GB7CIP Amateur Radio International Gateway.

Mail forwarding over AX25, NetRom, IP and SMTP  via HF PACTOR over
Amateur Radio Short Wave bands, VHF, UHF, amprnet wireless and internet links.

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The following GB7CIP services have been provided and supported via the amprnet since 2000.
Using the standard Unix/Linux applications and Networking infrastructure
  • DNS Domain Name Server(amprnet)
  • Convers World Wide Chat Server, standard and IRC(Internet Relay Chat using Xchat Client) linked to the amprnet.
  • Anonymous FTP (passive), NTP TIME,
  • HTTP Web services
  • NNTP amprnet  NetworkNews Group articles
  • POP3 Mail, SMTP Mail eXchange Switch
  • AX25 <> TCP/IP amprnet <> AX25 mail and newsgroups gateway
  • XFBB Server telnet to port 6300 for user access and AX25 forwarding over TCP/IP also available from the Internet 6300 or 6300
    60+ forwarding partners over AX25, TCPIP and HF PACTOR
  • XFBB Server pop3 and NNTP service.
    You can now use your Thunderbird or other mail/news client, to access and read, post your ax25 mail and bulletins using standard Internet applications. Liaise with g4apl for port service details.
  • Linux_uronode access from the Internet 6301 or 6301
  • AXIP and AXUDP links (AX25 over TCP/IP via amprnet and Internet)
    31 active internet tunneled links
  • Firewall services
  • DXCluster rebroadcast service - To allow you to use you Kenwood TS2000e Packet Cluster Tune facility.
    Part time service on request via gb7cip-5 node command.
    Please contact SysOp G4APL to activate on the required 70cm Interface.