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I0OJJ  > XNET     13.05.19 23:05l 28 Lines 874 Bytes #999 (0) @ WW
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From: I0OJJ@I0OJJ.ITA.EU
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SICD project Rome Italy - Msg sent by I0OJJ : 05/13/2019 21:02

Hi all XNET and node users,

from time to time, someone of you are polling my XNET
on port 93 in/out.
Now, for an effective setup of your node I need to know
your coordinates: node call, if you are usang a fixed
IP or a dynamic hostname, your e-mail, etc.
Here, there are several spare link so no problem to
rise the link for you.
But I need the above data to do it.

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73 and ciao, gustavo i0ojj/ir0aab/ir0eq
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