[Dxspider-support] GB7DJK has changed its IP address
Ian A Bultitude
ian at bultitude.org
Mon Sep 23 10:02:12 BST 2002
Hi Dirk & All,
Thank you for the info, however, since in my case at lease the spider is protected by a firewall. Unfortunately, it is not possible
to use the host name since the DNS services are not functional by the time the firewall starts.
May I therefore request that you advise us of the change as soon as possible so that corrections may be made quickly.
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From: dxspider-support-admin at dxcluster.org
[mailto:dxspider-support-admin at dxcluster.org]On Behalf Of Dirk Koopman
Sent: Sunday, September 22, 2002 9:23 PM
Subject: [Dxspider-support] GB7DJK has changed its IP address
Subject says it all really.
GB7DJK.dxcluster.net (the official address) has moved. Please update
your connect scripts (and, if possible, please use the dns name not the
IP address as it may change again fairly soon).
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