How to setup Google Maps to view IRLP Connections

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    WD0DXD
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    1. Update your google earth client to the latest version

    2. Click this link: http://www.irlp.net/setup-irlp.kml

    It will download a “network linked” kmz file from the server which will update every 2 minutes, complete with all the info for all the links and nodes.

    When using existing Google Earth, when prompted, save the changes. That way all you will have to do is open up Google Earth, and all IRLP connections will be displayed.  Yellow lines are node to node while blue are reflector connections.

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    K0YNE
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    I tried down loading the “free version” 4.3 of google earth and as i continued, i eventually got to
    credit card numbers. There is always pitfalls anymore with free down loads.
    My question is: which download is “free”?  Paul K0YNE

    #505

    WD0DXD
    Keymaster

    I tried down loading the “free version” 4.3 of google earth and as i continued, i eventually got to
    credit card numbers. There is always pitfalls anymore with free down loads.
    My question is: which download is “free”?  Paul K0YNE

    Paul,

    There should be no cost.  Call me later today and I will get in and help you.

    Allen
    KBØASQ

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    K0YNE
    Participant

    I tried down loading the “free version” 4.3 of google earth and as i continued, i eventually got to
    credit card numbers. There is always pitfalls anymore with free down loads.
    My question is: which download is “free”?  Paul K0YNE

    a new website for google earth, seems to change daily
    http://google-earth.en.softonic.com/download#pathbar
    k0yne paul hope this works?

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