Ariel Radio Group System map
This is the internal network map of the packet radio system administered by the Ariel Radio
Group in the London area.
Starting from top left and going clockwise you can see GB7BBC, a TNOS
TCP/IP BBS supported by the Linux Kernel ariel.gb7bbc. There is a
G8BPQ netrom node (G8LWS-1) inhabiting a second machine, which is also
host to an IP router, g8lws-b. This router is able to access the radio
ports controlled by the BPQ node. Netrom frames from the G8LWS-1 node
bound for GB7BBC are transported via an AXIP mechanism through g8lws-b
and the linux kernel ariel.gb7bbc.
The "machines known as" (184.108.40.206 and 2) are IP routers based on
a WA3DSP version of JNOS ("dff"), whilst g8ots is a JNOS configured
as a PMS with access to the 144.925 local TCP/IP user frequency.
Machines configured as IP routers are not equipped with TCP or UDP
servers, and consequently, are a bit difficult to connect to.
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