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    Diabolix

    Diabolix Node

    The AirFiber link is back online, it is now linking from LO to Ironman.

    Signals and capacity has increased with the move. Aquarat has some photos which he can maybe post :)

    Thanks to the...

    Diabolix Today, 08:41 Go to last post
    MDE

    WIND OpenID removal

    I'm still getting redirected to openid?

    Aquarat- sent you PM.

    MDE Today, 07:23 Go to last post
    tj007

    WIND OpenID removal

    thank u good sir

    tj007 Today, 06:42 Go to last post
    TipSide

    WIND OpenID removal

    Awesome! Im really happy with this change, and i thank you for all the work!

    TipSide Today, 06:04 Go to last post
    omen

    Pluto

    Thanks for the feedback guys.
    I dont know if its just me but I detect no ssid for Pluto1 or pluto4.
    I see ganymede1 and even drakcore1 but no Pluto.

    Made contact with Rellik and Diabolix a while...

    omen Today, 01:05 Go to last post
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