Re: an analysis of Remote Beacon Network (RBN) spots and their impact on SpotCollector's performance
I'm inclined to agree
with Jon. The evidence suggests that it's not a really serious
problem - at this moment, we only have 179 users connected to
our CW/RTTY Telnet port, and considering the number of DX
clusters that carry RBN spots, that's not out of line. So long
as DXlab doesn't actively encourage connecting directly to the
RBN, I think the problem is manageable.
73, Pete N4ZR Check out the new Reverse Beacon Network web server at <http://beta.reversebeacon.net>. For spots, please use your favorite "retail" DX cluster.
On 12/29/2021 10:27 AM, Jon KM8V wrote:
> 1. refuse to directly connect to telnet.reversebeacon.net as a spot source I really wish you wouldn't do this. Perhaps make it a warning, or provide some override option. I don't need nanny software stopping me from doing something that maybe "shouldn't be done". 73 de KM8V Jon