Commands used in CX2SA-6 DX Cluster

SHow/Announce                  Announcement list
SHow/Beam <locator>            Show azimut/distance                      
SHow/CLuster                   Short Cluster configuration
SHow/Configuration             Cluster configuration
SHow/DATAbase                  Available Databases on this cluster
SHow/Date                      See the current date
SHow/DX                        See the 5 last spots
SHow/DX/n [band] [prefix]      See the n last spots (see detailed help: ? SH/DX)
SHow/Filter                    See the DX announcement status
SHow/LANGuage                  Language list
SHow/Prefix <prefix>           Search the DXCC database
SHow/IOTA     [iota-nbr]       Search IOTAS in database SH/IOTA SA-001
SHow/MGR     [indicativo]      Search a station manager database
SHow/QSL     [callsign]        Search a QSL manager database.
SHow/STation <callsign>        Display information for the station call
SHow/SUnrise <callsign>        Show sunrise
SHow/Time                      Show the current time
SHow/Users                     Local cluster configuration
SHow/USERCmd                   Display the commands executed at loging
SHow/WCY                       Show WCY spots.
SHow/WWFilter                  Show your WW filter status
SHow/WWV                       Display WWV propagation information 
SET/BEep [d] [a] [t] [l] [w]   Enable BEEP alerts
SET/DX_announcements           Enable the DX announcements
SET/Filter <...>               Enable a DX announcement filter 
SET/Here                       You're here
SET/NOHere                     You're away
SET/HOME <cluster_call>        Set your home cluster
SET/LANGuage <num_language>    Set the language (see sh/lang)
SET/LOCator <locator>          Set your locator
SET/LOGIn                      Enable login/logout messages 
SET/NAME <name>                Set your first name
SET/NOBeep [d] [a] [t] [l] [w] Disable BEEP alerts
SET/NODX_announcements         Disable the DX announcements
SET/NOFilter                   Disable the DX announcement filter
SET/NOLogin                    Disable login/logout messages
SET/NOWwfilter                 Disable the WW annoucements feature
SET/QTH <city>                 Set your QTH
SET/USERCmd                    Set the commands which are executed at login 
SET/WWFilter <area>            Set the DX/WWV/spots (NA SA EU AS OC AF)
Announce <msg>                 Send a local announcement
Announce/Full <msg>            Send a cluster-wide announcement
Bye (or Quit)                  Quit
CONFerence                     Enter the local conference
CONFerence/Full                Enter the cluster-wide conference
CONVert/L2C                    Convert a locator to coordinates
CONVert/C2L                    Convert coordinates to a locator 
DX <freq> <dxcall> [comments]  Send a DX spot [freq is in Khz]
EU                             Edit user information
Information                    Display the informations about the server
Kill <#>                       Kill a message
List                           Show the new messages
LL <#>                         Show the last # messages
LM                             Show the whole message addressed to me
LN                             Show the new mail messages addresed to me
L> <recipient>                 Show all messages addressed to <recipient>
L< <sender>                    Show all messages sent by <sender>
LS <title>                     Show all message containing <title> in title
Read <#>                       Read a message
Send <callsign>[@cluster]      Send a message
Talk [callsign]                Send a break message to [callsign]
WWV <SFI> <A> <K> [comments]   Send a WWV propagation information
Other Help:
Access to Databases:           Enter ? BASE for help on the Databases
Messaging commands:            Enter ? MSG for help on the messaging commands.
You can obtain a detailed help about any command by typing:
? [cmd] (example: ? SH/DX or ? SH for extra help on all SH/xxx)
A command can be shortened by using only the letters shown in capital.
:SET/BEEP
Syntax : SET/BEEP [Dx] [Annouce] [Talk] [Login] [wwv|wcy]
With no argument, SET/BEEP enable BEEP for all annoucements.
It is alsopossible to specify the annoucements which you want to enable BEEP
for.
