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EA5EN mateo
4 years ago

hello is iso DXSPIDER
TNX

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