Practice

In order for you to be familiar with the runner database command set and to discover any bugs in the system, the database is available well prior to the race with practice data.

The test system can be accessed either via the PEAK radio packet node on Ensign Peak or via a telnet connection to w100.ke7bme.com, port 8010.

Via packet radio to PEAK:

cmd:c peak 
cmd:*** CONNECTED to PEAK 
c race
PEAK:KD0J-10} Connected to RACE:KD0J-7
Connected to Wasatch 100 Database, Compiled 7/4/2019
Sysop Status Messages
Welcome to the 2019 Wasatch 100 test system

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Via telnet to w100.ke7bme.com, port 8010:
If you need a user name and password, send an email to comments@wasatch100.com with your name, call sign, and aid station.

kirk@kirk-HP-8300:~$ telnet
telnet> set crlf
Will send carriage returns as telnet <CR><LF>.
telnet> o w100.ke7bme.com 8010
Trying 104.254.202.171…
Connected to w100.ke7bme.com.
Escape character is ‘^]’.
user:xxxxx
password:
WASATCH 100 Telnet Server
To connect to database type “c race”

c race
RACERE:KE7BME-3} Connected to RACE:KD0J-7
Connected to Wasatch 100 Database, Compiled 7/4/2019
Sysop Status Messages
Welcome to the 2019 Wasatch 100 test system

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After you are connected to the system, you may remain connected as long as you like. Twenty stations can be simultaneously connected, so you are not keeping others from using it by staying connected for long periods of time. Please try all of the commands and inputs.  There is a portion of the database from the previous year race loaded in the system so that you may make inquiries and requests. Please take the time to practice data entry.

The practice setup will be taken down the day before the race and the actual database will be available after the race starts on Friday morning.