Mi7 / Winlink RMS/Relay Network
We currently run a fleet of Winlink RMS Relay/Telnet Post Office Server instances. These instances allow Winlink clients the ability to exchange mail on our networks with out the need for connections to the main Winlink CMS servers. Each instance is meshed with all other instances via our Mi6WAN Microwave Network so clients exchanging mail will be able to have those messages exchanged with all other users no matter what instance they are using on our network.
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For more information on the Winlink system please visit the website https://winlink.org
For a windows Winlink client we recommend Winlink Express
For mac we recommend Pat
For those users without the ability to use an IP connection to winlink our Mi7 packet network handles the last mile. Using 1200baud AX.25 Packet with VHF/UHF/220 FM radios you can connect and exchange mail or access our NetROM Nodes/M7CHAT. The Mi7 Packet network is a full NetROM/BPQ enabled system to allow users to connect through out network to other nodes/stations all over the State of Michigan. We support AXIP connects to other BPQ/NetROM nodes that are not on our Mi6WAN Microwave Network but inside The State of Michigan. Some of our nodes also permit the use of Telnet access into them to allow users on our IP network access to packet. Our M7 Chat bridge allows keyboard to keyboard chat. Users connect to the node closest to them since all nodes are linked a big group chat can happen.
To access a node via telnet the port is 8010 with the username being your call-sign. To get the password please ask one of the admins or email firstname.lastname@example.org If you would like to link in via AXIP your own BPQ/NetROM node we are using the standard UDP port 10093 and AUTOMAP is enabled so you can define a few nodes and it will automatically start to exchange routes/nodes.
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