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InterAce 1.8a SSTV

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InterAce is back up on line

Well done Larry G0KIZ and John G1YYH, a new server is up and running,

just enter the new server  InterACE: acetv.mcc.ac.uk

or maybe .... ip :86.15.241.166

 

The Internet SSTV program for use with Echolink 

You can Download Interace v1.8a here from g4xgt.co.uk

Please note if upgrading to 1.8a please delete the previous version first 

 
 
Please note the new server is now  =InterACE:     acetv.mcc.ac.uk      port 72 or 80            you will need to change this in your initial set up....           Firewall problems ?................ ports 27222 and 27223 must be open to work interace...............                 Running XP2 ?, check  "windows firewall" "exceptions" it should have interace allowed.........Dont delay join the fun today download now, its really easy
 

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LIVE ON LINE NOW ON INTERACE

THE PROGRAM CAN STILL BE DOWNLOADED AND USED (IP TO IP) USING ECHOLINK TO OBTAIN USERS IP , JUST RIGHT CLICK ON AN ONLINE STATION AND CLICK INFO TO OBTAIN THERE IP

 

what is my ip address?

Using Firewalls and Routers with InterAce

Firewalls are usually configured to allow your computer to make requests anywhere on the Internet, and receive replies.  Some programs, however, must be able to accept unsolicited data from the Internet.  InterAce is an example of such a program.  When you are connected to another station using InterAce, you and the other station take turns sending data to each other, so each station's PC must be able to receive data without having requested it.

InterAce uses TCP ports 27222 and 27223.  To use InteraAce, you must configure your router to direct all incoming data on these two ports to the PC on which InterAce is installed.  Typically, there are two ways to configure this:

  • Forwarding.  Most routers allow data on specific ports to be "forwarded" to specific computers.  If you expect to use InterAce on only one PC, configure your router to forward TCP  ports 27222 and 27223 to that computer.
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  • Routers and firewalls are manufactured by many different companies, and each has its own peculiar set of instructions for configuration.  Some newer DSL modems have routing or firewalling features built in.  For details on how to configure your router or firewall, consult the documentation that came with your device, or the company's Web site

    More help may be found here    >>>. .http://www.echolink.org/el/firewall_solutions.htm

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