Example : SET/BEEP dx talk will enable BEEP for both DX and TALK annoucements
See also : SET/NOBEEP
:SET/NOBEEP
Syntax : SET/NOBEEP [Dx] [Annouce] [Talk] [Login] [wwv|wcy]
With no argument, SET/NOBEEP disable BEEP for all annoucements.
It is also possible to specify the annoucements which you want to disable BEEP
for.
Example: SET/NOBEEP dx talk will disable BEEP for both DX and TALK annoucements
See also : SET/BEEP
:A
Syntax : A [msg] (cr)
Send a local announcement:
(sends [msg] to the local users).
See also the command: A/F
:Announce
Syntax : A [msg] (cr)
Send a local announcement:
(sends [msg] to the local users).
See also the command: A/F
:A/F
Syntax : A/F [msg] (cr)
If /F is added to A, this command sends the [msg] to all
the users actually connected to the cluster network.
:SET/H
Syntax : SET/H (cr)
This command informs the other users that you are back in the shack.
It should be used AFTER a SET/NOHere has been sent. Your callsign
will now display normally without brackets to the other users.
See also the command: SET/NOH
:SET/HERE
Syntax : SET/Here (cr)
This command informs the other users that you are back in the shack.
It should  be used  AFTER a SET/NOHere has been sent.  Your callsign
will now display normally without brackets to the other users.
See also the command: SET/NOH
:SET/FILTER
Syntax : SET/FILTER <band|all|vlf|hf|vhf|uhf|shf|all|ssb|cw|rtty> <...> ...
This command is used to maintain what DX announcements are allowed for
each user.
DxFiltering is done by the user. Filtering may be done by mode (CW, SBB
or RTTY), and band : 2km, 160m, 80m, ..., 1cm, 6mm.
Some special properties are available :
    VLF = 2km
    HF  = 160m 80m 40m 30m 20m 17m 15m 12m 10m
    VHF = 6m 4m 2m 135cm
    UHF = 70cm 34cm 23cm 13cm
    SHF = 5cm 3cm 1cm 6mm (even if I know that neither 1cm not 6mm are SHF ...)
    all = all bands, all modes
If you precede the property with an exclamation mark (!), it removes the
property from the filter.
Examples :
Assuming that the filter feature is disable, if you issue the following
command sequence :
  SET/FILTER HF SSB      : You'll receive only HF spots in SSB segment
  SET/FILTER !80m        : 80m meters spots will be rejected
  SET/FILTER VHF UHF SHF : Add VHF, UHF and SHF bands to the filter
If you want to receive VHF, UHF and SHF bands only :
  SET/FILTER VHF UHF SHF     or     SET/FILTER ALL !VLF !HF
SET/FILTER with no argument shows the current filter status.
:SET/NOH
Syntax : SET/NOH (cr)
This command informs the other users that you are NOT in the shack.
It should be used if you are not available. From then on, your call
will display in brackets (call) to the other users.
See also the command: SET/H
:SET/HOME
Syntax : SET/HOME [call]
This command allows you to enter your home cluster. This information
will be used to determine the  routing when forwarding your  private
messages. It will be broadcasted to the cluster network.
:SET/LOCATION
Syntax : SET/LOCATION [lat/long]
This command allows you to inform the cluster with your geographic
position. It will be broadcasted to the cluster network.
:SET/NAME
Syntax : SET/NAME [prenom]
This command allows you to inform the cluster with your name. It will
be broadcasted on the cluster  network to maintain the users database
on each cluster node.
:SET/QTH
Syntax : SET/QTH [qth]
This command allows you to inform the cluster with your QTH. It will
be broadcasted on the cluster network to maintain the users database
on each cluster node.
:SET
SET/Here                       You are HERE
SET/HOME     [cluster_call]    Definition of your home cluster
SET/LANGuage [num_language]    Selection of your language (see sh/lang)
SET/LOCAtor  [locator]         Definition of your locator
SET/NAME     [name]            Definition of your name
SET/NOHere                     You are NOT HERE
SET/QTH      [qth_city]        Definition of your QTH city
:DX
Syntax : DX [freq] [call] [comments] (cr)
This command sends a DX SPOT to all the cluster users.
