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EESDR3 telnet clusters? 20 Nov 2021 23:36 #1

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I've been looking around EESDR3 but cannot seem to find where you enter the telnet clusters information. I see that there is the button to clear all spots but not the place to enter the spots. Has this been implemented yet?
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EESDR3 telnet clusters? 21 Nov 2021 00:14 #2

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danielwee wrote:
I've been looking around EESDR3 but cannot seem to find where you enter the telnet clusters information. I see that there is the button to clear all spots but not the place to enter the spots. Has this been implemented yet?

No Telenet in V3 , however you can post telnet sports or spots from other logging and skimmer clients as long as you enable the correct UDP port those programs use.

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EESDR3 telnet clusters? 21 Nov 2021 00:15 #3

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danielwee wrote:
I've been looking around EESDR3 but cannot seem to find where you enter the telnet clusters information. I see that there is the button to clear all spots but not the place to enter the spots. Has this been implemented yet?

No Telnet in V3 , however you can post telnet sports or spots from other logging and skimmer clients as long as you enable the correct UDP port those programs use.

broadcastdata.jpg
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EESDR3 telnet clusters? 21 Nov 2021 01:29 #4

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Thanks Rick.Guess I'll look into how to get that working - we're spoiled by the convenience offered by EESDR2.
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EESDR3 telnet clusters? 21 Nov 2021 04:41 #5

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I'm looking at that option to broadcast data - I don't know if that is for receiving spots. I was under the impression that that broadcast is to allow TCI clients to do a callback when they know that the TCI server is up. Are you saying that these ports will accept spots posted from some other source? I'm looking for any way to send the spots to EESDR3. The button to "Delete all spots" seems to suggest that there is a way to display such spots (thus necessitating the delete button). I just need to know if EESDR3 will act as such a server. Thanks.
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EESDR3 telnet clusters? 21 Nov 2021 11:48 #6

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Yes

I have been using it for collecting and showing spots
I use SDC for my Telnet options as in SDC you can add multiple telnet servers to pull spots

I also set SDC to then display those spots in, LogHX, Swiss, Log 5M contest, Log4OM and AClog, (also use the port defined in SDC
and then they show spots on the V3 Pan adapter


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in LogHX for example I then use a telnet of localhost loopback address) and the port number in my case via SDC 7375
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EESDR3 telnet clusters? 21 Nov 2021 13:24 #7

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Thanks Rick - that's exactly what I am looking for. I'll go fiddle with it some more.
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EESDR3 telnet clusters? 21 Nov 2021 13:47 #8

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UPDATE: I am getting the spots!! But the text is black in colour and that was why I was not seeing it. Just need to fix the colour now.

I've my setup like this (below) but not quite seeing the spots on the spectrum yet. I'm assuming that in the Broadcast data, the first number is for the TCP and the second number for the UDP, so I've set those as the ports in the callback settings in SDC's TCI tab.

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EESDR3 telnet clusters? 21 Nov 2021 13:56 #9

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Hello Daniel

You can click the COLOR option for each of the Telenet servers - and select a color for that server

or perhaps your logger if you're using one and have spots set to report too it, many have a color code option, to adjust the coloring for spots as well

If you look back at picture, I attached for N1MM options I use the settings in SDC, for the other loggers they color code according to what have set for that logger/spot reporting

Also, I had an issue awhile back, when i tried a similar setup as you with the PORT reporting in SDC, if you look your port for SDC reporting is the same as your first SDC Telnet server - I changed my SDC reporting Port to 7375 and that seemed to resolve things- but perhaps it was with sending and reporting data between the loggers as well as callback to EESDR
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