- A Supported Icom Radio (eg. ID-51 Plus 2, ID-4100)
- Port 40000 (UDP) configured in port forwarding of your router
- Icom RS-MS3A (Android) or RS-MS3W (Windows) installed
- Your callsign registered on a G3 Gateway
- The correct data cable for your radio
This guide assumes you already have already met the requirements above. I will be demoing how to connect to XLX842 as an example.
I have started adding XLX reflector interlinks on module A. I have confirmed that Icom terminal mode access works on this reflector. I have also added a page with a list of modules on the reflector.
I have setup a new reflector in the United States. It has links to XLX861 on all modules. I have also started adding XLX interlinks on this reflector as well. Icom terminal mode access on this reflector has been confirmed.
CA WEST CAN (YSF System Fusion Reflector)
I have a YSF reflector setup for use by all licensed amateur radio operators. the dashboard can be found here.
73s for now,
I have moved XRF861 to a different datacenter, so the IP has changed. I have also updated the software on the reflector so it should now have Icom Terminal Access.
I have setup an XLX reflector which is open to use by all amateur radio operators. It currently has the following modules assigned:
- A: International
- B: Canada-English
- C: Canada-French
- D: United States
- E: Alberta
If you have a suggestion for a module assignment feel free to use the contact form to suggest it.