   [freq]     : Frequency in kilohertz of the DX
   [call]     : Callsign of the DX station
   [comment]  : Short comment eventually
   Example    : DX 14205.3 FM5CD weak. qsl via bureau (cr)
See also the command SH/DX to see the last dx spots.
:SH/DX
Syntax : SH/DX/#n [band] [prefix]
This command displays the liste of the #n last spots.
The band and/or the prefix may also be specified.
The default value of (#n) is 5
Example:
         SH/DX      (5  last DX spots)
         SH/DX/10   (10 last DX spots)
         SH/DX 40   (5  last DX spots on the 40m band)
         SH/DX 2 PA (5  last DX spots with PA stations on the 2m band)
:SH/DXCC
This command interrogates the DXCC database and returns an
information  on specified  DX (a prefix must be specified)
** Display of a specific DX :
   Syntax : SH/DXCC <two_letters_prefix>   Example: SH/DXCC CN
** Display of a prefix group or sub-group :
   Syntax : SH/DXCC <group>                Example: SH/DXCC T
   Syntax : SH/DXCC <sub-group>            Example: SH/DXCC H-1
The largest groups are divided into sub-groups such as (C,C-1,F,F-1)
Callsigns     A,B,C,C-1,D,E,F,F-1,G,H,H-1,I,J,K,K-1,L,O,P,S,T,T-1,
groups        U,U-1,V,V-1,V-2,V-3,X,Y,Z,Z-1,1,3,4,5,6,7,8,9
Index of the  C   = C2-CE  H   = H4-HI   T   = T2-TI  V   = V2-VE
Sub-groups    C-1 = CO-CY  H-1 = HK-HZ   T-1 = TJ-TZ  V-1 = VK-VK0
              F   = F -FM  K   = K -KH5  U   = UA-UH  V-2 = VP-VP8
              F-1 = FO-FY  K-1 = KH6-KP  U-1 = UI-UR  V-3 = VP9-VU
              Z   = Z2-ZK  Z-1 = ZL-ZS
If the returned information contains this note: _____(50)_____
the command SH/DXCC <NOTE#> will display the extra information.
Example: SH/DXCC NOTE50
Other derived commands :
              SH/DXCC DEL  (countries deleted from the DXCC list)
              SH/DXCC ALL  (list of the DXCC countries) 
              SH/DXCC INFO (list of the DXCC database commands)
:SH/IOTA
Syntax : SH/IOTA [iota-nbr] (cr)
This command interrogates the IOTA (Islands On The Air) database
and returns the information about the specified Island.
Warning: Only 3 digits IOTA numbers are accepted!
         To obtain a list of the IOTA lands, enter SH/IOTA NOTE
Example: SH/IOTA EU-001
:SH/VER
Syntax : SH/VER (cr) or SH/VER [call] (cr)
This command displays the version number of the DxNet Cluster
Example:   Version number of KI5GF is 4137 (DxNet V1.37)
:SH/U
Syntax : SH/U [call] (cr)
If no callsign is mentionned, this command returns the list
of the users locally connected to the cluster.
Otherwise, the user profile of [call] is returned (name, qth, ...)
:SH/QSL
Syntax : SH/QSL [call] (cr)
This command interrogates the QSL database and returns the QSL
information about the specified call (if available).
Example:   SH/QSL 9A1A
:SH/CONF
Syntaxe : SH/CONF (cr)
This command displays the cluster network configuration.
:SH/CL
Syntax : SH/CL (cr)
This command displays the number of users and clusters
actually connected on the network.
:SH
SHow/Announce                  Announcement list
SHow/BAse or /DATAbase         Available Databases on this cluster
SHow/CLuster                   Short cluster configuration
SHow/Configuration             Cluster configuration
SHow/DX                        See the 5 last spots.
