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Win-Test supports connection to the DX cluster either in the more modern approach of connecting via the Internet (and subsequently telnet) or by using a TNC (and subsequently packet radio/AX.25). <br> Win-Test treats both methods quite differently and thus instructions have been separated <span class="plainlinks">[http://www.diamondlinks.net <span style="color:black;font-weight:normal; text-decoration:none!important; background:none!important; text-decoration:none;">link building service</span>] into two:
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Win-Test supports connection to the DX cluster either in the more modern approach of connecting via the Internet (and subsequently telnet) or by using a TNC (and subsequently packet radio/AX.25). <br> Win-Test treats both methods quite differently and thus instructions have been separated into two:
  
 
* [[DX_Cluster/Telnet|Connecting via telnet]]
 
* [[DX_Cluster/Telnet|Connecting via telnet]]
 
* [[DX_Cluster/Packet|Connecting via packet radio/TNC]]
 
* [[DX_Cluster/Packet|Connecting via packet radio/TNC]]

Latest revision as of 07:33, 13 August 2011

Win-Test supports connection to the DX cluster either in the more modern approach of connecting via the Internet (and subsequently telnet) or by using a TNC (and subsequently packet radio/AX.25).
Win-Test treats both methods quite differently and thus instructions have been separated into two: