DMR Northern Cluster

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DMR Northern Cluster

Postby k40 » 28 May 2016, 04:44

No ones posted this so I decided to post it, another chapter in the DMR saga

http://www.northerndmrcluster.com/

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Re: DMR Northern Cluster

Postby Admiral » 28 May 2016, 07:18

Good for them, I still think keepers need to unplug from the internet, this looks more like a LAN even though it probably uses the net to link.
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Re: DMR Northern Cluster

Postby LeakyFeeder » 28 May 2016, 12:15

Dont use DMR anymore round my way (Yorkshire).. Had me fill of all the childish nonsense... Only use it over PN n HM country and when im off roading for secure comms..

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Re: DMR Northern Cluster

Postby k40 » 06 Jun 2016, 18:03

All back on Phoenix now so I've heard

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Re: DMR Northern Cluster

Postby StuckOnFusion » 08 Jun 2016, 19:09

Is actually back connected to the DMARC network and as the Phoenix network connects through the same, chatter is possible between the Phoenix Network and the Northern Cluster :)


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