1) This channel is an officially
designated listen-only channel
VoIP WX Net and is digitally linked to
the Raleigh Reflector.
2) This channel is one-way, meaning any audio sent to this
reflector channel from a connected node
will be discarded.
3) Use this channel if you are not in an affected area
activation and you simply want to listen in
without passing traffic.
4) If you are in an affected area during an activation,
to the Raleigh Reflector 921 channel 9
(IRLP 9219) or the
*WX_TALK* Conference (EchoLink 7203)
Any connected node that violates policy may be either temporarily
disconnected, muted (gateways only) or blocked at a reflector team
An offending node will be temporarily disconnected on
first offence. This is normally done by blocking and then
unblocking the node from reflector access, which will effectively
disconnect the node, but allow it to reconnect. If using one of
the gateways, the node may instead be muted until the next time it
connects. If the problem was accidental, simply fix the problem and then reconnect.
If the node continues to violate policy, it will be blocked from
access on that channel. The owner of the blocked node will then
receive an email explaining the problem. The node owner must then
reply to the email explaining the situation and the steps taken to
resolve the issue in order to be unblocked.
This policy is not exclude anyone, but is to
preserve order and security within the reflector.