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==Update as of 2019/01/26==
 
==Update as of 2019/01/26==
There are a couple of browers that still support Java. Check out [https://www.palemoon.org Pale Moon] and [http://www.seamonkey-project.org SeaMonky].  You'll still need to go through the gyrations outlined in the PDF.  
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There are a couple of browers that still support Java. Check out [https://www.palemoon.org Pale Moon] and [http://www.seamonkey-project.org SeaMonky].  You'll still need to go through the Java setup gyrations outlined in the PDF.  
  
 
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Revision as of 00:59, 27 January 2019

The Web Transceiver is a web application for using authorized AllStarLink nodes. Unfortunately, it is ancient and insecure Java software that is no longer supported. It may not work well or at all but it's the only Web AllStar client around so give it a try. The attached PDF is the sum knowledge regarding the installation of the Web Transceiver. If these don't work you may be out of luck. Viable alternatives are IAXRPT or Zoiper, provided the node owner/admin has given you access.

These setup instructions detail install and setting up Java to work with the Web Transceiver. Both Windows and Mac instructions included.

Update as of 2019/01/26

There are a couple of browers that still support Java. Check out Pale Moon and SeaMonky. You'll still need to go through the Java setup gyrations outlined in the PDF.