SHow/DX/n [band] [prefix]      See the n last spots (see detailed help:? SH/DX)
SHow/LANGuage                  Language list
SHow/Users                     Local cluster configuration
SHow/QSL     [call]            Interrogate the QSL manager database.
SHow/WWV                       Display of the 5 last WWV spots.
SHow/WWV     [n]               Display of the n last WWV spots.
:BASE
Summary of the Databases commands:
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SHow/QSL     [call]            Interrogate the QSL manager database.
SHow/WWV                       Display of the 5 last WWV spots.
SHow/WWV     [n]               Display of the n last WWV spots.
:TALK
Syntax 1 : T [call] [message] (cr)
Syntax 2 : T [call] (cr) (without message)
1. Sends a [message] to [call] (maximum one line)
   Note: [call] must be connected to the cluster network.
   Example: T KI5GF Hi Steve, How is DX this afternoon? (cr)
2. Used to enter in permanent talk (chat) mode with another user.
   Everything will be sent to [call] until Ctrl-Z or /EX is sent.
   Example: T KI5GF (cr) (Enter "TALK" mode--exit with ctrl-Z or /EXit)
3. Used to address a message to [call] on DxCluster [nodecall] configured
   with limited protocol (the users informations are not transmitted).
   Exemple: T W5SS > KA5SWK Hi Chuck, How's DX in Austin? (cr)
:T
Syntax 1 : T [call] [message] (cr)
Syntax 2 : T [call] (cr) (without message)
Syntax 3 : T [call] > [nodecall] [msg] (cr)
1. Sends a [message] to [call] (maximum one line)
   Note: [call] must be connected to the cluster network.
   Example: T KI5GF Hi Steve, How is DX this afternoon? (cr)
2. Used to enter in permanent talk (chat) mode with another user.
   Everything will be sent to [call] until Ctrl-Z or /EX is sent.
   Example: T KI5GF (cr) (Enter "TALK" mode--exit with ctrl-Z or /EXit)
3. Used to address a message to [call] on DxCluster [nodecall] configured
   with limited protocol (the users informations are not transmitted).
   Exemple: T W5SS > KA5SWK Hi Chuck, How's DX in Austin? (cr)
:MSG
List of the Cluster messaging commands:
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  L  - List [n1-n2] Display the title of the info messages
  S  - Send [Destination] [@ Route][< Sender][$ BID][+ File_name]
  R  - Read [#n]  Read the message #n
  K  - Kill [#n]  Kill the message #n
Detailed help is available. Enter ? followed by a letter (? L, S, R or K)
:L
List message
  - List [n1-n2] This command shows the message titles of the news.
                 The optionnal parameters n1-n2 allows to show the
                 headers from the message #n1 and #n2.
  - LL <#n>      List of the last #n message titles.
  - LN           List of the new messages titles sent to you.
  - LM           List of the messages titles sent to you.
:S
Send message
  - Send <Recipient> [@ Route] [< Sender] [$ BID] [+ FILENAME]
    This command sends a mail to <Recipient>.
    The other parameters are optionnal :
  - [@ Route]    specifies the cluster on which the msg will be forwarded
  - [< Sender]   specifies the callsign of the sender;
  - [$ BID]      specifies the BID number (unused yet);
  - [+ FILENAME] specifies the file name (unused yet).
    Both commands SP or SB are supported as well.
:R
Read message
  - Read <#n>    This command is used to read the message #n.
:K
Kill message
  - Kill <#n>    This command is used to kill the message #n.
:List
List message
  - List [n1-n2] This command shows the message titles of the news.
                 The optionnal parameters n1-n2 allows to show the
                 headers from the message #n1 and #n2.
  - LL <#n>      List of the last #n message titles.
  - LN           List of the new messages titles sent to you.
  - LM           List of the messages titles sent to you.
:END

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