Hurricane watch DORIAN Watch NET on NA5B WebSDR

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  1. NA5B

    NA5B Ham Member QRZ Page

    Hello all. This is NA5B, Mehmet.
    For those who does not have their HF up and running there is an alternative way to listen to the Hurricane Watch NET for Dorian which is going to hit Florida and east coast states following days this coming week.
    Here is a link for WebSDR server which I have been running for some years, 24/7 basis in Washington DC area.
    Best reagrds

    Hurricane watch net DORIAN 40 meter:
    Hurricane watch net DORIAN 20 meter:
    Main WebSDR server :
  2. K6CPO

    K6CPO Ham Member QRZ Page

    All the models say Dorian will turn east and slide up the eastern seaboard somewhere about 20 miles offshore.
  3. K6CLS

    K6CLS Ham Member QRZ Page

    darn, time outs connecting to
  4. NA5B

    NA5B Ham Member QRZ Page

    There is no time out in NA5B WebSDR nor number of user connection limiter. The server and fiber optic connection will allow more than 500 users connected simultaneously.
    Try to clean your cookies or another internet browser.
  5. K6CLS

    K6CLS Ham Member QRZ Page

    unfortunately I'm on a public wifi, so dunno if they are blocking high ports or whatever. wireshark shows browser's SYN packets going out, nothing comes back. retransmitted SYN, etc. hmm... SSH also seems to ber blocked. ok I suspect the BOFH trying to keep the network clean. Ill try again later. thanks!
  6. NA5B

    NA5B Ham Member QRZ Page

    That's a possibility. It is true that some providers block certain single or group ports. You must be using a connection like that. Take care and good luck. 73
  7. K7JOE

    K7JOE Ham Member QRZ Page

    NCS are a bunch of wind bags. They need to talk a whole lot less and listen a whole lot more. Silence is golden.
  8. KC7TWS

    KC7TWS Ham Member QRZ Page

    I got it up first try. Bookmarked. Thanks for the link!!
  9. N1NA

    N1NA Subscriber QRZ Page

    I am in southwest Florida, and it appears that we have been spared, with good communications from out ARES (Called ALERT in Lee County). Seeing devastation in Marsh Harbor, Bahamas, brings tears to my eyes. Did my Advanced dive certification there and the locals were warm and friendly.
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