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Real-Time Monitor for Repeater - VK2RTZ: IRLP / Echolink

You must have a Java enabled browswer

The RED marker on the map is the repeater  (VK2RTZ). If there is an active IRLP connection,
the location of the connected node/repeater will be shown in a GREEN marker.
 Either marker will display a Yellow Dot when that node is transmitting.

By clicking on "Info" it will give the distance between the repeater
and the node it is connected too.

 Click here for Active IRLP Nodes               Click here for Active Echolink Nodes




Is your Real-Time Plug-in NOT working?

   You need to have Java installed on your computer. If you don't have Java installed go to:
download the file and after download install it. Restart your browser.

If you still have problems:

Follow these instructions to enable Java though your Web browser.


Browsers for Windows

Internet Explorer
  1. Click Tools and then Internet Options
  2. Select the Security tab, and select the Custom Level button
  3. Scroll down to Scripting of Java applets
  4. Make sure the Enable radio button is checked
  5. Click OK to save your preference
  1. Enter about:plugins in the search field.
  2. In the Plug-ins list, look for Java and check whether Java is enabled (if the Disable link appears, Java is already enabled)
  3. Click on the Enable link (if available)
  4. (Optional) Check the Always allowed box to stop additional Chrome warnings when running Java content

Browsers for Windows and Mac OS X

  1. Open the Firefox browser or restart it, if it is already running
  2. From the Firefox menu, select Tools, then click the Add-ons option
  3. In the Add-ons Manager window, select Plugins
  4. Click Java (TM) Platform plugin (Windows) or Java Applet Plug-in (Mac OS X) to select it
  5. Check that the option selected is Ask to Activate or Always Activate or on older Firefox versions, click on the Enable button (if the button says Disable, Java is already enabled)
  1. Click on Safari and select Preferences
  2. Choose the Security option
  3. Select Allow Plug-ins, then click on Manage Website Settings
  4. Click on the Java item, select an option (Ask, Allow or Allow Always) from the pulldown list When visiting other websites
  5. Click Done, then close the Safari Preferences window
Opera 4.x and Up
  1. Opera for Windows does not use Java, but an embedded version already inside the Opera Web browser.
  2. Opera for other platforms may supports Java . Please consult your Opera platform documentation.
  3. For further information, please review the following Opera Support article:
    Support for Java software in Opera


We are BETA Testing the Monitoring Program, not all the options are available
yet, but will be added soon.


 Westlakes Club News  VK2ATZ broadcast Sunday's 9.00hrs on the VK2LGW Simplex Channel on 146.775MHz
Westlakes Amateur Radio Club Inc. York Street, Teralba NSW