The VK5RSV-3 and VK5LEX-3 BBS's & Packet Nodes
We are in the process of setting up a Adelaide Packet Local Area Network (LAN), with VK5RSV-3 located at Seaford in the Southern Suburbs and the other, VK5LEX-3 located at Modbury in the Northern Suburbs.
For more information regarding the Packet BBS and Nodes, please contact:
Frequency: 144.700 (as 0000hrs 13/11/2023) previously 147.600 MHz Simplex
Baud: 1200 baud AFSK
The future of the South Coast Amateur Radio Packet Node setup.. Including Node, BBS and Chat.
Each system has the following setup:
Software: LinBPQ (Linux)
Hardware: Raspberry Pi
Port 1: 144.700 MHz 1200bd User Port (TNC)
Port 2: Telnet Access
Port 3: AXIP (ax25 over IP Connection)
Netrom Node - multi-hop connections to numerous nodes.
FBB Mailbox - send and receive packet mail, bulletins and files.
BPQ Chat - chat server facilities via netrom nodes
DXCluster - (To be organised soon)
For a list of Node user commands ---> https://www.cantab.net/users/john.wiseman/Documents/NodeCommands.html
For a list of BBS user commands ---> https://www.cantab.net/users/john.wiseman/Documents/BBSUserCommands.html
ADLS3:VK5RSV-3} VK5RSV-3 Amateur Packet Network Node
VK5RSV Packet BBS is operated by the South Coast Amateur Radio Club Inc from Adelaide's South, South Australia.
It's service area includes all of the Southern Suburbs of Adelaide.
VK5RSV is funded solely by donations and membership subscriptions to the SCARC. If you would like to
support this service, or find our more about us, connect to the BBS task and send a message to SP SYSOP@VK5RSV
144.700 - 1200 baud (Users) [184.108.40.206 - bbs.vk5rsv.ampr.org]
VK5RSV BPQ32 FBB Packet BBS Port
ADLS3:VK5RSV-3 NET/ROM Network Node
ADLSCH:VK5RSV-4 NET/ROM Access to Chat Server
ADLSBB:VK5RSV-5 NET/ROM Access to Packet BBS
TCP/IP Node Access rsv.thadav.com:8010
TCP/IP BBS Access rsv.thadav.com:8011 (under test)
HTTP Node Access http://rsv.thadav.com:8008
This system is open for all amateurs to use. Unauthorised access prohibited under state & federal laws.
Type BBS to connect to the BBS.
Type CHAT to to CHAT server.
If you have packet equipment and wish to connect up by client or add a node, by all means.
Send message to