This code has been developed by Claudio IW1QLH.
To add your radio (server) you must create an upload account:
If you have two or more radios then use a unique server instance for each radio.
To start a specific instance from a .BAT file or from a DOS window add the argument /instance=x where x is the instance number in the range 1 to 5.
The server executable uses the GeoLite Country database from www.maxmind.com which returns the country to which the incoming IP address is assigned. This database file is embedded in the executable and cannot be changed.
For more accurate lookups the GeoLite City database is supported; you must download this yourself from www.maxmind.com .
On http://www.maxmind.com/app/geolitecity look for the CSV Format database link, the database is a ZIP archive conatining two files:
Extract these two files from the archive and save them in the folder where the remote server execuatble is located, for example on a Windows 7 64-bit system this is C:\Program Files (x86)\SDR-RADIO.com .
Now restart the remote server. You will see that more CPU resources are used while the program starts, this is due to the size of the database, often about 130MB. After the database has been loaded the CPU usage will return to normal.
When a user connects to your server you now see more detailed information, for example see this logfile.
You receive a mail with your new code, it looks like this:
Your upload code is ba7e7bb4ba
Now put HB9DRV in the Callsign or name field and ba7e7bb4ba in the Upload code field, see example below.
The upload code in the screenshot below contains f456f456fd - replace this value with the code you received in the registration e-mail.
In the radios and Soundcards pane you select the radios the remote user can select.
Select the Logfile pane, make sure On-Air Updates is enabled and wait for the next update, the text sent and response received from the central server is shown.
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